Great for up to four guests, these staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests. Because these are mid-ship staterooms, you'll have easy access to everything fun and exciting on board.
Small but functional. Also very quiet room, we were never disturbed at any time by outside noise. The hum of the engines at night were subtle and really helped put me to sleep. Bathroom and shower area very pleasantly larger than I expected. Bed was comfortable and firm. Very dark at night with no lights, great for sleeping, but you may want to bring a night lite or leave bathroom light on during the night to move around the cabin if you must. Not the most luxurious room available but we chose this because of the price and the fact that we didn't plan on spending much time there anyway. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very small with little space for sitting around. Person sleeping on right side had difficultly getting in and out of bad due to pull down overhead bunk and corner table. the bathroom was quite spacious however lacked cupboards to store toiletries. The bed was very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
The Housekeeping staff were terrific. We did an inside cabin so we could get the Unlimited Drink Package. I would have liked to have had a window but we saved so much on the Drinks. Read entire member review >>
Very tiny cabin. Did have adequate storage, but the bed was not comfortable and needs to be replaced. It was suppose to be quiet due to the fact that there are storage closets around it that are only used during the day, but that was not true and at times was noisy during the night. Read entire member review >>
Not what is pictured on the website by any stretch of the imagination. The sheets had blood spots on them on two separate occasions. The television (which got a lot of use on our trip due to poor weather conditions; not something NCL can be blamed for) not only cut out frequently, but was cloudy and the variety of things to watch was terrible. Our room was only made up three times on a seven night cruise and, as silly as it sounds, we only got one towel animal the entire trip. Our steward introduced herself on the first day and we never saw her again. Read entire member review >>
Our attendant Buyung, Adi was very polite, hardworking and made sure we are comfortable, he diligently worked and made those animals and our room was kept very clean. We are very happy about the cabin. Read entire member review >>
Our inside cabins were tiny. I mean really, really tight. Except for the shower; it was big and pretty decent. Definitely not enough room for wife's clothes and shoes. The rooms had their fair share of issues (we had 7 rooms). First was the puddle just inside our door. We called, got a big blower fan thingy for most of one day, and then a dehumidifier. Thought it was dry. Nope. Same thing next day and same routine. On the third day we went to visit the front desk and talk to a manager, who was busy at that moment. She did call a few times, as did lots and lots of people to apologize for this. The manager stopped by as well and confirmed that we had a puddle. On the fourth day another blower/dehumidifier, and finally on the fifth day a plumber who fixed the leak! Yay! A small account credit and a few bottles of wine from their complementary list -- they've done this before -- and we were set. Another set of rooms’ toilets weren't flushing. They were turned-off for some reason, but were turned-on and flushed remotely! Read entire member review >>
Very small cabin that did not smell great. Also, the hallway smelled like cigarettes. The steward was awesome. This was the worst value for a room compared to any other cruise I have been on. Read entire member review >>
Interior room 9597 was on the 9th deck mid ship. Convenient to mid ship and forward elevators. Quiet room. A bit small, not enough room to get into bed from the sides - had to crawl in from the end. Bed kept seperating and had to have room stewart make them into twins. We were told that they have had problems with beds seperating and that they are replacing beds - just not on the 9th floor yet. Read entire member review >>
First cabin we were in was way to small for the beds pushed together. Could hardly move around in the room (1169) Second cabin beds were not pushed together and there was more room to move around the room. (8093) Did like the showers as they were pretty spacious and had a sliding glass door. These were inside cabins. Closets were kinda small and it was hard to open drawers. Read entire member review >>
We had one of the new inside cabins (9077). It was nice and we basically use our cabin to sleep. It was a little bit small but who cares, it was nice and efficient. I did not hear our neighbors. No complaints from our experience. Read entire member review >>
Missed having drawers under and around the desk, as well as the medicine chest in the bathroom. Really liked the layout of the room, which orients the bed so that you are looking down the hall to the closet, instead of at another wall. Safe is in a very inconvenient place in the closet. Bedside tables have no drawers and are very small. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8089 interior, deck 8 near Salsa, so you will hear music in the evening, but not too late. The cabin is small, but adequate for a port intensive, fall cruise. This is a triple cabin, but do not try to fit three people into this space. Plenty of storage space, sliding door for the shower is so much better then shower curtains. You have to sit sideways on the toilet otherwise your knees will hit the wall, I'm 5'4." Shampoo, shower gel and lotion is provided. Read entire member review >>
Next to crew space. No medicine cabinet to store toiletries. Good lighting and lay out. Larger bathroom w/shower doors, not curtain! TV small. Centrally located in ship for easy access to stairs/elevators/dining. Read entire member review >>
Cabin- We weren't expecting much since we had an 8 fl inside Cabin, it wasn't the smallest inside cabin so that in itself says the size wasn't so bad, but the paper thin walls and sounds that made there way in were crazy. I think we were next to the crews work area and every morning as cleaning began 6-7am , you would jump as carts shuffled around and banged into walls. There was a mian speaker in the hallway so every early morning announcement from the cruise dirctor was another wake up call- no sleeping late on this vacation for us. There were large family groups with some young kids on our floor. Hearing some of their conversations through our thin walls actually kept us entertained. Room sterward was excellent and in turn for their great service we gave them a seventy dollar tip. Bravo guys for a job well done Read entire member review >>
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