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.
We slept two adults and two teens comfortably. There was a queen size bed with a roll away and bunk above the roll away. All beds were very comfortable. There was about a small hallways worth of space to walk around in. There is a closet with a lot of storage to hang clothes or put them on shelves. Bags store easily under beds. The bathroom was larger than I expected. Showers had excellent water pressure which surprised me. Read entire member review >>
The "Pain in the Neck Cabin"
This is a horizontal cabin relative to the hall corridor.
We didn't know how it was layed out.
I don't know if all inside horizontal cabins are this way, it would be good to know.
Anyway this issue is they put the refrigerator in front of your bed for you to look at.
They put the television in the extreme far left corner such that one has to twist your neck as far as one can to watch it, and the partner using the furtherest side of the bed also has the person in the way and thus has to try to prop themselves up and peer over the shoulder or the closer person.
It's a pain in the neck!
I don't know why they haven't fixed this; they just did another renovation; should have been done then...reverse the location of the tv with the fridge. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was of normal inside size. We spend little to no time in the cabin other than to change clothes or sleep, so we choose our cabin based on these things. We try to get mid-ship or aft and on at least deck 7 or 8 since these seem to offer the least movement. There was a table in the corner that really blocked movement about the cabin with the bed in a king configuration. If there was the twin configuration, it would be okay. Read entire member review >>
We choose an inside cabin for our first cruise but will get a balcony from now on. Our room was plenty big for the two of us, however I did run my husband out a few times when I just needed a little more space while getting ready for the evening. We were very pleased with how quiet it was and we slept very well every night. Read entire member review >>
This was our first time in and inside cabin and it was fine. I still prefer a balcony, but willing to have an inside if it means we can go on more cruises. It really had plenty of storage space and bathroom was fine. We did sleep more...no daylight to wake us up. Read entire member review >>
tiny closets. very very small cabin (smaller then any before). Bathroom nice (liked the sliding shower door rather then the curtain). Bunk bed blocks tv when down. Closet space very limited. Cabin location is next to noisy crew party area. Read entire member review >>
Room 5075 - Good layout. As indicated in review above - Fix the inside cabin fire alarm and the washroom exhaust system to ensure no false alarm. Anyway to sound proof the room better and clean out the shower stall including laundry line to rid the mold. Read entire member review >>
- The bathroom of our cabin 4409 was real dirty with mold and stains in the shower (a real shame because the shower compartment is bigger and more comfortable than comparable cabins on other cruise lines.)
- The fourth bed in the cabin (when you book for four with other companies they put you in a cabin with two beds and two bunk beds) was a pull out bed, a bit bigger than my 11 year old petite daughter. A total shame! This seems to be the practice onboard of Norwegian Dawn because one of the crew members confirmed it. Read entire member review >>
We had the cheapest mid ship. Fantastic..That's all you need. Other people in our group paid a couple hundred dollars more to have a little window for what? Out of your cabin all day and at night...Pitch black...HELLO
Just a place to sleep and showers. Beds were comfortable and bathroom was clean.
What more do you need. Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin # 5583.
Well located near the center of the ship on deck 5. Due to the central location, there was very little feeling of the ship's movement while sailing.
Other than the normal hallway sounds, noises were not a problem as it was not over or under or near any noise making public or crew areas.
As mentioned in the main body of my review, cabin should be more than 142 square feet as it was barely tolerable for 2 adults with only 1 piece of luggage each. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 5637 was very noisy, we assumed it was due to being located beneath the dining rooms... but at 1am nightly, we were awoken by loud noises when the restaurants were closed. Stay away from this area! Read entire member review >>
We always choose an inside cabin because I am cheap and we are only in the room to sleep. This room was very quiet, very dark so it was easy to sleep. I picked this room so it would be easy to get off and on the ship in ports and it was very easy and made for a short trip back to drop off stuff after returning from port. Read entire member review >>
5609 - On the deck plan there is nothing shown above this cabin but after the 1st couple of nights, found that part of the Aqua Restaurant was located above us and there was the noise of sliding chairs for atleast a couple of hours after the restaurant closed. Convenient to the elevators. I can't see fitting more than 2 in this cabin but it was set up for 4 people; no way is there enough closet or drawer space for 4 people. Be sure to carry an extension cord and a night light. Read entire member review >>
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