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Mid-Ship Oceanview Picture Window
With room for up to four guests, these Oceanview Staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests, as well as a picture window with a great view. These are mid-ship staterooms, which means you'll be right near everything on board.

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Mid-Ship Oceanview Picture Window (OB) Cabin Reviews

Did it already. Loud table and chair movement noises coming from above from 10 to 11 pm, so you can't sleep earlier than that. Bed was decent and the pillows were too soft for me. The phone was three feet off the ground and do, you ... Read More
Did it already. Loud table and chair movement noises coming from above from 10 to 11 pm, so you can't sleep earlier than that. Bed was decent and the pillows were too soft for me. The phone was three feet off the ground and do, you must be on your knees to use it. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
Small, bed layout made getting in and out difficult. Flip down bunk on one side was hard to avoid getting in and out. The dresser on the other side left little room to get in bed on that side. The TV was very small and far enough away ... Read More
Small, bed layout made getting in and out difficult. Flip down bunk on one side was hard to avoid getting in and out. The dresser on the other side left little room to get in bed on that side. The TV was very small and far enough away that you couldn't read anything on the screen. Drawers on one side worked great, the other side didn't have any stops so when the ship rocked, the drawers slide out and then back in. Makes it hard to sleep. The gangway on the 6th floor was above us and something there also was banging around when the ship rocked. Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
NCL has gone downhill : Cabin 5100
It was a little "tight", but we had plenty of room for clothing etc. Our last few cruises have been with a balcony so i sort of forgot how small the rooms are.
It was a little "tight", but we had plenty of room for clothing etc. Our last few cruises have been with a balcony so i sort of forgot how small the rooms are. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
The stateroom experience was absolutely horrendous. Every evening from 2-4 AM, I heard loud banging sounds (like pots and pans) above the oceanview stateroom I was staying in. I called guest services, and someone came by to see what was ... Read More
The stateroom experience was absolutely horrendous. Every evening from 2-4 AM, I heard loud banging sounds (like pots and pans) above the oceanview stateroom I was staying in. I called guest services, and someone came by to see what was happening. The staff member said he would fix it and left. 10 minutes later, the noise stopped. I went to guest services the next morning as I never received a follow-up regarding the issue (turned out to be a water pump issue) and asked how they could make up for the negative experience and disruption of sleep. Viviano at guest services said he could only send strawberries to my room, which was a slap in the face. The noise continued throughout the rest of my four-night stay (which I captured on video), but Norwegian has yet to acknowledge the issue whatsoever. Given the fact that Norwegian has ignored me on social media and other channels, I can say I won't cruise with Norwegian again. I take cruises to relax and rest, and due to the noisy water pump, I was unable to get any quality sleep. Norwegian's inability to make it right is a testament to their lack of attention or care for their customers. As a Miamian, I take cruises often as the port is close by, and thankfully, there are several other cruise lines to choose from. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019

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