Oceanview Porthole Window
These Oceanview Staterooms have room for up to four guests, with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests. You'll also have a porthole to enjoy an amazing view.

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Oceanview Porthole Window (OG) Cabin Reviews

It was satisfying. Plenty of space. Clean. Our cabin stewart was adorable, sweet and very attentive.
It was satisfying. Plenty of space. Clean. Our cabin stewart was adorable, sweet and very attentive. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
Though we thought we would be disappointed in the cabin because we almost always choose balcony or certainly full view ocean view, it ended up being just what we needed. We were on the deck with the gangway so it was easy to get on and off ... Read More
Though we thought we would be disappointed in the cabin because we almost always choose balcony or certainly full view ocean view, it ended up being just what we needed. We were on the deck with the gangway so it was easy to get on and off the ship, we were just a few cabins from the elevators, thus not a lot of long walking and we were just below the showroom and casino. Because the ship isn't all that large the walk to the atrium and some of the restaurants wasn't bad either. Our favorite hang out was Gatsby's and it too, was not long walk. I will say the cabin was a little on the small side but there was plenty of storage space which was helpful. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
We had booked CAT OK - Mid Ship Obstructed View with a window on Deck 8 but our agent booked us in a guarantee (by mistake!) and NCL "upgraded" us to an Ocean View CAT OG with a PORTHOLE on DECK 4 Forward - NOT where we wanted to ... Read More
We had booked CAT OK - Mid Ship Obstructed View with a window on Deck 8 but our agent booked us in a guarantee (by mistake!) and NCL "upgraded" us to an Ocean View CAT OG with a PORTHOLE on DECK 4 Forward - NOT where we wanted to be... Our steward was nice, but we had to keep asking for things like our water (latitudes perk), a bath mat, soap - things that should have been in our cabin but weren't until we asked. This cabin is small but comfortable for two people - the pull down bed is somewhat in the way when the beds are pushed together to make a large queen sized bed. The person on that side of the bed has to side-step and bend slightly to get into the bed. There is plenty of storage in this cabin. 6 drawers, a full closet with some shelved and a few other shelves as well. Our very large suitcases fit under the beds for storage. The bathroom is average for a ship - split with toilet on one side of the sink and shower on the other - small but workable. This was a quiet area with little "pedestrian" traffic in the halls, BUT when the seas got rough at nite we had waves crashing against our porthole! The last nite was the worst - around 3:00 am we started hearing a lot of random loud banging noises - I thought we hit something but found out it was the crew loading luggage into the cages for disembarkation! These cabins are very near Crew Quarters and CREW ONLY working areas and this was very disturbing on our last night aboard. Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
Thermostat had to be kept at highest heat level (otherwise, the cabin was freezing cold). Please see comments above regarding beach towels and bath towel situation.
Thermostat had to be kept at highest heat level (otherwise, the cabin was freezing cold). Please see comments above regarding beach towels and bath towel situation. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
I didn’t realize that an ocean view porthole window would be a 24inch tube with a piece of glass at the end, virtually worthless.
I didn’t realize that an ocean view porthole window would be a 24inch tube with a piece of glass at the end, virtually worthless. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
The cabin was bin for an upgrade and did not want a cabin that was in the bowel of the ship and that is what we got. The cabins once bid for and received are not refundable and are final.
The cabin was bin for an upgrade and did not want a cabin that was in the bowel of the ship and that is what we got. The cabins once bid for and received are not refundable and are final. Read Less
Sail Date October 2017

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