Family Balcony
Conveniently located near the kids' area, some of our Family Balcony Staterooms come with two lower beds that convert to a queen, one upper bed and a sofa bed, for a maximum capacity of four guests. Many are connecting staterooms, making it easier to bring the whole family. Triples feature two lower beds and a sofa bed. All of these staterooms feature curved walls, a unique bathroom treatment where every area is separate, including the shower and a modern vanity sink, plus a private balcony where the whole family can take in the beautiful views.

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Family Balcony (B3) Cabin Reviews

I booked a guarantee and was put into this family room at the ships first bump out. The room had a very large angled balcony which I loved. I could see why this stateroom configuration wouldn’t work unless sailing with a spouse. The ... Read More
I booked a guarantee and was put into this family room at the ships first bump out. The room had a very large angled balcony which I loved. I could see why this stateroom configuration wouldn’t work unless sailing with a spouse. The layout is funky and while it mirrors the studios design, storage was in the most random of places – including within the sofa! The electrical outlets are hidden under the counter by the coffee maker. The phone in the room also didn’t have a working voicemail button, it would take you to the voicemail and delete it instantly. I learned a trick to bypass it by mid-cruise. Charlton was my incredible stateroom steward. He did a wonderful job looking after any small request the entire cruise and for making sure everything was perfect. He even provided me with towel animals daily without request despite NCLs announcement they were getting rid of them on future sailings a couple months back. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
Strange. Wavy from door to balcony. Bathroom facilities separately placed around the entire cabin. Adequate storage areas but located behind the couch back, above the bed, under the sink, etc. I guess it was sufficient but very different.
Strange. Wavy from door to balcony. Bathroom facilities separately placed around the entire cabin. Adequate storage areas but located behind the couch back, above the bed, under the sink, etc. I guess it was sufficient but very different. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019
The cabin was quite efficient and it was an upgrade from the inside cabin we originally booked. We were thrilled get the balcony and it definitely enhanced our experience. torage was adequate and our room steward was TERRIFIC. ON the ... Read More
The cabin was quite efficient and it was an upgrade from the inside cabin we originally booked. We were thrilled get the balcony and it definitely enhanced our experience. torage was adequate and our room steward was TERRIFIC. ON the other hand, the bed was short and uncomfortable, there were 2 outlets under the "desk area - hardly sufficient to power 2 CPaps, two computers and three phones. The transparent enclosures around the toilet and shower were "interesting" to say the least, and the whole room was small. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
The cabin: we had a high mid balcony. Whoever designed these needs to be fired. It must have been a joke that went bad. When you walk in the door you have the toilet on one side and the shower on the other. For spouses not too bad, ... Read More
The cabin: we had a high mid balcony. Whoever designed these needs to be fired. It must have been a joke that went bad. When you walk in the door you have the toilet on one side and the shower on the other. For spouses not too bad, maybe even a little risky. For anyone other the frosted glass leaves little to the imagination could be very awkward. The cabins are cramped and the layout is horrible. Of all our cruises this layout is by far the worst of any ship we have sailed. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018

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