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

Sail Date: April 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: March 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
Small, but good location...close to buffet and pool. Bathrooms were ok, but you better know each other well because they lack privacy.
Small, but good location...close to buffet and pool. Bathrooms were ok, but you better know each other well because they lack privacy. Read Less
Utter Disappointment : Cabin 13141
Sail Date: February 2019
The cabin attendant was very nice and attentive.
The cabin attendant was very nice and attentive. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
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
Worst cruise ship ever. : Cabin 13129
Sail Date: December 2018
Tiny, poor lighting. No storage space. Only place to watch tv was on the bed. They only had 2 tv stations that weren’t advertising, Favorite tv shows & Favorite movies but you had to watch what they they selected and there was no ... Read More
Tiny, poor lighting. No storage space. Only place to watch tv was on the bed. They only had 2 tv stations that weren’t advertising, Favorite tv shows & Favorite movies but you had to watch what they they selected and there was no guide. We booked a mid-ship cabin but there were only 2 banks of elevators neither was midship we walked a long way no matter which way we went out of our cabin. By the end of the cruise not all elevators were working or stopping on the wrong floor and was always a very long wait. Read Less
Unusual ship design : Cabin 13113
Sail Date: December 2018
The designers "pranked" the public with the cabin design. The toilet has a light plastic door (and a curtain) separating it from the the room and one cannot pee, poop or fart without being heard by everyone in the room. There ... Read More
The designers "pranked" the public with the cabin design. The toilet has a light plastic door (and a curtain) separating it from the the room and one cannot pee, poop or fart without being heard by everyone in the room. There was TRASH in the light above the bed, shelves were broken. The LIGHTING was HORRIBLE, it was what I would expect in a bordello. I had to put on my make up during the day because the light bulbs were SO DIM that it was impossible to during the evening when there was no natural light. The brightest light in the room was in the closet and there were no mirrors in the closet. Read Less
Not impressed! : Cabin 13256
Sail Date: December 2018
The Epic cabins have a strange layout and even the more spacious balcony cabins are so narrow that passing between the bed and cabinetry isn’t easy (and we aren’t big people). Beds are somewhat short - at only 5’1”, if my head was ... Read More
The Epic cabins have a strange layout and even the more spacious balcony cabins are so narrow that passing between the bed and cabinetry isn’t easy (and we aren’t big people). Beds are somewhat short - at only 5’1”, if my head was a foot down from the headboard my toes hung over the edge. Unfortunately, we had a connecting cabin and lost a whole storage cabinet due to the door between the cabins. Did use the two fold down shelves, however. Balcony was a nice size and we really enjoyed it. If you get a balcony and wonder where to store things, check behind the couch back...there are two cabinets there, plus drawers under the couch. Read Less

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