Mid-Ship Balcony
These Mid-Ship Balcony Staterooms feature floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony. With room for up to three they include a separate bathroom with shower, two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed, a sitting area and additional bedding to accommodate one more. These Balcony Staterooms are mid-ship, so you'll have easy access to all the delicious dining and exciting activities on board.

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Mid-Ship Balcony (BA) Cabin Reviews

Clean, Comfortable, Convenient to elevators. I would say it would be perfect for 2 adults... but would be tight for more than that.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient to elevators. I would say it would be perfect for 2 adults... but would be tight for more than that. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
END THE SUMMER CRUISE! : Cabin 12133
Our cabin was located midship nearer the front. Our stewart was very friendly, helpful and usually around when we needed him. The cabin was always attended to daily with turn down service nightly. Smaller than most balcony rooms of this ... Read More
Our cabin was located midship nearer the front. Our stewart was very friendly, helpful and usually around when we needed him. The cabin was always attended to daily with turn down service nightly. Smaller than most balcony rooms of this category but functional. The bathrooms as you heard of from others is what it is but it worked for us. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
THE FAMED AND CONTROVERSIAL EPIC STATEROOM LAYOUT DEBATE: B+ Like pretty much all cruise ship cabins, it was small and served it’s purpose. Like I said earlier, I am a 32 year old bachelor... and although I always get a balcony room on ... Read More
THE FAMED AND CONTROVERSIAL EPIC STATEROOM LAYOUT DEBATE: B+ Like pretty much all cruise ship cabins, it was small and served it’s purpose. Like I said earlier, I am a 32 year old bachelor... and although I always get a balcony room on any ship that I sail on, I can’t tell you that I ever spend much time in my state room other than to sleep and get dressed. But, for what it’s worth, the state room was very nice, and modern. You are on a cruise ship to have a good time, and be around other people, and get some sun. —You can’t do any of those things by staying in your room. One huge plus is the closet/drawer space. —Amazing for your sized stateroom. On to the big debate about the bathroom lol... I’m sure that most of you have read the controversy over the bathroom set up. There is no doubt that many others have nailed the fact that it is definitely unconventional....The toilet is on one side of the entrance of the stateroom with a sliding fogged glass door for privacy. And the shower is virtually a twin copy of that on the other side. Then, the sink is just outside of the shower openly in the stateroom. —I really think people overly pan this situation unfairly. —It’s really not that bad. One big argument to play the devils advocate for those hatters of this situation is that if you’re a married couple, one spouse can shower while the other is using the sink to get ready without being on top of each other like you’d be in a regular cruise bathroom. Also throw a kid into the room with that couple, and it’s logical and realistic that a wife can be doing her makeup at the sink, the husband is showering, and the kid can still use the bathroom all at the same time without stepping on each other. What other conventional stateroom can you do that in??? It’s really NOT THAT BAD. Buuuuutttt, strange layout nonetheless. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
The room was listed for 3 people and it did work but just barely. Maybe 2 adults and a child but not 3 adults. The bathroom was less than optimum. Very absurd. The toilet area is basically see thru and right next to the entrance into ... Read More
The room was listed for 3 people and it did work but just barely. Maybe 2 adults and a child but not 3 adults. The bathroom was less than optimum. Very absurd. The toilet area is basically see thru and right next to the entrance into the cabin. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
The cabin was on the small side but it was fine. The oddest thing was that there was not a bathroom, per se. The shower was in one separate space and the commode was opposite the shower with a sink just outside the shower. However, the ... Read More
The cabin was on the small side but it was fine. The oddest thing was that there was not a bathroom, per se. The shower was in one separate space and the commode was opposite the shower with a sink just outside the shower. However, the drawer and closet space was very adequate. Most dissappointed that the staff would not open the divider between our balcony and our neighbor's who we were traveling with. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
NEVER Again! : Cabin 11183
The cabin was nice. As far as cleanliness, the bathrooms and linens were clean, but there were visible handprints and fingerprints on the closet and drawers from who knows how many previous cruisers.The balcony furniture could have been ... Read More
The cabin was nice. As far as cleanliness, the bathrooms and linens were clean, but there were visible handprints and fingerprints on the closet and drawers from who knows how many previous cruisers.The balcony furniture could have been more comfortable. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019

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