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

When we got to the Balcony, we had needless to say, a HUGE smile on our face, the mid ship balcony was perfect, it had space, the balcony was perfect, we were close to everything on board, elevator was less than a minute walk....oh how I ... Read More
When we got to the Balcony, we had needless to say, a HUGE smile on our face, the mid ship balcony was perfect, it had space, the balcony was perfect, we were close to everything on board, elevator was less than a minute walk....oh how I miss that room. Read Less
Sail Date March 2015
Great cruise : Cabin 11121
This stateroom worked ok for us. Like everyone else says the bathroom set up is very weird and we did not care for it. Definitely would be uncomfortable using it with someone other than spouse in the room. Hopefully NCL got the message on ... Read More
This stateroom worked ok for us. Like everyone else says the bathroom set up is very weird and we did not care for it. Definitely would be uncomfortable using it with someone other than spouse in the room. Hopefully NCL got the message on this and will never do it again. The room is a little tight and the wave thing doesn't really add anything to the room. Overall it wouldn't keep me from booking the Epic again for the right price but I would choose another ship first if given the choice. Read Less
Sail Date February 2015
NEVER AGAIN!!! : Cabin 10249
Small, but what more do you need. The shower wouldn't drain, and after reporting it 3 times we just left the puddle for the Stateroom attendant to clean.
Small, but what more do you need. The shower wouldn't drain, and after reporting it 3 times we just left the puddle for the Stateroom attendant to clean. Read Less
Sail Date February 2015
BIGGER BUT NOT BETTER : Cabin 12287
Incredibly small. We have had one other cabin this size - aboard the Uniworld River Queen sailing from Amsterdam to Vienna. The "Waves" design of the cabin wasted valuable space. The bizzare design, where the toilet, shower and ... Read More
Incredibly small. We have had one other cabin this size - aboard the Uniworld River Queen sailing from Amsterdam to Vienna. The "Waves" design of the cabin wasted valuable space. The bizzare design, where the toilet, shower and sink were separated from each other, was pitiful. If you sail on this ship be sure to get a balcony cabin. you will definitely need the extra space. Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
Better than our last balcony cabin on the Epic - this one had the bed near the balcony and not up against the bathrooms and sink. Shoot for a cabin that's laid out that way and you'll be much happier.
Better than our last balcony cabin on the Epic - this one had the bed near the balcony and not up against the bathrooms and sink. Shoot for a cabin that's laid out that way and you'll be much happier. Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
Cabin 11178 was pretty much dead-on mid-ship. The bed is by the balcony in this cabin, and the cabin is in a quiet location. A service area door is directly across the hall, but was not noisy. The only time we heard much was on embarkation ... Read More
Cabin 11178 was pretty much dead-on mid-ship. The bed is by the balcony in this cabin, and the cabin is in a quiet location. A service area door is directly across the hall, but was not noisy. The only time we heard much was on embarkation day when luggage was being delivered. Since there are no elevators or stairs mid-ship, we were prepared for a hike forward or aft. In the end, neither were a long walk away (we only used the stairs, no elevators).We were concerned about wear and tear on the ship since we last sailed in 2013, but the room was very well kept, carpet was in a good shape, and the furniture all looked good. Some rust spots on the balcony, but no big deal. Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
Big Ship; Tiny Cabins : Cabin 9052
Way too small for three people, even when one of them is only 2. Plenty of storage, just no place to stand, no place to eat if you order room service, etc. Don't plan on doing anything other than sleeping in this room.
Way too small for three people, even when one of them is only 2. Plenty of storage, just no place to stand, no place to eat if you order room service, etc. Don't plan on doing anything other than sleeping in this room. Read Less
Sail Date December 2014

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