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.
Lots of wardrobe space,plenty drawers also lots of extra space in places you wouldn't think of.plug points were in US & UK with adaptor.Bed was comfy as were pillows...I'm 5ft 9 tall so yeah feet were overhanging a bit but not a problem at all...plenty of lighting even when you opened wardrobe doors! The separate toilet & shower was good in the fact it wasn't cramped like other ships I've been on...small sink next to shower was strange but it actually worked well if someone was in the shower it enabled you still to wash hands,clean teeth etc....shower was strong & always hot water Read entire member review >>
Overall, the cabin was a bit small for three people, better suited to a couple. The bathroom situation was no problem whatsoever. Only complaint is perhaps that the bed is rather short, leaving my husbands feet hanging over the edge. Read entire member review >>
We loved the curved shape of the rooms, it made it more interesting and fun. we had no issue with the separate showers and toilet, if you ever stayed at a W or hotels in the DR, it is no big deal. Yet, it could be a little bit uncomfortable if you and not comfortable with the person you room with. There was plenty of storage and room. We had a balcony that was a really nice size and provided great views. the only small issue was because the bed was curved to fit the room, it was a bit short. I am 5 10 and my feet tended to hang off the end a bit. Read entire member review >>
Well equipped with tea/ coffee making ,hairdryer ,charging points and comfortable bed
Layout with toilet, shower and washroom sll in separate areas bit difficult to get used to
Cabin attendant was very friendly and efficient, on discovering it was my birthday he decorated our cabin with balloons etc and arranged towels as 3 their birthday cake !!
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Great for 2 people; room steward was very friendly and kept it very neat, the smell of clean linens was wonderful. Had a balcony and we enjoyed the peace and quiet tremendously. Read entire member review >>
cabin had nice décor but was small. I hated the pod style toilet and shower. I was with my husband it was ok but if I were traveling with a friend I would feel uncomfortable. the balcony was the best part of the ship. Read entire member review >>
FORM OVER FUNCTION?? The cabin was "trendy" meaning it was glitzy with lots of curves and wasted space. Not enough storage space for clothes, bed too short, even for height-challenged cruisers like us. NO TABLE!! Any room service had to be put on the seat of the "couch" which was curved and uncomfortable. Shower was fine, sink took some getting used to. Toilet was at an inconvenient height. (too low) and right next to the cabin door. Lacked privacy. Mini fridge was filled with overpriced drinks and created a lot of heat. Thermostat worked well to regulate cabin temps. The overall result of the cabin design was to WOW the occupants, but fell sort in the storage and functionality department. To sum up: give me a traditional cabin layout with a table and a TV you can actually see from the sofa. I was not impressed with the cabin at all. Layout was created by a deranged interior designer on drugs. Sorry, will not sail on this mega-ship again. Too many better choices.. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin, Lots of storage, very clean, love the balcony! I Stewart was amazing, new our names the first day, left little fun towel sculptures every day. Ortis really made the trip good with his added personal touch . Tip; Buy a case of water, have it delivered to your room the first day. You won't regret having lots of water to drink. Read entire member review >>
Strangest cabin ever! The walls are curved, which cuts into the space. I have NO CLUE how a 3rd guest could sleep on the curved sofa/bed. But strangest of all was the non bathroom. Just as you enter the cabin, the shower was on the right, and the toilet on the left, both with glass enclosures BUT no door separating them from the rest of the cabin, just a curtain that could be drawn. I anticipated someone using a key card and just walking right in while I was indisposed! Then the sink (that looked like a dentist spit sink) was next to the shower with a tiny 5 watt lightbulb for lighting. One redeeming factor was that the shower was strong and nice and warm. How the larger sized guests could use these two facilities is a mystery. Read entire member review >>
Not great!! No real bathroom -only a curtain to separate the shower and the toilet from the rest of the room. Carpet very dirty and filled with sand. No toiletries to speak of. And the bed was so small. I'm only 5'2 and my feet hung off of the end. Read entire member review >>
The room was small. My wife and I had to play rock, paper, scissors to decide who got to go first from one side of the room to the other through the narrow space between the bed and the sink/dresser. But, aside from the explosive and grinding sound the toilet made when it was flushed, the room was quiet and the balcony a sanctuary from the ship's noisy common rooms. I also admired the efficient use of the room's space. That might be a guy thing. Read entire member review >>
The wave design of the rooms is not a good use of space. The toilet is right at the front door and anytime anyone goes #2 you can immediately smell it walking up the hallways. The bed is right at the front door as well behind the toilet. So anytime you go to the bathroom and slide the loud door closed you risk waking up your room. It would make more sense to have the bed near the balcony doors. The balcony rooms are decorated nice witht he fake wood grain and large flat screen TV but the sink is outside the bathroom and its the size of a birdbath. You cannot even roll your luggage past the bed you have to lift it up and carry it over if you have an oversized suitcase. Two people can not comfortable walk past each other either. the space is just poorly designed and the wave design actually reduces the space in the room. Some balcony rooms only have a half closet and some drawers because they are adjoining rooms so you really have nowhere to put your suitcase except under the beds. Read entire member review >>
The wavy design is attractive, but not functional to fit a family of 3 comfortably. We had a smaller cabin on a previous NCL cruise with a pull-down bunk for daughter and it fit us better than this one did. The sink is very small if you're trying to wash out clothes & there is very limited drawer space. Bring hangers as there is a TON of closet space but limited hangers. Lighting is ineffective for makeup. Read entire member review >>
We had a balcony cabin 9129 midship, as other people may have said the bathroom layout is unconventional with the separate, toilet and shower straight off the bedroom and I didn't like the sink, not because it was in the actual cabin but because it was impossible to put more tClearly designed by a man!! han an inch or so of water in it before it went into the overflow an the bowl was too small. There was plenty of storage space for the two of us and would have been fine for three. Tea and coffee making facilties in the cabin Read entire member review >>
The new cabin layout is different, not sure I loved it, but it worked well for us. The room boast storage space everywhere, more than I have ever seen before in a stateroom! Read entire member review >>
Cabin was a little small, but we expected that. We still had enough room to chill out if we needed a break from the ship or if while the other was getting ready. Our stateroom steward was wonderful. We didn't know that you only get towel animals if you request turn down service. When we left our steward a note on day 3, starting with day for we had a whole zoo the first time (4 animals) and then a new animal every day after that when he made the room up in the morning. Read entire member review >>
cabin was as I expected, balcony was nice to have. Bathroom set up didn't bother me as many reviewers have said, but it is close quarters so you want to be sure you are traveling with family or someone you are very close to. Lots of storage space Read entire member review >>
Excellent cabin but too small to bring my scooter inside so had to leave it outside in corridor but our cabin boy was excellent in all ways. He took my scooter downstairs somewhere to store it overnight and recharge my battery. Very comfortable but narrow room. Read entire member review >>
The cabin (we had a balcony on 9th floor) was just fine. A little smaller than some other ships we have been on, but for the two of us it was ok as we did not spend too much time in the cabin as there was too much to do on the ship! The bed was super comfy and the shower, toilet and sink problem that people talked about was really not that big of a deal!
It was good that it was a balcony as we enjoyed watching the sunsets, but it was bad that it was a balcony because a lot of people smoked on their balconies, that "blew" onto ours (we are non-smokers). Read entire member review >>
Cabins – are very poorly designed, with rounded walls the bed very uncomfortable to seat on it and watch tv. Mattress is shorter than the bed so the bare iron sticking out. Bathrooms are total disaster. Small shower stall in one corner, when the toilet is separate across the corridor and divided only by glass, from the cabin, total lack of privacy. Vanity also separate with tiny sink bowl. Who ever design those cabins didn't take in consideration the comfort and privacy. Read entire member review >>
The cabins are weird with the shower, toilet, and sink all built into the cabin room and not separate. It is impossible if one person gets up early and wants to shower and dress without disturbing the other person in the cabin. The layout of our cabin was odd, with the couch inside near the bathroom area and not near the window where you would want to sit and look outside. Read entire member review >>
Disgusted with the sink, no privacy, unable to wash properly without putting towels round it.
Not nice being on the toilet if someone calls at the door - no privacy.
After cruising on the Norwegian Spirit this stateroom aught to be remodelled - try a woman this time. No fancy gimmicks. Read entire member review >>
One shelf of our cabin beside the bed was EXTREMELY DUSTY -- but Richard, the steward, quickly took care of the matter when we were out as we told him about the situation and also re-cleaned the entire room. In fairness -- I think it is DIFFICULT for the staff to get the ship ready for 3500 new visitors in Barcelona with only a few hours to do it.
The bed was comfortable. Some passengers smoked on their balconies -- we had to ask our neighbours below to stop smoking in the early morning. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very nice reasnable balcony with 2 chairs and small table good for early morning coffee adequate wardrobe space and storage
Shower was good ,toilet space ok air con panel o/s the toilet made a bit of vibration at times,,
The room at the pass between bed and vanity unit/ area was a bit tight which was used all the time tight when 2 peaple far less 3 trying to get ready to go out , another 6 inches - 12 inches would have made a difference. Read entire member review >>
• Our cabin was #12145 – mid-ships, near the top of the ship, with a balcony.
• We are the type of family who doesn’t spend a lot of time in the cabin. When we come back from excursions or hectic times at the pool, it was a great retreat for some solitude and quiet (see below).
• One thing we have to say right off is that our cabin was QUIET! Wow. They must have done something because we heard NOTHING from cabins on either side of us, on top or underneath. It was truly a haven away from what can otherwise be a cruise with a lot of sensory overload. Even on Disney, we didn’t experience this level of quiet. There was no door slamming, kids running down the hallway screaming, toilets flushing, or anything. Even with our door open at night to hear the waves, we weren’t aware of parties and music from 3 decks above. We may have just been lucky, but were greatly impressed with this feature.
• Storage was another plus with these cabins. They have really designed these cabins to find all kinds of areas to tuck away things. There’s plenty of room to hang long dresses (if that’s your thing) and even a medicine cabinet to put your toiletries. Wonderful.
• I like the idea of the separate shower and toilet. We never used both spaces at once, but with a larger family, it might be nice. Some people online were not thrilled with the translucent quality of the doors, but since you could draw a curtain it didn’t matter. The sink is separate from the shower and toilet, so that was convenient. You could hear someone going to the bathroom, so just be aware of that….
• Beds were firm - which is how we like them – so that is a plus. Pillows were also comfortable.
• The walking space is compromised by the storage and nice size beds, so just don’t expect that you’ll have strolling space in the cabin. I would go to O’Sheehans while the girls got ready in the morning just to get one less body in there, and that worked out fine.
• On the downside, the cabin did seem worn. The laminate counter was peeling up, there were scratches near the refrigerator, the sealer on the shower door was not secure, the carpets were worn and faded, there was rust and stains on the balcony, and the medicine cabinet mirror had chipped edges. Let me be clear – there was nothing that compromised the health or safety of a guest. In general, it had the quality of a Ramada vs. a Marriott hotel room. Not bad, but not what you’d expect from a hotel room costing you hundreds of dollars a night. It’s ready for a dry dock stint – which is what may be in the cards for the Epic as the Escape is launched this fall. Read entire member review >>
Very narrow and cramped - we were mid ships and would not recommend this - it was miles to walk to the lifts and when in port the gangways were beneath our cabin not very nice when there was music blaring from 8.30 am all day to greet the tourists and to greet them when the returned up till 5.30pm Read entire member review >>
We loved the cabin- we didn't find any issues with the way the room was laid out at all and thought the bed was one of the more comfortable beds we ever slept on! Having a balcony was a huge bonus- it was lovely having a drink looking out at the sea every night and watching the stars come out. And of course pulling into port every day and seeing the amazing scenery change everyday was fantastic. Our room steward, Michael, was so amazing - very friendly and couldn't do enough for uu, The storage in the room was great too. I did bring a power bar and was glad I did as there is only one outlet as so many other reviews had mentioned- we also brought extra hangers ( other reviews had mentioned not many hangers) but we didn't need them- and the closet space was great - myself and my boyfriend had a closet each which was really nice. You couldn't hear anything from the other rooms at all and we found it very quiet- great location on the ship overall. Read entire member review >>
Very cramped. The sofa is just a waste of very limited space. Uncomfortable to sit on, totally impractical. The balcony was nice. I hated the bathroom set up. Even after 40 years of marriage you like a little privacy and this set up provides none at all.
Having to keep a card in the power switch is silly, although I did at times use an old card that I found in my bag.
Not enough space between the bed and the walls. Read entire member review >>
Our Cabin was great (no nitpicking here), I don't know what the problem is with the bathroom, it was fine. Loved the balcony (our quiet place), we asked our cabin steward if he could bring us a lounge chair on our balcony. He accommodated us, no problem. Hot water always. Read entire member review >>
David (the person in charge of cleaning our cabin daily) was AMAZING and a great asset to the cruise line! He was friendly, personable, eager to help, kept everything clean, neat & organized! If we had any questions, or special requests, he was quick to respond and always did everything with a smile on his face! He always asked how everything was going, if we were enjoying our cruise and always told us if there was anything he could do for us, to just let him know, and he always came through for us! When I had a "swimsuit malfunction", David was able to quickly locate a tiny sewing kit so I could repair my suit and get back outside to enjoy poolside activities! If we ever cruised again, we would personally request David to attend to our cabin, or help us in choosing activities or entertainment onboard! Read entire member review >>
We liked our room and balcony very much and thought the layout was good despite all the negative comments. Unfortunately our bathroom toilet leaked in this was terrible. We were not compensated for this at all which was terrible. We did like the layout of the Roman and have plenty of storage. I think the room is fine. Read entire member review >>
The room was very nice and a good location mid-ship. It wasn't too close to the elevator so you didn't get a lot of noise in the hall, but it wasn't too far of a walk either. You get a lot of noise from the pool deck on the balcony, especially during the day when they're doing the Nickelodeon shows on the deck and using the microphone. We had plenty of storage in the small room. It's a little weird how there is no bathroom. They just have a shower and a toilet which are both able to be closed off by sliding (frosted) glass doors. However, I would have preferred an actual bathroom so I didn't feel weird having to "do my business" in the same room as my new husband. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was in a good location. Nobody could look into my cabin from what I could tell.Other than if the neighbour peeked around the corner. The balcony was spacious enough for two chairs and a lounge chair. I would have preferred the bed being closest to the sliding door, rather than the couch. As that way I'd be able to lie in bed looking out to the ocean. Also liked the fact that it was a sliding door that you could leave open to enjoy the sounds and smells of the sea. Read entire member review >>
Mid ship is usually a good choice because you are close to the elevators - not so on the Epic - the elevators are closer to the bow and stern. Cabin is very poorly laid out, not one place in the cabin where two people can pas each other - always have to move to let the other peron pass. The ship's telephone has a clock, but you can't depend on it - it does not update when the time changes. You cannot hear any announcements when in the cabin unless you turn on the TV - and then you have to turn up the volume to full to hear the announcement and you can imagine how horrible it is when the announcement ends and regular programming returns - we nearly broke our necks trying to get to the volume each time. Read entire member review >>
Weird is the best word for Epic staterooms. Not as bad as I'd expected but cramped and odd. The rounded corners of the bed were the only thing allowing you to get by but caused insurmountable problems for the steward. We had to adjust the sheets every day or it felt like it had been short sheeted. The shower was great, best I've seen. Noise was never an issue. They tried for different and they got it. Not better, just different. Read entire member review >>
Perfect cabin for two. You definitely want the cabin with the bed by the window instead of by the hallway. They alternate. You can tell by where the curve is in the deck plan which way it's set up. 9157 had the bed by the balcony. Don't get a mid-ship balcony on deck 8, as they have no roof, and jut out, so you have no privacy at all from all the balconies above you. Read entire member review >>
Very tiny, tiny, tiny. We could not sit on sofa and somebody walk by you. Awkward situation with toilet and shower being open. Been married 29 yrs and we did things together we never have with the bathroom situation. Very awkward with friends, brothers, sisters, new boyfriend or girlfriend traveling together. There is a curtain to seperate it from the bed area but there is nowhere to lay your clothing to get dressed. If you seperate the beds to 2 twins you have 3 inches in between them. Balcony is big but you really needed that space in the cabin. Most people do not spend much time here and believe me you will not want to very small, Not good at all for 4 people had family in one and they were not happy. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was a little too far from the elevators being mid-ship. Location was quiet, lots of storage. Would have preferred configuration with bed closer to the balcony, would have had better flow. Read entire member review >>
Toilet too exposed for my taste, but it didn't bother my wife. No maneuvering room for two people to get comfortably around. Sufficient closet, but large amounts of storage space. Balcony was adequate. Smallest balcony cabin to-date. Read entire member review >>
1. We agree - the bathroom arrangements in the Epic's balcony staterooms were inspired by a Jerry Garcia acid trip.
2. Lots and lots of storage space. Really good!
3. See review regarding plug-in outlets. They could also have changed over the European standard outlets to North American standard, between the end of the Barcelona season and the beginning of the Miami season.
4. We were able to keep the bathroom sink from spewing all over the place. Just don't turn it on full blast, that's all.
5. Norwegian could let people know how they can get the announcements in the staterooms. We had to open the cabin door to hear them. Only in the "farewell" document did I find out that the announcements were simulcast on Channel 22 on the ship's TV. Read entire member review >>
Balcony was big enough for two, great view. Quiet at night, never heard the people beside us. Two closets, 3 drawers, plenty of space for clothes. We liked that the bathroom was split up. Read entire member review >>
9193 - could not fault it any way - quite small but very quiet, midway between lifts which is ideal as the lifts toward the rear of the ship are usually the less busy of them. Read entire member review >>
Plenty of storage space. Put our suitcases under the bed, so they were out of the way. People talked about the inconvenience of having the sink out in the rest of the cabin, but we didn't have a problem with it. I thought the cabins were nice and pretty typical of a cruise ship cabin, except maybe a little more storage space. The beds were very comfortable and my husband loved the pillows! Read entire member review >>
Not enough floor space curved sofa wastes a lot of space. Shower is good Toilet is good but sink is inconvenient out in the open. TV does not swivel so can not be seen from the sofa only in bed. Read entire member review >>
Cabins were very small, clean but difficult to move around. Great balcony and view but in the front of the shop and very far away from everything. Cabins seem to be soundproof as we heard no noise from other cabins. Read entire member review >>
Great balcony; small table; fixed back chairs--balcony is large enough for Chaise Lounger which would have been welcomed; room TINY and CRAMPED; toilet and shower are AWFUL; air conditioner vent at mid height at door so person sleeping near door is frozen; to maintain the rounded curvy vibe of the room the first bed had a huge chunk cut off so the bed bottom appeared round---your foot simply hung off; great interactive TV= but on two week cruise it only worked second week; steward was GREAT; small ice bucket; no coffee table; no table between beds; no table at all except tiny table on balcony; sitting on couch your knees hit the closet; don't cruise on the Epic...try the Pearl!! Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9189-every other cabin has the bed either by the balcony doors or next to the toilet. I definately would have liked our bed to be by the balcony doors, farther from the toilet and situated where we can lay in bed and see the water/view. So cabin 9187 or 9192 would have the bed in a better location Read entire member review >>
Cabin 10234, they call mid, but it seemed aft to me. The rooms are crowded, even with just 2 people. Bed was comfy and room was clean, but not much room to move around for a balcony cabin. Read entire member review >>
We had cabin 10188 Balcony CC. Like the shower and bath. Did not like the bed at all, feet hang off bed, did like the technology with flat screen tv showing your accounts and ship activities planned and such. Did not like the small led lights on each side of the bed that you could not turn off, the light had a glow on them on the buttom, these likes were for reading in the bed. I am use to a dark room, the phone as well stayed lite up and we placed a towel on it each night to kll the light. Read entire member review >>
Better than we expected given some of the previous reviews. Space is a bit tight and beds certainly short. We actually liked the separate shower and toilet layout and the frosted glass did not cause us concerns at all. Plenty of cupboards but would have needed more hangers. Read entire member review >>
Halfway between forward and aft stairwells which was nice - depending on where you were going you could choose which stairwell you wanted to go to. Also, this cabin is on a portion of the side the juts out, which doesn't really matter but I liked that. Read entire member review >>
Great location (midships, least obstructed by the lifeboats). The only downside was that the elevators are forward and aft, so it was a bit of a walk to the elevators from the cabin in either direction. Nice size balcony, lots of storage space. Lighting could be better. Read entire member review >>
Big closet; adequate balcony, mid ship with good overall location between the two elevators; would have preferred bed next to balcony door but every other cabin is laid out that way due to curved walls; Bathroom layout takes some getting used to. Read entire member review >>
THE ROOMS. Well, they're nice... but the layout is weird. Toilet separated from sink and shower. Shower opens up into room, so expect a flood if you forget a towel for the floor. And the sink is weird - we couldn't figure out how to get it to drain. PLUS, no one tells you that you need to put your keycard in the slot for the electricity to work (cool feature to save energy, but for god sakes, tell someone!) plus no one tells you to dial TWO ZERO's on the phone to get the front desk. Ugh! Read entire member review >>
We had one of the "wave" cabins. They have curvy walls and where the wall curves out, the wall in the adjacent cabin curves in, and vice versa. The theory is that by putting the bed in the space where the wall curves out, the cabin can be narrower and deeper than standard cabins but appear to be as spacious. The reality, though, is that it doesn't. Both my wife and I had the same thought when we first stepped through the door: "It's a bit narrow, isn't it!" Even worse, there's a "no passing zone" bottleneck at the foot of the bed, which means that even with just two people in the cabin, you're forever getting in each other's way. I don't know how a family with children would manage or even if I could for more than a week.
Another big problem is the lack of a proper bathroom. The tiny washbasin is situated in the main part of the room, not far from the "no passing zone" at the foot of the bed, while the shower and toilet are opposite each other just inside the room's doorway (both concealed by sliding translucent glass doors). More modest types can spare their blushes with a curtain that pulls across to hide the area from the rest of the cabin but it does mean that when you have a shower all the water that normally ends up on the bathroom floor now ends up on the cabin floor. It's not helped by the fact that all the towels are stored by the washbasin in the main cabin anyway. So if you forget to pick up a towel before you step into the shower, stand by for a flood!
The plus about the cabins, though, is that they are nicely decorated in an elegant, modern fashion, there's plenty of storage space and they have quite a big flat screen LCD TV. And the bed is really comfortable. Five stars all round in that respect. Read entire member review >>
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