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Family Mini-Suite with Balcony (M3) Cabin Reviews

Great New England Cruise : Cabin 13800
Great room, very clean. The bed was uncomfortable however we were able to get mattress pads on them that helped somewhat.
Great room, very clean. The bed was uncomfortable however we were able to get mattress pads on them that helped somewhat. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
Smaller than on breakaway and much smaller than on Gem. Same things about balcony. There is much more space on Gem (same type of the cabin - mini-suite)
Smaller than on breakaway and much smaller than on Gem. Same things about balcony. There is much more space on Gem (same type of the cabin - mini-suite) Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
Good Cruise, OK Ship : Cabin 9804
Mini suite. Had plenty of room for the three of us, and enough storage. Bathrooms much better than the smaller ships. The bathtub/shower in very short. Anyone 6 feet or taller will have problems.
Mini suite. Had plenty of room for the three of us, and enough storage. Bathrooms much better than the smaller ships. The bathtub/shower in very short. Anyone 6 feet or taller will have problems. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
Loved the large bathroom (double sinks!) and my daughter loved the bunk bed!! Nice balcony and room very comfortable.
Loved the large bathroom (double sinks!) and my daughter loved the bunk bed!! Nice balcony and room very comfortable. Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
Our family mini suite was fine and standard for the class of room. The bathroom was large with a full size tub/shower . The bed was comfortable.no outlets next to bed on a brand new ship? We had to string extension cords across the room ... Read More
Our family mini suite was fine and standard for the class of room. The bathroom was large with a full size tub/shower . The bed was comfortable.no outlets next to bed on a brand new ship? We had to string extension cords across the room from the desk area to power items next to our beds. And why does the Escape need a key card slot to power the room lights and outlets? How much diesel fuel is this actually saving? I presume NCL is using fire safety as an excuse as they are now commanding room stewards to unplug everything in your stateroom to prevent fires. Read Less
Sail Date June 2017

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