Balcony
These staterooms sleep up to two guests and come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed. Also includes a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony.

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Balcony (BB) Cabin Reviews

Gem of an Experience : Cabin 10030
Sail Date: December 2017
A bit smaller than four previous cruises but nice balcony Read More
A bit smaller than four previous cruises but nice balcony Read Less
Great Getaway : Cabin 9660
Sail Date: October 2017
great cabin, enough space for clothes. Loved the little balcony. Bathroom is a bit tight but functional. Cabin Attendant: Connie was wonderful and extremely accommodating and efficient. Read More
great cabin, enough space for clothes. Loved the little balcony. Bathroom is a bit tight but functional. Cabin Attendant: Connie was wonderful and extremely accommodating and efficient. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
Not really sure what the balcony class was but we had a nice cabin on deck 10 great view, bed was very comfortable ( the Ultimate Beverage Package might have helped), and the cabin was of average size compared to cabins I've been in on ... Read More
Not really sure what the balcony class was but we had a nice cabin on deck 10 great view, bed was very comfortable ( the Ultimate Beverage Package might have helped), and the cabin was of average size compared to cabins I've been in on Royal, Princess, Costa, and Carnival. The only complaint was the layout of the desk, sitting stool area with the mirror. If the wife was sitting there doing hair and makeup, there was no way to get around the bed without climbing over the bed. the bathroom was roomy with a separate area and a door for the toilet. Air conditioner worked well, cabin was very quiet. Read Less
6TH NCL CRUISE : Cabin 10542
Sail Date: May 2017
Cabin had plenty of space for clothes, shoes, personal items and steward was very good. Room was always clean. Read More
Cabin had plenty of space for clothes, shoes, personal items and steward was very good. Room was always clean. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
SMALL Tiny and poorly appointed. There is barely enough room to get in and out. I was told that the room would have enough room for a wheelchair (definitely NOT so) and room for three people (maybe VERY short and skinny people). ... Read More
SMALL Tiny and poorly appointed. There is barely enough room to get in and out. I was told that the room would have enough room for a wheelchair (definitely NOT so) and room for three people (maybe VERY short and skinny people). Bathroom must be entered sideways. Don't drop the soap in the shower or you'll have to exit the shower to pick it up. No table, no desk, no ships directory, no writing paper, no pen, no place to put toilet items, not even a Gideons Bible. If you decide to watch some TV, be prepared to sit right up on top of the 15" (NON HD) screen. The actual picture is even smaller that the screen. There are 15 or 20 channels dedicated to touting the onboard (EXPENSIVE) amenities, or repeating safety instructions, etc. There is ONE movie channel with five repeating movies for the entire ten day cruise (NO choice). ONE channel that shows random old TV shows (Usually old sitcoms during the day and cartoons at night....NO choice) ONE sports channel (hope you like soccer). There are also thirty or so pay per view movies at $9.99 apiece. I chose to pay for a movie but the TV set is of such poor quality and so hard to see that it was a waste of money. The room steward was great, efficient, polite and very helpful. He did his best to make us comfortable but it was an uphill battle. Read Less

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