Mid-Ship Balcony
These Norwegian Gem mid-ship staterooms sleep up to four guests and come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa pulls out to sleep two more. Also includes a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony with a great view. Because they are mid-ship, you'll have easy access to everything on board.

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Mid-Ship Balcony (BA) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: December 2017
Small, enough storage area, we like the coffee in the room and the mini fridge. It was great to have the balcony on the sea days, pool gets to congested for my taste Read More
Small, enough storage area, we like the coffee in the room and the mini fridge. It was great to have the balcony on the sea days, pool gets to congested for my taste Read Less
Sail Date: November 2017
The cabin is located halfway between two sets of stair cases. Standard 2 twin (convertable to queen) bed, couch that turns into a third bed during turn down. It's not the most comfortable due to the ridges and fixtures to turn it into a ... Read More
The cabin is located halfway between two sets of stair cases. Standard 2 twin (convertable to queen) bed, couch that turns into a third bed during turn down. It's not the most comfortable due to the ridges and fixtures to turn it into a bed. Noticed the in-room air wasn't working properly. From NYC, it was blowing out AC even though we set it to "warmer". There was no dial to turn down the fan so it was constantly blowing. Wasn't a big deal as we headed to the Caribbean where we needed the AC. On the return, though, it felt colder as the outside temperatures were dropping. "Warmer" still wasn't warming and the fan was going full tilt. Asked our room steward for assistance, it wasn't something he could fix. Hopefully the engineers or whomever he put in a request will get that adjusted for the next cruisers. The room steward gave us fleece-like blackets that were warmer than what was provided in the room. Nonetheless, my sister got a cold because the air flow direction was towards her side of the room. Read Less
Ever Changing Itinerary : Cabin 10568
Sail Date: October 2017
Great location on the ship. More forward of mid, between centre stairwell and fore stairwell. We tended to use the stairs more with proximity to decks 6/7 and 12/13 being close to us. Jonathan T was our steward and was great. Noise not ... Read More
Great location on the ship. More forward of mid, between centre stairwell and fore stairwell. We tended to use the stairs more with proximity to decks 6/7 and 12/13 being close to us. Jonathan T was our steward and was great. Noise not an issue. Bed was comfortable, as were the pillows. Standard NCL bathroom for this class of room. Adequate space to store our clothes, with empty luggage slid under bed during our trip. The sofa was a bit hard and not all that comfortable - and I expect that it could be used as a pullout bed for a third passenger - which I would imagine making this area quite tight. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Smallest balcony cabin we have ever had. Carnival provides the largest cabins! Royal Caribbean and Celebrity offer good sized balcony cabins. The bathroom was too cramped and too small for an upgraded cabin! Cabin steward was awesome ... Read More
Smallest balcony cabin we have ever had. Carnival provides the largest cabins! Royal Caribbean and Celebrity offer good sized balcony cabins. The bathroom was too cramped and too small for an upgraded cabin! Cabin steward was awesome and kept our room spotless and provided nightly entertaining towel animals :) Read Less
Canadian Cruise : Cabin 10548
Sail Date: October 2017
The balcony cabin was very nice. It had ample storage space especially since we had heavy clothing which took up more room. We could store all the luggage easily under the bed. The only complaint is the bathroom - the toilet space with ... Read More
The balcony cabin was very nice. It had ample storage space especially since we had heavy clothing which took up more room. We could store all the luggage easily under the bed. The only complaint is the bathroom - the toilet space with the wall between the toilet and the sink is stupid. It is such a tight, cramped area. Our babin steward, Sandy, kept the cabin in excellent shape. It was always clean and nicely supplied. If we had a question or concern, she promptly got us an answer. Read Less
On balance a good cruise : Cabin 10052
Sail Date: October 2017
We appreciated the sliding door for the shower. Better than trying to pull a curtain. Our cabin steward was very attentive. Read More
We appreciated the sliding door for the shower. Better than trying to pull a curtain. Our cabin steward was very attentive. Read Less

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