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: October 2018
The cabin was a standard Norwegian balcony cabin like the ones we have had on the Jade. The room was comfortable and the steward was very good at making up and turning down the cabin. His towel animals were well done and we especially ... Read More
The cabin was a standard Norwegian balcony cabin like the ones we have had on the Jade. The room was comfortable and the steward was very good at making up and turning down the cabin. His towel animals were well done and we especially liked the monkey. Read Less
A Gem of a Cruise : Cabin 10618
Sail Date: October 2018
A nice cabin, very quiet with adequate drawers, closet, etc. The bed was very comfortable. The bathroom was surprisingly large, although some might have difficult with the amount of space in the actual toilet area. The balcony was nice, ... Read More
A nice cabin, very quiet with adequate drawers, closet, etc. The bed was very comfortable. The bathroom was surprisingly large, although some might have difficult with the amount of space in the actual toilet area. The balcony was nice, even though it was too cold to use it much, but we popped out often to look at things. Even dolphins! Read Less
Sail Date: September 2018
The cabin was nice, with a great starboard location. We used the balcony most mornings to observe the scenery as well as watch our arrival into port. The bathroom felt larger than other ships we've been on, with enough room to ... Read More
The cabin was nice, with a great starboard location. We used the balcony most mornings to observe the scenery as well as watch our arrival into port. The bathroom felt larger than other ships we've been on, with enough room to maneuver easily. Beds were comfortable and faced forward, unlike many ships where your head is against the window, but I guess that's what you get with a balcony cabin. Our cabin attendant did a pretty good job overall, but they were repainting the bathroom trash cans during our voyage and we did not have a trash can for a couple of days. Not that big a deal. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2018
WARNING! If you are one of the 160 million Americans who are overweight this ship is NOT for you! The cabin was small, but manageable for one or two. The bathroom / toilet / shower can only be described as tiny. Please see my attached ... Read More
WARNING! If you are one of the 160 million Americans who are overweight this ship is NOT for you! The cabin was small, but manageable for one or two. The bathroom / toilet / shower can only be described as tiny. Please see my attached photos for the dimensions of the entryways of the shower and toilet - both of which opt for a sliding door, instead of curtain. If you have claustrophobia, you may have to use public toilets! The balcony only had chairs with arms. I had to request an arm-less chair for comfort. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2018
We had a balcony cabin mid-ship on the 9th flr. The cabin was not very well maintained, and the bathroom was so tight that using the tiolet required contortions and I am under 5'3. The beds(twins) were pushed together to make a ... Read More
We had a balcony cabin mid-ship on the 9th flr. The cabin was not very well maintained, and the bathroom was so tight that using the tiolet required contortions and I am under 5'3. The beds(twins) were pushed together to make a queen and it kept coming apart and was very uncomfortable because one bed was slightly higher than the other my companion is still complaining about his back and lack of sleep Read Less
Sail Date: August 2018
Small, as all are. Good storage space. Balcony was awesome, we were constantly outside. bathroom small, as to be expected. Room was clean and seemed new. Few outlets. Beds were relatively uncomfortable, but I am picky.
Small, as all are. Good storage space. Balcony was awesome, we were constantly outside. bathroom small, as to be expected. Room was clean and seemed new. Few outlets. Beds were relatively uncomfortable, but I am picky. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2018
We had a balcony cabin mid-ship on the 9th flr. The cabin was not very well maintained, and the bathroom was so tight that using the tiolet required contortions and I am under 5'3. The beds(twins) were pushed together to make a ... Read More
We had a balcony cabin mid-ship on the 9th flr. The cabin was not very well maintained, and the bathroom was so tight that using the tiolet required contortions and I am under 5'3. The beds(twins) were pushed together to make a queen and it kept coming apart and was very uncomfortable because one bed was slightly higher than the other my companion is still complaining about his back and lack of sleep Read Less
Sail Date: July 2018
Cabin was amazing for the 2 of us and we really felt comfortable in the bed. Wife really liked the shower because it got HOT!
Cabin was amazing for the 2 of us and we really felt comfortable in the bed. Wife really liked the shower because it got HOT! Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
The Gem is an older ship so the cabin and bathroom were very small. Our housekeeper, Emerson, was wonderful about cleaning it and leaving fresh towels. He was delightful! The bed was extremely comfortable! If we could afford to - my ... Read More
The Gem is an older ship so the cabin and bathroom were very small. Our housekeeper, Emerson, was wonderful about cleaning it and leaving fresh towels. He was delightful! The bed was extremely comfortable! If we could afford to - my husband would buy the mattress! Read Less

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