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Mid-Ship Mini-Suite with Balcony
With room for up to four guests, you'll love these Mini-Suites. Includes two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed as well as a sitting area, luxury bath with shower, additional bedding to sleep two additional guests and a private balcony with a great view. Because it's a mid-ship suite, you'll have easy access to everything on board.

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Mid-Ship Mini-Suite with Balcony (MA) Cabin Reviews

Amazing Time : Cabin 11056
Our cabin was great - Our room steward (Janice) was so helpful and friendly. Only complaint I would have about the cabin was the cabin next to us where the occupant smoked a cigar every night we were at sea. I thought you couldn't ... Read More
Our cabin was great - Our room steward (Janice) was so helpful and friendly. Only complaint I would have about the cabin was the cabin next to us where the occupant smoked a cigar every night we were at sea. I thought you couldn't smoke on balconies. (i didn't report this because I didn't want any hassle from him) Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
The cabin was spacious, clean and had ample closet space and drawers. Our room butler, Johnathon was friendly and extremely accommodating.
The cabin was spacious, clean and had ample closet space and drawers. Our room butler, Johnathon was friendly and extremely accommodating. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
Not for Us. : Cabin 11552
The cabin was fine although a bit smaller than expected. Luckily enough room for all the water which is delivered in one go at the beginning of the holiday if you have a drinks package. To open the wardrobe door meant you had to stand on ... Read More
The cabin was fine although a bit smaller than expected. Luckily enough room for all the water which is delivered in one go at the beginning of the holiday if you have a drinks package. To open the wardrobe door meant you had to stand on the bed or directly in front of the door. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
Deck chairs are not comfortable - couch in mini-suite would not remain in closed position, very uncomfortable to sit on. Woodwork in cabin squeaked when ship rocked keeping us awake at night. Wifi was not strong enough in many areas to use ... Read More
Deck chairs are not comfortable - couch in mini-suite would not remain in closed position, very uncomfortable to sit on. Woodwork in cabin squeaked when ship rocked keeping us awake at night. Wifi was not strong enough in many areas to use the onboard app or send email. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
The Gem of the Fleet : Cabin 11568
Not all Mini-Suites are equal. While ours was a little smaller than neighboring cabins, with an entry door that was too narrow to fit a travel stroller, it was otherwise comfortable with a good size balcony. Our cabin steward, Lincey ... Read More
Not all Mini-Suites are equal. While ours was a little smaller than neighboring cabins, with an entry door that was too narrow to fit a travel stroller, it was otherwise comfortable with a good size balcony. Our cabin steward, Lincey Mitchell, was top-drawer in her service - friendly, timely and thorough at every aspect of her work. She was accordingly rewarded. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
Inside Stateroom (IC) and Mini-Suite with Balcony (MA) The floor plans shown at NCL.com are accurate. Both rooms had two 110V and one 220V (European) outlets (no outlets in the bathroom). The mini-suite had a tea/coffee maker, the ... Read More
Inside Stateroom (IC) and Mini-Suite with Balcony (MA) The floor plans shown at NCL.com are accurate. Both rooms had two 110V and one 220V (European) outlets (no outlets in the bathroom). The mini-suite had a tea/coffee maker, the inside did not. The mini-suite had a shower/tub; the inside was shower only. The toilet, sink, and shower were all separated by two see-through doors in the mini-suite; in the inside, there was no door between the toilet and sink, but there was a see-through door for the shower. Both rooms had a telephone, safe, small refrigerator, TV, and beach towels. The outside door is metal, so you can affix magnetic message boards on it. We slid notes under the door. Stiff index cards worked better than notebook paper because of the narrow gap between the door and floor. The TV had limited shows, but plenty of onboard information, including your Account Review, Navigation info, Movies ($9.99), Dining, Parental Controls, Ports & Tours, Messages, Spa, Onboard Attractions, Casinos at Sea, Onboard Services, Onboard Shopping, and Bars & Lounges. If you are considering an inside stateroom, be aware that it is small. The picture on the website is THE bedroom. That’s it! The main bed is two twins that can be pushed together (like in the picture) or separated. The third bed folds down from the wall. It’s probably not too bad for two adults and two children. It may be claustrophobic with 3-4 adults. After you make your reservation, NCL may offer you an Upgrade Advantage. This is a program where you can bid on an upgrade. If NCL accepts your bid (as late as two days prior to your sail date), your credit card will be charged automatically and you will receive an email of your new room assignment. Your perks will not change, but the additional cost may be worth the larger room. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
Enjoyed the Gem : Cabin 11062
Our cabin was very a nice size and very comfy. The bathroom was much larger than expected, although the water pressure and temp were very not great. The pressure was low and even turned all the way to cold the water was still very, very ... Read More
Our cabin was very a nice size and very comfy. The bathroom was much larger than expected, although the water pressure and temp were very not great. The pressure was low and even turned all the way to cold the water was still very, very warm. Our steward Julius was amazing, very friendly and kept the cabin spotless! Read Less
Sail Date October 2018

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