Norwegian Jade staterooms are perfect if you want to bring the whole family. With room for up to four guests, there are two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and bedding to accommodate up to two more. Also includes a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony.
The cabin was quite comfortable, a little on the small side. Some of the furniture was showing it's age and could be refreshed. However, the bed was very comfortable. The bathroom, while typically small, was quite nice with adequate shelving. It was kept immaculately clean by the steward. I do think he was over worked as occasionally the cabin was not made up uptight the early afternoon. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was a little smaller than expected, but had excellent storage in the closet and drawers. We had an excellent stateroom attendant. The balcony was great, but it seems that all of the railings on the ship obscure the horizon while you are seated. I felt this was a very quiet cabin despite being so close to the forward elevator. There is a clothesline in the shower, which was a nice touch. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin and our cabin steward was pretty much the highlight of the cruise. Although the cabins were on the small side when compared to Royal Caribbean and Celebrity, our cabin was always cleaned and tidy, and the steward always was very friendly, spoke to us, and addressed us by name. Read entire member review >>
Average with lots of wear and tear. We had the connecting cabin 9024 as well. Balcony doors didn't close properly. Bedside lights did not work. Heating / cooling needed multiple repairs. Lots of rust / flaking paint on balcony. Shower door fell off tracks. Read entire member review >>
Too loud due to pounding waves.. wldve never thunk (perhaps stablizers pulled in and going too fast to make up for lost time on outbound?). Overall - Clean, roomy, comfy and hey... who doesn't love fresh crisp white sheets ! Read entire member review >>
Fantastic cabin! Loved having a balcony. Shower was spacious enough (even for my tall, broad husband!) and the bed was very comfortable. lots of room for our clothes and other belongings. Read entire member review >>
Cabins were small - but the baht configuration was functional. They just would not let us open the adjoining balcony door to be able to hang out with our family in the adjoining cabin - which is our FAVORITE part - so it was awful. Read entire member review >>
Basic mid-ship balcony room was nice, but a little small - especially the shower and toilet area was extremely tight for us. Not much space to move around. (Will go for a larger room on our next cruise.) Read entire member review >>
Standard family stateroom for 3 guests. We had a balcony which was adequately large. It was a quiet location, not far from the aft elevator bank. There was very little noise in our section. Exiting our stateroom we faced a wall so there was not really any problem meeting others exitng their staterooms. Read entire member review >>
The balcony cabin was very small, the bed was a good size but the sitting area was minute, old fashioned TV, uncomfortable settee, virtually no dressing area, not enough sockets, wardrobe adequate just, bathroom was tiny and cramped. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was nice. We had a nice balcony on deck 9 aft close to the middle. The bed wasn't too comfortable but that could be attributed to my age. My neighbors were a bit noisy at times but the cruise line can't enforce courtesy. (It seemed the hallways were quieter than the noise coming from my neighbor's balconies.) I simply closed my patio window. After having been on the EPIC last Sept, I have a whole new appreciation for a standard cabin. The layout is much more user friendly. The bath room is a bit cramped but at least it's private. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin 9144 on NCL Jade was quiet, nice location, near the elevators and stairs and a nice size. It has a loveseat that would make another bed. We like the balcony and was on the "port side" of docking on 2 of the ports. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was excellent, it was clean, the balcony was great the door closed correctly with very little wind noise. We choose this cabin because it was half way between the two aft elevator banks. It was quiet. Well they say we could have four people in it I think it would be very cramped if the bunks were down. Read entire member review >>
We had a balcony cabin on Deck 10, and though it was near the elevator banks it was surprisingly quiet.
We consider our stateroom to have been spacious enough especially since it had a balcony. The bathroom was well-divided with sliding doors on the shower and toilet areas. It had ample closet and drawer space and more than enough storage space for us - but I must say we travel very light!!! Read entire member review >>
Loved the balcony cabin, more spacious than I expected, more than adequate space in the bathroom/shower, plenty of storage, remarkably quiet -- no real disturbance from the hallway or adjoining cabins. Read entire member review >>
Balcony @ 162 sq. ft. is smaller than most other lines, yet functional enough. Still manage to have enough storage and mercifully, the bathroom is better designed than most ,,,, glass shower door and glass door segregating toilet from sink and shower. Although this is a 2006, ship TV's are not flat-panel display. Balcony very small. Bed/linens very comfy, up-to- date. Read entire member review >>
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