Up to three guests can stay in these Oceanview Staterooms. Includes two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate one more, as well as a picture window to enjoy the view. These staterooms are mid-ship accommodations, which means you'll have easy access to everything on board.
5536 is a midship Oceanview. Compared with Carnival Oceanview rooms it is smaller (no couch). But, it is well arranged with good storage, and suited us well. Being mid-ship it is a long walk to any elevator, but still Ok Read entire member review >>
We had 5546 and our friends 5544. These were incredibly noisy cabins due to the proximity of the gangway and the stewards room where the doors were continually opening/shutting and slamming from 6am. The cabins were roomy and had plenty of storage space but this in no way made up for the noise from us docking at 6am every day with all the associated noises continuing for an hour and the noise from the stewards room. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was clean, a bit small. The overhead bunk bed was difficult to avoid when getting up in the middle of the night--easy to bump your head. I loved the sliding glass doors on the shower and toilet room--no messy shower curtains spraying water all over. Small closet but lots of drawers and desk tops. Read entire member review >>
We had a double and a twin between the 4 of us, with a joining door which we didn't have the option to lock when we wanted. Plenty of storage room, fresh flannels each day and you could have fresh towels each day if required, pool towels provided. There was a good hairdryer, but it was heavy. US & european plug sockets. Read entire member review >>
Had 2 cabins, first 9105 would not wish it on my worst enemies, had to climb over the bed to get in as no room to walk round on my side. My wife had a beautiful bruise on her shoulder from the bed on the wall whilst getting out of bed. The music now coming up from the Atrium till midnight was a big problem. Do not wish to go through all the discusions as mentioned above with guest services but saying that the ship was full (normal) and then WOW we have found one when they realisation that the music could be a problem but it is the same type and next to a cabine with young children (noisy) is no help. Anyway then they found another one what a suprise, 5578, PEACE. Nice cabin. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was well kept and clean. Justin our steward was just the best. Was blessed by him singing happy birthday to me and giving me a cupcake!! Justin was always so nice and did whatever we needed Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 5552 mid ship, ok window and view- noise from cabin next door and kids running down the hall. so so bed-certainly not up to first class hotel standards. Low deck meant than in some ports there are walls you can't see over from that level. Worst was BEDBUGS! Read entire member review >>
This was a great cabin. There were four 110 electrical outlets and an Internet jack. We had more closet and cabinet space than we needed. It was close to the restaurants and Bar City as well as the Atrium lobby. One day they used the gangway adjacent to our cabin for debarcation at a port, but mostly it was very quiet. This is the most stable cabin on the ship. It is located on a lower deck, midship. It has a large window that is unobstructed. The cabin needed better lighting. NCL has the best designed bathrooms at sea. Read entire member review >>
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