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Mid-Ship Oceanview Picture Window
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.

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Mid-Ship Oceanview Picture Window (OB) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: December 2017
The cabin was fairly roomy and very well-laid out. I shared with my brother and we had lots of space for all our stuff and didn't feel cramped. I particularly appreciated all the shelves and nooks for stashing our clothes and so on and ... Read More
The cabin was fairly roomy and very well-laid out. I shared with my brother and we had lots of space for all our stuff and didn't feel cramped. I particularly appreciated all the shelves and nooks for stashing our clothes and so on and even more so, the multiple wall outlets and usb charging ports for all the many techie gadgets we can't seem to live without these days. The bathroom as well was surprisingly roomy and easy to share. I also appreciated the tv and continuously looping set of movies/tv shows that aired, which was good company when I was getting dressed in the mornings and evenings or that came in REALLY handy, when I fell ill with motion sickness on the second-to-last day of travel. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
1. The rooms are small, and the bed was positioned near the wall desk. This allowed 3-4 four inches between the bed and desk, and my wife hit her knee on multiple occasions (causing a visible bruise) while getting up to use the bathroom ... Read More
1. The rooms are small, and the bed was positioned near the wall desk. This allowed 3-4 four inches between the bed and desk, and my wife hit her knee on multiple occasions (causing a visible bruise) while getting up to use the bathroom during the night. We talked with other people in our group and their solution was to dive onto the bed to avoid walking around it. We asked them if there was something they could do, and they moved the bed over increasing the space to 6 inches. 2. The beds were hard, so if you like a firm mattress you will love these. We had previous cruises on other ships with hard mattresses and when asked they provided us with an egg crate which helped tremendously. When we checked with our room steward they brought out a pad approximately ¾ inch deep that helped a little. 3. Our room steward was new (first cruise ever), and he did a GREAT job on the towel animals. The unfortunate thing was whoever was overseeing him neglected to insure he provided us with his name, and how to get in contact during the first few days of our cruise when we would have the most questions. The placard with that information was eventually placed in our room on day three of the cruise. Read Less
Avoid Stateroom 5600 : Cabin 5600
Sail Date: September 2017
First couple of mornings we were woken up by terrible banging overhead round about 5 am. Managed to waken my "requires 2 hearing aids" husband. When I asked what was directly above me, Guest Services lady said the galley for the ... Read More
First couple of mornings we were woken up by terrible banging overhead round about 5 am. Managed to waken my "requires 2 hearing aids" husband. When I asked what was directly above me, Guest Services lady said the galley for the Alizar restaurant. Ah. She said she would forward my complaint and ask them to turn it down a bit/muffle it etc. It worked... for one morning, then fourth morning (reaching Iceland) it started about midnight until after 4am. We were then moved to a different stateroom on the 8th deck. Great, but my gripe with NCL as a company is, we cannot be the only people complaining about this and yet they continue to allocate this stateroom with no warnings/no reductions then react when people complain. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2017
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 More
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 Less
Sail Date: October 2016
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 ... Read More
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 Less

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