Obstructed Oceanview
These Oceanview Staterooms sleep up to four guests and have either a picture window or porthole, with an obstructed view. Two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to sleep two more.

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Obstructed Oceanview (OK) Cabin Reviews

Pre-Christmas : Cabin 8556
Very nice, lots of storage, we could see out between lifeboats. Very old TV but the ship status was wonderful (reported see conditions, temp and ship position). Sleeping in our stateroom was not good. This room would be perfect for a night ... Read More
Very nice, lots of storage, we could see out between lifeboats. Very old TV but the ship status was wonderful (reported see conditions, temp and ship position). Sleeping in our stateroom was not good. This room would be perfect for a night owl but we generally go to bed around 10ish and the karaoke lounge directly was active till about 1AM and we could clearly hear every song. The Jewel needs a lot more sound insulation. Read Less
Sail Date December 2012
We stayed in 8574 and my sister in law stayed in 8568. These rooms are pretty spacious compared to inside rooms. I never can figure out the whole square feet thing they list, so if youre like me and want to know the approximate real ... Read More
We stayed in 8574 and my sister in law stayed in 8568. These rooms are pretty spacious compared to inside rooms. I never can figure out the whole square feet thing they list, so if youre like me and want to know the approximate real size, its 9 x 17 (from door to window). Amenities: These rooms come with a spare bed under the main beds and a bunk bed fitting 4 people altogether. (In the room, not on the bunk bed ) Hair dryer, desk, closet, safe, the usual stuff.. NO ROBES in the room, for those of you who ask. I dont care, but I see that question a lot. So there you go. Sound: Both rooms are above Chin Chin, so theres no noise from below or above. There was some kid running up the hall pretty much constantly and at all hours, and one day I finally caught him and asked him what his problem was. Thats not the rooms fault tho. Just noting that I can hear it as a light sleeper. View: These are obstructed view cabins. 8574 is mostly blocked by a lifeboat. Probably 90%. You can see a little ocean and mountains tho. 8568 is probably 10% blocked by a lifeboat. Both have double elongated porthole type windows. (see attachment) Pros: I will be booking a deck 8 obstructed room again for sure. Without giving everything away, (I dont want everyone to book all the rooms! ) Ill just say that its convenient to everywhere. Cons: The kid in the hall kind of makes us want to book at the end of the hall instead of midship. Deck 8 is like a freakin' maze. It winds and turns and even goes up and down. On day 1 I was totally lost. As a comparison, on deck 11 you can see pretty much from one end of the ship to the other. The end that opens to the atrium is very narrow and turns so you cant see if someone is coming. Youll have to keep an eye open. 8574 is mid hall. 8568 is at a turn with a room on only one side and faces a hall junction. This probably leads to more sound problems if youre a light sleeper. Conclusion: Those cons dont make me want to not book this room or deck 8 again. I would for sure. Its just a really great location. You can get to everywhere really easily. 4 stars. It would be 5 if the hall wasnt a maze! Read Less
Sail Date June 2012
Great Spring Break : Cabin 8092
Non-standard cabin layout worked well for twin bed set up. Porthole large and let in a lot of light although it technically qualifies as *a partially obstructed view.* What that meant in reality is that I could keep the shades open even in ... Read More
Non-standard cabin layout worked well for twin bed set up. Porthole large and let in a lot of light although it technically qualifies as *a partially obstructed view.* What that meant in reality is that I could keep the shades open even in port. The location, only a few meters in from one of the stairways/elevator complexes and directly adjacent to the atrium area meant convenience but not quiet whenever there was music playing. Still, I was happier with that than I would have been with ships engines or vibrations. Read Less
Sail Date March 2012
Cabin 8086 has two lifeboat obstructed view oblong porthole windows, which don't offer much of a view, but offer plenty of natural light compared to an inside room. The cabin seemed larger than an inside, and NCL website lists it ... Read More
Cabin 8086 has two lifeboat obstructed view oblong porthole windows, which don't offer much of a view, but offer plenty of natural light compared to an inside room. The cabin seemed larger than an inside, and NCL website lists it as about 20 sf larger. The bathrooms are nice, but really small. Sliding doors separate the sink from commode and shower stall. Plenty of closet space. Small TV. Read Less
Sail Date March 2012
Small bathroom, nice picture window with semi-obstructed view (in between 2 lifeboats). Convenient to elevator/stairs, across from a crew space but not noisy. Slight noise from bands in the evening at the atrium, but that normally ... Read More
Small bathroom, nice picture window with semi-obstructed view (in between 2 lifeboats). Convenient to elevator/stairs, across from a crew space but not noisy. Slight noise from bands in the evening at the atrium, but that normally finished by 10pm. Loved the location. Read Less
Sail Date February 2012
The cabin has a view obstructed by life boats. This was fine with me, because I did not feel closed in and the cabin did get day light. The cabin was quite close to the elevators, but it was rarely noisy. I heard loud voices only a few ... Read More
The cabin has a view obstructed by life boats. This was fine with me, because I did not feel closed in and the cabin did get day light. The cabin was quite close to the elevators, but it was rarely noisy. I heard loud voices only a few times late in the evening. Storage space was quite adequate and the cabin did not seem overly crowded. However, the bathroom/toilet was rather small and it was a step up from the room into the bathroom area. Read Less
Sail Date December 2011
NEVER AGAIN!!!!! : Cabin 8068
Quad cabins only have 1 pulldown bed and one person has to sleep in a cot right against the main bed so it is like sleeping with 3 people in the same bed.
Quad cabins only have 1 pulldown bed and one person has to sleep in a cot right against the main bed so it is like sleeping with 3 people in the same bed. Read Less
Sail Date November 2011
Pleasantly Surprised : Cabin 8556
I only use my cabin to sleep and spend as little time in it as possible. Biggest Shower of any cruise ship. Because of aforementioned they rest of the facility is tight in the restroom. Room Steward was responsive and excellent at his ... Read More
I only use my cabin to sleep and spend as little time in it as possible. Biggest Shower of any cruise ship. Because of aforementioned they rest of the facility is tight in the restroom. Room Steward was responsive and excellent at his job Closet as bis as any other cruise ship and quite adequate. Lots of drawer space. Read Less
Sail Date November 2011
stateroom 8076 obscure view. Plenty of storage for clothes double bed was adequate, shower, washroom, toilet, was adequate wish we had had one with a balcony though our steward was fantastic with his towel animals and did a marvelous job ... Read More
stateroom 8076 obscure view. Plenty of storage for clothes double bed was adequate, shower, washroom, toilet, was adequate wish we had had one with a balcony though our steward was fantastic with his towel animals and did a marvelous job we gave him an extra tip he was well worth it Read Less
Sail Date September 2011

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