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 (OX) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: January 2018
Our cabin was at first impression very small. Th bed was a queen, but once split into 2 twin beds we had a lot more room. There was enouh storage space to put all our belongings. There was a small bathroom with sliding doors to shower and ... Read More
Our cabin was at first impression very small. Th bed was a queen, but once split into 2 twin beds we had a lot more room. There was enouh storage space to put all our belongings. There was a small bathroom with sliding doors to shower and toilet. Once again when everything had been put in its place, adequate. There was a flat scren tv which we used a lot . The Australin Open tnnis was broadcast live every day. A tiny fridge was supplied as well. And ice was available on request. The only thing missing was a small couch or an armchir. There was a straight chair nd a stool, but not very welcoming. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2016
Adequate Picture window obstructed but could see out, Sideways room setup which we like. Good location
Adequate Picture window obstructed but could see out, Sideways room setup which we like. Good location Read Less
Sail Date: June 2015
This cabin was a wheelchair accessible (even though I didn't need an accessible room) which ended up being very nice as the bathroom had a little bit of elbow room. I was worried that it might be noisy since it is VERY close to ... Read More
This cabin was a wheelchair accessible (even though I didn't need an accessible room) which ended up being very nice as the bathroom had a little bit of elbow room. I was worried that it might be noisy since it is VERY close to O'Sheehans (the 24 hour eatery) but I was very sheltered and quiet. Read Less
1st time on NCL : Cabin 8098
Sail Date: April 2015
Although this handicap cabin was much smaller than we had on any other ship, it was functional and comfortable. View was only partially obstructed by a lifeboat. Beds were comfortable and all services worked as expected without drama. ... Read More
Although this handicap cabin was much smaller than we had on any other ship, it was functional and comfortable. View was only partially obstructed by a lifeboat. Beds were comfortable and all services worked as expected without drama. First day I mistakenly triggered a help button and the response was immediate. There was plenty of room for DW's little scooter and charging power was conveniently available including a handy extra shelf to hold the charger. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2015
Booked this room as a budget - inside rate, my Vacations2Go agent moved me to here. I was expecting a large lifeboat to partially or totally block our view, but that simply was not the case. 8118 had a great view with a full-size picture ... Read More
Booked this room as a budget - inside rate, my Vacations2Go agent moved me to here. I was expecting a large lifeboat to partially or totally block our view, but that simply was not the case. 8118 had a great view with a full-size picture window. It actually "set-in" to the wall, my wife could sit up there and look out over the ship, which was pretty cool. The cabin was small compared to Royal Carribean, and included a small bunk which folded onto the wall above my head - I didn't really care for that, I suppose would have been functional for a third person if needed. The shower and bath area was really small; I much prefer the circular showers aboard RCL; I am a full-grown man and my elbows seemed to be rubbing against the walls in the showers. I will add that my wife preferred the bath area to RCLs as there are three separate enclosures toilet/sink/shower. But, the room was clean and well-maintained. No issues there. I was expecting to be able to use the electric fan I had packed, but it got confiscated at embarkation and returned to me on the last night. Sleeping with a sunburn can be a bit uncomfortable... The Filipino housekeeper Don was wonderful. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2015
Old but very cleana bit noisy during the nights and the afternoon at Banana Coast (machine/construction -type sound, not human voices)Plenty of storage space for two of usThe rubber portion near the window is loose and somewhat worn.Nice ... Read More
Old but very cleana bit noisy during the nights and the afternoon at Banana Coast (machine/construction -type sound, not human voices)Plenty of storage space for two of usThe rubber portion near the window is loose and somewhat worn.Nice surprise about the ocean view window is that my husband saw a huge sting ray surfaced, chasing for something during one of the sea days...very cool! Read Less
Sail Date: February 2015
Plenty of drawer space. Bathroom extremely small. Room size the same as most ships.
Plenty of drawer space. Bathroom extremely small. Room size the same as most ships. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2014
Our cabin was spotlessly clean thanks to our friendly cabin steward, Putu. It had plenty of storage. The porthole window was unusual, not flush with the ship's wall, but was recessed approximately 3 feet. It was like looking through a ... Read More
Our cabin was spotlessly clean thanks to our friendly cabin steward, Putu. It had plenty of storage. The porthole window was unusual, not flush with the ship's wall, but was recessed approximately 3 feet. It was like looking through a cannon, a cannon with a shiny interior barrel, so that whenever the sun was on that side, it amplified the light to near blinding. We heard our neighbors only once briefly and heard no noise from above or below. We could hear wave noise (which I like) and noise from the thrusters (loud enough to make the ceiling rattle) when the ship maneuvered in and out of port. That did not bother me either as I found it kind of exciting. But I would not book this type of room again due the porthole issues. Read Less
Excellent Ride : Cabin 8054
Sail Date: September 2014
I chose this cabin based on reviews from other travelers on this site. While it is in the Obstructed Oceanview category there isn't that much of an obstruction. A small lifeboat is outside of the window but you can see right over and ... Read More
I chose this cabin based on reviews from other travelers on this site. While it is in the Obstructed Oceanview category there isn't that much of an obstruction. A small lifeboat is outside of the window but you can see right over and past it, especially compared to the cabins that look out at the large style lifeboats that almost completely block your view. Being on deck 8 was perfect, it was close enough to the action on decks 6 and 7 without being too noisy. A short elevator ride up took us to most of the restaurants and pool on deck 12. It was a forward cabin which I liked and it seemed like there was less motion of the boat than in the back, especially on our sea day coming home when the boat was rocking pretty good. I found the cabin surprisingly roomy. It didn't feel too small or confining. The bathroom was on the small side but I would rather have the little bit more space in the main cabin than in the bathroom anyway. Read Less

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