Penthouse with Large Balcony
Perfect for a romantic getaway, you will fall head over heels for these fabulous Penthouses featuring a queen size bed, luxury bath and amazing views. Category SE offers more space.

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Penthouse with Large Balcony (SF) Cabin Reviews

Everything I expected. : Cabin 8132
Sail Date: September 2018
Aft Penthouse. Decent space for 3 with a table area. Loved the wide Aft balcony perfect for Alaska. Not much wind, couldn't hear any engine noise inside the cabin. Rather quiet location. Full bath but the tub was quite high of a ... Read More
Aft Penthouse. Decent space for 3 with a table area. Loved the wide Aft balcony perfect for Alaska. Not much wind, couldn't hear any engine noise inside the cabin. Rather quiet location. Full bath but the tub was quite high of a step in. Read Less
NCL Land Cruise Package : Cabin 10164
Sail Date: July 2018
Clean, neat, roomy and Miguel our room steward, John our Concierge and Sayit our Butler were better the excellent. Only small negative - the room on the right (facing the bed) is a little narrow. But it is more then livable. Great views ... Read More
Clean, neat, roomy and Miguel our room steward, John our Concierge and Sayit our Butler were better the excellent. Only small negative - the room on the right (facing the bed) is a little narrow. But it is more then livable. Great views all along the inland passage and especially in Ketchikan we were able to watch seaplanes land and takeoff. Read Less
Extreme Luxury : Cabin 9670
Sail Date: July 2018
Spacious, comfortable, well appointed, well furnished, beautiful view!
Spacious, comfortable, well appointed, well furnished, beautiful view! Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
Our cabin was nice, but not as large as comparable suites on other cruise lines. We had a butler, but didn’t really need one. We like to be out and about for meals therefore there was no service for him to provide.
Our cabin was nice, but not as large as comparable suites on other cruise lines. We had a butler, but didn’t really need one. We like to be out and about for meals therefore there was no service for him to provide. Read Less
A wonderful vacation : Cabin 8632
Sail Date: May 2017
The cabin was very nice, but could use an update. I am excited to see how the cabins are once they are all updated.
The cabin was very nice, but could use an update. I am excited to see how the cabins are once they are all updated. Read Less
NCL BIG DISAPPOINTMENT : Cabin 10666
Sail Date: April 2017
Not at all worth the money in the least. Was supposed to sleep 3 to 4 people, the 3rd "bed " was a narrow, horribly hard and horrendously uncomfortable chair that folded out to a bed the size of a small cot. The bathroom was so ... Read More
Not at all worth the money in the least. Was supposed to sleep 3 to 4 people, the 3rd "bed " was a narrow, horribly hard and horrendously uncomfortable chair that folded out to a bed the size of a small cot. The bathroom was so much smaller than regular balcony cabins we have been in and the position of the bed made it impossible to use one side because it was too close to the wall. All in all a minus score on the " Penthouse ".. Read Less
Fun with limits : Cabin 10166
Sail Date: February 2017
Very nice, comfy, great balcony, good bath room. No compaints.
Very nice, comfy, great balcony, good bath room. No compaints. Read Less
Trip of a Lifetime : Cabin 9672
Sail Date: January 2017
The bed could have been better. It was very firm and so were the pillows. The room was spacious. We had a handicap room, so it was laid out a little different than the online picture, but I loved the walk-in shower. Room had so much ... Read More
The bed could have been better. It was very firm and so were the pillows. The room was spacious. We had a handicap room, so it was laid out a little different than the online picture, but I loved the walk-in shower. Room had so much storage space, that we didn't use it all. We were a little worried about noise from water churning from the props, but really couldn't hear it with the balcony door closed, and it was soothing when we sat on the balcony. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2017
Our aft penthouse suite (10166) was a little disappointing in size with a small bathroom leading off a very narrow short corridor separating it from the wardrobe. The wardrobe was accessible from both sides though. The bathroom itself, ... Read More
Our aft penthouse suite (10166) was a little disappointing in size with a small bathroom leading off a very narrow short corridor separating it from the wardrobe. The wardrobe was accessible from both sides though. The bathroom itself, though small in area, was well equipped with lots of towels. The tap (faucet) over the hand basin was too long and did not swivel, so you could possibly hit your face on it whilst washing. There was a large, comfortable bed with curtains to surround it if required. Although the wardrobe was a good size, drawer spaces were a bit small. There were two safes in the suite plus a flat panel TV and coffee machine that would supply a variety of hot drinks. The balcony was provided with two sun loungers and a small table. Occasionally we experienced smut landing on the area. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2016
The stateroom was a good size and pretty well thought out. There is about 6 feet of room at the foot of the full king size bed and another 6 feet to one side of the bed where there is a sofa bed(single). There is a standard, cruise size ... Read More
The stateroom was a good size and pretty well thought out. There is about 6 feet of room at the foot of the full king size bed and another 6 feet to one side of the bed where there is a sofa bed(single). There is a standard, cruise size desk along one wall with a fairly small (26” ?) flat screen TV. Also has a DVD player with free access to a somewhat limited but adequate list of DVDs. There is a small (30” x 30”) table which can realistically accommodate 2 people. It was quite handy for room service and as a flat surface for accumulated miscellany. There were many features that utilized the space very well. The closet is a fair size (about 5 ft of hanger space) with doors on the hall/ entry side as well as the bathroom side – so it was essentially a walk-through closet. We were surprised at how many times, when both of us were getting dressed to go out, we took advantage of this feature. The pillow-top king bed was very comfortable and had dense satin privacy curtains hanging from sliding tracks in the ceiling that completely cordoned off the sleeping space from the living area. This allowed one spouse to read or do whatever and not interfere with the other spouse napping of retiring earlier. Again, we were surprised at how often we took advantage of this feature. The bathroom was also pretty good sized with a shower/tub combination and toilet area separated by a sliding door. It wouldn’t be considered “spacious” - but nor was it cramped. For early risers, an especially appreciated amenity was the small espresso machine in the room. To get a good cup of coffee without having to leave the room was a great benefit. It brewed various coffees and tea. The location of the stateroom is at the very front of the ship, one deck below the bridge. The deck/ balcony is quite large (15 ft x 15 ft approx.) and for a Panama Canal cruise really provided an optimal view of the whole lock system as well as the surrounding areas. The butler and room steward we had were excellent. They were always prompt to respond to issues and were frequently pro-active in anticipating what would make our cruise more enjoyable. Throughout the ship, most all of the crew and staff were friendly, helpful and anxious to help out. There were only a couple of “that’s not my job” types that we ran into. I would rate this room on a cost to value scale at a 4-½. Read Less

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