Family Balcony
These connecting staterooms are great family accommodations. You can bring the whole family, with room for up to four guests. Features two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa to sleep two more, as well as a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony.

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Family Balcony (B3) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: April 2017
Our stateroom was excellent. The room was spotless. We understand the ship will undergo a refit this fall, but the only "wear" in our room was a small crack in the sink. The carpet was clean and showed no excessive wear (the ... Read More
Sail Date: April 2017
The cabin was clean, small and always kept nice by the cabin steward. Liked having the balcony. We are not smokers, and someone was smoking all the time on a balcony a couple of doors down, which they are not supposed to do. It wasn't very ... Read More
Last NCL cruise ever : Cabin 9032
Sail Date: May 2016
Of all the cruises I have ever been on, this cabin was the smallest. It smelled old and had very dated carpet. The bedding was nice. The TV was a 15 inch. Too small to enjoy. The blackout drapes had lots of holes in them, and it ... Read More
Wonderful and amazing : Cabin 9032
Sail Date: May 2016
Clean and roomy. Lots of storage space which help to keep the room organized. The balcony was the best. Read More
Mixed Bag : Cabin 9528
Sail Date: March 2016
Plenty of room, surprisingly, for the square footage. Laid out well with plenty of storage space for two over-packed adults. Read More
Sail Date: November 2015
Cabin was nice on the inside, the huge issue with this cabin was we couldn't enjoy the balcony. The balcony is located a few decks below the buffet. Other passengers would smoke cigarettes and lean over the edge of the buffet deck and ... Read More
Sail Date: July 2013

10656-nice balcony with two chairs, room for others to stand. Convenient to the stairs to go to the buffet or Great Outdoors. Only issue was that balcony access was limited when the sofa bed was made up.

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Alaskan Adventure : Cabin 8540
Sail Date: June 2012
8540 was a typical balcony cabin with a connecting door. No noises were heard at all from the adjoining stateroom, nor from the room on the other side. The balcony was partially enclosed, which was perfect for a sailing in cooler weather ... Read More
First Timer Beware : Cabin 9028
Sail Date: March 2009
The closet and bathroom were the best part, having a balcony was nice. They are small and we had 2 adjoining. I would've preferred the penthouse or mini suite. Read More

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