Mid-Ship Inside
With room for up to four guests, these Inside Staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate two more. These staterooms are mid-ship, so you'll have easy access to everything on board.

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Mid-Ship Inside (IB) Cabin Reviews

I liked the room. Providing a power strip for all the electronics that people carry would be nice. The ability to turn on or off the announcements in the rooms vs just to hear in the hall would be better.
I liked the room. Providing a power strip for all the electronics that people carry would be nice. The ability to turn on or off the announcements in the rooms vs just to hear in the hall would be better. Read Less
Sail Date September 2015
Nice inside room close to the action but still quite. Works well for two people. If announcements are on while tv is on if you hit mute you can heard it though the speakers.
Nice inside room close to the action but still quite. Works well for two people. If announcements are on while tv is on if you hit mute you can heard it though the speakers. Read Less
Sail Date December 2014
Wonderful : Cabin 8001
Large enough for 2 with out being on top of each other. The only problem we had was the lack of light. Messes up our natural body timing. Clean and attened at all times.
Large enough for 2 with out being on top of each other. The only problem we had was the lack of light. Messes up our natural body timing. Clean and attened at all times. Read Less
Sail Date September 2014
We stayed in cabin 9585. Our room was small, but perfectly adequate, with enough closet and drawer space for the two of us. We chose a cabin that was mid-ship on deck 9, as it was near everything. Being mid-ship also helped during times ... Read More
We stayed in cabin 9585. Our room was small, but perfectly adequate, with enough closet and drawer space for the two of us. We chose a cabin that was mid-ship on deck 9, as it was near everything. Being mid-ship also helped during times with rough seas (which are rare in Alaska, but we still felt the boat rocking) because the middle of the ship rocks less than the ends. We were really close to all of the amenities and could run back to our room if we forgot anything. The hallways are really long on the ship, and being at either end means you're taking a lot more time to talk back and forth to your stateroom. Our room steward was Norbie, and he was so nice. He learned our names right away, always greeted us, and did a great job. He made us the cutest towel animals. We left him an extra tip (on top of NCL's $12 per person per day service charge) because he was so great. It was an inside room, and though we would have loved a balcony, it wouldn't have been worth doubling the price of our cruise to have that, since there are so many public spaces from which to view everything. Read Less
Sail Date June 2013

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