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Mid-Ship Mini-Suite with Balcony
With room for up to four guests, you'll love these Mini-Suites. Includes two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed as well as a sitting area, luxury bath with shower, additional bedding to sleep two additional guests and a private balcony with a great view. Because it's a mid-ship suite, you'll have easy access to everything on board.

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Mid-Ship Mini-Suite with Balcony (MA) Cabin Reviews

We had a free upgrade to a Mini suite when we booked. And chose this one as it was Port side, midship and near to the stairs and lift. This was a perfect location for us with regard to getting anywhere on the ship and always easy to find ... Read More
We had a free upgrade to a Mini suite when we booked. And chose this one as it was Port side, midship and near to the stairs and lift. This was a perfect location for us with regard to getting anywhere on the ship and always easy to find our cabin when returning. When we got on board an found our cabin we thought that we had made a mistake in choosing this location as we thought that there would be a lot of noise from the corridor but our fears turned out to be unfounded as the soundproofing the door ensured that we we never heard any noise from the corridor. However. This cabin is situated beneath Splash Academy, which is the children’s play area and so there was sometimes a lot of noise coming from above from the children running and having fun, Sometimes until 10pm. no wonder they offer free ‘upgrades’ to this Cabin (Mini Suite). On balance the upgrade to the mini suite was worth it for the size of the cabin especially the bathroom which had a half size bath and a shower. The contents of the cabin in general was pretty much the same as the other cabins with TV , hairdrier, coffee maker, safe, mirror mini bar/fridge and plenty of storage, and a wardrobe full of hangers. To give you an idea of the size difference of the cabin. The balconies on deck 11 overhang the balconies below by approximately the full depth of a standard balcony so imagine your cabin being the size of a standard cabin and balcony combined. Then leading out to the actual balcony, which itself was a decent size but about standard with the other cabins. Plenty of room for two chairs and a decent size table but sadly, the table was a tiny coffee table. We had breakfast in our cabin a couple of times but it was a struggle to eat it without a decent table. As with the other cabins , ours was very clean and comfortable and Albert, our Steward kept it and looked after us very well. There are no smoking signs on all balconies but we could always smell cigarette smoke from other cabins. On one occasion, we found cigarette butts on our balcony that had blown in TIPS If you like sunrises and sunsets, consider the direction and times of sailings when choosing which side of the ship you want your balcony. I got it wrong and we always seemed to be on the wrong side (Lesson learned for next time) Take an extension block with a European plug (we found one on amazon with a euro plug and British sockets and usb’s Which proved invaluable. Look for the handy USB sockets under the bedside lamps Have earplugs handy for the scampering sound from above and the sound from the adjacent cabin with the Honeymooners (funny at first but got to be annoying after a while) ( also might explain the cigarette smoke) come to think of it, you could always put the earplugs up your nose too. If you need anything just ask your steward they will be happy to sort it for you. At a very interesting Q&A session with the senior officers. One passenger asked the question about the lack of towel animals, mints on pillows and Ice/Ice buckets in cabins. The reply was about economy and that most of the mints were left untouched, most of the ice was wasted etc so the Cruise line had stopped providing them automatically, but said that if you request that stuff, they will happily provide it free of charge. At the Q&A session they also said that the cruise line spends a lot of effort of filtering water the tap water in the cabins is 100% drinkable and that there was no need to buy the expensive bottled water. We tried it and it was good Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
This particular room is directly underneath Splash Acadamy. It is sometimes open as late at 1:30 am. This makes it hard to sleep an almost impossible to nap after a long day onshore. I would avoid this and any immediately surrounding ... Read More
This particular room is directly underneath Splash Acadamy. It is sometimes open as late at 1:30 am. This makes it hard to sleep an almost impossible to nap after a long day onshore. I would avoid this and any immediately surrounding rooms. Cabi was nice and clean. The bathroom was a good size and comfortable to use. The balcony was a plus. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
This was the 1st time we have booked a Mini Suite as we usually book regular balcony cabins. Our room was great! Very roomy for us with plenty of storage space for our 14 days of clothing we brought along. Our cabin attendant was ... Read More
This was the 1st time we have booked a Mini Suite as we usually book regular balcony cabins. Our room was great! Very roomy for us with plenty of storage space for our 14 days of clothing we brought along. Our cabin attendant was outstanding! Balcony was also bigger that most regular balcony cabin balconies are. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
Plenty of space in the cabin. Nice to have a bathtub. Located under the pool deck, so on a cruise in a warmer climate, deckchair movement in the morning may be a problem if you're trying to sleep.(I always bring earplugs when I
Plenty of space in the cabin. Nice to have a bathtub. Located under the pool deck, so on a cruise in a warmer climate, deckchair movement in the morning may be a problem if you're trying to sleep.(I always bring earplugs when I cruise.) Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
Our cabin was perfect; plenty of space for my wife and I. I loved having a bath tub where I could soak after a day of lots of walking! Our room steward and the assistants were very attentive. Was so beautiful watching fjords from our ... Read More
Our cabin was perfect; plenty of space for my wife and I. I loved having a bath tub where I could soak after a day of lots of walking! Our room steward and the assistants were very attentive. Was so beautiful watching fjords from our balcony as we cruised through Norway! Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
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The cabin was great - plenty of room for a family of four (small children though - 6 & 9). Our steward was helpful and friendly. The only complaint I have about the cabin has nothing to do with the ship itself, but our neighbors ... Read More
The cabin was great - plenty of room for a family of four (small children though - 6 & 9). Our steward was helpful and friendly. The only complaint I have about the cabin has nothing to do with the ship itself, but our neighbors smoked like chimneys even though there are signs and rules about not smoking on the balconies. It was our fault for not reporting it though. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019

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