Mini-Suite with Balcony (MX): Norwegian Pearl Cabin Reviews

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Up to four guests can stay in these Mini-Suites that come with a sitting area, luxury bath with shower, two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to sleep two additional guests. Not to mention you'll have a private balcony to enjoy the incredible view.

Mini-Suite with Balcony (MX)
Decks: Deck 11
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Mini-Suite with Balcony Cabin Reviews
Cabin 11500
Jul 2015
We had a blast! By: turnhob
10 Stars out of 10! I would have given it 11 stars, but there was no way to make tea water that did not taste of coffee. Clean, very comfortable bed, outstanding views, and our cabin steward saw to our every need. Room service was prompt, and breakfast could be delivered at a time of your choice if pre-ordered the night before. Did I say clean? I mean impeccably clean, and in excellent condition. Far better than the very expensive hotel in Seattle after the cruise. Thank you Norwegian?
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Cabin 11510
Jan 2015
We booked a mini-suite in the front part of the ship, room 11510. We were pleasantly surprised with the lay-out of the room. It was very well planned in order to maximize the usage of space and storage, and it had many small things that increased usability. For example there was an extendable clothing line in the shower and there were both US and European outlets (with 110v in the American ones and 220v in the European ones). There was plenty of storage space for all our things, including the kids´ bulky car seats that we were hauling around. Overall we were very happy with our room. It was quiet, we liked the thick curtain that divided the room, and we really enjoyed having the balcony where we could spend time when the kids were tucked in bed in the evenings. The pull out couch was quite hard to sleep on, and might be uncomfortable for adults, but the kids did not seem to mind. We had the steward fold the bed every day in order to increase the walkable space in the room. In the evenings we unfolded it ourselves and made the bed since the steward was not available at the time when our kids went to bed (around 7 p.m.).
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Cabin 11136
Jul 2009
Alaska at last By: ColoradoNavigator
Booked a mini-suite and balcony and it was beautifully made up. It had nice tub/shower in the bathroom,  nice wood walls, and the carpeting and bedding were very cheery. The queen size bed was quite VERY comfortable, and my daughter slept on the couch which slid out similar to a futon double bed (it was a little hard but she made due). A thick curtain could be drawn to to allow privacy and it almost gave it a two room feel. The room was a little cramped with an 18 year old and two adults. If hadn't been for the unbelievable price of $149 for the extra person in the room, I would have definitely booked her another room.
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