Great for up to four guests, these staterooms feature two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and pull down beds in some staterooms that sleep two more. And because they are mid-ship, you'll have easy access to all the great activities and dining options on board.
This was a WC accessible room, and made getting my scooter in/out very easy. AC was very, very weak, had to ask for a fan which was a fiasco to ask for, took three calls; the carpet was worn (wasn’t vacuumed upon arrival or during our stay), beds were sagging, the bathroom had mildew, and caulk on top of caulk. Also, there was only one plug in the entire room! The first night was horrible, as we could hear something that resembled a dumpster with a wrench and a metal colander inside it, and the dumpster just rolled back and forth. Didn’t hear it the other nights, thankfully. Otherwise beware, one side of the room faces the atrium elevators and you'll hear whatever band is playing in the atrium, in addition to the vibrations from the band on the 11th floor. Read entire member review >>
Not much to say about an inside cabin. Just basic, met our needs. Mid ship, upper level is good. I did not feel much sway of the ship or noise from the engines. Although I would not choose this cabin again because it was right near the atrium and when bands were playing, we were able to hear the music up until midnight, but that's not really too late anyway. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was comfortable and our stewardess kept it perfect the entire vacation. We cruise to experience the ports and ship, not to stay in our cabin so mid-ship inside is the perfect size and value for us. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was a basic inside one but had a little sofa so that was nice.
I didn't like the pulls on the cupboards which were hard to open but may be replaced on the drydock. I'm also not a fan of shower curtains but managed.
The steward Maria was very nice & helpful. Read entire member review >>
The rooms were cleaned everyday with adorable towel elephants and rabbits! They did a great job keeping the room clean and dropping off the daily itinerary. Norwegian has an extra cost for room service - just to note. Read entire member review >>
The room was in much better condition than the room I had originally on the Sky in 2010. It was well looked after and well-maintained for a ship that has as much turn over as the Sky does. The newer Norwegian ships don’t have the shower curtain. I forgot the Sky did but it was a very minor inconvenience battling that for the cruise. The TV had been updated to a flat screen from the white tubed TVs they used to have when I sailed her last. Read entire member review >>
The inside staterooms were okay, a little dated, but it was just a place to sleep and nothing more. The hot water was AWESOME! And I was even willing to overlook the fact there was a little mildew in the showers. House keeping was super attentive, and made our beds at least twice, since we'd go in and out the room through the day. Read entire member review >>
Room 8129, inside stateroom, nice location on deck 8 just aft of center, elevators located short distance to the left or right of the room. Room small but adequate, Pillows are terrible(bring your own). Bed comfortable. The smallest T.V. you could imagine. Shower is small and water constantly changes from very hot to freezing cold. Read entire member review >>
Quiet. 3 super small drawers. Only space for suitcases is under the beds. Only 1 electrical outlet. Very few hangers. Very clean. Small couch and desk chair. Blow drier in desk drawer. Shampoo and shower gel in shower dispenser. No lotion or conditioner. Read entire member review >>
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