These Norwegian Sky Oceanview Staterooms have room for up to three guests, with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa to accommodate one more. You'll also have a porthole to enjoy the amazing view.
Original room 8311 felt very small, hallway was extremely narrow. Claustrophobics need at least a window or a balcony to feel at ease. Bed make noise when we moved on it, cabin was clean and comforable otherwise. Showers are a tight fit, I am average size, my husband is big and tall. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was more spacious than I expected, however there was a water leak on our floor and the rug in our room was wet and very musty smelling. They were well aware of the issue because they called multiple times and left a note asking if everything was ok, at that point i hadn't noticed a problem yet so i was very confused by the way they were acting. Shortly after that, i noticed the rug and requested that they extract it. Our housekeeper didn't speak very good english and it took a long time to explain to her what the problem was. Read entire member review >>
I didn't spend much time in my room, but the bed was comfortable. The bathroom was small. I love the towel animals they make and the room attendant/housekeeper was nice and caring. Read entire member review >>
I ended up choosing this level of cabin as I wasn't sure what too expect with an inside room and not having windows. While I was hoping for a higher deck, I ended up on Deck 4, which had a port hole window.
The room was nicely furnished and for a single travel, there was almost too much room. Space in the lavatory was adequate, not huge, but did get the job done. A word of advice: if you use a loofa to wash with, make sure to bring one of those stick on hooks you can put in the shower to hang items.
Each day the room was always cleaned very well and the bed was always turned down in the evening. Noise was kept to a minimum the entire time except for port days. As I was close to the anchor and the entrance/exit for port days, you always heard the anchor raising and lowering, which isn't the best wake up call. On port days, the tenders were right next to my window, which could sometimes be an annoyance as I could heard the people on board. Read entire member review >>
We had an oceanview stateroom on forward port side of deck 4 with an unobstructed porthole window. It was a small but perfectly functional room for a 3 day cruise. There's only 1 accessible power outlet at the desk so it's good to bring a power strip. Since NCL is a Pepsi ship, I brought on board an 8 pack of small bottled Diet Cokes which fit perfectly in the mini fridge (I did have to call Housekeeping to request that the mini fridge be emptied of all the minibar crap, which didn't occur until after 1st night turndown service). Beds were not plush, but they weren't rock hard either. Pillows were OK. Linens were nice. Didn't hear much hallway noise during the night. Read entire member review >>
Perfect location, not right next to the stairs but not a mile walk. Felt very little movement from the waves. Cabin was very clean and no notable damage to any part of the cabin. Only downside was the soap provided was not strong enough to wash of all the sun screen, so bring your own just to get extra clean. Read entire member review >>
Great location, right across from crew staircase which we saw as a plus since the crew staircase was the emergency exit route. We enjoyed being on the starboard side. We liked being on deck 4 because it was close to the atrium and restaurants. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was a dcent size. It had 2 twin beds witha small sofa a desk and nightstand between beds. Bathroom was pretty small but everything you need. I did not care for the way the shower is made as I always managed to get water all over the place. The edge to the shower should be taller to keep the water in better. Read entire member review >>
Loud when engines were running. Could hear crew members yelling from below. Far away from elevator. Electric outlet in bathroom didn't work. Clean and comfortable for 2 adults. Read entire member review >>
Not enough closet space. Soap dispensers were badly placed and had poor quality soap. Sheets and towels were wonderful. Bed was great. Never heard any noise or vibration. Limited choices on TV. Sleep timer difficult to operate. No answering machine on phone. Read entire member review >>
Our cabins were a mess. The carpet was coming up off the floor, the threshold in the bathroom was broken, the sheets were stained.
My husbands cabin had a broken sleeper sofa. (We had to get separate cabins due to late booking) Doorways are extremely small, there was no ice machine, just an orange cooler in the hallway......NICE HUH?? Read entire member review >>
cabin was small but funtional.
bathroom was tiny, bigger people will not fit in shower
tv was small and old but had great movies
loved our couch and bedding
ac worked great Read entire member review >>
Good size storage spaces, couch with pullout bed, a few hooks, large porthole. Tiny shower, bathroom outlet didn't work. Quiet hallway, though heard some ship noise in mornings (when pulling into port). Wasn't problematic. Read entire member review >>
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