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 in some staterooms to accommodate one more. You'll also have a big picture window to enjoy the amazing view.
Small than on some ships but comfortable. I cruise alone so I had plenty of room; two people would be crowded. Very small shower. But my room attendant made sure I had clean towels.
SKY provided gels in dispensers as opposed to small soaps. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small no room for storage. The biggest problem with the room was that the a/c was not working and it was hot, stuffy and smelled like stale air. We called one night because it was so hot in there and no one came to fix it. It was the coldest night outside too, so I am not sure why it was hot in the room. I could barely breath. In the morning, I woke up sick and ended up at an urgent care in Orlando after we docked. Read entire member review >>
We could see the water. We ordered one queen bed. There were 2 twin size, had to call staff to put them together. Sheets were dirty, looked liked make up stains. Comforter had numerous lint balls. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was a little smaller than that on the Getaway, but we expected it so were not discouraged. There were fewer electrical outlets (again, compared to Getaway) to recharge all of our electronics but we worked around that. Everything else was quite nice, just a little more dated than Getaway. If we had never sailed on the Getaway and Epic before this cruise, then the Sky would have seemed quite wonderful. Read entire member review >>
I felt the room was very dated. I hated that there wasn't a clock in the room. The window was gross as well as the drapes. The bed was extremely squeaky and uncomfortable. I had a sore back and neck every morning. Our room was near the back of the boat. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was quiet, clean and cozy. Smaller than a hotel room, but enough room for us to lounge, eat and sleep comfortably. Sheets were changed twice daily and were very soft. Loved the oceanview and will never sleep below ocean level again! Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6003 is great for two adults and one small child. My daughter is 17 and very small and she barely fit in the pullout couch. And be prepared to be stepping over everybody when the bed is pulled out. But the room was clean and bright. Read entire member review >>
Cabin: Ocean View 7209 - Forward/Port - Roomy and plenty storage space for everything we brought for a three-day weekend. Had we stayed longer and brought more things, we would have had plenty space for more. Refrigerator, safe and bathroom all worked fine, had no problems in cabin at all. Read entire member review >>
Small, but very clean and detailed room...excellent steward service. They definitely must clean the salt off the outside of the window after each trip. A true King bed top mattress would be nice not just two doubles put together with pad over top ...crack comes in to play. Shower is small but hot H20 was always available with good towels and soaps. Plenty of cabinet shelves. No noise ever heard except engine shut off at port a t morning. Read entire member review >>
Decent size, small bathroom, above the anchor so you do hear anchor noise in the morning. Feel like a private deck, but no elevators, have to use stairs to get to this level. Read entire member review >>
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