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.
This was our first NON-Balcony room. I was a bit nervous but the Porthole was large... about 36" round. They had the headboard of the King bed right in front of the Porthole but we did a little interior design change and made it perfect so we could walk up to the Porthole and look out without climbing onto the bed. Very dated room but big enough for the time we spend in the room. Toilet only plugged once and they fixed it within 4 hours. We travelled with 3 other couples 2 of which had Balcony rooms which were the same size as ours but just had a door to go outside. Considering the length of the cruise and two days in Cuba it would have been a waste to get a Balcony! Read entire member review >>
Very clean; a little cramped..being first timers, said room occupancy 2-3 people, we had 2 twins and a SMALL sofa that opened up into a small bed-good thing my daughter is on the short side!! not made for adults... Read entire member review >>
Traveling with 3 people in this room was a bit tricky. The cabin is quite small but we were not in there a lot. There was enough storage space for all of our items. Rooms were cleaned twice a day, and there were detailed itineries left each night Read entire member review >>
Ok small cabin, clean, beds hard, the port hole was a decent size but it was dirty and covered with sea mist for almost the whole cruise so I enjoyed light but could not see well. Read entire member review >>
Lovely views from the porthole. Very little space for clothing, I would just hang everything up. Samll TV. There is a safe in the room. I would not recommend trying to fit three people in one room. Read entire member review >>
We were on 5th deck forward Category H Oceanview with good size porthole. It was near the staff rooms and was not far from elevators, dining rooms or service desks. The stateroom was nicely laid out with space between twin beds, shelving, hangers, safe and drawers in closet. There were hooks on back of bathroom door and even though small had shelves on either side for personal stuff. There were reading lights above each bed which was a nice feature too. The couch (for a 3rd party) was good for putting suitcases on. Overall happy with room! Read entire member review >>
Cabin 5005. We expected small rooms, and ours was no exception. However, it suited our needs and we didn't hear any noises while we tried to sleep. It was fairly quiet overall. Read entire member review >>
Closet door does not close properly. Water falls into the bathroom floor when taking a shower. Great bed and pillows. Quiet location. Close to crew and to elevators. Elevators were always available, except when boarding or unboarding, since exit is on deck 3 forward Read entire member review >>
Very convenient room just around the corner from the atrium, guest services, and one of the dining rooms. Large port-hole type window gives views, sunlight, and moonlight vistas. The only problem is that it is just under part of the jogging track. If rude joggers decide to run at 2am, it can interrupt sleep for those in the cabin below. Read entire member review >>
5208 and 5209- Very quiet, well insulated, 149 square feet, comparable in size to other ships. Some mornings you could hear a (very muted thump)jogger up above, but jogging is not allowed from 9pm to 8 am. So call the front desk to stop them. These rooms are at the end of the hall, and there is a crew door next to 5209. This door remains closed. The crew goes through that door, but it is not frequent use. When you look at the ship map it appears the public bathrooms are right across from these rooms but really they are not- the access doors to these bathrooms is in the public hallway/atrium area, and the crew door remains closed which blocks off all the traffic /noise from the atrium area. So really you have a private hall, and a quieter one overall. And there really wasn't traffic in the public bathroom area so dont be concerned. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 4205. It was in the front near the elevators and there was very little outside noise.
I will reiterate what I wrote above. We got into our Oceanview rooms around 2pm and I noticed that the room wasn't very clean. When I opened the closet to put some of my clothes away I noticed that there was a quarter on the floor in the closet…guess that they didn't vacuum!! The vanity was a little shorter and had less storage room than RCCL's Oceanview..but its no big deal because how much stuff did you really need to bring for a 3 day, right? The bed was two win beds pushed together so you had that bowing in the middle of the mattresses and the hard part in the center. Read entire member review >>
Close to stairs and elevators but not noisy. Big porthole vs. picture window. Limited dresser drawer space. Can accommodate 3rd pax on tiny fold-out couch which would block bathroom access. Read entire member review >>
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