With room for up to three guests,Norwegian Spirit staterooms have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a pull out sofa to accommodate one more. Along with a sitting area, floor-to-ceiling glass doors and a private balcony with an amazing view.
Smaller cabin than the larger NCL ships, only 1 outlet in the room. Dorm-sized fridge, small balcony, good hair dryer, coffee pot, much less space for clothes than newer NCL ships. Could not see anymore than two people fitting in the room, where storage space would be the issue. Read entire member review >>
Our balcony cabin, 10006 forward, was very well located and quite, but a little smaller than other balcony cabins since it did not have a desk but did have a bigger entrance area. Our room stewart, Antonio, was excellent. Read entire member review >>
More or less as expected.
Why is there a standing lamp, when wall lights for night reading is all that is required.
The dressing table should have a much deeper drawer and another couple of wall sockets for modern electronic devices is now expected.
Cabin Steward did his best. Read entire member review >>
Comfortable and the balcony was quite spacious. It met our needs well. We took along an extension cord with USB plugs as there is only one outlet per cabin and we had multiple devices to charge. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was quite roomy, fine for 2. Nice balcony. Our cabin steward, Christina, was so sweet and accommodating. Bed was super comfy, plus lots of comfy pillows. Adequate space around the sink in bathroom for toiletries, good water pressure in the shower. Read entire member review >>
My cabin was fine. Bed very comfy. Loved my Towel animals. The bathrooms have a unique setup. A glass door in the shower, sink in the middle and a glass door for the Toliet. Efficient. The room was and adequate size and plenty of closet space. Location on the ship was nice one deck up and you were in the pool area. Read entire member review >>
We had 2 connecting balcony rooms, 11050 & 11052.. The closets had enough storage for 3 of us, but when the couch was pulled out into a bed, you had to step on the bed to get to the balcony. More of an annoyance in the mornings trying to get ready and the only outlet being at the vanity. You can't pull the chair out to get ready. So we would have to take all of the bedding off and fold up the chair to have some room. The pull out couch was very comfortable, they brought in an egg crate pad. The bathroom was small, but served it's purpose. The hair dryer in the bathroom is a joke, and your regular hair dryer will only work on the outlet by the vanity. FYI, bring an extension cord with multiple outlets. There is only 1 plug in the room.
Perfect location for sailing into Venice, as all the sights were on our side of the ship. We were able to sit comfortably on our balcony and see everything! Read entire member review >>
Supposedly for 3 - but not at all feasible. The third is a fold out chair - like the ones in some hospital rooms and no one is going to be in a good mood sleeping 12 days on that!
The queen bed had two mattresses put together - so forget cuddling, cause you'll sink into the mid space. Walls are not sound insulated (but the balcony glass doors are?) so I hope our fervent wishes for our noisy neighbours to be laid low with diarrhea came true, cause I don't think they left the cabin for a couple of days and things quietened down a bit.
Water out of the faucet in the bathroom ran yellow, brown and black more than a few times.
Angle of the toilet seat - whoever designed it, perhaps sits on the commode with their legs crossed, but for the rest of humanity it's a geometrically ridiculous set up. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very similar to the cabin onboard the NCL Dawn (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aG19F6XOQz0). The room had enough room for the three of us staying in it, and there was a lot of storage as well. The balcony was very nice, although you could tell it was old. The pull out couch was strange and not like some of the nicer ones on the newer ships. Also the TV is in a weird location and so the remote did not always connect with it. The bathroom was VERY old and a little gross, and also broken into small compartments that were strange. Overall though, the room served its purpose and there were no issues with it. Even when something didn't work (the air conditioning for a few hours), crew members were there to fix it right away! Read entire member review >>
Very tight for 3 adults. Never again. It did have a fridge. Use cannot use you own hair dryer. 1 outlet in entire cabin. Balcony small in width. No bed scarves of bolster pillows. Read entire member review >>
Average, somewhat dated room. Thin, hard mattress. Balcony is ok, not well kept and they have bolted panels to adjoining balconies. Used to be able to open up to adjoining room, very disappointed that I was told we could open door to make balcony bigger with friends next door and they are solid walls now. Read entire member review >>
Typical cruise ship balcony cabin.
However, the balcony is very small.
In the queen bed arrangement there is a bedside cabinet on only one side of the bed. Only a small thing but annoying when nowhere to put my clock, drink, tablets etc. Read entire member review >>
Disappointed with the cabin, water leaking from the shower under the wall and onto the carpet. Wet carpet was very smelly and felt dirty. Black mould in the shower, and we found mouldy meat slices behind the drawers after noticing a bad smell every time we opened them! Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small but felt a little larger because of the balcony which was nice to have for our sea days in particular. Nothing special, but it was nice to be located close to the buffet and other activities on deck 12. Read entire member review >>
our cabin was excellent- middle of the ship, balcony, nobody across from us, quiet neighbors, close to the elevators. The closet space was fine. The only complaint I have is the air conditioner blew in your face in bed all the time. We had to deflect the air flow on one side so we could sleep. Read entire member review >>
The cabin, Category BC 10668, as expected was small, but plenty big enough for the two of us. Our stuff fit into the drawers, closets, and cubbyholes. I don't see how a third person would fit in the room. The balcony held two chairs and a small table. We missed the lounges we had in our aft balcony on RCI during our last cruise. The best part of the cabin was the shower that was easy to control and had good flow. The two cons of the cabin were the thin walls (we could hear our neighbors and their tv set, which they left on well into the night) and the unpleasant odor in the toilet on the first two days and last two days of the trip. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom was a larger size than most, as it was tucked into the back corner of the deck. Not a wheelchair accessible room, it still provided ample space for the wheelchair - we did not have trouble getting around it. The layout of the room is a bit odd - the bathroom door would not fully open, as it hit the side of the bed. The closet was large, lots of shelves. The balcony is a larger size then most regular balconies. The room was very quiet. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was smaller than what I would have liked given that we paid for a balcony but it was perfectly fine.
The bathroom was oddly laid out and uncomfortable - especially the toilet area. We are not big people ( Read entire member review >>
Room 11008 has a really tiny toilet area! The room is so small that when the hide a bed is out at night, you have to crawl over it to get to the balcony. TV is as bad as all ships in shows and very out of date.(analog) The door to the next room will allow smoke and noise into the room. This can be a problem if you neighbors are not considerate. Read entire member review >>
Our Cabin, stateroom 11522, was in a great location, right near the elevators and only one floor down from Raffles Food Court, pools, spa etc. The cabin itself was very congested for three people. The pull out sofa was EXTREMELY uncomfortable and you could feel the springs through the very thin mattress. In order to compensate for the uncomfortable pull out sofa, we placed the sofa pillow on top of the thin sofa mattress to sleep on. This allowed for much more comfortable sleeping. The queen sized bed in the room, on the other hand, was very comfortable. Closet space was very small. The bathroom was quite spacious compared to other cruises that I had been on. We had a very nice balcony that could sit 2 people comfortably. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin, 11016, was good. It was a balcony and the bed was comfy. The bathroom was small and occassionally the toilet area smelled like raw sewerage. One night, there was a private party upstairs in the Galaxy room and so the main doors were closed. However, people would open the door about every 10 seconds and it squeeked and slammed shut. Kept us awake most of the night. Read entire member review >>
Clean fresh carpeting in cabin, great sight lines to starboard side bridge wing for cast off, bathroom tiling coming apart with grout missing on shower floor and sticking up making it a cutting hazard to your feet. Read entire member review >>
The rooms are just way too small. Tiny bathroom that you can barely sit on the toilet and was very slow to flush. Shower was about the largest area in the bathroom. We used the couch bed and had to crawl over it to get to the balcony when it was in use. The walls are thin and will need your neighbors to work with you for quiet. The position of the room is great. The hall is quiet and only a short walk to the elevators and stairs. Only one flight up to most of the good things on the ship. Read entire member review >>
Forward cabin 11000: right under the Galaxy of the Stars. It was somewhat noisy between 10 pm and midnight so if you're not a night owl, this may not be the cabin for you. We liked having passengers on only one side of us and there was not much foot traffic down our wing of the ship. Being so high up and so far forward, we worried about getting sea sick but this was not a problem for us. We're 1st time cruisers so we don;t really know if sea states of 3 and 4 are unusually calm but that could have accounted for the lack of seasickness I suppose! Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was directly below the night club - bad, bad idea unless you're going to be in the club until it closes. It was very, very noisy until the club closed, 2 am one morning! The cabin was ok, the balcony was good but we rarely used it because of the terrible weather. The bathroom was very good and very roomy. The closet was plenty large enough and there was enough storage for all our belongings. The cabin lacks AC outlets, but I brought a multi-outlet adapter and that worked out just fine. It was convenient enough to everything. Read entire member review >>
Cabin seemed smaller than other balcony staterooms on other ships. Balcony was wide enough, but very shallow. Storage space doesn't look like a lot, but it was surprisingly good - plenty of room for luggage under the bed also. Bathroom very small, but shower has sliding door as does the toilet. Furniture a bit worn out. Bed incredibly hard and uncomfortable. Cabin walls very thin and you can hear your neighbors pretty clearly. Read entire member review >>
Convenient to library (coffee) and elevators, but no hallway noise problems. Drapes need replacing and balcony door was heavy and hard to open. Was under the fitness center, but only once heard footsteps above. Loved the spacious and compartmentalized bathroom. Had plenty of storage space. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 11000 on the Spirit was great. Good A/C, load of storage, great head divided into 3 areas. Shower big enough for a fat man. Not much noise from above. View off the balcony almost puts you on the bridge. Read entire member review >>
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