Balcony
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.

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Balcony (BC) Cabin Reviews

Disappointing cruise : Cabin 10112
Sail Date: August 2016
Good space but ensuite had quite a lot of mould.
Good space but ensuite had quite a lot of mould. Read Less
The Ports are the Hero : Cabin 11022
Sail Date: July 2016
Cabin fit-out was "tired", however clean and comfortable. Bed was very comfortable.
Cabin fit-out was "tired", however clean and comfortable. Bed was very comfortable. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2016
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 ... Read More
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 Less
Best Trip Ever : Cabin 9026-9022
Sail Date: June 2016
Wish it was a little bit bigger.
Wish it was a little bit bigger. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2016
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 ... Read More
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 Less

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