Mid-Ship Balcony
These mid-ship staterooms can accommodate up to three guests, with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa in some to sleep one more. They also include a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony. Because these are mid-ship staterooms, you'll have easy access to everything on board.

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Mid-Ship Balcony (BB) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: October 2017
Nice cabin, a typical balcony cabin. Could do with more draw space but that’s not unusual. One of the problems is that with the inclusive drink package two shelfs are lost to bottled water; would be better if it was topped up ... Read More
Nice cabin, a typical balcony cabin. Could do with more draw space but that’s not unusual. One of the problems is that with the inclusive drink package two shelfs are lost to bottled water; would be better if it was topped up regularly rather than supplied in full at start. The en suite was a good size and in good condition. Loved this location which was assigned by NCL. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2017
Good placement for access to lifts and stairs. No noise from above or below. Comfy bed. Good sized shower. Read More
Good placement for access to lifts and stairs. No noise from above or below. Comfy bed. Good sized shower. Read Less
Best cruise yet! : Cabin 9582
Sail Date: August 2017
clean, comfortable bed and balcony was private. Toilet and shower was good as was the excellent daily service by the crew. Read More
clean, comfortable bed and balcony was private. Toilet and shower was good as was the excellent daily service by the crew. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2017
Cabin was smaller than the newer ships. We had a balcony and that was really small...we didn't use it once. The cabin itself was comfortable, but nothing too flashy or modern. There was some rust in the corners in the bathroom....but ... Read More
Cabin was smaller than the newer ships. We had a balcony and that was really small...we didn't use it once. The cabin itself was comfortable, but nothing too flashy or modern. There was some rust in the corners in the bathroom....but that doesn't bother us too much. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2017
Cabin: Our mid ship balcony on deck 9 was very clean, very quiet, but on the small side. The bathroom, specifically the shower, was the largest and nicest we have had which made up for the smallish room. The Balcony was average. Our ... Read More
Cabin: Our mid ship balcony on deck 9 was very clean, very quiet, but on the small side. The bathroom, specifically the shower, was the largest and nicest we have had which made up for the smallish room. The Balcony was average. Our Steward, Rey was outstanding and greeted us by name day one. He quickly learned our routine and was waiting for us in the evening when we returned and would open the door for us so we did not have to find our key. We always had clean towels and a clean room. He quickly removed the items from the refrigerator so we could use it for our water, etc. Although not necessary for us, we were treated to a fabulous towel animal/creature each night. Around day 3 of the cruise, Rey left a large and very nice bar of soap for us to use in the shower. This is an old ship and smoking used to be permitted in the rooms. There were a couple of times when we did get a slight cigarette smell in the room, but it was not all the time and it did not last. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2017
The furniture drawer fronts fell off, another drawer would not glide in or out without a lot of finagling. At times the water that came flowing out into the bathroom sink was brown and smelled of sewer. We had one lamp that was never ... Read More
The furniture drawer fronts fell off, another drawer would not glide in or out without a lot of finagling. At times the water that came flowing out into the bathroom sink was brown and smelled of sewer. We had one lamp that was never plugged in during the entire trip, we could not manage to plug in as the cords ran under the bed. Read Less

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