These Oceanview Staterooms have room for up to three guests and include two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a pull down bed to sleep one more. They also come with a porthole for you to enjoy the view and because these staterooms are mid-ship, you'll have easy access to all the delicious dining and great activities on board.
4580 - since returning home I have read the words of others who have stayed in this cabin and recommended asking to be moved if allocated this cabin. They were so right!!! The cabin itself is fine - it's the location that sucks. It is the last cabin on the port side on deck 4. It is located right next to one of the main embarkation doors. Not a problem normally perhaps. However this is the door used by the Pilot who is required to board before entering each port. So on each occasion that we were scheduled to enter a port, the door would be opened, staff would attach safety lines, the Jacob's Ladder would be lowered over the side for the pilot to climb on board. You might think this would not make much noise. You'd be wrong. DO NOT ACCEPT this cabin if you are allocated it. Read entire member review >>
We loved Deck 4 and this cabin was perfectly fine. We had enough room in the closet for all of our clothes/shoes and put the suitcases under the beds. The gangway for each port was only about 6 rooms away so it was the perfect location for getting off (and on) the ship. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 4580 is in the corridor immediately adjacent to the gangway that is used for ingress and egress on the port side when the ship docks to that side. Also, this gangway is used by the harbor pilots when they embark. So when the gangway is opened, it is quite noisy -- a lot of grinding and clanking and metal-on-metal sounds for maybe two or three minutes. This happens most days between 7:00 AM and 8:00 when the harbor pilots come aboard, but sometimes even earlier than that. So unless you are a very early riser, or a very heavy sleeper, this will wake you up. Also, the security officer's office is immediately across the corridor from the cabin, so often we would open our door and the security officer would be sitting right there, which is not really ideal. And the first day we had port call in Toulon, peopole actually lined up outside our door waiting to disembark, and we could hear them laughing and joking, which was irritating. Fortunately, the security officer put a stop to that, and we had almost no queuing up in the corridor after that first day. In fairness, I should mention that our cabin location did have three positive aspects: 1) We could get right to our room about ten seconds after reboarding the ship in each port; 2) we were very close to the midship elevators and so could travel from our cabin to anywhere in the ship pretty quickly, and 3) the cabin location in the middle of the ship, and on a lower level, means less rocking in heavy seas. Having said all that, we recommend you get an alternative cabin if NCL assigns you to cabin 4580. Read entire member review >>
cabin # 4578
Contrary to previous postings by other people, in our opinion, cabin # 4578 was the best cabin on the ship for getting on and off the boat in ports! We were never more than a few steps away from our cabin!! It was never too noisy, we didn't hear anything really. Or maybe we were just too busy having so much fun...I don't know- but the cabin was more than adequate and for the savings, I would gladly do it again! Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small as usual but had room for everything. I LOVED having a door for the washroom area & door for the shower. Very convenient for 2 people.
We were on the 4th level & will NEVER go down that far again because of the noise of the engines. We never had a full nights sleep because of it. Read entire member review >>
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