Norwegian Spirit Oceanview Staterooms located on a higher deck, can accommodate up to three guests and come with two lower beds that covert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate one more. You'll also have a big picture window to enjoy the amazing view.
Comfortably situated close to the elevators but never disturbed by any kind of noise from fellow passengers. Reasonable storage for a 10 day cruise but we were a bit challenged for 21 days back to back. Our cabin steward, Willy, did a great job in a very discreet way. Read entire member review >>
Cabin (6016) was fine for an outside choice. It was located not too far from lifts so this was handy for getting to spa and other things at For of the ship. If you wanted to get to main restaurants (mid & Aft) one needed to go up a floor, walk along the length of ship and down to whichever restaurant you wanted. It wasn't as bad as this sounds and we found the ship easy to negotiate and find places as it was smaller. Having said that, it took us a week to discover the outside area at Raffles Court! As the weather was wintery to start with we hadn't ventured out with our food until we reached Israel!
The cabin was clean and very well kept by Acco our stateroom assistant. He was really friendly and greeted us every time we saw him. A real asset to NCL and very thorough. Read entire member review >>
Very pleased with our room. Was quite spacious. Had the bed on the wall which more often then not makes it hard when beds are pushed together to get out on that side. Once so tight we had them separate then into twins. We had plenty of room this time. Very much enjoyed our large Picture window. We usually have a inside room so was quite nice! especially sailing into Nassau and seeing the lighthouse from our window. Our toilet did sometimes have a mind of it's own . Would not flush so pushed again and again, just thinking got problems and then would flush in a row the number of times you pushed the button. So we learn to just push once knowing it will flush soon. Read entire member review >>
The room was clean. Great location to forward stairs/lifts. Occasionally there would be a sewage smell- helped to keep toilet lid down and door closed. Bedding was very nice. Would recommend this stateroom. Read entire member review >>
Our room was 5096. It was a normal size room and Sandy kept it clean, neat, and tidy. the Our cabin steward was Sandy and he was very nice. I noticed that towels were only replaced if you left them on the ground. He was able to find extra pillows and an extra blanket for me when I asked the second day and from that point I slept well. I noticed that the employees on this ship would memorize your name and refer to you by name which I really liked. I think it also made me tip more often. The bathroom was organized nicely with four small corner shelves and a self below the sink. The shower and toilet areas had doors to close those areas off. I really liked this feature. I have cruised four times before and this was my favorite bathroom set up. The beds were firm and fairly comfortable. The rooms were quiet and I rarely heard noises outside of our cabin. Read entire member review >>
Ok. Wish I had just stayed in an inside cabin since it wasn't a balcony. Small. Would have been extremely uncomfortable for 3 or 4 people. I did appreciate that the Casino at Sea promotion allowed me to stay in the cabin solo without having to pay for two fares. Read entire member review >>
Of course you always want more room, but the bathroom was larger than average.
Was an issue with our first room and noise that required a stateroom change.. For that reason, the overall is average. If we were assigned our 2nd room from the start, an excellent. Read entire member review >>
The most important think for us was quiet,and these cabins were great.overall adequate room and storage.We were given extra hangers on request.The shower room was fine.It was great to have a picture window. Read entire member review >>
It was an awesome view and the cabin was very clean and we could not be more happy than to have our steward Alistar with us. He made our experience enjoyable, and he left cool towel animals and always made sure we had everything we needed. Read entire member review >>
No problems, everything worked Sep 2015. No smells, bath was clean, tiles & grout good condition. Quiet despite being above 7th floor casino door, suspect a better spot than by a nightclub. Safe & TV worked fine. Only one 110v outlet on desk to bring 3 way adapter if you are recharging phones etc (but 500w limit, so 150w per connector for a 3 way). Bath has 110v on hair dryer you can use for elec shaver or night light. Easy to dry cloths (underwear) on shower hanging line. Nightly towel animals were lots of fun. We were sooo busy on this cruise we rarely were in our cabin other than sleeping & cleaning up. This is forward enough there is some movement vs being more midship, but a real handy location for heading back to shops or Champagne Charlie piano bar or 7th floor snack shop for coffee and by quieter forward elevators to head up to 12th deck library, forward bar or pool areas. Read entire member review >>
Loved our cabin plenty of space (it's a cruise room so unless u have a PH none of them are huge) Read entire member review >>
Cabin space ok for two of us, however with a third person it would have been uncomfortable.Glass was dirty on the outside, which obscured our view slighty which was a pity as we were greeted by some lovely islands.Room cleaned well, shower pressure was good, tv had enough channels, air con was very good.Note" This cabin is at the front of the ship & you can hear quite a lot of noise below us, which is probably when baggage is brought to the front for embarkation.This only happened the nights before embarkation at Barcelona & Malaga aroud 3am....so glad we didn't have any more embarkation calls, as it was quite disturbing. Read entire member review >>
Cabin not the most spacious but then most cabins are like this. Did have sufficient room for the two of us and the cabin was well placed for access to all areas of the ship. Read entire member review >>
The cabin is very large for a ship, but if you are a light sleeper I would avoid it. There are a lot of background noises that we could not identify. The tender day I went to take a nap and the anchor chain was lifted at the same time, it sounded like it was banging against the cabin walls. We loved the cabin though and are not light sleepers luckily. Read entire member review >>
Overall a 3 out of 5. Furnishings were obviously worn, bathroom setup extremely poor...commode section is especially small for normal sized persons, could be extremely uncomfortable for larger persons. Beware of the support pole in the middle of the cabin. Great service from cabin stewards Read entire member review >>
Huge oceanview window! Walls are very thin so you can hear people in the next room, but it wasn't too bad. Even with a desk, chair, sofa, and queen bed, my husband and I had plenty of room to move around. The bathroom is a little small, but it was laid out to be perfectly efficient. There is only a 4 drawer dresser, but the closet has shelving on one side from top to bottom that adds a lot of extra storage. The closet is surprisingly roomy. Read entire member review >>
our cabin was fine. (8510) It had a large window. The walls were metal, as was the door. We decorated with magnets and some static cling items to decorate for Christmas...with not issues.
We were in the middle of the hallway, port side, far forward. The only noise was when docking--the thrusters or something were really close and it made some noise, but we were already awake. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin on deck eight had a full window, which provided great views... however sliding doors in bathroom (for shower and toilet) were hard to open and close. Sufficient space for a weeks worth of clothing, but only if you manage properly. Shower faucet could be tricky, so you might want to fiddle with it before you dive in. Read entire member review >>
Class CC was comfortable. We tried to pack light so most of our stuff fit well in the space provided. The bathroom was ok and made a good time out spot for our son. The only bad thing was someone smoking in one of the inside cabins and the odor was in the hall when we came out of our room. Read entire member review >>
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