Norwegian Spirit Penthouses sleep up to three guests, and include a bedroom with queen-size bed, luxury bath with shower, living area, dining area, additional bedding to sleep one additional guest and a large private balcony to enjoy the view from. Includes butler and concierge service.
Perfect! Loved having two balconies to choose from. The rooms were beautiful. Need to run the water thru in whirlpool first night...brown water then was fine till the last night. Brown water again. Loved having the snacks waiting for us after excursions. Would have been even better if he waited till our return for freshness sake. Don't think there is a better room on the ship. Read entire member review >>
Exceeded our expectations. Absolutely lovely cabin. The only drawback is that you cannot open a slider to let the sea air in. There is a door out to the balcony which exits from the sitting area, so no sea air directly into the sleeping area. That is not significant when you consider the beauty of the cabin itself and the other amenities that it affords. We were extremely pleased with our accomodations Read entire member review >>
Suite included a combined living/dining area with bar and a 2nd room (separated by a door, not a curtain) consisting of a bedroom with a queen-size bed and bath (with 2 sinks, shower and hot tub). Main room did have a pillar with somewhat disturbed room flow, but no issue for us. While suite did show some wear, it was well maintained and served as a great space to entertain.Suite had two balconies, one forward and one on starboard side off bedroom. Front balcony was shallow but extended full forward length of suite. Forward balcony was great while ship is entering/leaving port or at dock, but no vary useful when underway due to winds. However, suite had 2 large picture windows facing forward, which provided excellent views when front balcony was no accessible. Side balcony was of a standard size, and was definitely usable while at sea. We definitely enjoyed lying in bed and looking out the side balcony or simply listening to the waves.Concierge (Karin) and Butler (Jeffery) were wonderful, responding to our every wish. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 10001, Forward Cabin Penthouse Suite. The room is wonderfully spacious, has a good deck, but is showing signs of wear and age. The tv's in the living room and bedroom each are equipped with DVD players, and the bathroom is large and well equipped. The toilet, however, has a glass door and is in clear view of the bedroom and deck window. That is a strange configuration, which we did not favor. Excellent closet space and the bed was great. Read entire member review >>
10000 - Our suite was #10000 and was right in the front of the ship, directly below the bridge. The cabin was large with a sitting area, breakfast table and a separate bedroom. Bathroom was large with tub and large shower. The suite even had a second small bathroom. The balcony was on the small side but gave us great views out both sides of the ship as we left ports. When cruising, it was windy and rather cold because of the wind coming straight in. Read entire member review >>
You sometimes can hear the heavy footsteps from the bridge early in the morning, but you get used to it. The deck is wide, but narrow and the door is hard for small people to open/close. And the doorbells are waaaaay too loud. Read entire member review >>
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