Great for up to four guests, these staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests. Because these are mid-ship staterooms, you'll have easy access to everything fun and exciting on board.
DO NOT book this room or any room in this "should not be for paid customer hallway". (4001-4015)The minute you turn into the hallway you hear a loud vibrational noise. I immediately ask our room steward if this was a normal sound. He told me "I'd get use to it!" REally? This room sits right next to the crew entrance . There is always a housekeeping cart outside your door! The hallway is noisy with the sound of running equipment. (Engine?) Our room ceiling and walls vibrated the entire time! (When we were docked and at sea. Moving or Parked!) I called the front desk to ask if I was sleeping in the engine room! I was assured that there was only a hallway behind me. Shame on you NCL for adding this hallway of rooms. We spent one miserable night in this room. I moved the bed away from the wall to try to limit the vibrating. I wore earplugs but could still hear the noise of the "engine" or ship machines. The extra berth/bunk attached to the wall, over the bed was shaking and rattling all night? I tried stuffing an extra pillow between the wall and frame. This did not help. Before we left port, I asked for a cabin change and was informed there were none available. We got a letter in our cabin the next day when we returned from our first port of call that they could offer us a new room. We moved out of this ridiculous hallway onto the main hallway of inside cabins. The silence in our room new room was palpable and I no longer felt my skin being vibrated off my bones. My husband and I laughed in relief at the noticeable difference in room 4579. No more machine noise! However, You do hear neighbors talking and snoring. This ship should have done a better job sound proofing their 4th floor cabins. I know it's the cheap rooms. You get what you pay for! Read entire member review >>
After initially having no power in the bathroom and one of the lights not working, everything was good. (A breaker was tripped).
Our room steward, Raj, was excellent. Always had the room prepared, even after my wife's naps. Loved the towel animals Read entire member review >>
The room was bigger than I was expecting. We got the cheapest room there was and there was plenty of room to store clothes, etc for my son and I. There was a safe in the room, 2 twin beds that can be pushed together, small bathroom with a shower, a mini refrigerator and a hairdryer, no coffeemaker, but you can order coffee from room service with no service fee. They clean your room twice a day! Read entire member review >>
We stayed in the inside stateroom which was about less then 150 sq. ft. but it was enough for the 4 of us. It was small but the only time we are there was the sleep. There is a bed that pulls out from one of the 2 single beds and there is one bed attached the the wall that pulls down to creat a bunkbed. If you plan on spending time in your cabin other then to sleep then I would suggest you get one that is bigger espically if you have more then 2 people. Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin for three. The bathroom was large for an inside cabin. Walk-in shower good size. Plenty of storage room for clothes and luggage. The only real complaint is the television. The cabin has a flat screen television which is great. However, its placement is quite annoying when the fold down bed is set up. The only person that can watch it is the one sleeping on the fold down bed. Great cabin. Quiet. No trouble sleeping. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom was typical; comfortable bed and a functioning bathroom that the cabin steward did a good job in maintaining. The cabin is a place for sleeping and changing not entertaining Read entire member review >>
We had cabins 11607/11609. 11607 had a somewhat smaller closest. You could hear atrium music until about midnight. They were close to the elevators and stairs so that was nice. Read entire member review >>
We were in room 4565. At around 3:30 the first night my husband and I woke to loud crashing behind our room. The sound was like someone throwing shopping carts up against the wall. We could also hear loud voices. We brought the issue to the attention of the staff and the noise subsided for the night. However, every night afterwards at around the same time we were awoken by the same loud banging. We continued to bring it to the attention of the front desk, but each night the same thing occurred. The area that was behind our room was a staff only area, and it was Norwegian crew making the noise. This was very frustrating and we barely slept the entire cruise. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 10521 was an inside cabin. They are small but there was plenty of room for the two of us. There was enough storage so we didn't have things laying around. The suit cases fit nicely under the bed. I liked it because it was nice and dark and I was able to get a good nights sleep. It was pretty quiet too, did not hear alot of noise from the hallway. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabins 4015 and 4013 - located at the end of a hall way and the very bottom of the ship. At first, I thought I wouldn't like this, but there was no hall traffic noise and our only neighbors were ourselves. The cabins were small but efficient, plenty of storage, comfy beds. Lots of "stuff" in the hallways on this cruise - bedding, coolers, vaccumms, dirty dishes - haven't noticed this on previous cruises. Read entire member review >>
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