Great for up to five guests, these staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed, a pull down bed and a convertible sofa bed. Because these are mid-ship staterooms, you'll have easy access to everything on board.
The cabin was reasonably large and had two wardrobes, two sets of shelves and two chest of drawers, so there was room to put everything away each in our own space, and not get in each others way when dressing. It was very quiet; something not always the case onboard ships. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was very comfortable and clean, although another foot in width would have made a big difference. The shower head in the bathroom has the connecting point to the pipe leaking when the shower is in use and the leaked water runs down to was away the body gel from its receptacle. This is a minor problem. Overall the room was very well cleaned and managed. Comfortable to sleep in. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was spacious and had plenty of room to store our clothes. Having an in-room safe is an excellent idea and made us very comfortable. If there was anything negative, it would be that there really was not enough plugs for all of our stuff (or at least not in the appropriate location). Very clean and well-kept. We didn't have any issue with any aspect of the cabin. Read entire member review >>
Nice size and layout. Good location near, but not too close to stairs and elevators. Quiet. Excellent steward! Inside cabin so dark we overslept and had to start setting our alarm clock so we wouldn't miss things. Read entire member review >>
We were on the 10th floor in 0122. It was an inside cabin and I was a little worried about how it would be since we have had a balcony on our last two cruises but I didn't want to spend the extra money. I was so pleasantly surprised. We had tons of closet space and the room was quite spacious. I think the trick was to pick a room that fits 3 people. The shower, of course was small but it was ok. Storage in the bathroom was also excellent. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin 8130 was great, it set apart a little ways from the other cabins next to us. Plenty of closet space, next to rooms the crew used to come in and out, but noise wasn't to bothersome. Good location to get to the restaurants and casino. Read entire member review >>
Considering on our last cruise (on the NCL Jade) we booked a balcony, we expected to have been significantly downgraded by booking an inside cabin. However, when speaking with the NCL reservation staff, we were told there were some available "handicapped accessable" rooms remaining so we booked one of those. That was probably the best decision we made, hands down. The room was huge by cruise standards, easly outsizing our previous NCL balcony room, including the balcony! The two beds were pushed together on one side to make a king for us, with plenty of room to get out on either side of the bed. And that only took up about 1/3 of the space. The other two thirds consisted of a pull-out sofa and enough room to host a small party. On the downside, the TV in our room was a very old 13 incher that had long since seen better days. The brightness was shot so when anything that was supposed to be shown in the dark (ie - an outdoor night scene, or something in a room with the lights out) the entire screen was black. You couldn't see anything. We called a couple of times to get it looked at, but nothing was ever done. Not that it was a huge deal because if you are spending your time in your room watching a dinky TV on a cruise, you're missing the point. Read entire member review >>
Deck 9 aft, port side
"sideways" layout which is great as a closet and dressing area is on each end of the cabin - one with the bathroom, one with the vanity. Plenty of room to dress without being in each others' way.
Cabin forward this one is the a/c room so no neighbor. Very quiet.
two decks below the pool/buffet, two decks above the casino. Read entire member review >>
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