These Norwegian Sun Oceanview Staterooms have room for up to three guests, with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa to accommodate one more. You'll also have a porthole to enjoy the amazing view.
Perfect for Alaska. Great room steward, no drawer space. They did have 3 baskets in the closet that we used for socks and underwear. We hung everything else. There was only one electric outlet, too. The hair dryer was something out of the past, it was a little slow but it worked!
The remote control sucked!! It seemed to be new, but there was no sleep timer, and you had to sit up and point from above to get it to respond. Read entire member review >>
I unfortunately read a review of this cabin on CC before I booked the same one. Location was great however they said it was quiet which it was from outside noise but the cabin was extremely noisy at night from the engine noise and vibration. Your head vibrated on the pillow. I found it extremely difficult to sleep and had to get sleeping pills at the first Port we arrived at. If you want to book deck 4 go mid ship to forward. Just by walking down the corridor you can hear the difference to the aft of the ship. Also the other side of the ship to our cabin was quieter too in the corridor. This cabin nearly ruined my cruise so dont book anywhere near it. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was small as expected for 3 people. The main bed was excellent. I have not seen that kind of mattress anywhere in hotels. The sofa-bed was short in length. The cabin service could have been better. I had to call even for the toilet paper as the steward had not refilled. Good amount of shelf storage, safe. bathroom was ok. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was well laid out with plenty of storage space. It could be a little tight in there at times but was definitely OK. The shower was small but useable. The cabin was very quiet. Our steward kept it neat and tidy for us and always had towel animals for us. Read entire member review >>
Excellent service from the Stewart--very helpful. Cabin was a bit small but not used to Cruise line cabins. Mobility problems were not a problem. getting on & off was not a problems but with a scooter the mobility around the ship was a little hard as the doorways are not built for ramp type units. storage in the cabin was a little tight with the scooter. Read entire member review >>
This was a nice cabin and an upgrade for us as I had booked an inside guarantee. It was a nice treat to be able to look outside and have natural light however we did have to pull the drapes to sleep as we were travelling in July with so much more daylight the further north we travelled! The bathroom is small but there is lots of room to store all toiletry gear etc. and that was nice! The location is close to the front of the ship and just one floor up from the level of the main atrium and the floor where most embarkation is from. Read entire member review >>
Do not book any cabins at the very end of the fourth floor hallway. Noise will deafen you! Above the engine room the minute you put your head on the pillow the viberation and noise is guaranteed to keep you awake! Read entire member review >>
We had an ocean view cabin and when we opened the door our first words were 'sure is small'. That evening when the cabin attendant opened the sleeper couch out, it got even smaller.
It did have better storage with the baskets in the closet but I would have preferred more space which I suspect was sacrificed to allow more room for all the specialty restaurants. Read entire member review >>
We had an outside porthole. The view was unobstructed. Salt clung to the window, but we could see fine. The room is a bit small, but probably average as cruise lines go. The room was by the elevators and stairs. It was far enough away to not hear the traffic, but close enough for easy access. The 4th floor may be a little low, but it was only a floor or two away from most activities (other than the pool sides stuff). I would choose this room again for it's minimal noise and easy access. Read entire member review >>
cabin # 4011 With the arrangement of the bed, it is too small to have the sofa pulled out for a third person. When the sofa bed is pulled out, it is virtually impossible to get to the bathroom at night (or any other time that is is out) with out either walking on top of the sofa bed or killing yourself trying to get around it. It should not be classed as a three person room. It is dangerous as a 3 person room. Only bigger cabins should have pullout sofa beds and small cabins, if they are to be 3 person cabins, should have a drop-down bed. Read entire member review >>
Great location: One deck down from the formal dining room and two decks down from the showroom. Close to elevator bank, but not so close that you hear people and elevators. Has a large porthole with no obstructions and no promenade deck. Usual small closets and bathroom, but really very typical and not a problem. Room was quiet and peaceful. Read entire member review >>
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