NCL Garden Villa

I know there are limits on registered guest in the Villa. How many Guests can "Hangout" during the day? We will be travelling with 20 - 30 people and wondered if it's worth the expense and then be segregated from the rest of the group.

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I don’t know if you can bring anyone up to “ hang out “ and use the amenities of the Villas.

‘I know if I paid for one of those suites, and you brought up 20 people to hang out, I’d be on a phone.

I know you can have guest. Not sure about 20 or 30. Your S&S card has to be coded for the elevator to get to the Villa's, so your guest can not come and go at will, you will have to meet them to use your card in the elevator to get in.

Have you looked into a regular suite to have a larger room to all hang out ?

The Haven is shared, Villas are private - They would not be in the Haven area, only the Villa area which is exclusive to the 6 - 8 registered guests. It's not in the same area as the Haven. I can't find a answer on the NCL website. I'll check into with NCL and reply what I hear.

See, I don’t know as I can only afford to cruise with the masses. Let us know the outcome. Just in case I win the lottery or something.

We were guests of a family that had rented one of the very large villas on the Dawn. They had a group of 40 -50 guests for several hours. Catered food was provided by the ship and cocktails were served from the bar in the villa. The outside area they had was huge and could easily have hosted a larger group and yes because it was private you are able to do as you wish (within reasonable limits of course)

Thanks for the input...Now I just have to talk my wife into it.


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