No More Door Decorations

On occasion, I've heard of NCL Stateroom Stewards removing door decorations on some cabins, but now it seems door decorations are officially joining the list of things not allowed on cruises anymore. What do you think?

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Tags: Norwegian Cruise Line

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I want to see if they remove the plaques that say the cabin has been comped by one casino or another. That'll be the day.

Nah .. this is step one ... step two will be when they start advertising official NCL door stickers for sale

May be the start of a trend in the industry.

That "trend" has been going on for a looong time..."less is more".....they give you less, and charge you more....

Couldn't agree with you more. Cruisers are going to have to be more savvy to ensure a better bang for the buck.

We try...not that we're cheap, but the mere act of booking a cruise means they "gotcha"...some folks save for YEARS to go on a cruise...sometimes its a once in a lifetime thing...nowadays, the world is full of folks who don't seem to care what anything actually costs, or whether or not its "worth it"...best you can do is mind the store in your own lil corner...

Sometimes they get way out of hand. Last cruise there was a 60's birthday down the hall an they ran LED flashers around the door in addition to balloons , magnets and string confetti.

Interesting... on our RCCL cruise Nov 2018, our room steward decorated our door for my husband's birthday. (we had also decorated our door the first day of the cruise)

This is a shame... I like adding our own personal touch to our door. (it makes it easier to stumble into the right room also Wink)

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