eocb
Contributor Level: Deck Hand

Review by CRUISERS2022

Good with some reservations

In response to review, eocb says ...

Thank you for your review, may I ask what type of balcony cabin you had as I have seen other revievs saying the balcony was too small.

Regards

Ellen.

Tags: Norwegian Cruise Line Norwegian Epic Europe - Western Europe

8 Answers

Ewoodspark
Contributor Level: Captain

I am guessing it was a B6 Large balcony, but will we ever find out from Cruisers2022

JusMe
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

I have read a # of reviews that do not like the cabin and bathroom lay out on this ship.   In the future I would suggest that you ask about the bathroom lay out before booking or use a web site that shows the floor plan of the cabins so you know what your getting into before you book.

Ewoodspark
Contributor Level: Captain

Jusme, I think this has been discussed before but I would welcome you showing me the floor plan of cabin 11075 on the Epic, and not just a generic picture. The name of the web-site would be hugely beneficial.

JusMe
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

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Jusme, I think this has been discussed before but I would welcome you showing me the floor plan of cabin 11075 on the Epic, and not just a generic picture. The name of the web-site would be hugely beneficial.

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I was not responding to you.   I was talking to the OP to check out cabin layout before booking a cabin.  

 

For specific cabin try youtube or google to see if a past guest posted a video or still photo's.   No web site can have posted every cabin on every ship.  Most ship cabins are pre-fab and have A and B lay out (Bed or sofa near the balcony and the other near the bath.

Ewoodspark
Contributor Level: Captain

I realise you were not responding to me but you have said again that to check a web site to check out a floor plan of a cabin. So how do you find where the bed is located? Is this information actually on a web site as you suggest?

 

BDRebel
Contributor Level: Captain

I think YouTube would be the best bet for that, however I'm sure that nobody has a picture of every cabin on every ship of every line.

The problem of the bathroom (or the lack thereof) would have been shown on someone's video from YT though.

 

OP - Thanks for the balanced review.

SimonCommunity
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

For the New Wave balconies aboard Norwegian Epic, it's actually easy to figure out where the bed is... it's on the deeper/roomier portion of the curved wall. It's pretty much the only ship where you can determine that information from looking at the deck plans.

Ewoodspark
Contributor Level: Captain

Thanks for that information Simon. I never even noticed a "bump" on the cabin plan as they are quite small to actually see in detail. (well the one I looked at was)

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