traveller999
Contributor Level: Deck Hand

Review by westjudyann

Unique itinerary, smaller cruise ship, fun experience

In response to review, traveller999 says ...

hi, my husband and I are booked to stay in cabin 9171 on Norwegian Star next month. Do you think we should change the cabin while we still can? Is it so noisy that it was difficult to sleep? Any advice about this would be wonderful.

Tags: Norwegian Cruise Line Caribbean - Western Norwegian Star

2 Answers

BDRebel
Contributor Level: Captain

Glad you enjoyed your cruise. Thanks for the full review.

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

Here is what our site says about your cabin:

 

Size: Approximately 142 sq. ft.

Location: Deck 9

Cabin Category: IB

Amenities: A bedroom/living area with two lower beds that convert to a queen-size beds additional bedding to accommodate up to more guests TV safe refrigerator and a bathroom with separate shower.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all staterooms and suites. Smoking is allowed outside on balconies but cigar and pipe smoking is prohibited in all suites and outside on all balconies.

  So, So

"Little room for clothes storage and luggage. Noisy at night as it must have backed up to a crew area. Very large shower with a sliding door, and not a curtain. The bathroom was very nice in this cabin. "

 

Why not call either your TA or NCL and ask what else besides the Internet Cafe is near you.  The Internet Cafe shouldn't be too noisy.  I probably wouldn't take this cabin myself. 

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