Solo balcony traveller

Hi. Hoping to get some advice please, have tried to ask NCL directly by various methods but haven't had a reply unfortunately which is really frustrating! I'm a single traveller looking to cruise on "Epic" in September. Whilst I like the idea of a singles only bar/lounge area where fellow singles travellers can meet and mingle. I would rather have a balcony cabin (and bizarrely it's a lot cheaper). What I am trying to find out, is whether I as a solo traveller can still access the singles only bar/lounge area? If I'm not in a solos/single cabin?? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

Tags: Norwegian Cruise Line Norwegian Epic

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Interesting question...tried to find an answer and actually couldn't....and you're right, in the course of my surfing, I discovered that traveling one in a regular cabin, even with the "supplement" can work out to less....devious so and so's...who knew?? I suspect that you need to book one of those solo traveler studios (smaller than an "inside" if thats possible) to get access to the singles lounges etc. THATS how you get to pay for them..as usual, what they say is "included" actually means "buried in the price"....good luck...if you can find out, post it...

I don't see why not......

< Well things being what they are (and were) vis a vis cruise lines, I wouldn't assume anything....

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