Balcony Stateroom-BD: Norwegian Epic

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Floor Plan

 Floor Plan

Size: Approximately 216 sq ft. includes balcony

Occupancy: 3 guests standard some accommodate only 2 guests

Amenities: Two lower beds that convert to a queen-size bed (triples have additional bedding to accommodate one more) sitting area floor-to-ceiling glass door that open to a private balcony living space with a unique bathroom were everything is separate (shower vanity sink and water closet) a flat-screen TV telephone and safe.

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.

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4 out of 5

Great Fun For All! by VCS

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/ Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

I had a studio room which was really neat for single travelers. My only complaint was that the shower stall had mildew. Also, my stateroom key did not work in the hallway door closet to the elevators and I had to take the long way around to get to my cabin.

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4 out of 5

Epic 2017 by Aksguitarman

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/ Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

The cabin was a little tight, but certainly did not hamper us in any way. There is sufficient storage space and the beds were very comfortable. I did not like the way the bathroom was laid out. The toilet, sink, and shower was all seperate pods. It is hard to describe how this is set up, but it is unlike any other ship or hotel. I think NCL did away with this concept on the newer ships. The balcony was large enough for both of us to sit, relax, and read a book.

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3 out of 5

Disappointing cruise to say the least by whitei

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/ Sail Date: / Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Loved our balcony (just wish we could have the door opened to enjoy it together with a friends!). Space was very tight . . . if 2 people needed to pass each other between the hallway door and the balcony door one had better be in the shower or on a bed. Storage was fine. I did not like the separate shower, toilet area, and then sink . . . lacking in privacy. Okay there was a curtain you could pull and then hope that no one came to the door while you were in either of those spaces. And night time flushing was a sure way to wake everyone in the cabin and probably several other cabins as well. And why hide the only outlets inside a small cabinet. Lighting is very inadequate. Make-up application was point and hope for the best, because you could definitely not see to do the job.

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