Floor plan

 floor plan

Size: 175 sq. ft. Balcony 32 sq. ft.

Occupancy: Up to 3 guests

Amenities: Two lower beds that convert to to a queen-size bed with pillow top mattress a sofa bed ample storage a 26" flat-screen TV private bathroom with shower and shaving bar for the ladies built-in sink and vanity balcony and a safe. Spa balcony staterooms also have easy access to the adjacent Mandara Spa and fitness center and complimentary access to the Thermal Spa Suites during regular spa hours.

Please Note: Guests under 18 are not allowed in the thermal suites.

Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

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23 Norwegian Getaway Spa Balcony Stateroom B9 Reviews

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A Detailed Review of Our New Years Cruise on the Getaway by bskramer48

Sail date: / Traveled as: Family (older children)

We stayed in Spa Rooms on the 14th floor which included access to the Thermal Suite in the Mandara Spa on the 15th floor.  We love the Thermal Suite, so to make sure everyone in our party had access we choose a Spa Room which was just a standard balcony room that included access to the Thermal Suite.  If you have another category or room and want access to the Thermal Spa Suite the price on the ship is an additional cost of about $250/person.  Our balcony stateroom was set up with one large bed.  The Getaway is a relatively new ship, so the rooms are organized more efficiently than some of the older cruise ships.  There was a good size closet with a lot of hangers and a fair number of drawers for us to easily store all our clothing.  We met our stateroom steward, Philipe on the first day, but did not see him for the rest of our cruise.  Our room was cleaned twice a day and everything was in working order.  Each cabin had a light system that you can use to tell your room steward when it is okay to clean your room.  One is for privacy, a red light, and the other, a green light, lets your steward know it is okay to make up the room.  Of course, the bathroom was small and the room, in general, was compact, but it’s a cruise ship - the rooms are always small.  Cruise ship rooms are priced like seats on an airline.  You pay for space.  If you want more space, you will have to pay for a larger room.  Our room had two 110 volt outlets for the entire room (two is a luxury on a cruise ship).  It would have been nice if there were some USB ports for recharging as I have seen on other NCL ships, but there were none in our room.  I knew that for our electronics (iPhone, iWatch, laptop, camera, iPod, etc.) two plugs would not be enough, so I brought along a USB hub that also featured an additional 110-volt receptacle.  This allowed us to easily recharge everything each evening.  If you like to bring along multiple electronics, plan some strategy ahead of time.  One criticism that often appears in reviews of the Getaway is that there is a mild sewage smell in the bathroom.  We experienced this also on occasion.  Perhaps it is a ship design problem or perhaps some stronger cleaner could be used, but we suspect that this is an ongoing problem that should be addressed by NCL.

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Third time is a charm by Jeepchippy

Sail date: / Traveled as: Large Group

second time in this same room and we loved it.

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The Weather was excellent and everything went smoothly. by timcork7

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple

Perfect size, perfect location(near Spa, food, activities)

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A great trip by vantasselx8

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple

Loved the cabin balcony a little small but great .

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