Mid-Ship Mini-Suite with Balcony-MA: Norwegian Star

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Floor Plan

 Floor Plan

Size: Approximately 283 sq. ft. including balcony

Occupancy: Up to 4 guests

Amenities: A sitting area private balcony two lower beds that convert to a queen-size bed additional bedding to sleep two additional guests walk-in closet safe refrigerator TV and a luxury bath and shower.

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

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4 out of 5

My husband and I had Fun, but we would have a nicer cruise if the ship was dispensing straws. by LolaOfZander

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We're happy that there were enough electrical outlets we're able to use.

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3 out of 5

So-so Mexican Riviera Cruise by superbee69451

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Cabin seemed quite small for the upgrade to a mini-suite that I paid for. As far as I could tell, a plastic pull-curtain is the only differentiation between a Balcony Stateroom and a Mini-Suite. Cleanliness was OK, but ledges on wainscoting hadn't been dusted in some time. I dusted them myself. The single closet was a design nightmare. It was so close to the edge of the bed, and the doors opened toward the bed. Had to sit on the bed, open doors by alternating with my knees. With closet open, so dark in there that I had to use a flashlight to find my clothing items. Only one 110V outlet in cabin area, as opposed to three 220V outlets. There was a 110V outlet for shaver in bathroom.

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5 out of 5

It was... okay. by megknits

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We had the opportunity to upgrade to a mid-ship mini-suite at a discount. The cabin had one of the more interesting floor plans we've seen. The bathroom was well designed; shower + tub to the left, toilet to the right, sink in the middle, with the shower and the WC having sliding doors. A solid door to the shower is much better than the shower curtain that sticks to your legs while you're trying to clean up. The closet was actually in the room, with the door facing the right side of the bed, which was good, as it avoided needing a lot of hallway space. On the other hand, the doors opened right up to the bed, so you had to maneuver carefully when two people were trying to get clothes out. Also, there is no light in the closet - we needed the flashlight app on our phones to see what we were doing. Finally, beware of cabins on deck 11 - many of them are just below the Market buffet on 12. We heard a lot of traffic from above 24 hours a day (probably why we got such a good deal on the upgrade).

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