Balcony Stateroom-BC: Norwegian Sun

Floor Plan

 Floor Plan


Size: Approximately 221-235 sq ft. including balcony

Occupancy: 4 guests standard - some accommodate only 2 or 3

Amenities: A large sitting area with floor-to-ceiling doors that open to a private balcony two lower beds that convert to a queen-size bed some staterooms have a pull out sofa to accommodate one or two more guests a refrigerator television and bathroom with 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.

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5 out of 5

First cruise!! by mrandmrsjoiner

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Overall the cabin was nice. Only one issue the door handle to our balcony broke shortly after boarding. I called once and also informed the stewart that evening. It wasn’t fixed. During the night we had a storm and the door blew open. I tried closing it and cut my finger. Finally my husband got it closed. Called again in the morning and it as finally fixed.

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5 out of 5

A Great Way To Visit Havana by bskramer48

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

Our stateroom was a 10th floor balcony room set up with two single beds. The room did not seem old or worn. It was similar to many ships we have been on in the past. There was an abundance of drawers to place clothing and a good size closet. Our stateroom steward, Jed, was exceptional. Our room was cleaned twice a day and everything was in working order. The bathroom was small and the room in general was compact, but, hey, it’s a cruise ship. The rooms are always small. Our room had one 110-volt outlet for the entire room. There was also two USB ports for recharging on the lights next to the beds. For all of our electronics (iPhone, iWatch, laptop, camera, iPod, etc.) this was not enough. Since I knew that one 110-volt outlet was the norm on most cruise ships, 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, develop a strategy ahead of time to charge your equipment.

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3 out of 5

Wonderful Caribbean Cruise by barrakt

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/ Sail Date: / Traveled As: Singles/Friends

I felt that the cabin and balcony were too small. We had to walk very near the wall to go from the door to the balcony. There was an open space when we first entered the room; then there was about three feet at the foot of the bed between the wall and the bed that we had to pass through, then there was an opening in front of the sofa. I usually like to have a snack on the balcony as I read, but this balcony was so small that it could not accomodate a small table like I have had on other balconies. The table was very small; about a foot square, and about knee high.

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