Family Balcony
With room for up to four guests, these Family Balcony Staterooms are great if you want to bring the kids. They feature two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate two more, in addition to the separate bathroom with shower and private balcony for the whole gang to enjoy the view.

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Family Balcony (B2) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: August 2019
Small but we didn’t stay there too much. Hard to walk in the cabin at the evening when the upper bed is open. Toilets and shower are kind of transparent which makes this weird. We bought a small child pool to wash our baby. Service ... Read More
Small but we didn’t stay there too much. Hard to walk in the cabin at the evening when the upper bed is open. Toilets and shower are kind of transparent which makes this weird. We bought a small child pool to wash our baby. Service was great and the cabin was always clean. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2019
Comfortable but too small for 4! No way to walk through to balcony when wardrobe door open. And didn't get a towel animal!
Comfortable but too small for 4! No way to walk through to balcony when wardrobe door open. And didn't get a towel animal! Read Less
Sail Date: July 2019
The room was a little tight and the bed was big but it was super hard
The room was a little tight and the bed was big but it was super hard Read Less
Sail Date: April 2019
Stateroom was clean and I liked the layout. Lots of storage for a family of four. I liked how the shower was separate from the toilet. Balcony was great. Very spacious. Beds were a little short for my 5’11” husband but great for kids ... Read More
Stateroom was clean and I liked the layout. Lots of storage for a family of four. I liked how the shower was separate from the toilet. Balcony was great. Very spacious. Beds were a little short for my 5’11” husband but great for kids and myself. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2019
Our stateroom had a balcony and that aspect was comfortable in size & privacy.  However, inside the room, pulling the bed down from the ceiling was a ridiculous way to sleep 4.  We all hit our heads trying to access the closet, ... Read More
Our stateroom had a balcony and that aspect was comfortable in size & privacy.  However, inside the room, pulling the bed down from the ceiling was a ridiculous way to sleep 4.  We all hit our heads trying to access the closet, balcony, tv, & bathroom every evening. The room was so unbelievably narrow that often times each day someone had to step out into that  balcony just so we could all change, move suitcases, or even dry our hair. There was literally room for one person at a time to walk through.    Our room for two on Carnival with only one small round window looking out was twice as large and twice as wide. I would have much preferred to be in THAT room this week with all four of  us. It was obvious again that Norwegian cares only about the profit, not the consumer. Even an extra foot of space would have made a world of difference, despite meaning fewer people sailing each week.    Read Less
Sail Date: April 2019
Smallest cabin room I have ever been in. They could barely fit a pack and play in the room and there was no storage to put anything away. We basically had to pile it on the counter/desk area
Smallest cabin room I have ever been in. They could barely fit a pack and play in the room and there was no storage to put anything away. We basically had to pile it on the counter/desk area Read Less
Terrible ship : Cabin 10264
Sail Date: March 2019
Bad layout. Lots of storage though.
Bad layout. Lots of storage though. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
The cabins on this ship are just weird. Bathroom is not separated by a door. Instead, there is a curtain between the bed and the toilet which has a sliding frosted glass door. Same with the shower. Your sink and mirror are in your ... Read More
The cabins on this ship are just weird. Bathroom is not separated by a door. Instead, there is a curtain between the bed and the toilet which has a sliding frosted glass door. Same with the shower. Your sink and mirror are in your room. Just a weird layout and super cramped for a family of 4. Whoever designed this ship did not know what they were doing. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
We knew from the reviews and the sqft listed that our cabin was going to be small, so that really wasn't a surprise for us & really didn't matter because we only slept and bathed there. We made it work with 2 adults and 2 ... Read More
We knew from the reviews and the sqft listed that our cabin was going to be small, so that really wasn't a surprise for us & really didn't matter because we only slept and bathed there. We made it work with 2 adults and 2 teen boys. I appreciated that the latrine was separate from the shower and the sink so that I could get ready while others showered. The guys did #2 in public restrooms, and I brought Poo~Pourri to use in our cabin. I really don't understand why people are so upset about the bathrooms! I thought the layout was fantastic! Need privacy? Pull the curtain and lock the cabin door! My only complaint is that our cabin was filthy when we first arrived. Luckily, I brought Chlorox wipes with me & I cleaned it myself. The latrine walls were gross, as were the counters. The carpet had not been vacuumed and there were used floss picks left on the balcony. Read Less

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