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Family Mini-Suite with Balcony
These Family Mini-Suites with a Balcony are perfect if you want to bring the kids. With room for up to four they feature two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed, an upper bed and a sofa bed. In addition to the sitting area, luxury bath with shower or tub and your own private balcony, where the whole family can hang out and enjoy the view.

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Family Mini-Suite with Balcony (M2) Cabin Reviews

Pneumonia outbreak : Cabin 13221
Sail Date: April 2019
Too small. No bathtub which they show on their advertising. They sucked me in for a bid of 950 dollars. I went to guest services and too bad for me. My husband and I sat on the balcony when toilet duties because you could see each other in ... Read More
Too small. No bathtub which they show on their advertising. They sucked me in for a bid of 950 dollars. I went to guest services and too bad for me. My husband and I sat on the balcony when toilet duties because you could see each other in toilet. It is all disgusting. Read Less
Ship needs help : Cabin 14063
Sail Date: April 2019
Cabin was in a great location. The room needs to be deep cleaned and some paint
Cabin was in a great location. The room needs to be deep cleaned and some paint Read Less
Spring Break on The Epic : Cabin Mini suite
Sail Date: March 2019
Cabin was nice. Didn’t have a problem with anything.
Cabin was nice. Didn’t have a problem with anything. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
Great cabin. Tight but fit our family of 4 well. Lots of storage. Beds were very comfortable but a little short (my hubby is 6 foot and his feet hung off when he stretched out). We did not mind the split bathroom set up.
Great cabin. Tight but fit our family of 4 well. Lots of storage. Beds were very comfortable but a little short (my hubby is 6 foot and his feet hung off when he stretched out). We did not mind the split bathroom set up. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2019
Very small compared to other ‘suite’ type products. Storage was great, though. Bathroom facilities were lacking in comparison to other ships. The shower was essentially right out in the room.
Very small compared to other ‘suite’ type products. Storage was great, though. Bathroom facilities were lacking in comparison to other ships. The shower was essentially right out in the room. Read Less
Complete disaster : Cabin 13047
Sail Date: February 2019
Nice except tiny bed
Nice except tiny bed Read Less
Norwegian Epic ISN'T : Cabin 8051
Sail Date: January 2019
The cabins on Epic are poorly designed, and everyone onboard talked about it with amazing regularity, as in ‘How did they come up with such an asinine design?’. You see, when you enter your cabin, the toilet is off to your left, and ... Read More
The cabins on Epic are poorly designed, and everyone onboard talked about it with amazing regularity, as in ‘How did they come up with such an asinine design?’. You see, when you enter your cabin, the toilet is off to your left, and the shower is to your right. They are both behind thin, opaque glass just inside the door of your cabin. They each have a sliding door to allow your passage in and out of the commode/shower and the rest of the cabin. However, when your room steward comes, as he inevitably will, when you are on the commode, you cannot get to the door quickly enough to stop him, and he will be able to see what you’re doing and where you are because of the opaque glass. It is a horrible feeling, and if you have a shy bladder, you will find this arrangement most disconcerting. One member of our party would only use the public restroom two flights below our cabin to ensure some modicum of privacy. If you are in the cabin when someone is in the bathroom, you will hear and share every moment of their experience. If you aren’t shy about these things then it won’t bother you, but from scuttlebutt on the ship, I’d say you’d be in the minority. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2018
The cabin was the perfect size since we only spent enough time in there for sleep. The shower was terrible. It constantly overflowed into the cabin and initially it would only serve scalding hot water. More times than not, we ended up ... Read More
The cabin was the perfect size since we only spent enough time in there for sleep. The shower was terrible. It constantly overflowed into the cabin and initially it would only serve scalding hot water. More times than not, we ended up using the ‘Spa Shower’ instead of the cabin shower. The sink faucet was so loose, it would move all around and from side to side. It simply needed the bolt underneath tightened. I have no idea why the room steward wouldn’t fix this or report it when cleaning the room. It was reported to the steward, but needed to be escalated to the assistant hotel director to get it tightened. There was moldy looking tiles and the countertops were chipped / cracked. Read Less
Safe and sound : Cabin 9238
Sail Date: September 2018
Cabin had one queen bed and twin bunk beds. Double sink and bathtub. Nice size room, but another married couple traveling with us could not sleep together. Thought mini suite could had 2 double beds at least. I liked the extra space for 4 ... Read More
Cabin had one queen bed and twin bunk beds. Double sink and bathtub. Nice size room, but another married couple traveling with us could not sleep together. Thought mini suite could had 2 double beds at least. I liked the extra space for 4 adults. Read Less

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