Join Cruise Addicts as we take you aboard Norwegian Cruise Line‘s recently renovated Norwegian Spirit for this balcony room tour of cabin #11650.
The Norwegian Spirit is a cruise ship built in 1998 and refurbished in 2019. It has a gross tonnage of 75,904 and can accommodate up to 2,018 passengers. Unlike other cruise ships, the Norwegian Spirit has no kid’s areas and focuses on providing an elevated experience for adult cruisers.
Norwegian Spirit’s Balcony Cabin #11650
We had a wonderful experience staying in our stateroom aboard the Norwegian Spirit. Our assigned balcony stateroom had recently been refurbished and was in like-new condition. It had USB ports at the desk and below both reading lamps on each side of the bed, ample storage space, and a flat-screen TV. The desk was functional, and I could work comfortably during our trip.
Elegant and Comfortable
The bathroom was very nice and functional. The shower was spacious and had excellent water pressure (something I enjoy). I loved it’s solid door, it was almost like being at home. The toilet was also nicely placed, and we enjoyed this bathroom for its thoughtful design.
The best part of our stateroom was the nice-sized balcony that allowed us to soak up the Sun and take in the fantastic views while sailing away from Vancouver to begin our Alaskan cruise or to enjoy the views while cruising. Either way, we highly recommend a balcony stateroom aboard this ship. It helps you get closer to the different places and easily see the changing views as you travel—a must during an Alaskan cruise.