The staterooms on the Norwegian Dawn feel like the “good old days” of cruising with the nautical feel and airy accents that are typical of ships this age. Even though the ship was refurbished from stem to stern in 2016, only minor refreshes were done to the cabins, so they still feel a bit old school but extremely well maintained.
The cabins are typically spacious and comfortable, with enough room to accommodate up to four guests. The decor is tasteful, with a soothing, traditional color scheme. Despite being an older ship, we loved the nautical elements in the room like the old ship-style bedside lights.
360 Degree View of NCL Dawn Balcony cabin
The cabins have ample storage and all of the amenities you’d expect including a new-ish flat-screen TV, mini fridge, and a seating area with a hair dryer & mirror. Cubbies to store small items, bags, and electronic gadgets are abundant.
Some passengers might be put off by the bathroom on the Norwegian Dawn, but it’s actually quite large and functional!
The private balcony, which is furnished with two chairs and a small table, makes it the perfect space to relax and take in the beautiful ocean views. Balcony staterooms have a floor-to-ceiling glass door (sliding) providing easy access to the balcony and allowing plenty of natural light to enter the cabin.