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Norwegian Getaway Cabins
The Norwegian Getaway is a beautiful large cruise ship, with more than 2,000 villas, cabins, and suites. The cruise ship has six different types of cabins and mini-suites in more than 30 categories, including mini-suites, spa, balcony, oceanview, inside, and studio. In addition, the ship has seven categories of suites and villas in The Haven. There's certainly a stateroom to fit every taste and budget.
The Norwegian Getaway spent August 2016 at the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Unlike the Silver Cloud, which housed the USA men's and women's basketball teams, the Norwegian Getaway accommodated corporate sponsors, members of the International Olympic Federation and national Olympic organizing committees, and other assorted VIPs. Although most of this group stayed in the 1,900 regular cabin categories, some of the higher-ranking VIPs were housed in The Haven, which is the ship's exclusive area of villas, suites, and luxury common areas.
Solo travelers will love the tiny (100 square-foot) studio cabins, which are specifically designed and priced for those traveling alone. These cabins even have their own exclusive Studio Lounge.
Some of the different types of cabins on the Norwegian Getaway are:
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- Spa Mini-Suite with Balcony
- Spa Balcony
- Family Oceanview
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Spa Mini-Suite With Balcony
The spa mini-suites on the Norwegian Getaway are in category M9. These mini-suites are 239 square feet and are all located mid-ship on deck 14 near the Mandara Spa and fitness center.
In addition to the amenities found in all the mini-suites, the spa mini-suites feature a tranquil décor, king-size bed, and an oversized waterfall shower with multiple body spray jets. Anyone who loves to visit the spa or fitness center will appreciate the easy access to these facilities, as well as complimentary access to the Thermal Spa Suites during regular Spa hours.Continue to 3 of 10 below.
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Spa Balcony Cabin
The spa balcony cabins on the Norwegian Getaway are in category B9, include two lower beds that convert to a queen-size, and are 207 square feet in size. Like the spa mini-suites, these cabins feature a tranquil spa décor and are adjacent to the Mandara Spa and fitness center. Guests staying in the spa balcony cabins also have complimentary access to the Thermal Spa Suites during regular Spa hours.Continue to 4 of 10 below.
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The Norwegian Getaway has 10 categories of balcony cabins, ranging in size from 207 square feet to 280 square feet. These cabins are found on decks 8 through 14. As might be expected on a large, modern ship, the balcony cabins are the most prevalent type of cabin. Some of the balcony cabins sleep up to four people.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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This bathroom is typical of those found in most of the cabins on the Norwegian Getaway. There is a generous amount of storage space and excellent lighting.Continue to 6 of 10 below.
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Shower in Cabin Bathroom
This shower is typical of those found in most of the cabins on the Norwegian Getaway. It was larger than those found on some ships, which is appreciated. Some of the cabin classes have a combination tub/shower.Continue to 7 of 10 below.
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Family Oceanview Cabin
The family oceanview cabins are on deck 5 in category O1. The cabins include two lower beds that convert to a queen-size bed and additional bedding that can accommodate three guests. Most of the cabins have a tub/shower combination and many connect to the cabin next door.Continue to 8 of 10 below.
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Bathroom in Family Oceanview Cabin
Families traveling with children will appreciate the tub/shower combination found in most of the family oceanview cabins.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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The oceanview cabins on the Norwegian Getaway measure 161 square feet and are located on decks 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13. Many of the cabins can accommodate four persons, and the twin beds can be combined into a queen size.Continue to 10 of 10 below.
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The inside cabins on the Norwegian Getaway are the smallest and least expensive double cabins on the large cruise ship, measuring 129–150 square feet. The inside cabins are in nine different categories located on decks 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14. Although they do not have a window or balcony, these cabins do feature the same spacious private baths with a shower found in higher categories.