There are eight categories of staterooms on the Norwegian Dawn for you to choose from when you book a cruise on this ship. The most luxurious accommodation is the Garden Villa, which measures a whopping 5000 square feet. Here you have the most luxurious accommodations in a living room and dining room, three bedrooms, each of which comes with a king or queen size bed, and a private bathroom that exemplifies luxury. Two of the bedrooms have their own bathroom that features a whirlpool tub and a separate shower. You also have your own private garden with a hot tub and a terrace for dining outside.

The Owner’s Suite measures 740 square feet and includes a living room and dining room, a separate bedroom with a king size bed and a luxury bathroom with a whirlpool tub and shower. It has a private balcony, as does the Penthouse Suite, which is perfect for families with a separate bedroom for children who are on a cruise with their parents. If you are taking a cruise for your honeymoon, you just have to book the Romance Suite with a living area, spacious bedroom, luxury bath and private balcony.



The top of the line accommodations are also the most expensive of the staterooms on the Norwegian Dawn. They all come with a CD/DVD library, a mini-bar and refrigerator for your needs. Hairdryers are supplied in the bathrooms as well as fluffy bathrobes and slippers. They also have concierge service and butler service ready to attend to all your needs.

The mini-suites on the Norwegian Dawn are well able to accommodate two passengers. There are two beds that can be converted to a queen size bed and the suites contain a full ensuite. Some of these suites have been equipped so that they are wheelchair accessible and contain a shower only. Each suite does have its own private balcony.

Floor to ceiling windows characterize the balcony staterooms that feature two twin beds and a sitting area. The expanse of windows opens onto a furnished balcony where you can take in the sights and sunbathe in private. An oceanview stateroom does not have a balcony, but it does have a large picture window through which you have an exquisite view. If the view is not important to you on a cruise, you can save money by booking one of the oceanview staterooms on the Norwegian Dawn that has an obstructed view.

The inside staterooms are no less luxurious than those on the outside of the Norwegian Dawn. They feature two lower berths that can easily convert to one queen-sized bed. There is an ensuite containing a shower and the room is furnished with a television and a refrigerator.

The accommodations on the Norwegian Dawn are top of the line and make your cruise one of the best experiences of your life. If you want to bring along your laptop, there are Internet connections in the staterooms and you can always have a fresh cup of coffee with the coffee makers provided in all the cabins.

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