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New to NCL. We are planning a friends and family cruise on the Pride. We are trying to decide on 2 2 bedroom suites or 4 midship balconies. The price is basically the same per person. Looking for suggestions, pro, cons on which to choose.

 

Thanks for your help.

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Hi, we were on the Pride of America in July and had a suite connected to a balcony cabin. If you can get everyone into two suites, the suite perks are definitely worth it. I can't even list them all, but you are treated like royalty and get a lot of benefits that really enhance your cruise. You also get simple things like a bathtub (if that's important, or if you will have kids with you), a DVD player and DVD's, and the advantage of breakfast in the steakhouse (so much less crowded and lots of personal attention) and skipping lines to get on and off the ship. If however you think that the people in your group would prefer more privacy, then you could do the four balcony cabins. FYI you can't connect your balconies together, except when docked and then only if your steward does it for you. The POA is a great ship - you will enjoy it!

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Hi, we were on the Pride of America in July and had a suite connected to a balcony cabin. If you can get everyone into two suites, the suite perks are definitely worth it. I can't even list them all, but you are treated like royalty and get a lot of benefits that really enhance your cruise. You also get simple things like a bathtub (if that's important, or if you will have kids with you), a DVD player and DVD's, and the advantage of breakfast in the steakhouse (so much less crowded and lots of personal attention) and skipping lines to get on and off the ship. If however you think that the people in your group would prefer more privacy, then you could do the four balcony cabins. FYI you can't connect your balconies together, except when docked and then only if your steward does it for you. The POA is a great ship - you will enjoy it!

 

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New to NCL. We are planning a friends and family cruise on the Pride. We are trying to decide on 2 2 bedroom suites or 4 midship balconies. The price is basically the same per person. Looking for suggestions, pro, cons on which to choose.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

If everyone gets along, go for the suites. As mentioned above, NCL's Suite Life really spoils you for any other cabins on NCL, or any other cruise line, IMO.

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