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Connecting balcony stateroom Norwegian encore

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Hi!!!! I just booked two connecting balcony staterooms on the new encore. My question is is there a door in between that you can go between both rooms without having to use the front doors kind of like a hotel room I've never seen the interiors of the connecting staterooms before

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If you booked connecting staterooms the answer is yes.

If you booked adjacent staterooms that do not show as connecting on the deck plans, the answer is no.

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It depends.  


As others have said as long as the cabins are listed as connecting then you can ask the cabin steward to unlock the interior connecting door.  


However, due to fire safety regulations they are not able to unlock the balcony partition between the two outdoor spaces if you were hoping to connect the two balconies.

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