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Mini-Suite with Balcony Cabins 20 Reviews
Twin beds which make up into a queen-size bed, a private balcony, refrigerator, and TV make these accommodations like a home away from home.
    
Mini-Suite with Balcony (AD)
Decks: Emerald Deck
Mini-Suite with Balcony (AD)


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Cabin Rating
D630
Nice, not Great by weinberghr1
Queen Bed. SOfa Bed in seating area. 2 TV's . Bathroom incuded full sized bath tub  Read entire member review.
D719

Cabin D719. Please see my survey report as I pointed out all the noise problems with this room. There are lifeboats suspended below this room and they were doing maintenance on them during our cruise. The noise from all the hammering were unbearable at times, and paint thinner fumes filled our room on the third day. The laundry room is right across the hall and it was convenient for doing our laundry. The balcony was great and the view was wonderful.

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E 728
Our mini-suite has a very large closet, with additional shelves in yet another closet. Rather small bathroom, but it had a tub. So who stays in a bathroom for too long anyway? :-) The space-usage was very well done in our cabin. Lots of drawer and counter space. Very nice-sized cabin.  Read entire member review.
E719
April Fools by BaciX5
Average balcony room. Have had better.  Read entire member review.
E719
We had an AD Mini-suite with covered balcony. Sitting area, queen size bed when two beds pushed together. Two flat screen TVs with remotes, bathtub. Plenty of room for clothes and luggage. Our large suitcase did not fit under the bed as it does other lines. Never enough outlets! We took a plug that had five more places to plug into it. Location was quite and right around the corner from elevators. It was a little distance from the laundry room.  Read entire member review.
E722
First Princess Cruise by Queen of the Queen
We had a mini suite, great closet and storage space, two TV's! Nice size bathroom with a tub. Enjoyed the separate seating area with more shelf and drawer space. Nice size balcony with two chairs, foot rests and a table. We were on the deck with a covered balcony and it gave lots of privacy.  Read entire member review.
E723
This was my first experience with a mini-suite on Emerald Deck 8, one of the 12, which are the only mini-suites aboard ship to have COVERED balconies, and I found it to be an excellent choice. Although near the aft of the ship with a bit more sea motion than midships, Emerald Deck 8 is the lowest passenger deck offering balconies, and the lower the better as far as sea motion is concerned. Mini-suites, of course, have about half as much more space than a balcony stateroom, with a sitting area furnished with a triple sofa, chair and table. Also the TWO flat-panel LCD TVs - one facing the "living room" and one facing the bedroom are most convenient. A major asset of a mini-suite is the LARGE bathroom complete with tub and shower. The over-sized closet area is also a definite plus. We had much more storage space: closet and drawers, that we could use. I will never be happy with an ordinary balcony stateroom again!  Read entire member review.
E727
Great cabin, balcony was covered, private and quiet. Large bathroom and closet, plenty of drawers and shelves to store belongings. 4 of us stayed in this cabin. My two sisters on the twin beds, I slept on the pull out couch and my teenage daughter slept on the upper birth. We had plenty of room for all our belongings. The cabin is at the back of the ship and we could hear the ship's engines. We were also over one of the theaters and if we went to bed early we could hear the late show. It did not bother me but it might bother a light sleeper. Ear plugs should be considered. The cabin is also a rather long walk from the elevators but with all the good food we ate, walking was a good thing!!  Read entire member review.
E728
The interior of the cabin is a standard mini-suite. The balcony is extra-long (about 2x normal length)and provides an unobstructed view to the rear as well as to the side. It is completely covered and very private - only your immediate neighbor to the right can look around the solid partition. The stage of the Vista Lounge is immediately below; noise is an issue on nights when there is a musical act in the that Lounge.  Read entire member review.
E728
Cruising to Hawaii by Kruising Katt
E728 is in a quiet location and close to the aft elevators. There is plenty of storage space and a large closet. The balcony is extended but can be too cold and windy for comfortable use on sea days. The sofa sitting area makes things much nicer than having just the bed and a chair to sit on like the balcony rooms. The bath is small but adequate. It has a tub with shower.  Read entire member review.
E728
Golden Princess Cabin E728 has an amazing covered balcony. It spoiled us for other future cabins.  Read entire member review.
None
Nicely sized, ample bathroom. Quiet location. Convenient to our favorite places, traditional dining room, buffet, Vista lounge. Able to unpack for 3 people in closet and shelves no problem and all suitcases fit under the bed. Did not feel excessive movement towards aft as I had feared. Laundry nearby was not a factor at all.  Read entire member review.
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