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Mini-Suite with Balcony Cabins 24 Reviews
Twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Separate sitting area with sofa bed. Balcony. Two televisions. Refrigerator. Spacious closet. Bath with tub and shower. Approximately 280-302 square feet including balcony.
Mini-Suite with Balcony (AA)
Mini-Suite with Balcony (AA)

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Dolphin 517. Mini suite. Great location near the elevators. Quiet. Great service! I would book it again in a heartbeat.

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Location up forward on the starboard side..........had to walk quite a ways to get an elevator that went down far enough to go to the dining was located about 10 doors from us, which let us go to the theatre, Wheelhouse Bar, and the Lido for the buffet.

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Our cabin was B206. It had a most covered balcony. The bridge can look down on part of the balcony. The cabin had a lot of storage, enough for 4. I never heard anyone in the hallway. There is no rooms across from the cabin. It is at the very front of the ship and is in a very, very quiet location. It is very near the Horizon Court.  Read entire member review.
On the Coral Princess we had an AA mini suite on Baja room 216. Very nice room with lots of space for our things. The balcony was OK but not as private as some other ships we have been on. The location was good for viewing the Panama Canal transit. The only issue we had was the beds were well used and uncomfortable. It was very quite.  Read entire member review.

More room than expected. Bathroom had full tub and shower. More than enough storage space with a large hanging closet, stand up dresser (shelves), and two night stands.

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North to Alaska ! by patperry
A mini-suite is great. Full size tub is a plus. The room has a little extra storage and a full size sofa. This cabin if forward but it was a very smooth sail. There is no balcony above, so you get full sun and a great view of the bridge.  Read entire member review.

Mini with balcony, port side forward . category was MA. balcony is enough for 4 chairs and table plus footrest. 17 Sq. Ft.
3 pillow couch with 2 pillow hide away. Watched the game on couch.Two TV sets, flat screen. Front of the ship very little foot traffic but elevator in Atrium stops at 8 and you have to transfer to go to 10. Long bath tub with shower curtain. Bring wooden clothespins to weigh down.

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Coral Princess, Caribe Deck, Room 220. Very quiet area of ship. Great layout of a mini-suite. Had a covered balcony. Quick access to open forward deck on Caribe deck. Need to use the mid-ship elevator to get to main dining rooms on Levels 5 and 6. Forward elevator will go to Horizon Court on Level 10 and the Princess Theatre on Level 7.  Read entire member review.
Princess Cruises has got mini suites down pat! The closet space just great, a nice sized balcony and inside sitting area. Love the two t vs in the room. If one is sleeping the other person doesn't have to listen to the tv. We love these mini suites well worth the few extra dollars for a two week cruise!  Read entire member review.

Great cabin. Starboard side enjoyed it .

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C504 Category AA Great cabin next to mid ship stairs-quick access. Right across from crew space--luggage lifts and cabin stewards but not noisy. Cabin has a full tub--high step to get in and out so may not be suitable for certain people--no real safety bar. No outlets in bathroom. Hairdryer over desk in living area--same for outlets. Larger mini suite meant less balcony space--only room for 2 chairs vs. the 4 that others around us had. King-size sofa that converted into queen size bed. Side chair as well. Lots of hangers and dresser space. Roller duffel bags fit under bed so no storage problem. Balcony had glass side aft which gave less privacy but allowed us to watch everyone else and talk as we wanted to those besides and below us.  Read entire member review.
Dolphin 505

We always choose a mini-suite with Princess. We enjoy the extra room and the larger bathroom with a tub. Our only complaint with a mini-suite, and it's a very small complaint, is that most of the m-s balconies are exposed to balconies of rooms on higher decks. It would be nice to have covered a covered balcony in that price category. Other than that, the m-s affords a seating area with a couch, table and chair and plenty of room for two people to go about their business without bumping into one another.

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Average by BAI@bay
CAbins were good, bathroom small  Read entire member review.

Our Cabin Steward was phenomenal. She made us feel very welcome.

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Our 3 mini suites were great. Ours was in the middle. The balcony had a door which allowed our grandchildren to visit us when needed. Good use was made many times of the large balcony. Rosalie, who looked after the 3 rooms, and many more, was outstanding!  Read entire member review.

Wonderful cabin with a large private balcony.

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Sold on Princess! by crcaldwell

Excellent size, décor and layout.

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