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Coral Princess Cabin Reviews - Mini-Suite with Balcony

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Mini-Suite with Balcony Cabins 15 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 (AC)
Decks: Dolphin Deck
Mini-Suite with Balcony (AC)

Cabin Rating
Very Nice Cruise by 2006prius
C228 was very nice. Several floors above the Princess Theater so very easy access to and from that. Excellent views. Bathroom was much larger than we expected. Comfortable sofa and chair and balcony furniture was nice too. Lighting was good and room temperature was good too. Very quiet room except during the force 9 gale winds.  Read entire member review.
nice mini suite room, lots of space. balcony is not private, but that didn't bother us.  Read entire member review.
balcony is not covered, comfortable bed, great 6 ft. bath and wonderful shower, 2 nice flat screen TV's, long comfy couch to relax on, plenty of storage, lots of room under the bed for our large baggage, great cabin steward- David. He did a wonderful job keeping our room clean. We enjoyed room service in the morning, however the coffee was not very hot.  Read entire member review.
The Cabin Classic Mini-Suite that seemed a bit larger than my recollections from the Grand Class Ships, but maybe it was my imagination. D710, an aft cabin, has a lot of shake and rattle from the the power plant and propulsion systems. Much more than aft cabins on the Grand Class ships. The crown moldings and the ventilation vents vibrated and rattled constantly, and when the ship reached 20+ knots during the FL to Aruba and Cabo to LA runs it was a bit hard to sleep. You could actually see the wine vibrating in your glass, and come night time we had to make sure that glasses left on the counter were on paper and not touching to reduce the noise. Even our overnight in Panama City, with the propulsion system stopped, we had a lot of vibration from the electrical power plant. The mattress was in fine condition. The MiniSuite, for a 15 day cruise with lots of sea days, is a sweet ride and for us well was worth the extra cash over the balcony class rooms (which we've also enjoyed on many other cruises).  Read entire member review.
D711 D709 are great cabins on the Coral Princess. It is a long walk to the front of the ship to eat. This just allows you to eat more since you walk it all off. It is very quiet, laundry is out your door to the left 25 feet and into a small hallway. I would take this location again.    Read entire member review.
dolphin 608. Terrific on all counts. Quiet, midship, port (chosen for southbound cruise), great storage, full size tub/shower (tub height a little high to step/climb over if that is an issue). Loved balcony. Duvet is hot and no other sheet provided. Requested a top sheet and blanket. Sheet was torn and dingy so we chose not to use it. Bring an extension cord and/or multi outlet strip for electronics.  Read entire member review.
These cabins were rated but not individually reviewed; read the full cruise review for opinions on cabins and more.
Cabin Rating
Very Nice Cruise by kenbarbvelx
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