Subscribe today
Get Cruise Critic in your inbox

Crown Princess Cabin Reviews
Home > Princess Ship Reviews > Crown Princess Reviews > Crown Princess Cabin Reviews
Oceanview Double Cabins 9 Reviews
Our oceanview stateroom offers value while picture windows provide your own view (categories E-G have partially to fully obstructed views). Two twin beds make up into a queen-size bed. Other amenities include a refrigerator, television, closet and bathroom with shower. Approximately 158 to 181 square feet of space.
    
Oceanview Double (D)
Decks: Plaza
Oceanview Double (D)


Cabin
Comments
Cabin Rating
530
Disappointed Family by sad sailor
D526, D528, D530 All mini suites All OK Wish there was a room divider (curtain or wall) between sleeping section and sitting section so one could open door to balcony or watch TV w/o disturbing the one still in bed. Closet area was immediately adjacent to bathroom and this was a cluster $#%&)%@ when one was getting cloths from closet and another was going into our out of the bathroom and there was so little room. If you weren't cautious you would get bonked by the bathroom door.  Read entire member review.
None
Don't miss dinner! by Islands7
Oceanview window - always fogged up or wet but could make out waves, ships, etc. Queen bed configuration not suited for overhanging flanking bunk beds folded against wall that serve to beat the heck out of your head & back when trying to use the walk spaces. This designer gets an "F". Motor home bathroom, shower so tight, difficult to wash back - better be under 200# of might get stuck. Step down/up bathroom not fun when ship's rocking = potential accident. Good idea to have closet/dressing privacy. TV has only $1 movies or something to sell you, very limited but somewhat informative (NO WEATHER!?!?!?!)so when the Captain invaded our space with the bed overhead speaker, he always gave the wrong weather forecast. Even on rocky seas days, this forward room on Deck 5 was nice, even helped to sleep. Cracked sink & toilet seat. Odd to walk through art gallery (for sale again) to get to rooms.  Read entire member review.
P310
We stayed in cabin 310 on the Plaza Deck (deck 5). This cabin is just about mid-ship (a little towards the front). It was an excellent cabin, very quite and convenient to everything. I did a little research on this cabin before our cruise and found a photo and description but that photo is NOT CORRECT. This is a "D" category cabin with the bed under the window, not along the side wall. It is a nice little room with a desk and chair (no other chair or sofa). Closet space is great. The bathroom is tiny (as expected) but had lots of storage in the form of wall shelf and a shelf under the seat.  Read entire member review.
P325
April 21st Sail Away by Kenosha Cruiser
The cabin was okay, but a bit noisy the deck below when crew members were working. This happen on port days early in the morning.  Read entire member review.
These cabins were rated but not individually reviewed; read the full cruise review for opinions on cabins and more.
Cabin
Comments
Cabin Rating
234
312
L 223
None
P303
Crown Princess Decks
Crown Princess Gala Deck
Crown Princess Plaza Deck
Crown Princess Fiesta Deck
Crown Princess Promenade Deck
Crown Princess Emerald Deck
Crown Princess Dolphin Deck
Crown Princess Caribe Deck
Crown Princess Baja Deck
Crown Princess Aloha Deck
Crown Princess Riviera Deck
Crown Princess Lido Deck
Crown Princess Sun Deck
Crown Princess Sports Deck
Crown Princess Sky Deck
Crown Princess Star Deck
About UsAdvertisingEditorial DisclaimerPress
PrivacySite MapStoreSubscribe
X

Thank You For Signing Up!

Please Note: To ensure delivery of your free e-letters, please add news@cruisecritic.com to your address book.

We're committed to protecting your privacy and will not rent or sell your e-mail address. By proceeding, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.