The interior stateroom features two twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Other amenities include a refrigerator, television, closet and bathroom with shower. Approximately 160 square feet of space.
Cabin was very small. Using the double bed configuration was not good, as the open space on upper walls housed the bunk beds. As a result you had to slide from the side into bed. Location of the cabin was good. Close to 2 elevator locations. Absolutely no exterior noise from upper, sides or outside. Lots of hanging clothes room and safe, but limited shelf storage. Beds had side tables with only drawers, but they were impossible to open. Had to pull very hard, but was difficult to do with bunk beds being very close. Read entire member review.
Our experience with the Diamond Princess was much different than the Crown Princess. The Diamond had some of the quietest staterooms we've ever had. The Crown Princess was fairly average in that hall noise was easily heard in our cabin and one night we had to endure a party thrown by our neighbors.
We do like the cabin layout of Princess, which is different from other lines. Their cabin layout results in a little more space and privacy with a little less storage room for clothes. Our room steward, Richardo, was very attentive and helpful and went out of his way to help us with several requests for packing material.
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