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Mini-Suite Cabins 17 Reviews
Mini-Suites with balconies are larger than staterooms with balconies, with up to 323 square feet. Features a queen bed or two twins that convert to a queen-size bed, a separate sitting area with sofa bed and desk, and a bathtub with massage shower head.
    
Mini-Suite (AB)
Decks: Dolphin Deck
Mini-Suite (AB)


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Cabin Rating
D322
Great location!  Read entire member review.
D324
D324 is a typical mini-suite, halfway down the hallway so there's not too much noise from the elevator area.  Read entire member review.
D326
We had a mini suite on the Dolphin deck (D326) that had plenty of room and a great view, large bathroom with full size tub and shower. This cabin really allowed us to spread out and be comfortable. We enjoyed breakfast in our cabin each morning. Balcony was great, plenty of room. Some folks didn't like the fact that some upper levels of the ship could look into your balcony. This didn't bother us at all. People were very friendly.  Read entire member review.
D618
Dolphin 618. Mini-suite. Great location. Quiet. Love the large bathroom and separate sitting area. Would sail in this cabin again.  Read entire member review.
D618
Our stateroom was good size, very clean and comfortable. Our cabin steward, Felix, awesome, very gracious, polite and professional. While it was not huge the balcony was open above to others looking down on you. Smoke from others drifting onto the balcony was a nuisance at times & beside smoking in on decks, by the pools, which today should not be allowed. Oh well it could have been worse and at least our room did not smell of smoke. I think they should make one side of the ship for smokers and the other non.  Read entire member review.
D621
D621 midway between midships and aft (Back) of boat, excellent cabin with all amenities very good shower over bath very good layout with separate lounge area very quiet during night excellent soft bed, spotlessly clean. Only thing I would recommend is to get a even number room on other side of boat as most of the islands views are this side.  Read entire member review.
D722
Perfect! The balconies on the Dolphin deck are spacious and I love that they can be opened up (with permission from the bridge) so that people traveling in groups can share the space.  Read entire member review.
D^
Ruby is a GEM! by fishchick
Adequate closet and shelf space, very roomy and comfortable cabin, great balcony, nice bathroom with bathtub/shower combo.  Read entire member review.
None
Good size cabin, and balcony. Tub in bathroom, and water pressure in shower was great. I never heard any noise in the hallways or cabins next door. I always choose a cabin away from main elevator lobbies, so no noise from them either. Closet was a good size, and space under beds was big enough to store even the largest of suitcases. As earlier stated, cabins on Dolphin deck (9) are completely visible to cabins above, and are open to elements etc. But if the weather is good, no problem mon !!  Read entire member review.
None
We really enjoy the mini-suite on Princess. It's just right for the two of us. Sure a little shade from the sun would be nice on the balcony, but privacy (or lack thereof) is not an issue.  Read entire member review.
These cabins were rated but not individually reviewed; read the full cruise review for opinions on cabins and more.
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