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Oceanview Stateroom Cabins 14 Reviews
Oceanview staterooms offer value and picture windows for a greater sense of space, with up to 194 square feet. Features two twin beds that make up into a queen-size and a bathroom with shower. Some windows have views and others have obstructed or partially obstructed views.
    
Oceanview Stateroom (E)
Oceanview Stateroom (E)


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202
Nice sized room. Window not obstructed -- you can see the lifeboat below the window but you have a great view of the Port Side. No noise from neighbors. But you have a lot of noise during the day and evening from Princess Theatre shows and rehearsals. Noise ends with final show of the evening.  Read entire member review.
207
An unobstructed view of the ocean for an obstructed view price.  Read entire member review.
325
Cabin quite roomy plenty of storage obstructed sea view but could still see well.  Read entire member review.
E503
Nice Cruise Experience by Beforethemast
Standard outside cabin with obstructed view. Good cabin steward. View was about 50% obstructed by lifeboats. Pretty good central location not too far from elevators. Quiet location, not too far from the laundry room where you can wash a load for $2 on your own.  Read entire member review.
E604
Our rooms were very quiet; I could not hear their television in the neighboring room. We did not hear any of the other guests on our floor, something I cannot say about some modern hotels at which I have stayed. The thermostat actually worked, and the temperature changed quickly. The shower offered abundant hot water. The room had a flat panel TV with three movie channels. The rooms had mini fridges and 6 feet of space to hang clothes. We stayed in E602 and E604, whose views were partially obstructed by lifeboats. E604's view was more obstructed than E602's. At 5 am, the outside lights came on, and occasionally there were workers outside by the lifeboats, so you should draw the drapes before you go to bed or when you want privacy. The sink stopper in E602 did not work to allow water to drain. But for the price, they were good values.  Read entire member review.
None
Cabin felt smaller than previous cruise ships; not enough drawer space. Bathroom was also a bit smaller but I liked that you could put the cosmetic bag under the sink. Big plus: closet was very roomy. And a major plus: the refrigerator was great-our water and soda actually got cold not lukewarm.  Read entire member review.
P247
P247 - this was an unobstructed oceanview cabin located on the starboard side of the Plaza deck (deck 5). It was in a good location near the elevators and was just off of the Art Gallery, so we could be in the International Cafe in less than a minute to get our fresh brewed coffee. The cabin was what we have come to expect with Princess (plenty of storage for our luggage once we've unpacked). Cabin was in good shape, and was not noisy at all. First time we've tried Plaza deck, but may not be the last.  Read entire member review.
e215
The cabin was very quiet, the fully obstructed view was completely wide open as the lifeboat was underneath the window. Great pillows, slightly hard bed. Shower is small, nice sized close with lots of drawer space.  Read entire member review.
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e114
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