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Twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Sitting area with desk. Balcony. Refrigerator and TV. Spacious closet. Bath with shower. Approximately 217-248 square feet including balcony.

Balcony (BA)
Decks: Deck 9 | Deck 10 | Deck 11
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Cabin 443
C Plus Cruise Richard101
Basic balcony cabin
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Cabin B602
It had everything we needed. Ann was our steward and responded quickly to any concern. We did not have the robes I requested, she brought them right away. We wanted an extra sheet, she put it on just like described. She even made a cute animal out of towels.
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Balcony is definitely the way to go for an Alaskan cruise. We didn't have any issues with loud neighbors inside or on the balcony. The room had a little bit of wear but it was expected. We never had a problem with space and the service was great. We didn't watch TV a ton, but it did have good movies. It didn't have a map or specific location of where we were though.
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Cabin A602

Nice cabin; only mystery was learning how the shower faucets worked: no indication of how to increase/decrease the water temperature, and both faucets had a moveable flange on it that had no apparent function whatsoever. The bed mattress and pillows receive an A+ rating from us.

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Cabin E306

The cabin was spacious and well appointed with a balcony. The bathroom was typical cruise cabin size with the usual challenging shower environment. While we were located off the elevator lobby, it was quiet and we slept well.

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Cabin c615
Never Again NancyBarn

Two twin beds on the floor were okay to sleep in... two beds in the ceiling were uncomfortable... the ceiling bed was not raised during the day when we were at sea [nor any day for that matter] and it made it all that more difficult to get around... The room with 3 adults and a 1.5 year old was cramped--and the baby had to pay full price. If I were to do that again we would get an inside cabin across from the outside cabin [cost would have been the same as with 4 of us in this room and we would have gained a bit of space and privacy. Shower is cramped [and that I understood], however why put a assist bar right in the middle of the shower wall when it could have been installed on the wall with the faucets---giving the showeree a bit more room. We were glad to have had the balcony as it allowed us to see the glaciers and sea life as we passed.

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Cabin E229

Pick the Starboard side going Southbound. Great views. Great late day sun. Not as windy or cold on our trip on this side. Balcony is a must. But glacier viewing is shared by both sides of the ship as it turns.

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Cabin C535

Very comfortable. We enjoyed our balcony and ate several meals there. The bathroom was small, but we expected that. It has a flat screen TV and mini frig. Plenty of storage.

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Cabin A211
Wonderful time! 4skeeter
A211 was a great spot! Close to upper decks (FOOD,POOL, movies, view points) very convenient)and close to elevators for all else. Long walk if you wash your duds. Loved our balcony!!! Right up front. Balcony has 2 chairs and table. Extra hangers if you need them. Beds were fine. No tv to speak of for news other than CNN. Missed Wx channel. Loved ship channel for where we were. Internet is pricey and best done at Cafe..ok in room but slow. Shower is small. Take some clips (for chips etc) clip to bottom and curtain will stay put off the body. Set the temp for h2o before you enter cuz it gets warm! Ships water is fine. Buying water, drinks, soft drinks, special coffee etc, consider their "specials" cuz it gets pricey fast!Lovely helpful crew!
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Cabin E723
Cabin was near the back of the ship, very close to laundry facilities. Always seemed to be a cabin steward nearby if you needed one.
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Cabin C612
My husband and I had a Balcony cabin on the Caribe deck (C612). The room was plenty spacious for us although it was the smallest shower I have ever had on a cruise (17 cruises) but it really wasn't a big deal. The balcony in this room was great!! It was larger the the balconies on the decks above us and was half covered (unlike the balconies on the deck below us). I'm glad we had some covering since we had rain several days. You could still have your balcony door open or sit under the covering to enjoy the scenery. We had friends in the 3 cabins next to us (C614, C616 & C618)and our room steward opened up our balconies so we were able to go back & forth between very easily. There was a lot of hanging space but not a lot of drawer space, one set of about 5 shelves. This was a very quiet area of the ship - cabins above and below - no public areas. It was a short walk to mid-ship and aft elevators. Just a note - our friends had cabin C618 and it was HUGE because it was a handicap room. Large room, large shower, more storage space, larger(wider) balcony.
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Cabin C509
C 509 was a fine cabin. Nice balcony,covered, nice view but the glass and railing is obscure the view when seated. The room was bigger than some in European hotels.I found the storage space to be very good. The bathroom had counter space plus shelves. Shower was small but adequate.Needs new mattress.
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Cabin 305
Cabin 305 on the Baha Deck is immediately off the hall where the stairs and elevators are, but noise was never a problem. The room was comfortable and the balcony a nice place to sit. The only caution is that the showers are tiny.
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Cabin B603
Large balcony, although it needed some touch up painting including the deck chairs, clean room, bar tray was cracked but I did not complain. It is a typical Princess stateroom nothing special or out of the ordinary but comfortable for a long trip.
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Cabin c522
Alaska is Amazing! smileyperry
Headboard was yellowed and dirty. Cabin was perfect sized. Huge balcony was fabulous for Alaska.
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Cabin A501
Our cabin was in a great location. WE liked being in the center of the ship and on a upper deck. It was quick to get from our cabin to anywhere on the ship. We never heard any noise from the deck above.
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Cabin C332
C332 is acroos hall from entrance to what I think was a linen store but it did not create any significant noise although used fairly often.
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Cabin C402
Only issue was no location to store luggage efficiently. Very quiet location. Temperature was usually too hot for me while set at 76F. (Some of this was due to my travelmate, but not usually.) Elevators weren't too far away.
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A Trip of a lifetime sheilalynne
The cabin was what we expected, it was quiet and always kept clean. My biggest complaint is the small shower...
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The cabins on the Coral Princess are quite small. We had a balcony room and one of the bed was up against the wall. The bathroom leaves much to be desired.
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Cabin C-401
Small, but efficient. Tiny bathroom, but good storage. Lots of hanging closet space, but few shelves. Lacks seating area, but large balcony compensated. Stadium set-up of balcony prevents privacy.
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Cabin C623
North To Alaska! springchicken
Caribe balcony large, long walk to front of ship. Self-laundry near rear on C Deck. Quiet location.
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