Our cabin had handicap-access feature. It was exceptionally roomy -- almost 200 square feet, not including the bathroom. The balcony was another 90 square feet. The room offered plenty of closet and other storage space -- more than were really needed, though we were very consciously not to over-pack. There was one comfotable side chair, plus a chair at the desk. These along with a small table worked perfectly when we would have breakfast in our room.
Our cabin attendant was very meticulous and thorough. He ofter discovered problems before we didi and took steps to get them fixed.
We got to experience Princess's new Luxury Bed which we both found extremely comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Excellent we had a adapted cabin and it was very well laid out with pull down rails in the wardrobes which is a plus for me as my husband can get his own clothes. The bathroom is really big but the drain around the shower area isn't deep enough and the,water flows around the floor I had to mop it up with towels. Read entire member review >>
The room steward is a key crew member as he/she sets the tone and is the first impression one gets from the ship. In our case, she either needed more training or was overwhelmed by her duties. On arrival there were no hand towels in the room. She had to be asked twice for them to appear the next day She would remove dirty glasses but not replace them with clean ones. It took a day before we got our gifts cards (2) and our excursions booking. On the second day at sea I enquired at the Captain’ Circle desk about the cocktail for platinum, elite, and suite passengers only to be told that my invitation should have been in my room on arrival. The room was fine with ample storage space. The bed was excellent. The bathroom is small but quite acceptable except for the shower. The space is minuscule, the shower curtain is always clinging and who knows when it was last cleaned. In addition, there is no bath soap but rather two gel dispensers attached to the wall. We now carry our own soap dish and bath soap bar just like in developing countries... Princess can do better that that. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was in a great location on the ship. Right next to the stairs and elevators. We were next door to our friends, and able to open the balcony door, so it was shared. Plenty of storage space, although shower was hard to maneuver in. The bed seemed bigger than a queen. Possibly even a king? LOVED having the balcony! Read entire member review >>
This cabin is right off the elevator hall and we had reservations about it at first for that reason. As it turned out it was very quiet and not a problem at all, we were very comfortable. We think we had a bonus in this area because we were right next to three suites and had the steward who cared for those who we think was very adept at pleasing people and keeping the place spotless. Very good spot on the ship and we would book this one again. Read entire member review >>
B706 aft portside cabin -- quiet and smooth, near the laundry, good views while sailing south, nice small balcony with 2 chairs and small round table -- good for viewing, reading, writing, and relaxing. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was Dolphin (Deck 9 - fore) 228, with a balcony. Quiet location, great view, 2 floors above the Princess Theatre. We loved our state room and had no issues or complaints. Read entire member review >>
Our balcony cabin is the last one towards the stern on the port side. There is a large public balcony across the stern. This public balcony provides extra viewing opportunities, especially when transiting the Panama Canal. Read entire member review >>
We thought this cabin was adequate in size and ammenities. We loved the half-covered balcony. We enjoyed this location at the rear of the ship - very quiet and really close to elevators and laundry. Read entire member review >>
Aloha 722 Last cabin at back of ship. Long walk to all the restaurants. No room for a sofa in the cabin and there was 1 desk chair and one small uncomfortable chair. We had sofas on both Celebrity ships in the past. Balcony small but OK. Tiny shower in bathroom. Big closet. Read entire member review >>
We had a great balcony with plenty of room. Had four chairs and a small table. Had plenty of room in the cabin for our clothes. Closet space was more than adequate. Very small shower, but that's OK. We were next to an elevator and never heard any noise. Our balcony was partially covered. Read entire member review >>
Our room was perfect, plenty of room too store our belongings, clean and comportable.
Very quiet, never heard any noise outside our room.
Would not cruise without a balcony to much to see! Read entire member review >>
New flat screen TV would have been nice.
Shower, although serviceable, could be larger
Loved the location - quiet, easy location, fantastic balcony view, absolutely perfect cabin stewardess.
Would love to try mini-suite for balcony (or less) price.
Wonderful decor in cabin. simple, easy-on-the-eye color.
Loved the non-skid flooring on the balcony. Read entire member review >>
Quite a good location, near the aft stairs but noise free. Short walk to the Atrium for the dining room, but a bit longer for Horizon court. Good sized 7ftX9ft balcony with 2 recliners, 2 chairs and table. Short walk to the aft Caribe Laundromat. Read entire member review >>
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