The Cabin was average, old and small. The Balcony and furniture was comfortable. The phone did not work properly and we could not make reservations or get room service with it. The bathroom was much smaller than most cruise ships, there was no way to shower without hitting elbows and drenching the floor. Read entire member review >>
Nice stateroom, AC works perfect, large balcony. However, you will not be able see the front of the ship from your balcony because of the bump of staterooms from C311 and towards the forward of the ship. Read entire member review >>
Nice views and layout. Tiny shower. Good closet space. Terrific for being on the side of the buffet, but to go to the dining room, you had to go to one elevator, then walk to the next elevator... not direct. Read entire member review >>
We did have an obstructed view because the ship side was indented starting with our cabin and we saw our neighbors balcony when we looked toward the front of the ship.
The size of the cabin was generous as was the bathroom and the storage space was more than adequate Read entire member review >>
Located 1 flight down from buffett ,3 steps from elevators , pools,& spa/gym making it very convenient.
May hear some chair scraping but minimal..quiet at night.
Beds new at drydock & comfortable .its on a forward bumpout & covered.
We were very happy w choice. Read entire member review >>
Cabin had enough room for two women and their "stuff". Noticed the small shower again compared to the bigger showers on the Regal and Royal. Felt a little claustrophobic a couple times while in the shower. But enjoyed having a larger balcony compared to the Regal and Royal. You really notice how much bigger it is. Read entire member review >>
Great balcony. Cabin steward efficient but lacked personality. Balcony dividers may be opened upon request to allow friends/family to traverse freely between cabins without moving through the corridor. Read entire member review >>
Coral Princess B316 - Great closet and adequate storage for all clothing. Loved the balcony and room layout was great. Bed was very comfortable. Great location to elevator and very quiet. Bathroom was small but adequate (it's a cruise ship). Cabin was very clean and well maintained. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom was located near the elevators, BUT it was very quiet and we both slept so well! The bedding and temperature in the room helped us to relax. The bathroom was tight- for this long a trip go to a mini-suite! Read entire member review >>
Cabin B 734 is aft next to stern and was adequate for two people. Balcony very small. Storage space good; shower extremely tiny. Nice feature: Door to large stern open public balcony right outside our cabin entrance. Good pictures of sunsets and clouds taken from there. Would choose this cabin again. Read entire member review >>
e were on the Caribe Deck in a Balcony room (BE; 310). We were starboard at the last forward bump out room. The room was what we expected and we enjoyed the balcony very much. Although, being the last room on the forward bump out, we could pretty much look back and see every balcony behind us. No one could see into our room, but we could see others on their balconies. However, during the glacier days, everyone was nice and it was fun to join into different conversations. Although, I sometimes felt like by us standing at the railing of our balcony, we were blocking the view for the people not on the bump out. Our room steward, Nelson, was super nice and was easy to track down. We did have problems with our room key, but he was able to open the door with no problem. There were no towel animals each night, but I was prepared for that from CC. We did get chocolate on our pillows every evening, so I was pleasantly surprised since I had read on CC that some cruisers did not get them. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was average size compared to other Princess ships but the shower seemed extra small at 24 inches deep by 36 inches across. Tricky to shave your legs. The duvet cover, sheets, and the dust ruffle on the bed had tears that were patched or covered up. The sliding door to the balcony had been beaten up at the frame bottom and needed to be smoothed out. The bathroom was always kept full of amenities and clean. It was more worn than previous cabins. Balcony was good size but smoky due to neighbors smoking out there. NOISY due to being across from crew area where they wheeled out their carts early in the morning and rattled glassware and dishes into closets to go to the galley morning and night. Read entire member review >>
The room was small, but having a balcony gave us a sense of opennes our friends in a regular oceanview cabin did not had, and which we certainly did not have in the interior cabin we had had the year before. Closet space very limited. I wish there were a way to prevent water from the shower from soaking the bathroom floor (need to remember not to leave clothes there). Our room safe was not functioning when we arrived; it book two mechanics to fix it, and another one to return a few days later. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was small as expected but well functioning and very clean. We ordered a mattress pad and it was on the bed when we got there, for the first time ever, and it made the bed very comfortable. I didn't even notice the mound in the middle, making me think they got new beds. The bathroom was small too, and the shower is still not my favorite thing. I never did get good at not creating a lake in the bathroom after a shower, I just do not have those skills! Read entire member review >>
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