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Balcony (BB): Dawn Princess Cabin Reviews

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28 Reviews
Two lower beds, which make up into a queen-size bed. Sitting area with desk. Balcony. Television. Refrigerator. Spacious closet. Approximately 179 square feet including balcony.

Balcony (BB)
Decks: Deck 9 | Deck 10 | Deck 11
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A336

Small but adequate. Good storage. Miniscual bathroom, but that's standard for cruising. Shower was ok size.
My wife is an Eskimo (not really but she loves the cool) so we took a small fan onboard-worked really well as the aircon was pretty ineffective.
Shower floor was peeling (not pleasant) and the toilet had seen better days, but they were clean.


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B627

Cabin was located close to lifts and stairs. You had to walk some distance to the middle of the ship to get to the dining rooms and bars. It was starboard side.


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A624

Good location and as usual with this ship, not particularly large. As a six footer, I would like a longer bed!
We prefer section 7 and we found that the Wi-Fi signal wasn't very strong. I ended up going out and along the corridor nearer the Wi-Fi repeater.
The balcony is small and rather tatty with the matting on the floor well overdue for replacement showing rust stains.


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B547

B547 small but good cabin. Balcony was a great bonus. Very quiet and would choose this level again.


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A514
Don't accept the Aloha deck, the noise from the deck above will disturb your rest.
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A528
Generally a great cabin, and typical size for this ship but the outdoor MUTS (Movies Under The Stars) had far too much bass at times and it rumbled down through the cabin. Directly above, is the seating around the deck and deck furniture was dragged around at 6:45am most mornings.
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B523
Cabin B523 on 10th deck Baja. Very small at 179 sq. ft. Balcony adequate. closet space OK. Main problem was really no room for 2 people to sit down and watch TV. There was a small desk with one chair. Most cabins of this class on newer ships have a small sofa in addition to a desk. Cabin down the hall from the laundramat. But this is a whole other story! Only 2 washers and dryers per floor for a 28 day cruise. Sending laundry out for the ship to do is very expensive. We did it early in the cruise and it cost over $100. People lined up waiting to use laundry room, and fights broke out due to frustration. Had to time your washing on port days or in the evening.
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A312
Perfect position, under Riviera cabins, so nice and quiet and close to elevators at the" right "end of the ship ( for food and entertainment)
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A701
Our cabin was a little smaller that we had imagined, but it worked. We had a balcony cabin on Aloha deck. The bed was a little hard but we got used to it. Never had enough space for our clothes, but then we took way to much. Would never do a cruise without the balcony, enjoyed the privacy, the room service breakfast as we sailed along. Could not fault our cabin it had everything you would need.
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