A private balcony is just one of many fabulous features. These categories also include twin beds which make up into a comfortable queen-size bed, a refrigerator and TV, a spacious closet and a bath with shower.
The cabin was in good condition and well maintained. There was some minor cosmetic wear and tear on carpet edges and edges of furniture but this was to be expected and of no consequence to the enjoyment. The air conditioning was working fine. One of the beds that were pushed together had depressed mattress so bad that someone with incredible weight must have damaged the mattress and it has not been replaced. Read entire member review >>
We travelled as 2 couples with side by side balcony cabins which meant we could have the door between balconies open which was very convenient. On level 8 we were part of the promenade deck and had people walking past our balcony which did not worry us at all. We had the Princess Theatre below us but once again this was not a problem for our group. There was plenty of storage space in the cabin with suitcases fitting comfortably under the beds and plenty of hanging space and enough shelves for our storage needs. The bathrooms are not large but work well. We had enough room to escape when we wanted some time away from other people. Read entire member review >>
Cabin located on the Lido deck. Easy access to the pools, movies under the stars and the buffet. Despite the kids clubs located above, it was very quiet. Room steward kept it clean and the location was not far from the elevator and stairs. Read entire member review >>
A226 is a balcony cabin. The bedroom was with a queen bed and enough room for 2 people comfortably. Beds were comfortable. Bathroom and shower area was also roomy for one at a time. Shower pressure was good, much to my surprise on a ship. We were very impressed. Our cabin attendent, Elmer, was wonderful. Very friendly, helpful and straightened the room twice a day. Read entire member review >>
Surprisingly good cabin location. It's forward so you will feel the motion of the ocean if the sea state increases. You can hear music and voices from the Princess Theatre during shows and rehearsals Read entire member review >>
We were in room L219. Good location, great view and would have been nice and quiet if not for the GYM right above our room. The weight lifters thumped and crashed from morning til' night, dropping their weights on the floor, which was our ceiling. Read entire member review >>
E-202 and E-204. Near bow of ship so water splash is noisy when sea is rough or swelly (we liked the sound but it could be annoying to some). Covered balcony almost windproof and large enough for 4 people to spread out and enjoy. Port (left) side seemed to be more active for water creatures (whales, seals, dolphins). Nice closet, quiet location. Balcony is at eye-level for walkers on the Promenade deck so don't get too comfortable outside - or inside with drapes open. Read entire member review >>
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