The cabin attendant worked alone and kept the cabin clean and ready for us. We were given a handicapped balcony cabin, although we do not require it (we were on a BD guarantee and assigned this cabin). The only negative to this was that the shower was a large area with only a shower curtain and drainage track on the floor to define the space. Unfortunately, with each shower, the floor past the drains would flood and leave a wet mess in the bathroom. Talking with our neighbors who were also in a handicapped cabin we learned that they, too, had the same problem. The cabin attendant was very familiar with this problem and gave us each extra towels to place around the drain areas to "dam up" the water and then soak up the wet areas. What a mess for the cabin attendant, and an little inconvenient for us, but not enough to detract from the benefits of a much larger cabin and at least 50% larger balcony! Still, this drainage problem needs a little work (and redesign) by Princess.You do lose a little aft viewing angle as the balcony to your left extends out past this cabin's, but it is still a nice large balcony. The extra space in the cabin, however, was just superb. There were two dressers with four large drawers each and two separate hanging closest with enough room for both DH and my items.As a handicapped room, however, there were only two very tiny open glass shelves for items in the bathroom, so I kept only our toothbrushes and toothpaste in the bathroom, the rest on the full dresser on my side of the bed. Hair dryer worked fine, and I have long hair.It was also only a short walk (maybe 15 feet) to the aft elevator bank, but a much longer walk to the dining rooms and cafÃ©, which were both forward on the ship. Room was very quiet and private even though there was traffic going to the aft elevators that passed the cabin.