Balcony (BA): Pacific Princess Cabin Reviews

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8 Reviews
Twin beds that make up into a comfortable queen-size bed. Private balcony. Sofa or sofa bed. TV and desk. Spacious closet. Bath with shower. Approximately 216 square feet including balcony.

Balcony (BA)
Decks: Deck 7
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Roomy and everything worked fine.
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Cabin 7009
Lovely, clean, more than adequate. Closet space was very good [and, I bring a lot of clothes.] The bathroom was perfect in space and shelves. I didn't use all the drawer space in the cabin. Had there been two of us in this cabin, the drawer and closet space would have been more than adequate.
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Cabin 7070
Pleasant Surprise craig3137

Cabin was great- good location, dead centre.

There were problems with sewage on the ship, but not our cabin. They had shut the water off on our floor one day for "routine maintenance". other than that, no issues.


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Cabin 6001
Great balcony cabin on the bow of the ship, overlooking the docking equipment. Fabulous views of the docking procedures.
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Cabin 7084

Our experience is on 7084 and 7085 on Pacific Princess. Both are the same layout and are fine, with a decent bed and room for a proper couch. Storage was OK and the bathroom a reasonable size. The only thing to watch is the balcony - there is a solid plate at low level which partly obstructs the view -a cabin a little further back would overcome this problem but then you would have to walk further to the stairs.


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The cabin decor is fine with a flat panel TV and a few modern features. There are 4 plug-ins with 2 for 110 and 2 for 220. All the things you needed are there. The closet is smaller than what we are used to. There is still plenty of space, just not as roomy. We travelled light with 1 suitcase each. For those who travels with 2 or more pieces each. You may run out of space. Empty suitcases can fit under the bed. We have never needed to do that on the other Princess ships but have to do it here to make room.
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