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(approx 335-513 sq ft) Priority embarkation ensures a feeling of privilege, inside your superbly appointed suite a bottle of wine & succulent fresh strawberries are waiting. Fresh fruit replenished each day & personalised stationery. Should you wish, invite new friends for pre-dinner champagne & canapes in your separate living area, your concierge will gladly assist with any arrangements. This is your refined and relaxing retreat. Here, you can seek out idyllic seclusion on your private balcony.

Princess Suite (P2)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 5 | Deck 6
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Overall the "suite" was a benefit due to the extra living space. However this alone was the only advantage of the upgrade." Facilities were much the same as the standard balcony grades apart from a few options which we never took up e.g. Concierge Pillow Menu." This type of Cabin layout is designated a Mini Suite on Princess with an almost identical layout. Main disadvantage was the noise which appeared to come from below us. I thought this was because we were above the Boat Deck but was told it was something to do with the hydraulics for the lifeboats. Unfortunately due to the unpleasant calibre of fellow passenger/guest which comes with this cabin grade I doubt if we would ever opt for it again!
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Let down Hayden19
Very narrow cabin, we fell over each other at end of bed getting through. Wardrobe excellent, Settee nice size, dressing table and chair in wrong place.bathroom small because of bath, Poor cabin for the extra money it costs
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Cabin 6094
Just the best! Davelen
Lovely cabin, plenty of hanging space. Small bathroom with shower over bath but the wardrobe space made up for any deficiency there. Very small balcony. Cabin very quiet and in a good position close to the stairs.
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Cabin spacious and well laid out.
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Cabin 4096

Excellent suite. Room service excellent.


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Cabin 6107
P2 cabins are wonderful! The tiled bathrooms with marble counter-tops and two flat screen TV's are a cut above many other cabins. Extra closet space and extra cabin depth are well worth the extra money!
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Cabin 4091
Princess Grill - P3 on Deck 4. Really lovely room and on deck 4 the balconies are 3-4 feet deeper from front to back. My only gripe is that these rooms are too narrow at only around 8'6" wide. They are plenty long enough but no passing room. The room was looked after very well. The wardrobe was sufficient. There was drawer space and storage under the bed. A wardrobe with shelving and the safe. The bathroom was compact but useable, one at a time. The bath was easily accessible as it's quite of worldwide electrical sockets. The best thing about these rooms is that they are midships. There was no motion and the ship is very quiet. I've uploaded a video of the room because before we went i couldn't find one anywhere. http://youtu.be/_0CSi4oIWLM
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Cabin 5094
Beautiful cabin but very long and narrow. The bathroom was fine as was the wardrobe space. The balcony was a bit small. The sitting are was fine. Not very far from the lifts or laundrey facilities.
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Cabin 4098
Aegean in November Warringtonian
Nice balcony, plenty of space, poor internet reception.
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