Coral Princess Cabins

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Coral Princess Cabins

Editor Rating
Cabins
4.0

Staterooms come in six configurations: Insides (156 to 166 square feet), Outsides (162 to 212 square feet, some are obstructed), Balcony Cabins (217 to 232 square feet), Outside Mini-Suites (300 square feet, no balcony), Mini-Suites with Balconies (285 to 302 square feet) and Balcony Suites (470 square feet). Impressively, 83 percent of all outside cabins have private balconies. Twenty cabins are wheelchair-accessible.

Our nicely appointed mid-priced Oceanview Double with Balcony was roomier than some motel rooms we've stayed in, with amenities that included a sizeable mini-refrigerator, a safe, complimentary slippers and robes, a flat-screen TV, a daily delivery of ice and turn-down service. It also had a spacious closet. And while the shower-only bathroom is tight, it's efficiently designed.

The balcony was a real treat, and with four adjoining cabins, we were able to unlock the doors that separate the balconies to create one long balcony for oceanview visiting and room-hopping. There also isn't the cascading balcony effect you see on Princess Grand class (and beyond), and because we couldn't see the balconies below us, we were able to maintain a sense of privacy.

Passengers looking for some added space without a suite-like price point should consider a mini-suite. But remember: These are really just jumbo-sized balcony cabins. Save for the extra leg room and a bathtub, they don't come with any additional perks.

Suite passengers get a few extra amenities. Suites are outfitted with two television sets, and passengers can enjoy complimentary laundry and shoeshine, a selection of pillows, daily in-room canapes and high tea and free Internet access.

Decor -- in all categories -- is simple yet savvy, and features wonderful blues, greens and earth colors. Accents: Why coral, of course!

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Coral Princess Cabin Reviews

Cabin weofthenevernever
09/16
Cabin B719 smholt1226
08/16
We had a balcony room (Baja 719). The extra space in the room was really convenient as we didn’t feel like we were crowded and we did stand on the balcony quite a few times to see the ports, glaciers and mountains – so it was worth the ... Read more
Cabin c401 vickiduncan1987@yahoo.com
08/16
Def get a balcony if going to Alaska. Room is tired looking but was okay for 7 days. Loved the closet and hangers and the cabinet to store clothes in. Nice vanity to do make up and hair with a chair. Highly recommend getting a stateroom mid ship. It ... Read more
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Coral Princess Ratings

Editor Rating 4.0 Member Rating
Category
Editor
Member
Dining
4.0
4.1
Public Rooms
4.0
4.6
Cabins
4.0
4.3
Entertainment
4.0
3.9
Spa & Fitness
4.0
4.1
Family & Children
5.0
3.6
Shore Excursions
3.0
4.0
Enrichment
4.0
3.9
Service
4.0
4.5
Value-for-Money
4.0
4.1

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Ship Stats
Crew:
900
Launched:
2003
Decks:
15
Tonnage:
92,000
Passengers:
1,970
Registry:
Bermuda
CDC Score:
97
Pricing:
$349 - $2,589 (Based on standard per person rates for Inside Stateroom)
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