Accommodations range from N-grade inside twins to AA deluxe suites with verandahs, and there are 19 cabins equipped for disabled passengers.
Each cabin is equipped with a TV, radio, a hair dryer, safe and mini-bar; all have individually controllable air-conditioning and (with the exception of three- and four-berth staterooms) beds that can be arranged either as twins or doubles.
Top-grade suites and mini-suites have substantial balconies; balconies on outside double cabins are partially enclosed and more compact -- with room for just a low drinks table and two sit-up chairs -- but they are attractively presented in clean white with nautical blue flooring and chair seats.
Our cabin was cozy and comfortable, with a fresh cream, blue and peach color scheme and a well-designed, if small, triple wardrobe that provided adequate storage. The bathroom was tiny and cramped, though -- so much so that we had to stand in the shower cubicle to dry off after a shower.
Room service is available around the clock, with hot drinks offered alongside a substantial selection of sandwiches, salads, burgers, hot dogs, croque monsieur and pastries. Service is free, but you can sign for a gratuity.
Mini-bar drinks range from beer to liquor, and room service will bring you a bottle of Pouilly Fuisse or a fine Chianti Classico. Bear in mind that all drinks prices are subject to an additional 15 percent service charge.
Passengers can save some cash by purchasing one of several alcohol packages, ranging in price from $17 (for liquor) to $181 (for Dom Perignon Champagne). Beer packages (six bottles of beer for the price of five) cost $23.25. Soda and coffee packages are also available; unlimited soda costs about $5 per person, per day, and 15 specialty coffee beverages will set passengers back $31 per person.
Room P347 on Sea Princess. Typical Princess cabin with four bunks, plenty of storage and a small bathroom which handles one at a time! Quite noisy, it is one cabin away from the port access openings so if you dock on that side there is noise from an early hour as the crew...continue
We were in D742. We were two people (friends) and wanted 2 single, but we were put in a bunk room.
The room was very clean, our stateroom kept clean was really really good.
The room was great for 2 people.
We sailed Sea Princess room D742 21 Feb to 6...continue