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This stateroom has a balcony with patio furniture. It offers two twin beds that make up into a queen-sized bed, a refrigerator, television, closet and bathroom with shower, plus a spacious closet and desk.

Balcony (BE)
It was fine. People have said things about how small the balconies are. Didn't bother us. They were fine. Lots of storage place. Lighting way better than on other cruises we've taken. I thought the beds were great. Fluffy pillows. Towels old.
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Fairly spacious, not much storage (drawers, etc), shelves in the closet. Old reruns of Love Boat, a few newer tv shows if you happened to get it at the right time. We were at the aft of the ship. It was fun to look out the back and see the port from that angle.
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I like the Princess layout and this was was up to standard.
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No complaints about the cabin. Our steward was not the best we have ever had but otherwise we were happy. It is worth noting that the cabins in this area are above the side thrusters and these can be noisy when docking and sometimes we docked very early inthe morning. So, not a cabin for light sleepers!
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The stateroom room and balcony are small but for our needs, it was fine. Bathroom is a bit larger, the closet is larger, and the cabinets are less and smaller. Also note that on other ships, the main hallway carpet on the port side is normally a different color than on the starboard side to help passengers know what side of the ship their room is located. Not the case on Royal Princess. You have to look at the sign near the elevator to see if you are on the even room number side or the odd number side. So it may take a little time to get use to finding what side of the ship your room is when you get off the elevator.
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Location on starboard very good for sightseeing (e.g. the ship's entrance in Venice, allowing to admire San Marco sq.) Quiet enough. Close to the mid-ship lifts, although these elevators were very crowded.
Not very large, despite how it has been advertised. Still, a sufficient and well organized space for luggage and personal belongings.
The balcony a bit too small, unusable, except to stand and look at the sea.
In the bathroom, the location of toilet paper not handy at all!

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Ours was a DW grade which means obstructed view. We look at the top of the life raft.
Room and Balcony seemed on the small side. Chairs on the balcony had reclining backs which made up for the space. Hanging space was great, but no draws in the cabin. There is a cupboard by the hanging space which contains 6 small shelves and a safe. Should be enough room and longer cruises.
The 37" flat screan is fantastic. It has several channels with free movies. Only problem on this sailing it did not have a passenger menue for tours, booking tours of charges made to your stateroom. Hopefully this will be recitified.

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Very small, included two childrens bunk but unable to use if children under 10yrs. No room for travel cot. Balcony small, two chairs and small foot table.

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