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.
Two chairs and a small table filled the Balcony. The shower was larger than on other ships, you could even wash your hair without banging your elbows. The flat screen TV was wall mounted and intranet connected. You had a good selection of free on-demand movies and shows as well as a few satellite stations. The room steward was quite attentive. Read entire member review >>
When we first arrived, we were surprised, the refrigerator wasn`t working, the TV wasn`t working, and the room safe wasn`t working !!! After talking with our room steward everything was taken care of in an hour or so. The room was fine after that. Read entire member review >>
Identical to almost all Princess cabins except relatively new beds which have comfortable mattresses and large scree TV well placed with all movies (free) in HD. Regular TV stations were not HD. Due to the inclement weather I spent about a total of 15 minutes on the balcony but its nice to have the light see the weather conditions before venturing out on tour. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was as the brochure suggested on the Rivera Deck Aft. Surprisingly a little vibration from the machinery when leaving and entering port, otherwise great. Well laid out loads of storage space, balcony was small, however given the cold etc, wasn't able to use it to its full potential Read entire member review >>
The room, B443, was very typical and a reasonable, although a bit tight sized... but the balcony was tiny. Larger ones were "available" for a premium. The steward was good but he was never around so I had to call housekeeping several tines a day for towels, ice, etc. Read entire member review >>
Wonderful room, close to aft stairway and elevators but no noise from this proximity. Laundromat close by and very useful. Not obstructed even though it is classed as partially obstructed view. You do hear the noise from the door banging shut on the floor below from people going out to the promenade deck - this is especially bad if it is windy. The starboard side of the aft promenade deck does allow smoking - I never noticed any smell of smoke but if people are sensitive to it it could be a problem. Closet area fantastic especially when cruising with a teenage son as it gave privacy when changing. Great shower and a step for shaving your legs. People mentioned that the bathrooms are small but I never found it to be a problem as I prefer the closet space outside the bathroom. Also people mentioned poorly place toilet roll holder but again this was not a problem for me and I am not that flexible following a back operation!! Read entire member review >>
Cabin - M119. A bit of a walk from the forward elevators, but perfect for two. Can see into the bridge wings for docking. Small balcony but fine for 2. Ample closet and storage. Read entire member review >>
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