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This stateroom has a partially obstructed 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 (obstructed view) (BW)
Decks: Deck 8
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Cabin E516
Very happy with stateroom. The " obstructed view" was not a problem. We had a lifeboat below our balcony which meant we could not look down but the outward view was fine. We have almost always had to go with an interior stateroom so it was a luxury to have the natural light and the perfect weather meant we could sit outside often and leave the door open at night.
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Cabin m605
It's a tight (ish) fit, lovely comfortable queen size bed and on-suite bathroom/shower. We were lucky to get a free upgrade from interior to a balcony room one deck below the pool deck and Horizon restuarant so we had zero complaints. It's kept clean and tidy twice a day by your own attendant and the bed is very comfortable. Big tv on the wall showing lots of movies, tv shows, live tv, ship broadcasts, entertainment etc is also a bonus! Good safe for you valuables is provided too.
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Cabin E330

We were very pleased with our cabin. We booked a guarantee balcony which would be obstructed view but we ended up in a great spot. The top of the lifeboats were at the floor of our balcony and we had an unobstructed view straight out. We couldn't see straight down because of the lifeboat, but I wouldn't even call it an obstructed view. We were also close to the front elevator bank and stairs which we used a lot and avoided the middle bank of elevators.


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Cabin E318

The balcony cabins on this ship are smaller than what I have seen on other Princess ships. They seemed kind of narrow to us, and some of the cabinet storage space is gone that used to be next to the desk and refrigerator. The cabins have electronic light switches in that you have to insert your key card to keep the lights from turning off. The TV's are smart TV's and you have access to the ships channels, a few outside satellite tv channels, and a wide array of movies, tv shows, etc. Our balcony had enough room for 2 chairs and a table and plenty of room for standing. We were on the Emerald Deck forward and our balcony looked down at a life boat, but we never had a problem with the view at all. This ship has a forward and aft set of stairs and elevators that go from deck 4 to 18, but the mid ship stairs and elevators do not go all the way to the top decks. We didn't find that to be an issue, but some people might.


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