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4 Reviews
A larger version of a balcony stateroom includes all the same amenities, plus a comfortable sofa bed to relax and rejuvenate. This stateroom also offers some of the same amenities found in a mini-suite stateroom, including upgraded bathroom amenities, waffle bathrobe, terry cloth towels, and an upgraded duvet insert.

Deluxe Balcony (obstructed view) (DW)
Decks: Deck 8
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Cabin E305
Stateroom allows 3 passengers the Upper bed folds down in front of Balcony door making it unusable. It was a horrible design. When bed was down there was no access to balcony, dressing table, or refrigerator.
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Cabin E331
Noisy stateroom with 'rushing air' noise and creaking room partition. Partial obstruction caused by life boat is not a problem because you can see out to sea but not down. Otherwise, the room was up to expectation.
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Cabin E512

The cabin was typical for Princess. Nothing more, nothing less. It is an obstructed Balcony. You can see the top of the lifeboat from your balcony but can see straight out to sea, no problem. The room was quiet with no outside noise. One caution....make sure you remove any wood hangers you aren't using. If not, they will knock against the back wall of the closet all night long potentially keeping you awake!


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