I was fortunate enough to score an Aft cabin. The only downside with E734 is that it is right over Club Fusion. We heard the noise from there nearly every night. The cabin had an oversized deck for a balcony category. We had a balcony dinner there which was excellent.
We enjoyed the wake views on many days. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was fine, its an old ship so its tired looking, however, the size is suitable and it was well maintained by our cabin steward. The bed was actually very comfy so it was a nice place to relax to after a hard day of sightseeing. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was clean and in good condition, with a large walk in wardrobe. Small bathroom, but adequate.
Because the balconies were tiered, we looked down onto the balconies below, rather than being able to see all that was happening on the wharf. But glad the balconies on our deck had a roof. Read entire member review >>
Outstanding, King converted balcony forward Port side.....
And amentities were clean, organized & perfect and our steward was always on top of it and very accomodating to our needs. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was a nice size and had a great balcony. We used the balcony and loved it because it was large enough for the two of us to sun tan if we did not want to head up to the main decks and also we used it for room service to eat some private breakfasts and diners through the room service. The room was very well kept and was always clean. The in room amenities were good. The balcony was also much larger than a balcony room that we had on a previous Carnival Cruise. Compared to other cruise lines we have been on, the dinners in our opinion were better overall because the tables were much more private. We were seated by ourselves which we had asked for and the meals were delicious. Read entire member review >>
Not sure of category. Our cabin was aft..at the back of the ship. Very large obstruction in balcony. Asked for footstools like our friends had on their balcony and were told they could not accommodate us. Read entire member review >>
Roomy and clean, although you could tell it sees heavy use week after week. Bed was very comfortable, and our room steward "tucked in" our teddy bears during turn down each night! (Bears are our neck pillows for the plane). We did find half a case of bottled water shoved way under our bed, but hey, free water. The shower was teensy, difficult for a lady to rinse everything up and down. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was well appointed, very clean, and the cabin steward, John, was excellent! The beds on Princess ships are some of the most comfortable I've slept in anywhere. Cabin was normally very quiet until disembarkation day when a few people thought it was time to yell to each other from opposite ends of the passageway. This has nothing to do with the cabin - it could have happened anywhere. I just had to point out how inconsiderate some people can be. Read entire member review >>
Typical balcony stateroom - they are all essentially the same. Refurbished since we were last aboard (2010) with new beds and bedding. Two pillows each (one firm and one soft). Bed was very comfortable for both of us, plenty of hangers and closet space. Very well-maintained. The stateroom steward actually cleaned the glass on the balcony during the week. Read entire member review >>
The room was adequate, good closet space, hallway was quiet. and the balcony was large enough for the two of us in the cabin. There was occasional noise from the exercise rooms above. Our stewardess was not as cordial as others we have had on other ships, but the room was always clean and tidy. Our view was excellent and we enjoyed going to the observation area at the front of Lido deck during sailaways for a fuller view of the scenery. Read entire member review >>
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