Extended Balcony
(185 sq. ft., balcony 60 sq. ft.) Private extended balcony. Two twin beds (convertible to king-size bed). Sofa and coffee table. TV; telephone; 110 AC current; individual climate control; wall safe; 3 closets; full bathroom with shower; hair dryer; mini bar. Balcony: patio chairs and table.

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Extended Balcony (8K) Cabin Reviews

Great for relaxing : Cabin 7200
Sail Date: March 2019
Im not sure which letter but it was an extended balcony. Decent size room. I did not have to climb over the bed to get to the balcony, so thats a plus. Bathroom was avg ship size, not too bad. The orange color leaves a lot to be desired. ... Read More
Im not sure which letter but it was an extended balcony. Decent size room. I did not have to climb over the bed to get to the balcony, so thats a plus. Bathroom was avg ship size, not too bad. The orange color leaves a lot to be desired. The couch was a good size, beds very comfortable. Down side is that there is only 1 electrical outlet so take some additional plug ins. Temp in the room was too cold in the beginning, they fixed it but then it got too hot. we were unable to adjust the temp from cold to hot, it didnt work. we had them fix it yet again and just settled with the cold. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
Balcony is a great size and good placement. I liked only having to go up 1 flight of stairs to the pool and lido. The room was definitely dated. Holes in sheets (edge of sheet), peeling on door frames, worn balcony with banister that ... Read More
Balcony is a great size and good placement. I liked only having to go up 1 flight of stairs to the pool and lido. The room was definitely dated. Holes in sheets (edge of sheet), peeling on door frames, worn balcony with banister that constantly banged due to being loose. Creaking in the room, couldn't figure out from where. I was fine with it though. There was an "evacuated" tag stuck between the wall and sink in our bathroom. Staff didn't seem to notice and I didn't care enough to remove it. The shower doesn't fully drain on it's own due to placement of drain. Staff removed excess water every day though. You can indeed hear the staff moving pool chairs around at night and when on balcony can hear kids running up on 9. All that said. I would book that room again. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2018
Cabin 7170 is roughly mid-ship and has an extended balcony, which meant that it was deep enough to allow a reclining chair. The cabin was one of the brightest we can recall seeing, with lights along the tops of two walls plus on both sides ... Read More
Cabin 7170 is roughly mid-ship and has an extended balcony, which meant that it was deep enough to allow a reclining chair. The cabin was one of the brightest we can recall seeing, with lights along the tops of two walls plus on both sides of the mirror. We had the “traditional” two beds linked as a king, a sofa that converted to a bed, plus a chair at the desk/mirror. There was a small bedside cabinet on each side of the bed, a shallow two-door cabinet, and four drawers. There was also a small refrigerator, which kept our ice from melting. The cabin had three closet sections in the entry opposite the bathroom. One closet had a single rod, one had two, and the third had three shelves plus the bottom. Those shelves were hinged and could lock up to allow access to two more closet rods. The hangers were the type that latched into a plastic hook as found in many hotels – but instead of one hanger per hook, there were three, which meant clothing could get crowded together. We had to request hangers with skirt clamps as the cabin had none. The LCD TV was about normal for a cruise TV – it looked as if it might allow connecting an external video device that used composite video although the HDMI ports were not usable. The TV had some news and sports channels, some shipboard content, a screen showing the ship’s position, plus views of the pool with closable roof to show the entertainment there. We were treated to a new towel animal almost every night, and the entire menagerie remained with us for the remainder of the cruise, fighting amongst themselves for the best positions in the cabin. The bathroom looks dated with a turquoise sink and counter, but everything worked fine. Despite horror stories about shower curtain floods, we never had a problem. There were two dispensers in the shower, one each for shampoo and shower gel. We used our own hair products and requested a bar of soap for the shower. We had three cabin attendants, one seemingly in charge and two assistants. This allowed better coverage during the day and we never had a problem. They made the bed every morning and turned down the sheets every night – as well as replacing bathroom linen as needed/requested. They provided ice bucket refills twice daily, as we requested. Read Less
Just a cheap cruise line. : Cabin Deck 7
Sail Date: October 2018
Cabin was pretty standard. Was suppose to have an extended balcony, but we could not tell the difference.
Cabin was pretty standard. Was suppose to have an extended balcony, but we could not tell the difference. Read Less
Family Summer Vacation : Cabin 8165
Sail Date: August 2018
Deck 8 is right below the Lido deck and we definitely heard some noise throughout the night and early morning. The nights of the deck parties you can hear the bass until about midnight. You can hear the deck chairs being moved around. ... Read More
Deck 8 is right below the Lido deck and we definitely heard some noise throughout the night and early morning. The nights of the deck parties you can hear the bass until about midnight. You can hear the deck chairs being moved around. Now if you are the type that are out late, it would be less disruptive. I would not recommend if you have kids that still need naps or go to bed at 8PM since the noise is disturbing even through a white noise machine. This was not the noisiest room we have been in but it took some getting used to and definitely was not ideal. The balcony was great and we had reclining chairs thanks to the extra space out there. We enjoyed the extra overhang from Deck 9 that kept us in the shade on sunny days (I know some people complain about this but for us it was a plus). Bed was very comfortable. It had the newer/slimmer TV. For a family of 4 there was more than enough closet/shelf/drawer/bathroom shelf space for a summer cruise. If the weather were colder it might have been a little tighter with more pants/sweaters etc. I was worried about space for clothes from pics but we had enough space in this cabin. They did leave the bunk beds set up the whole time but that also worked for since it was comfier when the kids wanted some downtime to relax. It certainly is an older ship and the fabrics/carpet etc are looking worn, but it was comfortable and clean. Only rated poor due to noise and lack of sleep, which is usually the best of my life on a ship. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2018
We reserved an extended balcony stateroom on Deck #7 (category 8K). The room was adequate for my wife and I and had two twin beds joined to form a king as well as a small sofa. This room would have been too small for any more than two ... Read More
We reserved an extended balcony stateroom on Deck #7 (category 8K). The room was adequate for my wife and I and had two twin beds joined to form a king as well as a small sofa. This room would have been too small for any more than two passengers. The décor was very outdated and showed signs of wear. Woodwork on the furniture edges were scarred and scratched from obvious rough use; bed clothing was old and had staining that multiple washings had not removed. The air conditioning in our stateroom did not function for most of the cruise. Despite several attempts by onboard engineers to try to get it to function, it did not, and we spent a good deal of time in the common areas to stay cool (for health reasons). The room’s refrigerator, upon opening the first time, was warm inside and had obvious dirt and a sticky residue present. We wanted to keep some water and our medicines cool. We called guest services and later, another refrigerator was “swapped-out” – it too did not cool to a sufficiently cold temperature! This room, and the ship in general, needs to be completely overhauled and refit. The "walls are very thin" - constantly heard doors slamming; teens running and pounding on walls and balcony; racing in the hallways, etc. Grade of ‘C-’. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2018
We stay on deck 7 and the room was easy to get to from all parts of the ship. Elevators came quickly except on embarkation day. If you get a cabin on On Deck 8 you might hear the music and movies from the pool areas. Our room was close to ... Read More
We stay on deck 7 and the room was easy to get to from all parts of the ship. Elevators came quickly except on embarkation day. If you get a cabin on On Deck 8 you might hear the music and movies from the pool areas. Our room was close to the elevators but not too close and our room steward was great. There was the most room in the cabin for clothing then we ever had on Princess or MSC. You can easily store your luggage under the bed. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2018
Our stateroom was also in good condition considering the ship's age. There are typical signs of use, although I really saw it in the bathroom (scratches on the wall, stains in the sink). The only complaint I had was in the door to the ... Read More
Our stateroom was also in good condition considering the ship's age. There are typical signs of use, although I really saw it in the bathroom (scratches on the wall, stains in the sink). The only complaint I had was in the door to the balcony. It looked worn, and at first, I had a hard time opening it. On our second sea day, the wind happened to be hitting the door at an exact spot that was causing the door to make a thunderous whistling sound. We brought it to the attention of our room steward and by the time we got back from dinner the door had a tight seal of duct tape over it. We thought that might have been the solution, which we could have accepted. But by the next morning, we wanted to feel the warm air on our balcony and tore it off anyway, only to find that it was just there to prevent us from opening the door to give time for the new door seal to adhere. The new seal worked well, and we didn't have any other issues with the door for the rest of the trip. The bed and the sofa were about as worn as I would except for a ship of this age, but it wasn't anything I'd complain about. The bed was pretty comfortable. Read Less

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