Balcony
An oceanview stateroom with balcony offers a scenic view and more space. This cabin has two twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Other amenities include a refrigerator, television, large closet, desk, and bathroom with shower. Approximately 232 to 274 square feet, including balcony.

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Balcony (BA) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: April 2019
Blankets too thick. Where’s the shampoo bottles, etc? That cheap stuff in the showers was terrible in both delivery and performance.
Blankets too thick. Where’s the shampoo bottles, etc? That cheap stuff in the showers was terrible in both delivery and performance. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
We booked a BF Guarantee and were upgraded to a BA Balcony on Caribe Deck. The cabin is in a great location and fit our needs. It's big enough for the 2 of us and there was ample storage. Removing the chair made for extra room. ... Read More
We booked a BF Guarantee and were upgraded to a BA Balcony on Caribe Deck. The cabin is in a great location and fit our needs. It's big enough for the 2 of us and there was ample storage. Removing the chair made for extra room. The balcony is half covered/half sun. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
Was a little worn, older ship. Beds comfortable. Steward keep room exceptionally clean.
Was a little worn, older ship. Beds comfortable. Steward keep room exceptionally clean. Read Less
Anniversary magic! : Cabin R630
Sail Date: February 2019
We were unsure of spending a little more for the balcony room but we enjoyed it so much we can’t imagine not booking this in the future. It was clean and modern. My husband has a medical condition that requires him to sleep upright and ... Read More
We were unsure of spending a little more for the balcony room but we enjoyed it so much we can’t imagine not booking this in the future. It was clean and modern. My husband has a medical condition that requires him to sleep upright and the Special Needs team was able to remove one bed and replace it with a recliner. They did this very efficiently and totally behind the scenes. Amazing team. We enjoyed breakfast on the balcony each morning and spent a lot of time reading or just enjoying the views. We will absolutely book a balcony room again. Read Less
Best cruise ever : Cabin BA11423
Sail Date: January 2019
We found the balcony room to be large with plenty of storage.
We found the balcony room to be large with plenty of storage. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
The Crown Princess and her sister ships have what we consider to be the best (while still affordable) cabins afloat– the generous mini-suites on Dolphin deck. There is a very good-sized sitting area, big deck, decent bathroom, great ... Read More
The Crown Princess and her sister ships have what we consider to be the best (while still affordable) cabins afloat– the generous mini-suites on Dolphin deck. There is a very good-sized sitting area, big deck, decent bathroom, great closet and shelves. We also like that there are real night tables, not just slabs of wood or less sticking alongside the bed. Unfortunately, the night tables are no longer useful in terms of drawers. They have been permanently closed for some reason. The bathrooms could use a re-do. The tub was a bit scratched up, and the floor had what appeared to be scrapes or some kind. The bed was terribly soft. It appeared that they tried to cover up a sagging mattress with a pillow top. If so, it was not effective, and the bed was not comfortable—unless you like no firmness at all. We like the generous sofa, good sized coffee table and extra chair as well as the two large screen TVs. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2018
My Lido balcony room was very nice except for the bathroom, which was very small. The shower, was very tiny with a curtain that kept leaking water onto the floor if you moved your arms to shampoo your hair. You had to shut off the water, ... Read More
My Lido balcony room was very nice except for the bathroom, which was very small. The shower, was very tiny with a curtain that kept leaking water onto the floor if you moved your arms to shampoo your hair. You had to shut off the water, open the curtain, and lean over through the opening in order to wash your legs. There was no hand-held shower for rinsing. The supplied shampoo and bath soap were in dispensers on the shower wall. The room had only one chair under the desk. We were told Princess removed the other chair because the room was too small. This meant we both had to sit on the bed to have our coffee, watch TV and get out of each other’s way while moving about the cabin. The bed was great though, like laying on a marshmallow , so fluffy, cozy and warm! Read Less

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