Mini-Suite with Balcony
A mini-suite with balcony is substantially larger than a balcony stateroom. Accommodations include two twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. A separate sitting area features a sofa bed and desk for lounging, entertaining or writing. Other amenities include a welcome glass of champagne, two televisions, a refrigerator and a walk-in closet. Your full bath includes a combined tub and massage shower head. Approximately 323 square feet, including balcony.

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Mini-Suite with Balcony (MB) Cabin Reviews

The cabin was smaller than looked in the pictures. The storage was great. The room was showing some signs of wear and tear. We enjoyed our room.
The cabin was smaller than looked in the pictures. The storage was great. The room was showing some signs of wear and tear. We enjoyed our room. Read Less
Sail Date September 2015
Cabin: We had mini-suite cabin D406. We booked a mini-suite toward the aft of the Dolphin Deck as recommended by our travel agent. We were upgraded twice, once to D622 and then to D406. This just moved us closer to the middle of the ship ... Read More
Cabin: We had mini-suite cabin D406. We booked a mini-suite toward the aft of the Dolphin Deck as recommended by our travel agent. We were upgraded twice, once to D622 and then to D406. This just moved us closer to the middle of the ship but I probably would not have paid for it since you will be walking more or less the same either way. It may have helped the motion a little though. Our agent did suggest staying away from the mini-suites on the deck below Dolphin (Emerald?) since they would be above Club Fusion. This is our first cabin with a balcony. Our first cruise was an inside cabin, second was a porthole, third was window and this was a mini-suite. I chose the mini-suite because it seemed like a good deal on the 4 night cruise. We ended up liking the extra sitting area as much as the balcony. One of the big selling points was the bathtub because my wife greatly prefers a bathtub. So I thought that I would go with the mini-suite and give both of us a better experience. Was it worth it? It was for us. First, as we get older, we like hanging around the public areas less, and enjoyed having our own space. We did not use the balcony a lot (maybe a hour a day total), but it was nice to start and end the day outside looking at the water. It was a little chilly so we asked to bring down some blankets from the Movie Under the Stars. That was much better. It is true that the balcony sticks out farther than the floor above, so they are able to look down on you, but it was never a problem and I actually enjoyed having the open sky above to see the stars. Second, we were not planning on taking any guided excursions, so I knew that we would be spending a little more time on the ship. Third, the overall effective of the room was a little more romantic with the tray ceiling, additional closet space, etc. Fourth, the bathtub. I looked at several youtube videos of Princess mini-suites (Crown and Emerald) and they were perfectly accurate. Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
Nice, but maybe too : Cabin D228
Mini-suite D228 was very comfortable, with plenty of storage and a good-sized bathroom with a shower over bath.It contained a big desk with lots of drawers, and the living area had a large sofa.The room had two TVs - one faced the bed, the ... Read More
Mini-suite D228 was very comfortable, with plenty of storage and a good-sized bathroom with a shower over bath.It contained a big desk with lots of drawers, and the living area had a large sofa.The room had two TVs - one faced the bed, the other faced the sofa.It had a balcony, but it was overlooked by all above it. Read Less
Sail Date May 2013
D308 Handicapped onlyWonderful cabin with a wall of closets, perfectly located steps from the forward elevators. Great balcony, wide open without the covering, which we love.
D308 Handicapped onlyWonderful cabin with a wall of closets, perfectly located steps from the forward elevators. Great balcony, wide open without the covering, which we love. Read Less
Sail Date December 2012
D 615 - Lovely and spacious. Easy access to back elevators and stairs. A breeze to get to the Botticelli Dining Room. I would never, however, stay on Dolphin deck again. No covering on balcony. No privacy whatsoever. People peer down at ... Read More
D 615 - Lovely and spacious. Easy access to back elevators and stairs. A breeze to get to the Botticelli Dining Room. I would never, however, stay on Dolphin deck again. No covering on balcony. No privacy whatsoever. People peer down at you. No shelter from rain or sun. Do get a mini-suite, just not on this deck. Mini-suites offer much more room, two televisions,an extra long couch and a great big closet. The vanity area is tucked to the side so you can do your hair and your partner can still walk around. You'll never want a regular balcony again. Read Less
Sail Date October 2012
Great Ports : Cabin D203
Generous closet with plenty of hangers and storage space. Bed comfortable, sleeper sofa, balcony, refrigerator, bathtub, flat screen TV. Room located above princess theatre can hear show from room. No rooms across hall due to theatre being ... Read More
Generous closet with plenty of hangers and storage space. Bed comfortable, sleeper sofa, balcony, refrigerator, bathtub, flat screen TV. Room located above princess theatre can hear show from room. No rooms across hall due to theatre being located here. Otherwise great location and not a lot of foot traffic. Read Less
Sail Date May 2012

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