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 (MD) Cabin Reviews

Cabin was clean, but the couch was very worn out. Bathroom was fairly clean, but had cracks in both the shower floor and on the counter. There was what looked like mold in the track that held the shower curtain. Great cabin steward - ... Read More
Cabin was clean, but the couch was very worn out. Bathroom was fairly clean, but had cracks in both the shower floor and on the counter. There was what looked like mold in the track that held the shower curtain. Great cabin steward - Mevin. Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
Crown Princess is a bit worn now. The public areas are quite nice and have been refreshed, according to my sources. Our cabin needed updating and a more thorough cleaning. Some of the wallpaper was peeling and the nightstand drawers stuck. ... Read More
Crown Princess is a bit worn now. The public areas are quite nice and have been refreshed, according to my sources. Our cabin needed updating and a more thorough cleaning. Some of the wallpaper was peeling and the nightstand drawers stuck. There was an old sofa bed in our room. It was most uncomfortable and a bit nasty. The bathroom kind of reminded me of La Quinta, not a mini/ suite. I don’t recommend port side. Mid or forward is preferable for this itinerary. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
Crown Princess Mini Suite D618 – we had plenty of storage space and loved the extra room in the bathroom with the real tub and shower and the clothesline which we used a lot. We had planned to ask for hangers but found an adequate ... Read More
Crown Princess Mini Suite D618 – we had plenty of storage space and loved the extra room in the bathroom with the real tub and shower and the clothesline which we used a lot. We had planned to ask for hangers but found an adequate supply in the closet. We did take 4 pants hangers which was great when we had to hang dry our clothes. The balcony had two chairs with ottomans and a small table. We enjoyed the extra cabin space in the mini suite and the sofa; our friends often came to our room for a drink before dinner or to hang out in the evening. One note about cabin D618, we were startled early on the first tender day as the tender that lived just below our balcony was deployed and the gears were quite loud as it moved away from the ship and then was lowered down – it was fun to watch it deploy, you just need to know that if you are on Deck 9 in a mini suite, you may hear and see tender boats on tender days. Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
The room, Cabin D623 was broken from the first day.. The bed needed to have three mattress replacements, until they found one that would not collapse in the middle. On the first day of the cruise the toilet bowl was plugged. It took 12 ... Read More
The room, Cabin D623 was broken from the first day.. The bed needed to have three mattress replacements, until they found one that would not collapse in the middle. On the first day of the cruise the toilet bowl was plugged. It took 12 hours, and four requests, to get someone to fix it. We had to use public washrooms that day. Next day the plug for the sink wouldn't open. The worn carpet and the bathtub/shower which visibly showed many repairs (one unfinished) are an indication of how tired this cabin is. And this after an apparent, and recent re-fit. Read Less
Sail Date October 2018

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