Premium 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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Premium Balcony (B1) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: April 2019
We had lower expectations for the cabin because we knew going in that the balcony cabins have no couch (and the easy chairs shown on the room diagrams had been removed) leaving you only the bed or desk chair to sit in. We were also ... Read More
We had lower expectations for the cabin because we knew going in that the balcony cabins have no couch (and the easy chairs shown on the room diagrams had been removed) leaving you only the bed or desk chair to sit in. We were also prepared for the small bathroom though the shower was not quite as tiny as we expected. The combination shampoo and conditioner was pretty lousy. The cabin service provided by our room attendant was excellent. If you do book a balcony go for one on the Caribe deck which is larger and partially covered. Read Less
Fun but inconsistent : Cabin A 619
Sail Date: June 2018
Good. Clean and comfortable; bed very comfy
Good. Clean and comfortable; bed very comfy Read Less
Sail Date: April 2018
Our cabin steward was amazing!! He was so polite and happy and did his job extremely well! I couldn't ask for better.
Our cabin steward was amazing!! He was so polite and happy and did his job extremely well! I couldn't ask for better. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2017
Do not know cabin category but it had a very large balcony about double the size of our friends'. So just entered any one. No complaints about cabin but wished they used bath sheets that wrap round size 16 plus women. Deck towels ... Read More
Do not know cabin category but it had a very large balcony about double the size of our friends'. So just entered any one. No complaints about cabin but wished they used bath sheets that wrap round size 16 plus women. Deck towels used as larger. Wish they had in cabin tea/coffee facilities as sometimes room service took very long times. Other Carnival ships have no problems with health and safety in the room with this facility. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
Plenty of hanging space, comfortable bed, great staff, hate the shower, its small and the curtain is no where near as good as a sliding door. The cabin was clean, but the balcony was a bit rugged and lots of visible rust around the edges
Plenty of hanging space, comfortable bed, great staff, hate the shower, its small and the curtain is no where near as good as a sliding door. The cabin was clean, but the balcony was a bit rugged and lots of visible rust around the edges Read Less
Sail Date: December 2016
This cabin has the standard set up. The balconies on the Caribe deck 10 are significantly larger (longer) than the other deck levels. The room has a short walk to the back elevators and a long walk to the middle elevators. Very long ... Read More
This cabin has the standard set up. The balconies on the Caribe deck 10 are significantly larger (longer) than the other deck levels. The room has a short walk to the back elevators and a long walk to the middle elevators. Very long walk to the front elevators. Overall it was a good room. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2016
It was a nice balcony cabin with a few exceptions. The bed was very saggy. Beds are scheduled to be replaced in the next two years on all Princess ships. It can't be too soon for this mattress to be retired and replaced. The furniture ... Read More
It was a nice balcony cabin with a few exceptions. The bed was very saggy. Beds are scheduled to be replaced in the next two years on all Princess ships. It can't be too soon for this mattress to be retired and replaced. The furniture on the balcony was caked white with salt from previous cruises. It would have been nice if it could have been hosed off while in LA. Between Santiago and Buenos Aires it was kind of chilly to sit out on the deck, unless you're from the upper midwest in the US. The shower seemed a bit crowded. Read Less

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