Balcony
An oceanview stateroom with balcony offers a scenic view and more space. This affordable 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 (BC) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: July 2011
Our cabin on Emerald Princess was B205. We loved having a balcony that you could sit out on and see what was happening. Having the option of an open door for sleeping some nights was enjoyable too. It was one of the cabins close to the ... Read More
Our cabin on Emerald Princess was B205. We loved having a balcony that you could sit out on and see what was happening. Having the option of an open door for sleeping some nights was enjoyable too. It was one of the cabins close to the front of the ship which meant there was a lot of walking to and fro. This we did not mind because it also was a quiet spot on the ship. The bed was comfortable with 2 pillows and a foam mattress under the bed if needed. I brought extra wire hangers which I did use but they provided a good number of wooden ones as well. The wake up call system on the phone is reliable but it is nice to have a clock. A battery operated candle for the bathroom at night works well. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2011
Caribe 255 - loved the added balcony area on caribe deck..... closet too small, bed very comfortable. Nice new flat screen tv's....overall a great room
Caribe 255 - loved the added balcony area on caribe deck..... closet too small, bed very comfortable. Nice new flat screen tv's....overall a great room Read Less
Sail Date: June 2011
Our cabin was great. Good location, quiet, near the laundry, elevator and stairs. We spent very little time in our cabin so did not mind that it was quite small. We did enjoy our great balcony especially the views when arriving or ... Read More
Our cabin was great. Good location, quiet, near the laundry, elevator and stairs. We spent very little time in our cabin so did not mind that it was quite small. We did enjoy our great balcony especially the views when arriving or departing from port. Read Less
Great Anniversary Cruise : Cabin R-210
Sail Date: April 2011
Cabin R-210. Size adequate. Shower is tight, but workable. Nice balcony...had overhang so people above can't see onto your balcony. Balconies on levels below were quite open and, therefore, not very private. The bed was a good size ... Read More
Cabin R-210. Size adequate. Shower is tight, but workable. Nice balcony...had overhang so people above can't see onto your balcony. Balconies on levels below were quite open and, therefore, not very private. The bed was a good size and my wife and I did not feel at all cramped--and we are full-size adults. Nice new flat screen TV in cabin, mounted on wall so as not to take up valuable counter area. Nice clothes hanging area as well as a doored-cabinet with shelves and a room safe. Also, our luggage fit under the bed which aided our overall storage needs. Only negative is that this cabin is very far forward and there were some bumpy seas. A cabin more mid-ships or aft may handle the waves better. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2011
Our cabin, Aloha (deck 12) 635, was directly across from a crew service door. If there was luggage or a meal to be delivered to any Aloha midships or aft cabin, it came through that service door. Nevertheless, we were only aware of that ... Read More
Our cabin, Aloha (deck 12) 635, was directly across from a crew service door. If there was luggage or a meal to be delivered to any Aloha midships or aft cabin, it came through that service door. Nevertheless, we were only aware of that when luggage was being transported. Since we embarked early (noon-ish) and spent that afternoon exploring the ship, we really only noticed activity through the service door on the night before disembarkation, when they were trying to get most of the luggage down to the holds. So, don't be afraid of any cabin in close proximity to a service area. There is ALWAYS a vibration aft of midships...on any ship. The engines are between midship and the stern; even up as high as we were you're likely to feel that vibration, especially when the ship is moving fast. However, if you don't lean on hard surfaces (the headboard, e.g.) you probably won't notice it. We have sailed further aft on other ships, where you couldn't escape the vibration. On EP, I only really noticed it once. Pitch was almost non-existent; roll was occasional and depended upon sea conditions and our speed. Our cabin steward, Nonato, was perfection. While very small, our cabin was adequate and the storage space was excellent. The beds on Princess suck, to be honest. Request an egg crate topper as soon as you board, and don't expect too much even then. I liked that the bathroom had real tile on the floor, and that everything worked. Yes, the shower is MINISCULE! Do NOT drop the soap! LOL But it works, and we'd much prefer the tiny shower and smaller balcony of this standard balcony stateroom to the suites and mini-suites below us, which afford passengers no provacy whatsoever when they're outside. I like that the cabin doors are recessed from the corridors; I think that contributes to the quiet we experienced. I also like that the balcony door is a slider, which let us keep it open at night. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2011
The mattresses are firm, which is great but they need a softer padding on the top. The egg crate foam is not sufficient. As a female with a curvier shape my hips and shoulders were sore and stiff in the morning because there was no give, ... Read More
The mattresses are firm, which is great but they need a softer padding on the top. The egg crate foam is not sufficient. As a female with a curvier shape my hips and shoulders were sore and stiff in the morning because there was no give, in the present mattresses. Read Less

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