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.
Adequate. Small bathroom and shower. Nice balcony, about 10 feet by 10 feet, which was good sized for the class of cabin. Our group had three adjacent cabins and the room stewards opened the balcony partition doors so we could visit each other's balconys. Read entire member review >>
Great new bed and pillows. Cabin was same as on other Princess ships. Great large balcony. Princess needs to change showers and get rid of shower curtains. Stop putting in the cheap shower gel and shampoo. Both smell like clorox....will not use them. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very good. Balcony was a little rusty and old looking but it was fine. Shower was small and I hate those small showers with the curtain. The curtain wasn't long enough so the water just leaked out into the bathroom itself. The toilet stopped working on one day but it was fixed within the day. Apparently it was an issue on the whole deck we were on. Lucky we had family on another deck so we just used their toilet until ours was fixed. Read entire member review >>
My Cabin was C705. I could hear the lift buzzer from the aft passageway in my room. The cabin was clean and comfortable and had no faults. The balcony is twice the length of all other balconies and has shade as well as an area that is overlooked and can overlook the mini suites on "D" deck. Read entire member review >>
We had drop down bed and cot for passenger 3 and 4. We were cramped of course and expected to be. The weather was cool most days and so were not able to use the balcony.
We just used other areas of the ship. Read entire member review >>
As above...very good except for the shower. I am not overly big but do have some mobility problems and found it awkward. Our cabin attendant, Jovito a young fellow who was most charming and pleasant, who gave his all....from the very first moment of meeting he remembered our names and was there when and if needed. In all our travels we have opted for a balcony cabin and never been disappointed. As noted in the beginning the only criticism was the size of the shower recess. Read entire member review >>
No problems. Tons of storage space. Small bathroom, but expected. Not enough hangers, but only need to ask for more. 1 floor down from pool and buffet. Loved being close, did not find it noisier than any other cabin. Not too close to elevator or laundry room which I think would of been noisier. Read entire member review >>
Cabin air conditioning was not working well at all, despite four attempts by crew to fix it. It made showering/dressing for dinner very uncomfortable, a hot mess. Others were complaining about their AC too. Commode in bathroom smelled yicky and had to be fixed because it was leaking. We came down with Norovirus when we came home--awful! Read entire member review >>
We had a balcony cabin. I thought the balcony was rather small. The cabin was set up well, with a table and chair instead of a little couch. The storage area of HUGE. Biggest closet we've had on a ship. The bathroom was a cruise ship bathroom. Our room guy, Rocard did a good job. We like our cabin cold and it was cold. No cabin complaints. Read entire member review >>
Great room with plenty of storage. We over packed...a LOT, but suit cases fit under the bed. Cabin steward was wonderful. Really enjoyed the room service in the mornings for coffee on the balcony. Read entire member review >>
We were in a balcony cabin on the Baha (11th) deck. The cabin was faily spacious and laid out to our liking. There was plenty of storage space. The bathroom and shower were a bit cramped, however. The balcony was roomy and well-appointed with two chairs and a small table. The cabin and balcony were clean and well-maintained. The only material deficiency I noticed was the inability of the TV remote controller to turn the TV on or off. This was reported to maintenance by our cabin steward but was never rectified during our cruise. The location of the cabin was far aft, starboard side of the vessel. It was convenient to dining but a very long way from the theater and fitness center. The room was quiet but susceptible to ship movements. Read entire member review >>
We've been on 2 Princess ships: Star and Empress. The best feature of these ships are the closets! Because they are open (they have no doors or dividers) it is possible to place any number and size of suitcases in them. Great!! Read entire member review >>
Our balcony stateroom was the last AFT Starboard side, where we had an extra large balcony. It would hold a lounger and an extra chair, but we still only had two chairs and a tiny table which doubled as a ottoman most of the time out on our balcony!
Princess's open closet alcoves off the entrance hallway are always appreciated. The bathroom, in regular balcony rooms is, contrarily, small. A one person bathroom.
This room has room for only chairs. One at the desk and one other in front of the balcony door. Amble storage space, though.
No make-up mirror, and the lighting was just not good for putting on detail work for aging eyes. However, the hairdryer is affixed to the wall and was more effective than other ship lines we have experienced. Read entire member review >>
B751 is a stern cabin and has an unusual large metal support on the balcony effectively dividing the balcony into a front 1/3 and back 2/3. It worked for us although some may be put off by the support partially blocking the view from inside the cabin. Read entire member review >>
Baja 607 was spacious, with a comfortable bed, 2 nightstands, chair and desk with U.S. style electrical outlet, tv stand with refrigerator and another outlet, small table, large open closet, shelves with safe, nice-sized balcony, bathroom with outlet for 2-prong U.S. plug. Note: European plug used in Copenhagen hotel didn't fit ship's outlets. Mirrors on wall behind bed, over desk, behind tv, and by the door made room brighter and seem larger. We could hear voices from adjoining rooms but not loud enough to understand conversations. Eucalyptus scented bath products. Plenty of of hot water in shower. Didn't like slight salty taste of faucet water when brushing teeth. Convenient extra light switches on wall behind bed. A/C control worked fine. Didn't like oil smell on balcony(from smokestack?) when entering or leaving ports. Read entire member review >>
We find the beds very large and comfortable, plenty of hanging space, could do with a few more hangers. bathrooms adequate. Very very quiet, slept very well. Spick and Span. Read entire member review >>
Attention needs to be paid to the bedding. The mattresses are hard, sagging in the middle. Request an egg crate topper, but there are not enough for everyone. Other passengers told of covering the bed with pillows and blankets to build up the mattress. The closet is large; may need extra hangars. The drawers are difficult to open. Read entire member review >>
We booked 10 adjoining rooms together on the Baja Deck, where the balconies all could open up to each other's - an added PLUS for our group, we loved it, our own Meet and Greet area! Read entire member review >>
Cabin: Cabins were satisfactory: You give some and you take some and Princess gave extra closet space while taking bathroom and shower space. The shower was so small that at six feet tall I almost had to shower half of my body at a time. To bend over and wash my feet and legs while in the shower I had to stick the upper part of my body out of the shower which caused my face to almost go into the toliet bowl. The balcony was larger than our last cruise ship but the chairs did not reclin which was a real disappointment for me since I spend a lot of time on the balcony. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin at the aft end of the Aloha deck was accomodating and very quiet. It was adequately spacious with all the amenities. Our cabin steward kept ice in the refrigerator and there were always clean towels for bathing and for the pools. The only negative comment was with the sink water. It was either hot or warm, but not cold, which made simple things like brushing your teeth a little odd! The balcony was great for viewing and picture taking. Read entire member review >>
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