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.
Everything in our cabin was fine. It was clean and comfortable with enough storage space for our clothing for a month vacation. As I stated above, our room steward was a delight. The bed was very comfortable. Read More
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Hi knowmystuff, we apologize for your disappointment with the accommodations and pools on your Emerald Princess cruise. We've appreciated the chance to welcome you aboard during your past cruises and hope we'll have the chance to exceed your expectations on a future voyage.
Up to usual standard.
Towels were small and thin so we took pool towels to our cabin.
TV was woeful as to watch a movie you had to wait for it to start. Holland America and Cunard have intewreactive TV just like an airplane.
In ... Read More
Balcony cabin- small balcony (we'd had a bigger one previous cruise) but it was perfectly adequate for the time we spent on it which was generally arriving and/or leaving ports and with only 2 ports this wasn't much. Read More
Lost count of the number of BE type cabins I;ve stayed in but all I can say is that our room stewardess did the absolute minimum required as per job description - no more, no less and in our case no extra tip either. Read More
Very good location as it was quick to get to the gym and buffet. Quiet room except for first day as it is next to luggage storage. Never heard elevator even though it is a few steps away. Liked having the balcony and used it more than we ... Read More
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