Balcony
A private balcony is just one of many fabulous features. These categories also include twin beds which make up into a comfortable queen-size bed, a refrigerator and TV, a spacious closet and a bath with shower.

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Balcony (BA) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: January 2018
Balcony - category not sure Very Good - wardrobe space and hangers, size of balcony, superb bed Disappointing - tiny shower area, poor TV reception (even watching the 'Wake' segment in the morning), PS not worried by being overlooked by ... Read More
Balcony - category not sure Very Good - wardrobe space and hangers, size of balcony, superb bed Disappointing - tiny shower area, poor TV reception (even watching the 'Wake' segment in the morning), PS not worried by being overlooked by cabins on next level up, but may influence some Cabins eg C618 etc are closer to stairs/lifts Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
A bit small for 4 people. Well appointed, small balcony & bathroom. Excellent beds and very well maintained by our steward Jim! Read More
A bit small for 4 people. Well appointed, small balcony & bathroom. Excellent beds and very well maintained by our steward Jim! Read Less
Excellent...nearly : Cabin B342
Sail Date: October 2017
Lovely spacious cabin, huge wardrobe, bed and pillows were superbly comfortable. The room was kept immaculate by our attendant but he had trouble understanding us as his English was very poor. Read More
Lovely spacious cabin, huge wardrobe, bed and pillows were superbly comfortable. The room was kept immaculate by our attendant but he had trouble understanding us as his English was very poor. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2017
Perfectly adequate for a four night cruise. Would not have liked to be in the cabin week after week after week. Cabin service was brilliant and I can understand those travellers who enjoy not doing anything will give this a five star. Read More
Perfectly adequate for a four night cruise. Would not have liked to be in the cabin week after week after week. Cabin service was brilliant and I can understand those travellers who enjoy not doing anything will give this a five star. Read Less
Alaska Cruise : Cabin A234
Sail Date: May 2017
Good size and always kept clean by our steward for 75 days great Read More
Good size and always kept clean by our steward for 75 days great Read Less
Sail Date: December 2016
Cabin lay out was good. Liked that there was a private area to get dressed between the shower and bed, as I was travelling with a family member (not a partner). The shower was OK. Pretty dated. TV in the room extremely dated. ... Read More
Cabin lay out was good. Liked that there was a private area to get dressed between the shower and bed, as I was travelling with a family member (not a partner). The shower was OK. Pretty dated. TV in the room extremely dated. Restricted movie access and the information on movies was hard to find and flicked from screen to screen so you can't read all of what you need to. Very poor, out dated technology. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2016
Found the mini suite cabins to be very roomy, well laid out and comfortable. The bed was very comfortable, the pillows were a little 'lumpy' but ok, and the cabin overall was well lit with a variety of lighting options (full light, dim ... Read More
Found the mini suite cabins to be very roomy, well laid out and comfortable. The bed was very comfortable, the pillows were a little 'lumpy' but ok, and the cabin overall was well lit with a variety of lighting options (full light, dim lighting, bedside lighting etc). Loved the large 'walk in' style closet with loads of hanging space (and hangers!) as well as a large 2 door wardrobe where the safe could also be found. The mini safe itself should be called a micro safe - was too small to fit an ipad or small laptop in, but sufficient for jewellery, passports etc. The stateroom was broken loosely into two sections by a small dressing table on one side and a TV display unit on the other that house 2 TV's - one directed towards the bed, the other twoards the sitting area adjacent to the balcony. There was a small (1.5 seatre) sofa, a chair and a coffee table in the sitting area - quite spacious and still had plenty of floor space so that we could leave our suitcase there for quick access during our quick 2 night voyage! The sofa however was relatively hard and uncomfortable - making lying on the bed a more comfy location to watch TV. A shame really as to me it made the use of this lovely space worthless, except to sit down for a quick read of the ships daily. There was also room for a full 2 seater and had it been more comforatable this would definitlay be an asset to paying a premium for this extra space available in the mini suite grade. The balcony was a standard size, and something to be wary of is that they are uncovered. You look up and the 5 or 6 decks of balcony's above all look down on you. I wouldn't be doing anything out on the verandah to be too concerned about, but one did feel somewhat exposed. Likewise, no shelter for wet weather use, nor shade in the heat. Onto the bathroom - we initially were not impressed when we opened the bathroom to find a step over tub/shower combo vs a dedicated shower. It seems a bath is considered a luxury (as standard cabins do not offer these) but to me that would mean it would need to be deep and long enough to be considered a true bath !! It also had the dreaded shower curtain - I loathe these at shore or at sea and just thing they are filth mongers. However initial thoughts aside, the shower itself was great - hot and good water pressure. Princess also won back some brownie points as the bath curtain actually had magnets in the bottom hem - so it stuck to the bath edge and not the bather! It wasn't such an issue as a consequence! As the sink and vanity area ran parallel to the bath, it provided alot more bench space than we've seen in other shipboard bathrooms. The toilet was in the middle, providing a quite roomy bathroom configuration. Read Less

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