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.
Standard balcony, some minor chair noise early am from Horizon Court above, GREAT shower which will flail the first two layers of skin off your back and lots of instant hot water. Cabin not recommended for those who suffer from seasickness, as there can be significant motion. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was our choice, for location, balcony type. We have traveled so much on Princess that we now know exactly what we want in a cabin. When compared to cabins on other lines we like the layout of Princess. The only thing I would change would be the size of the shower to allow for a foot platform for washing the legs and feet more easily. Read entire member review >>
The cabin itself is comfortable and the balcony is extra big. I found the bed comfortable. Water pressure in the shower not good. The cabin is close to the front and this makes it less convenient to the venues aft. Lots of walking - not a problem for us but anyone with mobility issues might have problems. Cabin steward Angelo was fantastic - the place was clean all the time. Read entire member review >>
This cabin is located right below the buffet and we find it very convenient to get our breakfast. Dinner in the main dining room is a short walk to the rear elevator and down to deck six. The cabin is not too large but adequate. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was adequate. Had plenty of hanger in the closet. Bed was very comfortable. Bathroom was good and shower always had plenty of hot water. The towels could have been bigger, but they were average towels. Read entire member review >>
A619: Great balcony, fully covered. Closet: not bad, with lots of hangers. Quiet: not bad, not too much hallway noise. Bathroom: tiny shower, lots of counter space, nice shelf below sink. Read entire member review >>
Again, the room is tired. Bathroom had a shower curtain, balcony was rusty and tired. But the room was clean and the bed was comfortable. You have a mini fridge, a desk, flat screen tv etc. Read entire member review >>
Cabin has the Princess Theatre on the other side of the corridor which can be noisy in the evenings. Cabin itself is comfortable with a reasonable amount of storage space. Liked the fact the bathroom does not open directly into cabin but is through the storage space. Read entire member review >>
Aloha (A) 703. In the rear of the ship. Smaller room and balcony than on Caribe but still nice. Not as noisy as I expected but we were not really under a high traffic public area. Balcony smaller, bathroom small, and closet is small. Rest of room was roomy and comfortable for the two of us. Not much noise from the ship although sometimes vibrations were noticed when ship was turning. I did like the closeness to the terrace pool and to the Horizon Court for a quick snack or a cup of coffee in the morning before we headed to breakfast. I thought there would be a lot of foot traffic to the back of the ship and to the elevators but I didn't notice that. Not a bad room for the price. Read entire member review >>
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