Balcony
The spacious approximately 210 to 234-square-foot Balcony stateroom is appointed with fine amenities and outstanding views from an approximately 35 to 72-square-foot private balcony. Some staterooms also have pullman beds to accommodate 3rd and 4th passengers.

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Balcony (BE) Cabin Reviews

Nice cabin with a balcony that had no table and chairs to sit at and almost no privacy due to it’s design. After having one on our last cruise we said we would never cruise without one again but this one was a waste of money.
Nice cabin with a balcony that had no table and chairs to sit at and almost no privacy due to it’s design. After having one on our last cruise we said we would never cruise without one again but this one was a waste of money. Read Less
Sail Date March 2020
Great cabin, our steward was Mary Grace and she was a sweetheart. They only thing that could improve the room would be another chair however there is no space with it's current configuration.
Great cabin, our steward was Mary Grace and she was a sweetheart. They only thing that could improve the room would be another chair however there is no space with it's current configuration. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
Our cabin was on Caribe Deck 10, starboard side, forward. Caribe is one of those decks that mostly has other cabins above and below, so the noise is usually not an issue. Forward on the ship may not be for everyone because the undulating ... Read More
Our cabin was on Caribe Deck 10, starboard side, forward. Caribe is one of those decks that mostly has other cabins above and below, so the noise is usually not an issue. Forward on the ship may not be for everyone because the undulating motion of the ship pushing through the waves may cause seasickness for some. But my wife and I have owned boats and cruised many times before and seem to have our sea legs firmly established. Normally the side of the ship doesn’t matter much, since on itineraries like Alaska, the Captain will spin the ship to give both sides of the ship equal time and views. At the Canal we enter from the Caribbean side from the north (Yes, the canal runs north and south. Look at a map.) the sun rises in the east, that makes the starboard (west facing) the shady side for your balcony in the morning and conversely, the shady side on its return through the canal in the afternoon when the sun is now heading toward the west. You’ll thank me for this information later. Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
Old & Worn-out : Cabin Pr709
This is an accessible cabin. Very good bathroom. No electrical by bed so if you have a medical device that needs power, you'll need an extension cord that will be stretched across the cabin. Bad idea for anyone much less a ... Read More
This is an accessible cabin. Very good bathroom. No electrical by bed so if you have a medical device that needs power, you'll need an extension cord that will be stretched across the cabin. Bad idea for anyone much less a handicapped person. No clock so as you go through time zone changes, it becomes a guessing game. Towels and tissues are very low-end motel quality. Balcony on this deck cannot be accessed during Panama Canal crossing. Oops! Someone might have mentioned that before taking my money. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
Small but cozy. Always tidy and never lacking. Furniture could use some updating as the drawers didn't roll very well and got stuck occasionally, but the Island Princess is not a new ship on the fleet.
Small but cozy. Always tidy and never lacking. Furniture could use some updating as the drawers didn't roll very well and got stuck occasionally, but the Island Princess is not a new ship on the fleet. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
Tight, one chair to sit on, bathroom couldn’t be any smaller. Towel thin, lighting poor, refrig not working well enough to cool water.
Tight, one chair to sit on, bathroom couldn’t be any smaller. Towel thin, lighting poor, refrig not working well enough to cool water. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019

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