Mini-Suite with Balcony
The luxurious Mini-Suite offers approximately 280 to 302 square feet of comfort and a separate seating area with a sofa bed for lounging or sleeping a third passenger.  The spacious balcony is approximately 35 to 58 square feet and the bathroom offers a combination tub and shower. Some Mini-Suites also have a pullman bed to accommodate a 4th passenger. Oceanview Mini-Suites offer no balcony but feature a large approximately 300-square foot cabin space with a picture window.

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Mini-Suite with Balcony (MB) Cabin Reviews

As a hospitality interior designer, I am pretty critical of the overall lodging experience but I do try to be fair. My assessment of the ship design is that it is highly outdated, especially with the quantity and accessibility of outlets ... Read More
As a hospitality interior designer, I am pretty critical of the overall lodging experience but I do try to be fair. My assessment of the ship design is that it is highly outdated, especially with the quantity and accessibility of outlets in the staterooms. It is 2019, and it is expected that there will be outlets next to the bed. There weren't. My roommate and I had to plug one phone at the desk and another in the bathroom. If you aren't going to provide an outlet next to the bed, the cruise line should at least provide an alarm clock. Having to get up and turn off an alarm (my phone) in the bathroom was ridiculous. The beds were very comfortable and the size of the mini-suite was good. I can't imagine staying in anything smaller than the room we had. The shower was tiny, but manageable. Having a balcony was a nice amenity. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
Cabin was a decent size; bathroom had full sized tub. Balcony was nice to view during scenic cruising. We were Southbound Alaska and right side did well for most of the scenic cruising from room view.
Cabin was a decent size; bathroom had full sized tub. Balcony was nice to view during scenic cruising. We were Southbound Alaska and right side did well for most of the scenic cruising from room view. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
Alaska Cruise 2019 : Cabin C212
Nice big room, good closets and bathroom. Was SUPPOSED to be a four person room, two twins and a pull out queen couch, which turned out to e a twin. Fourth bed was a pull down cot with a ladder. COMPLETELY unacceptable for four 65+ ... Read More
Nice big room, good closets and bathroom. Was SUPPOSED to be a four person room, two twins and a pull out queen couch, which turned out to e a twin. Fourth bed was a pull down cot with a ladder. COMPLETELY unacceptable for four 65+ older ladies. We sweet talked our steward into bringing us two extra mattresses and one of our party slept on the floor the entire week. Shipboard management staff offered no viable solution and basically couldn't figure out why we had trouble with the ladder??? None of the electrical outlets worked except one for chargers/curling iron and the built in hair dryer was from 1975. and not located in the bathroom. Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
Cabin, balcony, and bathroom was clean but worn. Bathroom had good body wash and a combo shampoo-conditioner. Mini-suite had good space, and the balcony was twice the size of regular balcony cabins. We travel with another couple and get ... Read More
Cabin, balcony, and bathroom was clean but worn. Bathroom had good body wash and a combo shampoo-conditioner. Mini-suite had good space, and the balcony was twice the size of regular balcony cabins. We travel with another couple and get adjoining cabins so balconies can be opened to each other. Royal Princess’ balcony dividers open up completely, resulting in one double-sized balcony. “Island” only has a small door between the balconies. You can walk from one side to the other, but can’t really hang out with neighbors. The mattresses (Memoryfoam) and pillows are great! Linens are clean and crisp. There’s been chat on CC re whether or not there’s a top sheet between you and the comforter. There is. Few outlets. We’d read that surge protectors were being confiscated when boarding. I ordered items through Amazon that are approved by the cruise lines, and they worked fine. Our steward on Dolphin, Felix, was just right. Except for introductions on the first day, we rarely saw him, but the room was constantly maintained perfectly. If we needed something, we left a note and it was done. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
Very enjoyable cruise : Cabin C210
The cabin was very nice. Amazingly comfortable brand new beds have been put on this ship. All of the cabins now have flat screen TV's, the mini and full suites have two. We prefer to be away from the staircases and elevators and on ... Read More
The cabin was very nice. Amazingly comfortable brand new beds have been put on this ship. All of the cabins now have flat screen TV's, the mini and full suites have two. We prefer to be away from the staircases and elevators and on this size ship, being at the very front is not a problem. On the larger ships, mid ship is preferred. Stateroom steward was excellent. Port or starboard side really isn't an issue. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018

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