We booked this cruise on the Golden Princess for our Golden wedding anniversary. We had to pay an extra $630 above the advertised price in the Herald Sun. When moving into our cabin (Stateroom is a joke) we found it contained two bunks folded against the walls above the double bed. This made it very hard to try and get around the bed to get into it. Fortunately our very helpful cabin steward suggested splitting the bed into two singles. This had to do.
When moving in and using the drawers some of them would fall open as well as not closing properly through jamming. The desk timber was not in good condition and the whole cabin had the air of general neglect.
The Horizon Court is a good place to eat but mostly the cooked food was tepid or cold. This is common on all the Princess cruises we have sailed. The ship however is a good one to cruise on. She is fairly stable and for her age, still tight.