Typical Princess balcony cabin with beds/night stands/refrigerator/desk/sofa/tv/ small closet with drawers and small but adequate hanging closet. Bathroom is compact -- perhaps 3'x6' total including shower with curtain. Two chairs and a small table on the balcony. Read entire member review >>
our balcony cabin #7009 was a fair size and the shower was as expected, not very large but well laid out. We had sufficient room for all our luggage and the two suitcases we brought fit perfectly under the bed. Read entire member review >>
Good room with a great steward Victor, some wear and tear showing but nothing more than cosmetic stuff and just a little of that. Perfect location on the ship, 1 floor down to MDR, 3 up to Buffet! Read entire member review >>
Our standard balcony (port-side) stateroom #7090 on Deck 7 was 184 square feet plus an 8' by 4' balcony. The layout was poor and we felt cramped and in each other's way. There was insufficient drawer and surface space. The bed was comfortable but the couch was not. The bathroom was so tiny that the micro-mini sink's faucet was off to the left side. While showering, a normal sized person will be against the wall and/or shower curtain. The side of the cabin leading to the balcony was floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door and window. In addition, the open balcony railing gave a natural view. The gaps in the balcony separating partitions however were too wide for any visual and voice privacy. We were really glad to have a balcony. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was fair. Bathroom is VERY small with shower being about 24 inches at the widest point. Okay if your are of average build - just dont drop the soap! We found that sound insulation was poor but that could be due to the connecting door on our cabin - although it was never open. Not much storage space for luggage. We had hardback Samsonite cases which would not fit under the beds however our cabin steward put them in storage for us. Read entire member review >>
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