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(approx 335-513 sq ft) Priority embarkation ensures a feeling of privilege, inside your superbly appointed suite a bottle of wine & succulent fresh strawberries are waiting. Fresh fruit replenished each day & personalised stationery. Should you wish, invite new friends for pre-dinner champagne & canapes in your separate living area, your concierge will gladly assist with any arrangements. This is your refined and relaxing retreat. Here, you can seek out idyllic seclusion on your private balcony.

Princess Suite (P1)
Decks: Deck 7 | Deck 8
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Princess Suite Cabin Reviews
Cabin 8083
Mar 2017
Very clean and spacious with lots of storage. Good location for the stairs, lifts, guest laundry for accessing the Lido and Princess Grill. Little noise during the night from Lido above but didn;t bother us too much
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Cabin 8085
Sep 2016
Canon OK but not much longer than an ordinary balcony cabin
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Cabin 7079
Jul 2016
Greece is the word. By: yorky602
Cabin was a lot smaller than on the Queen Mary and based on the cabin only was not worth the princess grill fare.
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Cabin Deck 7
Jun 2016
Our suite in Princess Grill was very comfortable (perfect bed!), nicely laid out (nice sitting area, too) and very clean (including the balcony) BUT the shower head is something that comes from a different era. Where other cruise lines install Grohe rain showers, spa shower heads or else, all that Cunard has to offer for their premium guests is an antique wall mounted shower head where you have to crawl under and a shower curtain. I am quite sportive but I was hardly able to get a good shower. We went to the Spa change room instead, where they have a proper stand up shower.
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Cabin 8079
Sep 2015
Near faultless By: Cornish Surfer
A good mid ships location near the B lifts/ stairs. A very little noise from Lido restaurant above but it never bothered us.
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Cabin 8081
Sep 2013
Our Princess Grill cabin number 8081 was situated on deck 8 mid ships and is very convenient for getting around the ship. Lifts are close by and the Lido is just a few seconds away as is the Princess Grills Restaurant. The bed was very very comfortable and I liked having a full size bath in the bathroom. The shower over the bath was ok but is fixed at a rather low height.Good storage both for hanging and under bed for cases.We had clear unobstructed views from the balcony, which had two relining chairs and footstalls together with a small table.There was no noise from the nearby lifts or crew access doors which are situated just down the corridor although there was noise from above. The cabin is situated underneath the entrance to the Lido which is partly carpeted and partly tiled so footsteps can be heard during busy periods. There is also a store area above and some noise can be heard from this area every morning around 6am. It only lasts briefly so was not a big issue. Because we booked a Getaway Cruise we did not have a cabin choice, but if we had a choice we would select a different cabin next time.
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Cabin 8080
Jul 2013
Excellent overall, nice separate sitting area and balcony, liked the fact we had two TVs. The steward was excellent - wish I could take him home! Only problem this cabin is immediately underneath the bar area of the Garden Room and consequently there was much clanging and banging of metal items above us well into the night.
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Cabin 8076
Feb 2011
Queen Elizabeth's Festive Debut By: Solent Richard
Princess Grill stateroom was a good size and had more than ample storage and hanging space. The Bathroom was a good size with a bath and enclosed shower. Two flatscreen televisions offered tv viewing into both sections of the stateroom.
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