Balcony
The spacious approximately 222 square foot Balcony stateroom is appointed with fine amenities and outstanding views from an approximately 41 square foot private balcony.

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Balcony (BA) Cabin Reviews

My first time with a Balcony, and it was worth it. Will not go without a balcony in the future Out room we always turned down and clean.
My first time with a Balcony, and it was worth it. Will not go without a balcony in the future Out room we always turned down and clean. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
Our cabin was very well laid out and everything was in top shape and very clean, our steward,Nestor, was very helpful and kept our room spotless. It was our first cruise and we asked for a balcony and were happy with our choice as it makes ... Read More
Our cabin was very well laid out and everything was in top shape and very clean, our steward,Nestor, was very helpful and kept our room spotless. It was our first cruise and we asked for a balcony and were happy with our choice as it makes the room so much brighter and the views were fabulous. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
The cabin was roomy enough for 2 people. The bed was very comfortable. Our balcony was spacious enough for 2 people, but of course the bathroom was small. If you close the door while on the toilet, your knees may hit the door. We were ... Read More
The cabin was roomy enough for 2 people. The bed was very comfortable. Our balcony was spacious enough for 2 people, but of course the bathroom was small. If you close the door while on the toilet, your knees may hit the door. We were very happy with our room's cleanliness and the amenities. The steward cleaned twice with turn down service at night. Our steward Dax was our favorite ever! Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
Baltic Cruise 2019 : Cabin D602
We had a balcony on the Dolphin deck slightly aft. Good room, nicely appointed but it seemed smaller that previous Princess ships we have sailed on. Anyway, certainly adequate and comfortable for two people. Very quiet and relaxing.
We had a balcony on the Dolphin deck slightly aft. Good room, nicely appointed but it seemed smaller that previous Princess ships we have sailed on. Anyway, certainly adequate and comfortable for two people. Very quiet and relaxing. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
The cabin interior was kept clean and the space it afforded was sufficient, except for the ridiculously small balcony; barely larger than a French balcony and decidedly uncomfortable to walk onto.
The cabin interior was kept clean and the space it afforded was sufficient, except for the ridiculously small balcony; barely larger than a French balcony and decidedly uncomfortable to walk onto. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
Excellant service. We are Elite members of the Captains Circle and have our laundry done free of charge. A wonderful plus especially on a long cruise.
Excellant service. We are Elite members of the Captains Circle and have our laundry done free of charge. A wonderful plus especially on a long cruise. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
We were upgraded to a middle balcony which was SO convenient. The cabin was clean and very nice. We never felt crowded, lots of closet space; we were two new widows traveling together for the first time.
We were upgraded to a middle balcony which was SO convenient. The cabin was clean and very nice. We never felt crowded, lots of closet space; we were two new widows traveling together for the first time. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019
Our cabin was a category a balcony ( allegedly better than b,c,d,e,f,h,) . Not deluxe as it was small with only one desk chair and no place to sit together or share a meal except to sit on the bed to watch the tv. dekuxe cabins have a ... Read More
Our cabin was a category a balcony ( allegedly better than b,c,d,e,f,h,) . Not deluxe as it was small with only one desk chair and no place to sit together or share a meal except to sit on the bed to watch the tv. dekuxe cabins have a small sofa for seating. staff admitted they had removed a chair from the balcony cabins like ours as people fell over it as it crowded the cabin. description: small cabin with a refrigerator under the counter in the corner by the sliding glass door, desk-dressing table with desk chair. twin beds, one night talbe supporting the end of the desk the other between. Open closet with bar and hangers for about 20 garments and one tall drawer stack with a lockable safe. the small bath had sink with small shleves that dumped things on the floor, toilet and shower with curtain and slight lip to keepo water off the floor . "a" cabins are midship and low, best for transatlantic. most o deluxe balcony cabins were fore or aft not desireable for a ta if we got weather rocking. this was the smallest cabin we had experienced in 25 years. adequet but not luxury. the bathroom shampoo and bath scrub were in communal squirt bottles anchoredin the shower. the soap at the sink was replaced after a week of use by two people. towels were 2 per person and were thin and not luxury,they were less plush than the $3 towel at kohl's. only 2 bath towels was annoying. two lumpy pillows per bed was also alloted. beds were well used with troughs down the middle and gave uncomfortable sleep. The new trend to have a "duvet covered comforter as top sheep and comforter let us have a white sheeted bed as our style . not luxury. the steward did not provide a cover for the sheets for us to unpack our luggage as most "deluxe" cruises. no cover was in the room. The guest bath robes which ar reserved online before sailing were frayed and well used and were so small neither of the adults could use them as they did not span our backs or middles. We used these sad robes as a throw for warmth when the cabin got cold. we would never wear such a ragged thing to the pool! there was no blanket in the room the life preservers were in place on the shelf in the closet and no extra supplies of pillow or blankets. We use extension cords with surge protector in the two us 110 volt receptables on the desk top so we could charge our cell phones, lap top, cameras, etc. we did not use any high amp appliances. the hair drywer in the drawer is wired into the ship 220 volt system so is not moveable. This was the saddest cabin in comparison to hal, celbrity, msc and norwegian. Our cabin steward grace serviced the room twice a day. She was sometimes quite responsive to request such as please return our ice bucket and sometimes forgetful such as "wine glasses please". our room was kept fairly neat as we stow most everything except electronics. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019

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