Mini-Suite with Balcony
The luxurious Mini-Suite offers approximately 299 square feet of comfort and an additional, separate seating area with a sofa bed for lounging or sleeping a third passenger. The spacious balcony is approximately 41 square feet and the bathroom offers a combination tub and shower.

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Mini-Suite with Balcony (MC) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: November 2017
Regal (except for suites and Club Class minis) doesn’t have the new Luxury Beds yet - not until 2019 per current rollout schedule. But since it’s a newer ship, the bedding it launched with is pretty darn good. Bathroom has a full size ... Read More
Regal (except for suites and Club Class minis) doesn’t have the new Luxury Beds yet - not until 2019 per current rollout schedule. But since it’s a newer ship, the bedding it launched with is pretty darn good. Bathroom has a full size tub with shower. All the usual mini-suite features make for a really nice cabin. Cabin had the new 43” 4K LG TVs - these are fantastic! All of the OceanView programming is available along with lots of on-demand movies & TV shows (but sadly not the Love Boat anymore). We’ve had minis a couple times and they are definitely a treat! And unless you have one of the angled minis under the SeaView Bar or Seawalk, minis have the same tiny balcony that regular balconies have - my biggest beef with the cabins on the Royal/Regal. Read Less
Regal is fantastic : Cabin l225
Sail Date: October 2017
I’m glad we had a tub in the minisuite because pics I’ve seen of the shower stall are too tiny and not as much room to hang wet stuff. That being said, the tub was extremely slow to drain and you showered in a pool of water every day. ... Read More
I’m glad we had a tub in the minisuite because pics I’ve seen of the shower stall are too tiny and not as much room to hang wet stuff. That being said, the tub was extremely slow to drain and you showered in a pool of water every day. But since the pool outside was too cold, maybe this was their attempt to make us happy. There was a nice fancy faucet to just set the temp and forget it for the hot water. And the pressure was good. The toilet positioned at an angle is weird but you cannot really change it without some plumbers tools and I did not bring mine. I have to say I was impressed with 100% button success. On the BA last year, we had to press the button 4 or 5 times to get it to flush but on regal, we had 100% success every time we pressed the button. Very rewarding. There’s ample room and hangars to hang things and you can ask for robes to be delivered to the room but my guess is if you weigh over 200 lb they really won’t close and they don’t have larger ones, we asked. The life vests are on top of the closet, unlike on the BA which are under the bed. You must take the vest to muster but don’t wear it to muster or you will look like a newbie. And make sure you don’t drag the straps either or you will fall and be in the med center for a tour you don’t want. The bed is a queen as advertised (bit too small for people used to a king) and beds are all subjective but we found it reasonable to sleep on. Not the best, not the worst. You have high and low pillows to suit your preference. Light switches next to the bed are nice but why on a new ship isn’t there at least one outlet next to the bed? There are table lights fastened into the end tables next to the bed and they have their own switches which is nice. The sofabed was comfy to sit on but we didn’t open it to inspect it otherwise. We never sat at the desk but found it spacious and used a few drawers. The steward put our ice bucket in the fridge after the 1st day but I don’t know if this is the norm or not. We never use ice. The in room phone is very crackly but we called to get our UBD dinner set up. There’s an extra chair in the corner to hang your clothing on if you need to or you could sit on it of course. The balcony door was very hard to open but that assured us we would be safe from any waves that got as high as deck 16. The balcony is the same size as the BA (except for that time I got the angled one on the BA and enjoyed that space) so we didn’t know any better if this size was good or bad relative to other princess ships. There is a light switch to turn off your outside light if you would like. I did not like that the air vents were directly above my bed. We don’t have hot air heat at home and we were very dried out every morning. The positive about this is that if you want heating or cooling that it’s virtually instant. I’ve seen videos online of the regal showers and I have to say I’m glad I sprung for the tub in the mini. WARNING: in bad weather this room creaks worse than a 100 year old with joint problems. We had force 10 winds (scale only goes up to 12) and for 2 days and one night we heard the room constantly moaning and groaning. It definitely affected our sleep and we would never stay in 225 again. I was pleased the bathroom door stayed in place through it all (no rattling or swaying). The noise in the walls and ceiling was just crazy and constant. Also someone apparently tried to jamb something up in the corner of the ceiling to stop the noise prior to our cruise. On the BA last year we had pretty big waves and wind and never heard this type of room noise. My guess is it’s luck of the draw with regards to room structure. Also I wanted to say that noise from the retreat pool area above was only heard one day at 9 am. I never heard it early morning. I was worried about noise from above but I wouldn’t worry about deck noise here. And the convenience outweighs it anyway. Read Less
Great Baltic Cruise : Cabin L204
Sail Date: July 2017
I really don't remember the category. MC just sounded good. Our cabin was forward on Lido-easy food access. We liked that it was very quiet and little foot traffic. I really liked the drapes between the bed and living area and we ... Read More
I really don't remember the category. MC just sounded good. Our cabin was forward on Lido-easy food access. We liked that it was very quiet and little foot traffic. I really liked the drapes between the bed and living area and we used it frequently while in the room. The balcony was quite small but we enjoyed what we had. The bathroom was great! Love that tub. I like the dressing area and closets-well thought out. Read Less
Anniversary Cruise : Cabin R339
Sail Date: December 2016
The room was very clean. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was spotless. We enjoyed our mini-suite very much. There was one odd this though. When unpacking, found receipts from the last guest that used the room in the drawers.
The room was very clean. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was spotless. We enjoyed our mini-suite very much. There was one odd this though. When unpacking, found receipts from the last guest that used the room in the drawers. Read Less
Great Relaxing Cruise : Cabin m233
Sail Date: November 2016
small, but adequate. balcony could have been a bit larger, as well as the bathroom which had only one sink.
small, but adequate. balcony could have been a bit larger, as well as the bathroom which had only one sink. Read Less
Impressive Princess! : Cabin M318
Sail Date: December 2015
Very adequate mini-suite. The sofa seat cushions were extra wide, making it quite comfortable to sit for long periods of time as we enjoyed the variety of TV options each night. Ample drawer and cabinet storage throughout the cabin. ... Read More
Very adequate mini-suite. The sofa seat cushions were extra wide, making it quite comfortable to sit for long periods of time as we enjoyed the variety of TV options each night. Ample drawer and cabinet storage throughout the cabin. The dresser has a hairdryer in the top drawer, but lacked a lighted mirror which would extent; thereby, jumping to the bathroom for better lighting without the aid of magnified mirror was a redundant trek I made often. This is the only flaw of the otherwise perfect room. The bed was extremely comfortable, and the pillows equally so. Linens were fresh smelling, unlike most other ships we have been on (pick a cruiseline). Read Less

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