Balcony
This stateroom has a balcony with patio furniture. It offers two twin beds that make up into a queen-sized bed, a refrigerator, television, closet and bathroom with shower, plus a spacious closet and desk.

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Balcony (BA) Cabin Reviews

Not thrilled... : Cabin D320
Sail Date: April 2019
Mattresses are miserably hard and hurt the human body at all pressure points which is common with a hard mattress. The fridge did not work for 4 days and the balcony painting maintenance was just icing on the misery cake.
Mattresses are miserably hard and hurt the human body at all pressure points which is common with a hard mattress. The fridge did not work for 4 days and the balcony painting maintenance was just icing on the misery cake. Read Less
Nice ship : Cabin B728
Sail Date: April 2019
I chose a port side cabin at the back, because I like to be in the quiet area and usually gets more sun. However, it was so cold I hardly used the balcony. It was also a little rougher than I like. The cabin was a little cramped but we had ... Read More
I chose a port side cabin at the back, because I like to be in the quiet area and usually gets more sun. However, it was so cold I hardly used the balcony. It was also a little rougher than I like. The cabin was a little cramped but we had enough storage space and everything was very clean. At one point the TV stopped working, and we had to call about the air-conditioning, but they were both fixed. Read Less
Just ok : Cabin M602
Sail Date: April 2019
Not clean upon arrival
Not clean upon arrival Read Less
Great time. : Cabin A201
Sail Date: March 2019
Wonderful
Wonderful Read Less
Great Cruise : Cabin A238
Sail Date: February 2019
The room was okay, nothing special. It had adequate space. For a cruise of this length, We'd recommend a mini suite. The balcony door was very difficult to open and the pull rods on the shades broke off easily due to difficulty ... Read More
The room was okay, nothing special. It had adequate space. For a cruise of this length, We'd recommend a mini suite. The balcony door was very difficult to open and the pull rods on the shades broke off easily due to difficulty opening the shades. The pillows were a bit large and uncomfortable. We were mid ship, deck 12 close to the elevator. A great location. Read Less
Not my favourite : Cabin D508
Sail Date: February 2019
Cabin was typical of most Princess ships. Small balcony, divan & desk, small bathroom. Large T.V. with live and on demand. Cabin was converted to medallion during the voyage, mine did not work and really, it seems like a pointless ... Read More
Cabin was typical of most Princess ships. Small balcony, divan & desk, small bathroom. Large T.V. with live and on demand. Cabin was converted to medallion during the voyage, mine did not work and really, it seems like a pointless exercise. Removing opportunities for staff/passenger interactions cannot ever improve the cruise experience. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
We chose L102 at the bow of the ship for its very large balcony. It is listed as obstructed in that the pony wall in front is steel and not see through plexiglass. It does get a bit windy but there never was a time we could not use it. ... Read More
We chose L102 at the bow of the ship for its very large balcony. It is listed as obstructed in that the pony wall in front is steel and not see through plexiglass. It does get a bit windy but there never was a time we could not use it. We just loved having the room and forward view. Read Less
Large & Low-key : Cabin A633
Sail Date: January 2019
We reserved a standard balcony stateroom in the aft part of the ship on Aloha Deck (12). The stateroom layout was among my favorites at sea, and the room was pleasantly spacious and calming. Finishes were light and airy, the beds were ... Read More
We reserved a standard balcony stateroom in the aft part of the ship on Aloha Deck (12). The stateroom layout was among my favorites at sea, and the room was pleasantly spacious and calming. Finishes were light and airy, the beds were comfortable, and the lighting was pleasant. It felt more like a hotel room rather than a ship cabin. The entertainment system was also top-notch. Cons: We were located aft and depending on the direction of the wind, exhaust from the ship’s funnel would find its way to our balcony. This occasionally occurred while underway but was especially evident on days in port, where we often chose not to enjoy sitting on our balcony due to the emissions. More disappointingly, while underway, we could see thick, intense emissions—even at night—coming from the funnel and consider emissions management something that Princess needs to address as an environmental concern. I have traveled on cleaner-burning vessels of the same size (140k ton range) and will consider a more environmentally responsible cruise line when planning my next cruise. Read Less

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