Mini-Suite with Balcony
Substantially larger than a balcony stateroom, a mini-suite includes all the same amenities of a balcony stateroom, plus the added luxuries of a welcome glass of champagne, separate seating area, sofa bed, two flat screen televisions, marble top furniture, a closet and bathroom tub.

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Mini-Suite with Balcony (MA) Cabin Reviews

Smooth sailing : Cabin B494
Sail Date: November 2017
Great bed and pillows. Loved the 2 large screen tv's with lots of movies to view. Could use a smaller table on the very conservative size balcony. The room was very quiet but located equal distance from both fore and aft elevators so be ... Read More
Great bed and pillows. Loved the 2 large screen tv's with lots of movies to view. Could use a smaller table on the very conservative size balcony. The room was very quiet but located equal distance from both fore and aft elevators so be prepared for a bit of a walk. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
It was a bit tight and we are not large people. Bathroom size is smallish, too. Read More
It was a bit tight and we are not large people. Bathroom size is smallish, too. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
The Cabin was very comfortable. Had ample room for three of us. Located Midship, gave the least amount of movement (I am sensitive to motion sickness) and was easy to get to. The Princess Mini suite is very roomy and has a bath tub. The ... Read More
The Cabin was very comfortable. Had ample room for three of us. Located Midship, gave the least amount of movement (I am sensitive to motion sickness) and was easy to get to. The Princess Mini suite is very roomy and has a bath tub. The bed is very comfortable and the room was not subject to outside noise. The room steward was excellent as usual, the room was always in tip top shape. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
The cabin was in great shape and the cabin steward was great! Read More
The cabin was in great shape and the cabin steward was great! Read Less
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Sail Date: February 2017
Cabins are small and balconies are smaller. Hardly enough room for two on the balcony. Bathroom for a mini suite was as cramped as lesser priced rooms. The bathtub was a joke. Read More
Cabins are small and balconies are smaller. Hardly enough room for two on the balcony. Bathroom for a mini suite was as cramped as lesser priced rooms. The bathtub was a joke. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
This is my first and most likely ONLY trip on the Regal Princess. Since the Royal Princess is of the same design, I won’t be traveling on that ship either. There are many physical/design reasons, which apply to both vessels that are ... Read More
This is my first and most likely ONLY trip on the Regal Princess. Since the Royal Princess is of the same design, I won’t be traveling on that ship either. There are many physical/design reasons, which apply to both vessels that are most inferior. There are more passengers, but the elevator configuration is the same as the smaller Emerald, Ruby, etc. ships. How can more staterooms and floors with a significant number of additional passengers be added without any additional elevators? There were many times when a wait of 10 minutes or more for an available lift to stop. We had a mini-suite and the balcony was embarrassingly small. There were two chairs, a foot stool and a table which filled the balcony. There was no way two people could be on that balcony. How is this a good idea? Something more than a mini-balcony is expected when paying for the luxury of a balcony, especially on an extra cost stateroom. The entertainment was another HUGE disappointment! The production shows had larger participants than usual, but quantity does not equal a quality production show. The dancers, who have practiced and rehearsed to perfection were always in the dark. The spotlights were on the singers. We can hear the singers without the spotlight, we can NOT see the dancers without light. What a disappointment for those kids who have worked so hard to just dance in the dark. That is really unfair for both the audience and the dancers as well. Why are there spotlights facing the audience? It is difficult enough to see what is happening on the stage and then that becomes impossible with these more aggravating spotlights. Who thinks that is a good idea? Finally in regard to the Princess Theater and other venues as well … why is the sound over-modulated? We have average hearing, granted there are a LOT of Senior Citizens on the ship, those with hearing issues have hearing aids. The rest of us can hear fine. Why is the volume levels “ear harming” loud? This is supposed to be “entertainment” not irritations! The Horizon Grill and Horizon Court are a total embarrassment for Princess! It was worse than the cramped Horizon on the Emerald or Ruby. Where are the plates? Why aren’t the plates where the food is available? Why does the food keep moving? On other ships like Holland America there is signage for what is available – salad, sandwiches, desserts, main courses, etc. There is no such indication on the Regal Princess. That is confusing enough, but then the food moves! One time the hot cereals are in one place, the next time is has moved! How is moving food a good thing for the passengers?? Sometimes the help were confused as to where something may be hiding. Additionally many, almost a majority, of the service people have attitudes. From the pizza or burger area on the Lido Deck to the Horizon servers there is a LOT of attitude! Obviously they have not been trained to help or assist the passengers. They are more likely to argue, not understand or flatly ignore a passenger request. You would expect all service personnel on a ship to go out of their way to please those paying for the opportunity to be NOT served. That is an additional embarrassment for Princess. The lines to see the Future Cruise person was another embarrassment. Apparently Princess wants your money to “lock” you into another cruise. You would think the Princess person would spend more than a few hours a day taking money! It is totally uncalled for to be #24 in line to as a Future Cruise question! I guess the passenger’s time is not a priority for Princess … we are already trapped on-board. What is a couple hour wait to talk with the professional? On a positive note, the food quality was several “clicks” above that on other Princess vessels. Usually Princess food is overly salty. There were many times in the past when salt-free dishes were requested. That was not required this time. Even the soups were not overly salty. That was the BEST thing on this cruise. So … travel on the Regal or Royal if you want to be disappointed. If you want to wait forever to get to deck 6 by elevator for the dining room. If you want to pay extra money for a minuscule balcony. If you want to be ignored by the service staff. If you want to have totally disappointing production shows. There is more to share, but this is enough! Happy travels … hopefully on smaller Princess or alternative ships! PS-I am at the Elite level on Princess, so I’ve been around the Princess block more than one time! Read Less
Sail Date: January 2017
Walls not very sound proof. Cabin size ok--balcony limited to two. TV system great. Bathroom tub/shower great. Read More
Walls not very sound proof. Cabin size ok--balcony limited to two. TV system great. Bathroom tub/shower great. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2016
Good size, plenty of storage space. Sleeping and lounge areas, both with large TVs. Compact but perfectly good bathroom with bath & shower. Small balcony with 2 full seats & 2 foot stools. Comfy bed. Excellent room steward. ... Read More
Good size, plenty of storage space. Sleeping and lounge areas, both with large TVs. Compact but perfectly good bathroom with bath & shower. Small balcony with 2 full seats & 2 foot stools. Comfy bed. Excellent room steward. Sometimes had to wait a little to get through to room service, but not a big issue. As mentioned above, only complaint is that - being directly under one of the restaurants - it was noisy in the morning. Read Less

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