Mini-Suite with Balcony (MC): Royal Princess Cabin Reviews

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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.

Mini-Suite with Balcony (MC)
Decks: Deck 15 | Deck 16
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Mini-Suite with Balcony Cabin Reviews
Cabin M219
Jun 2017
Bigger is not always better By: GlobetrotterD
Cabin was fine and well appointed.
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Cabin M216
May 2017
Very clean and in good shape. Finally I had enough hangers...not certain how this happened. Steward was exceptional....his name was Bayu. BIG ISSUE was our balcony was so small (with a min-suite!) that we could not have both chairs in use and never could use the foot stools. Too small to enjoy. We have had mini-suites before on lower decks and did not have this problem. We should have been warned about this.
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Cabin L217
Feb 2017
Great Cruise By: swapilot
Great cabin. It was on Lido deck (16) just off the pool area. We were a little concerned how it would be being so close to the pool and buffett but we loved being so close. There was no noise, no extra traffic of people walking down the hallway. Great location. Love the layout and design of the cabin with plenty of storage space and room. Just wish the balconies were bigger. The balcony is my favorite part of the room and it's almost unusable. They need to at least get rid of the foot stools because there isn't room to use them.
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Cabin M227
Dec 2016
Be treated like royalty on Princess. By: Sherblovescruises
Room is spacious and well appointed. More drawer and storage space than I've had on other ships in comparable mini-suites. The balcony is small. There is a tiny table and 2 chairs, each chair has an ottoman stored under it, but there is no room to use the ottoman.
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Cabin M328
Jul 2015
Our mini-suite was fine, with a couple of qualifications. Perhaps some would be more bothered than we were by being right under the Lido deck near the pool, if it annoys you to hear deck furniture moving around during the day, and some footsteps. The balconies on this ship are a joke, though. It isn't so much that they are downsized from other Princess ships, but that they aren't even large enough to pull the footrests out from under the chairs. If the weather had been better I am sure this would have a major gripe. Suffice to say I would prefer a different ship for a warm-weather cruise.
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May 2015
The cabins are nicely appointed but the Royal has small mini suites compared to other Princess ships; you really shouldn't waste the extra money on a mini suite unless you find an absolute bargain. The cabins have cozy bed linens but interestingly no traditional sheets/blankets (we didn't miss them and thought this was innovative). The bath towels though were harsh to the touch especially after a bit too much sun at the beach or pool. A number of other passengers noted this and we later found out from the crew that the chosen bath linens take less time to dry thus provide significant energy savings.
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Cabin L211
Dec 2014
Princess Losing Its Appeal By: FLCruiser60
Mini Suite was fine except for the balcony.
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Cabin L219
Dec 2014
What a wonderful cruise! By: Dackelprincess
I was surprised that our mini-suite really was mini. The cabin in narrower, than the one we had on Ruby, but she still was nicely appointed. I must point out that the new flat screen TVs and optional movie, TV, ships channels, live news, and new movies, made the entertainment in our cabin really nice. At the end of a long day, we would climb into bed, and watch a little TV. Our mini-suite also had a full bath tub and shower, and I decided to take a bath twice! What a pleasure that was. The balcony was narrow, but we did sit outside and read during one of the sea days.I would recommend this mini-suite and book it again.
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Oct 2014
Our mini-suite on the Caribe Deck (Deck 10 mid-forward/starboard) was very good, with a nice layout although the balcony was tiny. It was very quiet. There was lots of storage and a large closet. The bed was very comfortable and there was two large flat screen TVs - one in the seating area and one opposite the bed. The bathroom was spacious and the shower had good water flow.
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Cabin R335/339
Oct 2014
A Royal Affair to Remember By: Hoopsters95
Our adjoining mini suites--R335 & 339--were spacious and nicely decorated in beige with blue and gold. The mini suite did not seem any smaller than the ones on the Crown and the smaller balcony was no big deal. On the balcony, my husband and I had plenty of room to lounge, often eat breakfast, and enjoy the view. The bathroom had plenty of storage area for all our toiletries, and the tub/shower combo was a nice addition. We never had trouble with water pressure or availability of hot water. The queen size bed was very comfortable and the pillows plush. Our wonderful cabin stewart Dennis was always smiling, eager to answer questions, delivered any additional items quickly, and kept our room immaculate. Our cabins R335 & 339 were conveniently mid ship forward so we often headed to the forward stairs to get to the deck we wanted and then proceeded aft.
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