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Premium Club Class 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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Premium Club Class Mini-Suite with Balcony (M1) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: December 2018
These cabins are nice and spacious. Bathroom is much nicer having the tub/shower combination with adjustable removable shower head. Only disappointment was that we had issues with our second TV and they never got around to fix it so ... Read More
These cabins are nice and spacious. Bathroom is much nicer having the tub/shower combination with adjustable removable shower head. Only disappointment was that we had issues with our second TV and they never got around to fix it so basically we had 1 TV for most of our cruise which was the one over in front of the sofa on the wall, not the one in front of the bed! It wasn't too bad to deal with as we were not in our room that much but it's just the principle matter that bothered me. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2018
The cabin was nice but we had researched how small the balcony cabins were and paid to get the larger well placed mini suite. The bed was great and the curtains in the middle of the room to allow for the illusion of two rooms was good. ... Read More
The cabin was nice but we had researched how small the balcony cabins were and paid to get the larger well placed mini suite. The bed was great and the curtains in the middle of the room to allow for the illusion of two rooms was good. Nice bathroom. Theirs is what you’re paying for with the club class nothing else is worth it. We were never offered the canapés in the afternoon, the spa bathroom soaps etc were useless. Bring your own shampoo, conditioner and soap. A dispenser in the shower with a combination shampoo/conditioner is not what I expected. There is no benefit to the embarkation/disembarkation benifit at all, it amounted to nothing. There was one extra item on the menu each night in the dining room that hardly qualifies as an ‘expanded menu’. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2018
This was the smallest Mini-Suite I have ever seen. With the added expense of it being in princess's new "club class" i was even more disappointed.So not worth the added expense.
This was the smallest Mini-Suite I have ever seen. With the added expense of it being in princess's new "club class" i was even more disappointed.So not worth the added expense. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2018
Cabin was beautiful and roomy with a slightly larger balcony. The mid-ship location was very convenient, too. Didn't like the sky walk two floors above, however. Walkers had full view of our balcony, and it didn't feel very ... Read More
Cabin was beautiful and roomy with a slightly larger balcony. The mid-ship location was very convenient, too. Didn't like the sky walk two floors above, however. Walkers had full view of our balcony, and it didn't feel very private. Also, at night, the lights on the walkway glow blue on the balcony, and it blocks your view of the sky if you like to watch the stars and moon. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
Minisuite cabin design on the Royal differs from the design encountered on the Ruby ... the sitting area and the bed area had the option of pulling a curtain (which was a nice heavy noise deadening and blackout curtain) and the televisions ... Read More
Minisuite cabin design on the Royal differs from the design encountered on the Ruby ... the sitting area and the bed area had the option of pulling a curtain (which was a nice heavy noise deadening and blackout curtain) and the televisions were big-screen wall mounted. The closet area is the signature open design (with plenty of light) and one stacked shelf. The safe can hold tablets, but a 15-17in laptop would be have to go elsewhere (you can chain it down to the numerous stationary items in the room if necessary). We were glad we brought a small table cloth and towel clips (made the afternoon and evenings on the balcony more vacation like and nothing slid on the table top with a slight list when at sea) Also bring along a corkscrew if you carry on wine ... room service will scoot up to open yours if you don't so no panic (they wont leave the corkscrew). Handiwipes came in handy to wipe down surfaces and instruments Steward provided extension cord for CPAP -- but wasn't necessary ... two 110V outlets at the desk .. and two 220V -- a travel outlet with USB and additional outlets did the trick for us. WiFi signal is this cabin was strong and fast-ish (not lightening fast like home, but not interminable like on many cruises) Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
We had a mini suite.. I am not sure what the other designations stand for.. our room was very nice.. the balcony was rather tight. The room stewart was very proficient.
We had a mini suite.. I am not sure what the other designations stand for.. our room was very nice.. the balcony was rather tight. The room stewart was very proficient. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
Spacious cabin which was very comfortable. We didn't have any problems with privacy from the Skywalk above. You couldn't see into the cabin from there and the only time you could see onto the balcony was if you bent down to the ... Read More
Spacious cabin which was very comfortable. We didn't have any problems with privacy from the Skywalk above. You couldn't see into the cabin from there and the only time you could see onto the balcony was if you bent down to the handrail level. It was nice having a separate area to sit away from the bed. There was plenty of storage and hanging space. The bathroom was a reasonable size for a cruise ship and had a shower over a bathtub. The balcony was a bit on the small size but adequate for our needs. Read Less

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