Balcony
Oceanview staterooms with balconies provide more space than other staterooms, with up to 285 square feet. Features two twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed, and a bathroom with shower.

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Balcony (BE) Cabin Reviews

Our [Ocean Balcony] side by side rooms carpet was clean and beautiful. The beds, table, TV, bathroom/toilet and sink were perfect. We thoroughly enjoyed on-demand TV shows with no commercials and HD picture quality. Our side by side rooms ... Read More
Our [Ocean Balcony] side by side rooms carpet was clean and beautiful. The beds, table, TV, bathroom/toilet and sink were perfect. We thoroughly enjoyed on-demand TV shows with no commercials and HD picture quality. Our side by side rooms ocean balcony had a partition so we used to walk to each other’s room from front door. When our room steward, Joel Bohol saw this on the first day, on his own he asked someone to remove the partition in the balcony. It was such a convenience for us that we enjoyed combined long balcony thoroughly. It is absolutely value to your money when you have ocean balcony. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
Ruby Princess Alaska : Cabin B607
Very clean, roomy, large open area for hanging and storing clothes rather than the small closets Carnival and Royal have. The bed was the most comfortable bed I have ever slept in on a cruise. Room steward Jimmie was awesome - very ... Read More
Very clean, roomy, large open area for hanging and storing clothes rather than the small closets Carnival and Royal have. The bed was the most comfortable bed I have ever slept in on a cruise. Room steward Jimmie was awesome - very attentive and personable! Great selection of movies to watch in room! No towel animals like other cruises but we didn’t miss them due to everything else being so great. Fridge was very useful. Balcony had plenty of room - we traveled with other couples and opened our balconies so we had one large long balcony. It was amazing! Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
Total Luxury : Cabin A235
Our cabin was on the 12th floor toward the front of the ship- a great place- very stable even when the seas get a bit active. It was spacious for 2 people- with a small balcony. The in room TV had lots of the latest movies for late night ... Read More
Our cabin was on the 12th floor toward the front of the ship- a great place- very stable even when the seas get a bit active. It was spacious for 2 people- with a small balcony. The in room TV had lots of the latest movies for late night viewing. We were very comfortable and pleased overall. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019
Princess cabins are well organized and provide ample storage of the cabin's guest capacity. Since the TV has been changed from a corner stand to a wall, that shelf on the stand could use a rail or edging to prevent things from falling ... Read More
Princess cabins are well organized and provide ample storage of the cabin's guest capacity. Since the TV has been changed from a corner stand to a wall, that shelf on the stand could use a rail or edging to prevent things from falling off. We didn't have the problem, but it's a obvious hazard. Above I commented on the 3 days without consistent hot water for showers. No excuse for failing to fix that after 2 tries. We prefer forward cabins. The ship's stabilizers help. Also, it's a good appetite generating walk to the stern where dining facilities are located. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Fantastic First-Timer : Cabin A634
Our cabin did not have anyone looking down on us. It was right in the middle, near the back of the ship and hardly felt the ship move at all. Very quiet and never heard the neighbors. Everything was clean and comfortable.
Our cabin did not have anyone looking down on us. It was right in the middle, near the back of the ship and hardly felt the ship move at all. Very quiet and never heard the neighbors. Everything was clean and comfortable. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
Great room! Very clean and comfortable with a location that's very convenient to the elevator, the buffet, the terrace pool and a laundry room. We were literally right beneath the buffet, but the ship must have great soundproofing ... Read More
Great room! Very clean and comfortable with a location that's very convenient to the elevator, the buffet, the terrace pool and a laundry room. We were literally right beneath the buffet, but the ship must have great soundproofing because I never heard a sound coming from the restaurant either in my room or out on the balcony. It was nice being so close, because it made it easy to run up and grab a bite before our early morning excursions. I was impressed with the mattress and the bedding in the cabin. The mattress was very plush and the pillows were huge and generously filled. If it weren't for the early morning sunrises in Alaska (4:30 am!!) that the curtains could never quite block out, I would have had great sleep in these beds. If you're sensitive to light when you sleep as I am, I'd recommend bringing a sleep mask. I also loved the closet space in these cabins! There was ample space to hang up all of our clothes, plus some shelves to store shoes and other clothing with space left over to stow our suitcases. It was a much better set up then in cabins where you're forced to store your bags under the bed. The balcony was very nice too. We had great views all cruise long, but especially on our Glacier Bay day. Read Less
Sail Date May 2018
Ruby Princess, Lido 311 L311 balcony is obstructed partially. Off of the balcony toward midship is a 4’ wall that protrudes outward blocking any view rearward. The view from this cabin is from bow (0 degrees) to strait out starboard ... Read More
Ruby Princess, Lido 311 L311 balcony is obstructed partially. Off of the balcony toward midship is a 4’ wall that protrudes outward blocking any view rearward. The view from this cabin is from bow (0 degrees) to strait out starboard (90 degrees). Even one or two cabins forward would allow for a much wider view. This cabin is also on Lido, there are deck chairs above you, and you can hear them set them up each morning. It’s not bad, but if you’re a light sleeper who sleeps in, choose a cabin with cabins above/below. Also, L311 is adjacent to the exterior doors on Lido deck and I saw people asking about these on Cruise Critic. I had an issue the first night, rough waters in middle of the night was causing the exterior door to bang every few seconds. It annoyed me enough to set out on a 3am mission to find the exterior doors had closed incorrectly, not looking one of the doors. A few quick fixes and the doors were unheard from within the cabin. The corridor from Lido to the elevators was also very seldom used (another asked question). Only noise in that cabin was the deck chairs. I recommend a slightly lower Lido deck number, and even (port side) for views. Read Less
Sail Date May 2018
Average Cruise Ship : Cabin R707
Cabin was comfortable but a dated. TV was too small and understanding what will be showing was near impossible. The cabin steward was excellent and provided prompt and courteous service.
Cabin was comfortable but a dated. TV was too small and understanding what will be showing was near impossible. The cabin steward was excellent and provided prompt and courteous service. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
Last Princess Cruise : Cabin A746
poor....needs to be upgraded...balcony a joke....paint peeling and rust everywhere
poor....needs to be upgraded...balcony a joke....paint peeling and rust everywhere Read Less
Sail Date March 2018

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