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Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area and a private bathroom. (188 sq. ft., balcony 50 sq. ft.)

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Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony (D1) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: February 2017
What an amazing room! By far the best balcony cabin on the entire ship. The room is longer than most, same width. It's the balcony that is mindblowing. Even better than 1688. It's so large you get two lounge chairs that easily fit ... Read More
Sail Date: February 2016
Our cabin was well maintained and always cleaned to a high standard. Our cabin steward was wonderful and very helpful, always happy and very obliging. We like to have a balcony to enjoy some quiet time and enjoy the ocean. The cabins still ... Read More
Sail Date: December 2015
Cabin was great. Door to the balcony was easy to use and sealed well. Balcony was big enough. Wardrobe was good and had a few shelves and a fair bit of hanging space. Bathroom fine and clean. Room was great - we had a king size bed ... Read More
Sail Date: December 2015
Most satisfactory with excellent service from the room attendant. Read More
Sail Date: November 2015
Our stateroom 8660 on the Deck 8 was overlooking the sea and had a private balcony. We didn't spend a lot of time in the room but when we went inside we enjoyed our balcony a lot. The room is quite spacious with plenty of storage and a ... Read More
Disappointed : Cabin 2600
Sail Date: March 2015
Our cabin was adequate for two people and our cabin attendant Brenlynn was lovely. She attended to our needs when asked and brought us ice each day and an extra pillow for my husband. The cabin was always clean and tidy. We loved the towel ... Read More
Going to Princess : Cabin 6644
Sail Date: March 2015
Cabin was satisfactory Didn't like the balcony wall. It was metal on the bottom half instead of glass so you had to stand to see the ocean. Read More

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