Royal Princess: Cabin Choices

by Don McCann

In yesterday’s blog, we promised photos of some cabins.  I’ve always liked the Princess cabin design and this ship is no exception.  The walk-in closet design in most cabins is very practical and user friendly and the appointments in the cabins are simple, but tasteful.  The padded headboard wall above the bed is stylish and attractive, but means there is less artwork in the cabin; guess it’s a trade off.  Royal Princess offers interior, balcony, and deluxe balcony cabins, along with many mini-suites and some full suites and all are quite attractive.

Here are some photos of the major cabin types (you can click on each one to enlarge):

Standard Interior cabin

Standard Interior cabin

Standard Balcony Cabin

Standard Balcony Cabin

Standard Balcony

Standard Balcony

Deluxe Balcony Cabin

Deluxe Balcony Cabin (the sofa makes a nice difference)

MiniSuite

MiniSuite

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MiniSuite sitting area

S4 Suite

S4 Suite

S4 Suite bedroom

S4 Suite bedroom

S4 Suite bathroom, note separate shower & tub

S4 Suite bathroom, note separate shower & tub

S4 Suite balcony

S4 Suite balcony

S2 Suite

S2 Suite

S2 Suite bedroom

S2 Suite bedroom

S2 Suite wrap around balcony

S2 Suite wrap around balcony

Royal Princess sails from Ft. Lauderdale to the Caribbean during the winter and will return to Europe next summer.

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