The usual assortment was available, providing a good array of sleeping options for all budgets.
We stayed in an Interior Cabin, a category that represents 28 percent of the accommodations available on Star Princess—it’s also the least expensive. Heading up the price scale are Oceanview Cabins (in three categories: obstructed view, porthole, or picture window), Balcony Cabins, Mini-Suites and full-size Suites.
As is common on most of Princess’ ships, the exterior has a slightly pyramidal design, with balconies that jut out slightly beyond the deck above. This meant that virtually all of the balconies on decks 9 and 10 were mostly or completely visible from the decks above. On the plus side, with less ceiling above, from these decks you can see the stars overhead.
|Cabin Name||Occupancy||Cabin Size||Bed Options||View|
|Interior Double||2-4 people||158.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin||None|
|Ocean View Double||2-4 people||146.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin||Ocean View|
|Mini Suite with Balcony||2-4 people||323.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin, Sofa Bed / Futon||Balcony|
|Ocean View-Obstructed/ Porthole||2-4 people||168.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin, Sofa Bed / Futon||Ocean View (Porthole/Limited)|
|Vista Suite with Balcony||2-4 people||484.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin, Sofa Bed / Futon||Rear-facing Balcony|
|Balcony||2-4 people||214.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin, Sofa Bed / Futon||Balcony|
|Penthouse Suite with Balcony||2-3 people||468.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin, Sofa Bed / Futon||Balcony|
|Grand Suite with Balance||2-6 people||1,314.00 square feet||Queen, Sofa Bed / Futon||Rear-facing Balcony|
|This section is organized into 4 pages|
Page 1Interior Cabin
While the arrangements were pretty tight for two, this cabin had ample storage space.Read More...
Page 2Other Cabins
There are a number of other cabins that we have not yet stayed in. Read their descriptions here.Read More...
Page 3Cabin Amenities
The standard amenities were provided, or were available on request.Read More...
Page 4In-Room Dining
A limited menu was available for room service, even if there wasn’t much space to enjoy it.Read More...
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