Diamond Princess Review
About This Ship
Cabins: More than 70% of accommodations offer an ocean view and, of those, 78% include private balconies. Even the least expensive inside categories have ample storage and a small seating area with chair and table. Cabins that sleep third and fourth passengers are numerous. The best for families are family suites on Dolphin Deck, which sleep up to six in two self-contained staterooms that connect through a living room. Typical stateroom features are a safe, refrigerator, hair dryer, and bathrobes for use during the cruise. Bathroom toiletries include shampoo, lotion, and bath gel.
Suites: Suites have two TVs, a seating area, dining area, wet bar, large walk-in closet, and separate whirlpool bathtub and shower. Minisuites have a separate seating area, two TVs, walk-in closet, and a combination bathtub–shower.
Accessibility: Twenty-seven staterooms are designed for wheelchair accessibility.
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