Ocean Princess Review
About This Ship
Cabins: Designed for longer cruises, all staterooms have ample closet and storage space, although bathrooms in lower-priced categories are somewhat tight. Dark-wood cabinetry adds warmth to the pastel decor. In keeping with the rest of the fleet, 73% of all outside cabins and suites have a balcony, and interiors are similar in size to those you'll find on other Princess ships.
Suites: Full suites are particularly nice, with living/dining rooms, entertainment centers, separate bedrooms, whirlpool bathtubs, a guest powder room, and large balconies overlooking the bow or stern.
Amenities: Amenities in standard cabins are a bit spartan compared to other Princess ships, yet all have at least a small seating area. Bath toiletries, a hair dryer, safe, and robes for use during the cruise are all included, but you must move up to a minisuite (only available on Pacific and Ocean Princess) or suite to have a real bathtub.
Accessibility: Five staterooms are wheelchair accessible on Pacific Princess and four on Ocean Princess.
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