Sun Princess Review



Cabins: Princess Cruises' trademark is an abundance of staterooms with private balconies, and even the least expensive inside categories have ample storage and a small seating area with a chair and table. Suites have two TVs, a separate seating area, a dining-height table with chairs, a walk-in closet, double-sink vanities, and a separate shower and whirlpool tub. Minisuites have a separate seating area, two TVs, a walk-in closet, and a separate shower and whirlpool tub. Cabins that sleep third and fourth passengers aren't as numerous as on other Princess ships, and no staterooms have interconnecting interior doors, although adjacent cabins with balconies can be connected by unlocking balcony divider doors.

Amenities: Decorated in pastel tones, staterooms typically have mirrored accents, a safe, a refrigerator, a hair dryer, and bathrobes for use during the cruise. Bathrooms have shampoo, lotion, and bath gel.

Accessibility: Nineteen staterooms are designed for wheelchair accessibility and range in size from 213 to 305 square feet, depending on category.

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