Video Stateroom Review: Best-Value Staterooms On Princess Cruises, Mini-Suites

One of the best-value stateroom categories on Emerald Princess (and its sisters) is the mini-suite. A roomy 324 square feet (including the balcony) on Emerald Princess, the mini-suite features a separate sitting area with sofa bed, a queen-sized bed with luxury linens and mattress, two flat-panel televisions, and a bathroom with tub and shower. In the accompanying video, I take you into my mini-suite before I clutter it up, which my stateroom steward James takes pride in uncluttering each morning and afternoon.

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Lisa Stevens says:

My family took a week cruise on the Caribbean Princess from Puerto Rico over the Thanksgiving Holiday. The food was inedible; small portions; and several times many of us ate off of the children’s menu. There were not enough tables and chairs at lunch including the buffet areas and pool areas to find a place to eat your meal so we were forced to eat in our room. The furniture was tired, and the staff’s attitude was complacent. We have been on 23 Princess cruises and this was an awful experience! We have a Princess cruise scheduled on the Ocean Princess for Christmas in the Orient and we are hoping it will be better.

Kathy Anderson says:

We are booked for Oct 2011 on Emerald Princess in a balcony stateroom. Princess offered us an upgrade to a mini-suite; however could not tell us which one. I declined as I would rather have my chosen room than an unknown.

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