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Cabin P326 Details

Stateroom P326 on Princess Caribbean Princess is a D Oceanview Stateroom category cabin located on the on the port side on Plaza Deck. Cabin P326 size is 179 sqf or 16.63 sqm accommodating up to 2 passengers. Stateroom P326 on Princess Caribbean Princess Amenities include Picture window , Two twin beds that can be converted to a queen bed, closet, bathroom with shower, sitting area with desk and drawers and TV. Stateroom P326 may also include . Cabins on other ships which may be similar to Princess Caribbean Princess cabin P326 include Princess Diamond Princess cabin P326 , Princess Golden Princess cabin P326 , Princess Grand Princess cabin P326 , Princess Sapphire Princess cabin P326 , Princess Star Princess cabin P326
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Princess Caribbean Princess Cabin P326 Cruise Reviews

Correction to main description - Jul 2012

This is an INSIDE stateroom, NOT Category: D (Oceanview Stateroom) as described on the main page. It therefore, obviously does not have a Picture Window.

- CruizrUser

2 GB Adults on a 12 night cruise - Jul 2012

We found the stateroom to be perfectly adequate and of the standard Princess offering for this class of ship. You enter the room, and have the walk-in "wardrobe" to your left, with the door to the bathroom (standard shower, basin and lavatory) opening out into it, so beware if one of you is getting changed whilst the other is coming out of the bathroom. On the wall between the bathroom and the 'wardrobe' is a cupboard with some 7 shelves, one mostly taken up with the PIN access safe. Entering the sleeping area, you pass the dressing table, with fitted hairdryer, and 2 US sockets, it houses 4 reasonable sized drawers. The TV above this unit is now a flat screen model which means more space for storage. Finally, the 'fridge is housed in the cupboard below the TV, We had the room made up in the Queen configuration, which did mean that the table got in the way, so we moved that into the walk-in wardrobe below the short hanging clothes - problem solved. Once there, it also provided an excellent location for storing bags, backpacks, paperwork etc. The 2 bedside units each had 3 drawers, and a shelfspace above them. On top of these units sat the bed side lamps, whcih could be positioned such that the shades didn't invade your bed space. The full width mirrors above the bed & dressing unit meant that the room looked spacious. Our Cabin steward (Sandy) was very efficient, friendly and happy, and always checking that everything was OK - which it always was. He kept the room spotless, and there were no signs of wear & tear. Location, being midships between the attrium anf forward lifts meant that we were well positioned for he whole ship, and as a plus, upon leaving our corridor each morning we would get a brand new view, as the pictures were being re-arranged on a daily basis (possibly as we had several artists on board). The only downside to the location was that is was way to close to the International Café with it's 24 hour snacks & hot drinks service ;o) Noise - Despite backing onto the Art area, we heard no noise from that area, or the adjoining staterooms. We did however get some initial thudding noises when we arrived, but later decided that must have been of luggage being 'moved' around as once it finished it never came back. Also on a couple of mornings we did experience a dull drilling noise, that lasted for up to 20 minutes. It wasn't related to port arrival, so have no idea what it was, but it certanily didn't disturb or annoy us. Movement - We understand that there had been quite a bit of movement on a few of the nights due to high winds. The positioning of P326 meant that we didn't experience any movement, or noise from 'crashing' waves.

- CruizrUser

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