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Princess Crown Class Balcony Cabin Walk Thru
This is a quick walk thru of Balcony staterooms for the Princess cruise ship Crown class. Class names such as Crown class defines similar ships within the Princess fleet. Scroll down to view photos and descriptions for the Balcony category.
This is a view of the desk area of a balcony cabin. Notice the hairdryer on the wall.
This is a view in the other direction. You will see full glass sliding doors to the balcony. There is also a chair in addition to the desk chair.
The bathroom has a sink with shelves.
This is a view of the toilet and the shower. The shower has a curtain.
Outside of the bathroom is the closet area. This is a nice long closet with plenty of hanging space. Notice the door in the distance. Behind that door are shelves and the room safe.
The balcony has two chairs and a metal table.
Here is a view of the closet area with the shelving unit open.
Some balconies will be larger than other balconies. Shop carefully. This is cabin B751 in the aft of the ship.
The Caribe deck has much larger balconies than other decks.
There is a partition door that can be opened to connect the balcony with the one next door.
The caribe deck balcony is partially open to view from the balconies above.
Caribe deck balconies also look down on the balconies of mini-suites on the Dolphin deck.
Here is a picture of the room safe opened up.
Here are some of the outlets you can find in the cabin.
Balconies have a mini-fridge.
The mini-fridge is located below the TV area.
There are also a few balconies on other decks that are not the normal layout. This is cabin R747.
This view shows the balcony divider opened up to the next balcony.
Aft facing corner balconies are a favorite choice.
You will also find space under the bed to store luggage.