Click on left for ship menu
Princess Grand Class Mini-Suite Cabin Walk Thru
This is a quick walk thru of Mini-Suite staterooms for the Princess cruise ship Grand class. Class names such as Grand class defines similar ships within the Princess fleet. Scroll down to view photos and descriptions for the Mini-Suite category.
This is a closer look at the couch in the living area. Notice the coffee table and the small table on the side of the couch.
This is a view from the couch area looking back into the stateroom. Notice the second TV in this area.
The bed can be separated into two twin size beds.
This is a view of the entire cabin from the door way.
And here is another shot of the entire cabin from the balcony.
This is the bathroom of a mini-suite. Notice the tub on the right side.
Here is closer look at the tub area.
Outside of the bathroom is a closet area (that acts as a divider between the bathroom and the room). There is plenty of hanger space. There are also shelves with a safe for valuables.
Entering the cabin you will find a small table built into the wall.
This is the balcony of a mini-suite. There is no covering to protect from the elements and you are open to view by the cabins above.
This is another view of the balcony of the mini-suite. You will have a table and two chairs.
The chairs do have footstools to allow you to stretch out.
There may be a couple of mini-suites on the ship that offer a different balcony layout. This is cabin E729 on the Star Princess. This balcony is long and covered.
Another view of the balcony of cabin E729 on the Star Princess.
Here is the balcony of cabin E731 on the Sapphire Princess.
Here is the balcony of cabin E729 on the Golden Princess.
Here is the balcony of cabin E730 on the Caribbean Princess.
Some people choose a mini-suite because it offers a tub instead of just a shower.
It is also nice to have the extra living space.
There is a mini-fridge in each stateroom.