pilgrim - Answered a Question by Southern. (18 Mar 08 20:31)

We sailed on the Sea Princess in 2006 and had an inner cabin on Baja deck go to http://www.princess.com/learn/ships/co/staterooms/index.jsp I am sure you will find this usefu.

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gillborn - Answered a Question by Southern. (12 Mar 08 13:04)

Did a caribean cruise on Sea Princess in Feb. We were worried about the size of stateroom but they were more than adequite for two ladies. Plenty of wardrobe space. This was an inside cabin & its true what they say. You do only use it to change & sleep. Enjoy your cruise. We certainly did.

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MULDOON - Answered a Question by Southern. (12 Mar 08 13:35)

The staterooms are well presented if not a little on the small side,but heh all you do is sleep and get changed etc.We sailed on Sea Princess last year around the med,you will have a great tim.

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Kirkham - Answered a Question by Southern. (13 Mar 08 20:09)

The use of light and mirrors, make the inside cabins seem larger. Plenty of storage space.

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Gillen - Answered a Question by Southern. (03 May 08 08:57)

Just returned from Caribbean and transatlantic. Inside cabin on Riviera deck, R330, was horrendous, as were some of the others on that deck. Passengers were getting together to make a block complaint. Trouble was that the cabins were immediately below the galley for the self-service restaurant., Noise started around 4 am with metal trolleys being wheeled around, the noise from airvents of some sort - it was like trying to sleep under a pneumatic drill!! My husband is very deaf and could sleep in a war zone but he was absolutely demented. He complained every day; had staff in the cabin at 4 am to listen and generally left no stone unturned. The purser's staff were arrogant and unhelpful. It was like listening to a recorded tape. Eventually, after one week on a 3 week cruise, we were given another cabin but others were not so lucky. They continued to lie and tell us that there were no empty cabins although we knew for a fact that there were. Once we were settled in our new cabin (on Caribe deck) everything was fine and we enjoyed the rest of the cruise very much. Waiting staff and stewards excellent. The old ship however is beginning to look her age and is in need of a makeover! Cabins and public areas all looking a bit tired and usual problem with sunbeds! We watched a family of 6 who secured 6 sunbeds in the sun and another 6 in the shade and alternated between them and the staff did nothing. Sadly they were English.

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