PHOTO TOUR AND
Cruise ship photo tour - Caribbean Princess - Princess Cruises - page 7
Mini-Suites have: twin beds
that make up into a queen-size
bed; separate sitting area with
sofa bed and desk; balcony; two
televisions; refrigerator; and
walk-in closet. The bathrooms
have both a tub and a shower.
They are approximately 324
square feet, including balcony.
Added in the 2009 revitalization were seven
Window Suites. Among their features are
a sitting area, and a bath with separate
shower and tub. Due to their location low
in the ship, they have large windows instead
The largest category is Balcony Staterooms.
Approximately 233 to 285 square feet, including
balcony, they have: twin beds that make up into a
queen-size bed; a balcony; a refrigerator; TV;
closet; desk and bathroom with shower.
Outside Staterooms have either a large
picture window or two portholes instead of
a balcony. They feature: twin beds that
make up into a queen-size bed; refrigerator;
TV; closet; and a bathroom with shower.
These staterooms range from approximately
158 to 182 square feet.
Inside Staterooms are
approximately 163 sq feet. They have
the same features as an outside
stateroom except there are no
windows or portholes.
Caribbean Princess has a wide range or
accommodations falling into five main categories.
Within most of the categories there are differences in
the accommodations mostly relating to size and
The most luxurious categories are the Suites. At the
top of these is the Grand Suite, a 1,279 square foot
(including balcony) complez with separate bedroom,
living area and dining room.
The other suites range from 461 to 689 sq. ft.
including the balcony. They have a separate sitting
area (above right), two televisions, refridgerator, wet
bar, walk in closet and a sofa bed in the sitting area.