What are the best Regal Princess Cabins?
We have now cruised on the Regal Princess twice with friends and family and have now had experience of a variety of cabins. In this post we have included all of our video reviews so that if you are considering cruising on the Regal Princess you can pick the best type of cabin for you.
Regal Princess Cabins - Standard Balcony Cabin B312
We stayed in this cabin on our first cruise on the Regal princess, a 4 night section in August 2021. We booked a guaranteed balcony cabin and were allocated cabin B312 on Baja Deck 11. We had heard Princess cruise cabins were smaller than other equivalent cruise lines so we where excited to find out what we thought.
Here is our tour and opinion of this standard balcony cabin.
Regal Princess Cabins - Deluxe Balcony C507 Cabin
A deluxe balcony cabin is the next category up from a standard balcony cabin. We were allocated deluxe balcony C507 on our 4 day Halloween cruise. Find out here if the extra cost for a deluxe category is worth it!
Regal Princess Cabins - Accessible Balcony Cabin C434
We cruise with Paul’s Dad John who now needs an accessible cabin. On this cruise John stayed with Paul’s brother Dean in accessible balcony cabin C434. If you have additional needs then this cabin may be right for you. Here we show you what you get when booking an accessible cabin with Princess Cruises.
Regal Princess Cabins - Inside Cabin A529
My sister and nieces are first time cruisers and booked an inside cabin for their cruise on the Regal Princess. Some cabins can accommodate up to 4 people with pullman beds and can be a good option for families and groups of friends travelling together. In this video we show you around a standard inside cabin on the Regal Princess.
We hope this post has been helpful if you are planning a cruise on the Regal Princess. We have lots more information about Princess Cruises Cruise Ships that can be found here.
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