Has anyone ever been in either D737 or D736 - mini suites aft on the Dolphin Deck?
I've gotten conflicting reports from Princess agents...one says they have the larger balcony that "wraps" toward the end of the ship, another says it doesn't have that balcony and in fact the entire suite is smaller than average.
Just finished booking one of these for December. Balconey does not "wrap" to the aft. From the one photo I found you can tel that it is about 150-175% wider than normal.
More important, from my reaserch, they were to be wheel cair accessable rooms but didn't make the inspection. No tub but a larger than normal bathroom with a no step up shower area. The cabin is at the end of the hallway at the aft. The actual door is around the corner so you enter the cabin in the "middle" compared to every other outside/balcony on the ship. The room itself is reported to be slightly narrower than normal. The "twin" beds are ment to remain seperate, but can be made into a queen. Problem would be the limited space to pass between bed and wall. Sitting area is said to have love seat rather than sofa.
Celebrity Constellation (Penthouse booked for 2014)
Princess Grand Princess (2012) Vista Suite
Princess Crown Princess (2011) mini-suite
Princess Emerald Princess (2010) min-suite
Carnival Conquest (2008)
Princess Grand Princess (2003)
Carnival Victory (2002)
Celebrity Century (1997) Century Suite
Carnival Fantasy (1997)
Carnival Ecstasy (1994) Grand Suite
NCL Sunward (1992) Marquee Suite
RCI Nordic Empress (1990)
RCI Song of America (1988)