Lido deck L228 – Sapphire. Good or not. First time
We are going to Alaska in May on Sapphire Princes. We have a balcony cabin on Lido L228. I was all excided to be on the top deck. Somebody told me that if I have problem with motion thickness this will be a worst place to be on a ship . Is it truth? An if so can I change my cabin after booking was confirmed. Any advise would help. Thank you
Has ANYONE been in a quad balcony cabin on Sapphire or Diamond? I am hoping when you walk into the room, the beds are still either to the left or right of the room with the bunks coming out of the ceiling. I don't want to walk into the room and see four bunks against each opposing wall, having to walk between the beds to reach the balcony. I saw this on an older Princess ship after I had already booked this one and am hoping the newer ships have a different layout. I am seriously debating moving to a suite on the other side of the ship (wich I purposely did not do originally because we want to be on the Port side) because I am afraid of what I will find when I get there. Please help settle my worries!! We are traveling with our two kids. 13 and 11.