We just got back 2 days ago from a cruise on the Dawn Princes, sister ship and identical to the Sun Princess. We stayed in C747. Although they are listed as mini-suites they are by no means mini. They are huge cabins only a few feet narrower that the AA full suites. Beautifully appointed with the same decor as the full suites. The decks are huge too. Ours had two teak lounges with a teak table with four chairs. Lots of room inside and out. The deck is covered half way which is nice in the middle of the day to be able to sit in the shade. There are six full suites (AA) and six (AB) mini suites. The Caribe deck has the largest of these mini suites. The living room is truly a living room, with a love seat and two comfortable barrel style chairs around a round glass topped coffee table. It has a mini bar with a sink, a small refrigerator and a television with remote. The bedroom area, which can be seperated from the LR by a heavy curtain has a comfortable queen sized bed and a desk/dressing table with a second TV. The closet is huge and big enough for a long cruise. Lots of drawers and mirrors which makes it all seem even larger. The bathrooms are posh!!!! Split into two separate sections. One a powder room with toilet and washbasin that opens off the entrance hallway, it has a doorway into the rest of the bath. which has a washbasin and jacuzzi tub with shower over. Floors and walls are marble tile with a lovely stained glass inset over the tub. The electrical plan is rather strange. It took us two days to figure out what switches operated what. Ask your steward when you get to your room the first day and save yourself some confusion. There are only three ac plugs in the cabin. One by the desk, one by the mini bar and one by the table in the entrance hall. Being in stern is a mixed blessing. The views are great for both sides of the ship, but being in the rear makes it a very long trek for any thing forward. Wear your comfy shoes. We loved this suite and would book it again in a heartbeat. Try it! You'll like it.