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What are the best suites on the Pacific Princess?

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Considering spoiling my wife with a surprise suite, and I know absolutely nothing about the ship except that it's one of a kind.

I'd like our balcony to be partially or fully covered if at all possible.....I hate being so exposed to everyone above you. It's not a pretty sight, believe me.

Thanks in advance!

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If the cruise is in an area which may have rough seas then I would avoid the Owners suite - yes it is huge but in rough weather all of those closet doors open and close by themselves all night long

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Just now, memoak said:

If the cruise is in an area which may have rough seas then I would avoid the Owners suite - yes it is huge but in rough weather all of those closet doors open and close by themselves all night long

LA to Vancouver in May.......

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I believe that all balconies are built into the hull and there for covered. 

We sail on Pacific Princess this Sunday, she is indeed a special ship.

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39 minutes ago, CineGraphic said:

LA to Vancouver in May.......

Not too bad seas that time of year we were doing a TransAtlantic from Rome to FLL - had several really bad sea days

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The best and most expensive suites on the Pacific Princess (based on my experience on other R ships) are the owner’s suites.

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19 hours ago, mjceditor said:

I believe that all balconies are built into the hull and there for covered. 

We sail on Pacific Princess this Sunday, she is indeed a special ship.

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That is correct...I'm currently on the Oceania Insignia (same R ship as Pacific Princess) and all balconies are covered. The side balconies have 3 metal bars under the rail so you can see off the balcony while sitting, but the ones facing the bow and stern are solid metal which makes it difficult or impossible to see the ocean while sitting. Just an FYI.

 

I really love this size ship, though...can walk anywhere in a minute or two. 

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Thanks everyone, I reserved an owner's suite. My wife thinks I booked an inside.

Now let's hope I can keep this a secret for 2 years!

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17 hours ago, CineGraphic said:

Considering spoiling my wife with a surprise suite, and I know absolutely nothing about the ship except that it's one of a kind.

I'd like our balcony to be partially or fully covered if at all possible.....I hate being so exposed to everyone above you. It's not a pretty sight, believe me.

Thanks in advance!

The best suite is whichever suite you're in 🙂

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