MemberNovember 14, 2023 at 1:08 pm
Depends on the time of year. If you’re more in that June/July/August period, it’s a good price. If it’s May or September, it’s an ordinary price.
I have a Princess Alaska balcony booked for May 2024. (7 day Seattle loop. Not my preference– my first choice was a southbound out of Whittier.
But I wanted to visit someone in Seattle, and it was too clunky to get there from Vancouver.) The actual balcony cabin itself ran $3,236.00 for two people.
The taxes/fees/port expenses were another $653.76. I did internet-for-one for $105.00. No drink package, no plus or premier package. Pre-paid gratuities ran $224 for two people.
If I had booked more in peak-season, it probably would have run an extra $1000/each just for the room.