Cabins on Amadeus Princess are located on one of three passenger decks: Haydn (the lowest deck), Strauss (the second deck) or Mozart (the third deck). Princess' 78 standard cabins are 171 square feet each. Twelve cabins on the Haydn Deck feature small windows that can't be opened. The remaining 66 standard cabins, found on the Strauss and Mozart decks, have floor-to-ceiling windows with French balconies. Cabins, like the rest of the ship, are decorated in navy blue and maroon, with white wood and dark wood accents. They are neat and well maintained, though the overall feel is a bit dated.
Bathrooms are adequately sized, and showers feature curtains rather than doors, but the showers are large enough that the curtain doesn't cling.
Each standard cabin has two closets, one of which has a drawer unit suitable for smaller garments. A second four-drawer unit is housed in a dresser in the main living area. A small seating area, featuring two chairs and a table, is located next to the French balcony. Each cabin features two twin beds that can be combined to form a queen-sized bed, though a small gap between the beds remains. Amenities include in-room safes, hair dryers, phones, robes, slippers and Rituals toiletries, including a bottle of shampoo/body wash combo, a bottle of lotion and bar soap. All cabin outlets require the standard European two-prong device or converter. While the concierge desk might have some converters available, it's best to bring your own, as the supply is short.
Small, flat-screen TVs hang from the wall and offer a small variety of stations in English and German.
Princess also features two suites (236 square feet apiece), both located on the Mozart Deck. Suites also feature French balconies and mini-bars. Beginning in 2014, suite passengers will be assigned a personal concierge. They'll also get coffee room service each morning.
The ship doesn't have cabins that can accommodate wheelchairs. All cabins are designed for no more than two passengers.
Princess doesn't offer self-service laundry facilities, but passengers can send out their laundry for washing or pressing for a fee.