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Cabins: The ship's 354 cabins are divided into 16 categories. Basic cabins on the lower deck are smaller and less expensive, but most have limited storage space. Brighter premium and deluxe cabins benefit from large windows. All have refrigerators, mirrored dressing tables, wardrobes, and tea/coffee makers. Suites have seating areas and are the most spacious and brightest accommodations, with multiple windows. Views from cabins on the Bridge Deck, including the large Owner's suite, are partially obscured by lifeboats.

Bathrooms: Bathrooms have showers only and are compact in lower-category cabins. More expensive cabins have marble detailing with both a shower and tub. All bathrooms come with mirrored vanities and hair dryers. For the most part, expect standard no-frills design even in suites.

Accessibility: There are no special facilities or cabins to accommodate guests with disabilities. Wheelchairs may find it difficult to navigate in parts of the ship.


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