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Cabins: With more than two-dozen stateroom and suite categories to choose from, cabins really fall into eight basic configurations. At the top are the luxurious Queens Grill suites, which have the most luxurious amenities; next are Princess Grill suites; next are the Britannia Club AA balcony staterooms, standard staterooms (many with a balcony), and inside cabins, all of whose passengers dine in the Britannia Restaurant. The majority of the cabins fall into the standard categories. More than 86% of the staterooms on the ship are outside and 76% have private balconies. All are designed with adequate closet and storage space, and even the least expensive outside categories have a small seating area. Private balconies are furnished with a table and chairs, and some have loungers.

Amenities: All passengers are greeted on embarkation with sparkling wine or champagne and will find a refrigerator, safe, hair dryer, fresh fruit basket, bath toiletries, slippers, and a bathrobe for use during the cruise. Butlers are on hand to attend to Queens Grill occupants, whose bars are stocked with spirits, wine, and soft drinks.

Accessibility: Twenty cabins are wheelchair accessible.

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