Amsterdam Review

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Accommodations

Cabins: Staterooms are spacious and comfortable, although fewer have private balconies than newer fleetmates. Lanai cabins were added during Rotterdam’s latest upgrade. Every cabin has adequate closet and drawer/shelf storage, as well as bathroom shelves. Some suites also have a whirlpool tub, powder room, and walk-in closet. Connecting cabins are available in a range of categories, as well as a number of triple and a few quad cabins.

Suites: Extras include duvets on beds, a fully stocked minibar, and personalized stationery. Penthouse and Deluxe Verandah suites have exclusive use of the Neptune Lounge, concierge service, canapés before dinner, binoculars and umbrellas for use during the cruise, an invitation to a VIP party with the captain, and complimentary laundry, pressing, and dry-cleaning services.

Amenities: All staterooms and suites are appointed with pillow-top mattresses, 250-thread-count cotton bed linens, magnifying halo-lighted mirrors, hair dryers, a fruit basket, flat-panel TVs, and DVD players. Bathrooms have Egyptian cotton towels, nice toiletries, plus deluxe bathrobes to use during the cruise.

Accessibility: Twenty-one staterooms are designed for wheelchair accessibility on Amsterdam, 22 on Rotterdam.

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