Orient Queen Review
About This Ship
Cabins: Small but attractively stylish standard cabins are adequate for short cruises. The 355 staterooms are comprised of 190 outside cabins and 165 indoor. All cabins are equipped with satellite TV, music systems, direct-dial phones, safe, and fridge. Suites have a king-size bed and a lounge area with sofa. Up to four people can fit into a standard or premium inside or outside cabin. Some suites have whirlpool bathtubs.
Bathrooms: In larger staterooms, appointments are more upscale, with marble-like tiling for counters and shower. In standard cabins, expect tighter quarters. All bathrooms have a shower, sink, mirrored vanity, toilet, and hairdryer. Storage space is limited.
Accessibility: While wheelchair access is allowed and possible, facilities for passengers with disabilities are nonexistent. There's only one wheelchair-accessible room on the Cedars Deck.
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