About This Ship
Cabins: Private balconies outfitted with chairs and tables add additional living space to nearly 75% of all outside accommodations. All cabins have a vanity-desk and a seating area with sofa, chair, and table. Every cabin has generous closet and drawer/shelf storage and bathroom shelves. Owner's and Vista suites have a separate living-dining room, as well as a separate powder room. Several cabins accommodate third and fourth passengers, but few have connecting doors.
Suites: Owner's and Vista suites have an entertainment center with a DVD and CD player, a small refrigerator, and a second TV in the bedroom; the main bathroom has a combination shower-whirlpool tub. Penthouse suites also have refrigerators and bathtubs. Butlers are on hand to coordinate reservations and serve evening canapés and dinner ordered from any of the ship's restaurants.
Amenities: Dark-wood cabinetry, soothing blue decor, mirrored accents, safe, Tranquility Beds, 350-thread-count linens, goose-down pillows, and silk-cut duvets are typical stateroom features. Bathrooms have a hair dryer, shampoo, lotion, and bath gel, plus robes.
Accessibility: Three staterooms are designed for wheelchair accessibility.
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