Adonia Review

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Cabins: Adonia offers a range of accommodation, from well-proportioned suites complete with double bed, separate lounge area, and spacious balcony, to balcony cabins, outside cabins with picture window, and inside cabins. All categories have daily steward service, adequate storage space in closets and drawers and feature a vanity desk, flat-screen TV, safe, hair dryer, refrigerator, safe, tea/coffeemaker, and telephone. Special perks include mineral water and “pamper pack” with luxury amenities on arrival. Suites have numerous extra perks, including butler service, fruit basket, and newspapers.

Decor: Expect a British touch for decor in cabins and suites with marine blue, gold, and dark wood trimmings. Although the colors throughout tend to be somewhat old-fashioned, they are soothing. The balconies in suites are generous enough in size to fit dining tables and chairs.

Suites: Additional to the standard features, suites have two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed and en suite bathroom with shower, full-size whirlpool bath, plus separate guest bath. Additional features include ironing board and trouser press, TV, DVD player, stereo, and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, plus a lounge area with sofa, table, and chairs.

Accessibility: Although Adonia does have wheelchair-accessible staterooms, there are times when passengers who require the use of a wheelchair may find it difficult to embark or disembark the ship; because of tides the gangway may be too steep for safe passage.


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