About This Ship
Cabins: Cabins and suites are tastefully decorated and cozy, although somewhat small by modern standards. All accommodations have adequate storage in closets and drawers. Each has a vanity desk, TV, safe, hair dryer, and refrigerator. Mineral water and a pack of toiletries are provided on arrival. More than 40% of cabins and suites have balconies.
Suites: Minisuites and suites have a seating area, balcony, walk-in closet, trouser press, DVD, whirlpool tub, and separate shower. Full-suite bathrooms have two sinks. Guests in these cabins receive mineral water, fruit basket, flowers, champagne, chocolates upon arrival, and canapés delivered daily. A bathrobe, slippers, atlas, and binoculars for use during the cruise are provided, as are an iron and ironing board. In addition, full suites have the added services of a butler and proper dining areas.
Accessibility: Nineteen cabins are wheelchair accessible.
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