SeaDream II Review
About This Ship
- SeaDream I
- SeaDream II
Cabins: Although none has a balcony, every stateroom has an ocean view, a seating area, and plenty of drawer space for storage. Bathrooms are marble-clad and have large, glass-enclosed showers with twin showerheads that make up for the tiny bathrooms. The single Owner’s suite has a living room, a dining area, a separate bedroom, a bathroom with a sea view (as well as a separate tub and shower), and a guest bathroom. Each ship has an Admiral's suite, which features an open-plan living-dining area, a separate master bedroom, three panoramic windows, a marble bathroom with separate tub and shower, and a guest half-bath. Commodore Club staterooms are basically double staterooms with one side configured as a sitting-dining area room and feature two identical bathrooms with showers.
Amenities: All cabins have a large flat-screen TV, CD, and DVD system; broadband Internet connection; personalized stationery; and a wet bar stocked with complimentary beer, soft drinks, and bottled water. A lighted magnifying mirror and hair dryer are at a vanity table. Beds are dressed with Belgian linens and your choice of synthetic or down pillows. Bathrooms are stocked with deluxe Bulgari shampoo, shower gel, soap, and lotion. Turkish cotton bathrobes and slippers are provided for use during the cruise.
Accessibility: One stateroom is designed for wheelchair accessibility.
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