Cabins: Standard in all accommodations are adequate storage space, a vanity-desk and chair, sitting area with small sofa, TV, safe, hair dryer, refrigerator, tea/coffeemaker, and telephone. Mineral water and a packet of toiletries are also provided to guests on arrival. In Deluxe Balcony (and higher) categories, slippers and the use of bathrobe, atlas, and binoculars during the cruise are offered. Some standard inside cabins have a shower only; all other accommodations have a bathtub.
Suites: Minisuites and suites have a spacious sitting area, balcony, a trouser press, ironing board, DVD, and whirlpool tub. In addition, there are flowers, a fruit basket, chocolates, and champagne on arrival and canapés delivered daily. Suites also have a walk-in dressing area and guest powder room as well as butler service.
Worth Noting: Eight cabins are wheelchair accessible.
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