2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub & shower. All DD-category staterooms have a partial sea view. All HH-category staterooms have fully obstructed views. G and H cabins may have portholes instead of windows.
Main deck stateroom 2698 at the port/aft end with no cabins below or above us meant that it vibrated noticeably and and we also suffered the noise of the propellers when
Well maintained by stewards. Read entire member review.
Quite small. Window opened out to deck so not much of a view. Sofa in cabin not of any use. TV could only be viewed comfortably from bed. However cabin was kept very clean and was tidied up each evening when our bed was turned down. Read entire member review.
Our cabin was perfectly located. I chose better than I knew. Close to the elevator, but not too close. Laundry down the hall on our side. But the best part? At Skagway and Ketchikan all we had to do to exit the ship was go to the stairs and turn right or left. And at Juneau it was just 2 flights of stairs down. It was also very convenient for getting places on the ship.
There was plenty of closet space and we enjoyed having the picture window over our bed. We could see what the weather was without getting up LOL The bed was comfortable. The couch was a bit tired.The bathroom had a tub and was bigger than any I remember on previous cruises. We are low maintenance so didn't have many requests, but our head steward, Eko was delightful and someone knew how to make hilarious towel animals:) Read entire member review.
Our cabin was on Main deck, near the centre staircase, elevators and laundry room. Surprisingly, it was a quiet cabin. Holland America's rooms are a good size with lots of closet space and drawers. The bathroom is small but quite functional with a bathtub (includes the shower) and a medicine cabinet. The only negative thing was the safe -- it was our first experience with a safe that needed a card swipe to open and close. We are used to inputting a code. Read entire member review.