Subscribe today
Get Cruise Critic in your inbox


Zaandam Cabin Reviews - Large Oceanview Stateroom

Home > Holland America Ship Reviews > Zaandam Reviews > Zaandam Cabin Reviews
Large Oceanview Stateroom Cabins 5 Reviews
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.
    
Large Oceanview Stateroom (DA)
Decks: Main
Large Oceanview Stateroom (DA)


Cabin
Comments
Cabin Rating
2556
Still a good cruise by Cruising Montrealer
Had cabin 2556; main deck. Has window, is large (190+ sq ft), 5 closets. Saw 3374, 3220 and 3222: these are on lower promenade and are much smaller; they have a window. These being on lower promenade it can be noisy, especially when there is maintenance on that deck (which was the case) or when they move around furniture Also saw 3208, inside room on lower promenade: this is huge, quiet (no neighbors) and has lots of storage space. Full bath. Great staff. Well located: not too far from elevators, not too low in the ship. Quiet location. No refrigerator: should be added at the refurbishing. Wi fi signal was clear: didn't encounter any problems.  Read entire member review.
2575
Across from crew space but still very quiet. Close to forward and midship elevators. Lots of closet space. Lovely unobstructed oceanview.  Read entire member review.
2577
Stateroom 2577, Main Deck, midship, ocean view, starboard I chose this stateroom because we are a motion prone family and I wanted to be on a lower level and midship. The cabin more than met our needs. It felt very spacious for 3 people. When we boarded, the beds were pushed together so we requested the stewards to split them. Surprisingly, the room seems a lot bigger with the beds split on either side of the picture window. The beddings and pillows were in good shape. We slept well each night! There was more than adequate storage space for 3 people: 4 closet sections with adjustable shelves and hanging rods; 4 drawers at the desk; 2 night stands with 2 drawers each. We unpacked completely and stored the luggage under the beds. The bathroom is the biggest we have had on a cruise ship. The water pressure and water temperature were great, except for one night when the water was lukewarm. No problems with room temperature control as we stayed very comfortable. We had the radio tuned on the public announcements (channel 5) so we wouldn't miss them. There was some rust on one half of the window which blurred it, but other than that the room was in great condition. The location of the room was perfect. Most port days, the water level was such that either disembarking or boarding would be on our level just a few doors down. We used the stairs a lot. Just a few flights up to the front desk or the Explorations Cafe. The self serve launderette was just around the corner and the public bathroom was a few doors down in case someone was hogging the cabin loo! The Promenade Deck was right above us and we did hear people walk in the morning but it didn't bother us as we woke up early most days anyways. It was also very convenient to pop up one level to the deck on scenic cruising days.  Read entire member review.
None
Eat A Lot But Walk A Lot by LeftCoastDave
Quiet for the most part. Heard a bit of noise each morning coming from deck 3 Promenade, no problem though. My wife says the shampoo, lotion, etc. were top brand.Beds were comfortable. Will probably select Main Deck/ocean view for next cruise.  Read entire member review.
These cabins were rated but not individually reviewed; read the full cruise review for opinions on cabins and more.
Cabin
Comments
Cabin Rating
2548
Zaandam Decks
Zaandam Dolphin Deck
Zaandam Main Deck
Zaandam Lower Promenade Deck
Zaandam Promenade Deck
Zaandam Upper Promenade Deck
Zaandam Verandah Deck
Zaandam Navigation Deck
Zaandam Lido Deck
Zaandam Sports Deck
Zaandam Sky Deck
About UsAdvertisingEditorial DisclaimerPress
PrivacySite MapStoreSubscribe
X

Thank You For Signing Up!

Please Note: To ensure delivery of your free e-letters, please add news@cruisecritic.com to your address book.

We're committed to protecting your privacy and will not rent or sell your e-mail address. By proceeding, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.