Opt for the serenity of a new Spa Suite or Stateroom, featuring modern spa amenities such as yoga mats, an iPod docking station, and a countertop water feature in-room. Also available are exclusive spa treatments from the nearby Greenhouse Spa and Salon. 2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, shower.
Cabin #112 on Veranda deck on the Maasdam, is a cramped and close space by any cabin standard. I'm only 5'3' and of average size, but found this a very awkward space in which to spend 35 days. Cabin #112 is certainly not adequate for a large or mobility impaired solo traveler. This cabin does not have any seating other than a single desk chair. The space indicated for the chair is also the only space that can be used to access the bathroom or the clothes cupboard. The closet was one half the size of the space in a regular interior cabin and the desk drawers were less than one third the size. The sharp corners of the bed frame and the lack of space on either side of the bed resulted in bruises and gashes on my shins.
The room should be modified into a twin bed space, which would allow a single traveler to be comfortable during a sea journey, and provide space for a loveseat. In addition, the desk does not have a desktop plug, requiring the traveler to crawl under the desk to plug or unplug any device. The floor length mirror cannot be used unless you can climb behind the desk. THe most awkward cabin I have ever seen. Read entire member review.
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