- Traditional British cruising
- Interesting itineraries, from exotic to mainstream ports
- Afternoon tea with white-gloved waiters
- Kids programs
- Variety of show entertainment
- All cabins have tea-and-coffee makers
- Fitness classes held on sea days
There are just over 900 cabins, ranging from insides and outsides to balcony rooms, mini-suites, suites and two two-storey penthouses. All come with tea and coffee-making equipment, air-conditioning, fridges and TV's. Many have baths and showers; all have twin beds that can be converted into doubles.
Cabins are serviced twice a day.
There are no single cabins, but a few standard rooms are sold to people travelling alone for a 70 percent supplement. Several cabins have either sofas that can be converted into a bed for a third person or two additional Pullman-style bunk beds for a third and fourth. A few rooms have interconnecting doors. There are 22 wheelchair-accessible cabins spread across the grades.
The standard inside and outside cabins are 150 square ft. Balcony cabins range from 211 to 246 square ft. Mini-suites and suites range from 382 to 520 square ft., while the two penthouses cover 575 square ft. downstairs and have a 362-sqaure-ft. sleeping area and bathroom upstairs.
As you go up the range, you can expect to find more little extras in the room. Mini-suites and suites get a bigger selection of bathroom amenities, including shampoo and conditioner, a DVD player, binoculars, trouser press, ironing board and indoor Jacuzzi bath; suites add a Hi-Fi system and butler (grade AA/AB suites only).
Penthouse passengers can choose either the Piano Suite, which has a baby grand, or the Library Suite, stocked with books. Each penthouse has a bar area, an upper and lower balcony and butler service.
Lovely cabin, plenty of storage and kept spotless.
Excellent cruise on a lovely ship.
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As stated above the cabin was fantastic but the cleaning of this was poor. There was no sign of any supervision