The ship's 71 deluxe cabins are divided into A, B and C categories, with A cabins located on the upper deck, B cabins on the middle deck and C cabins on the main deck. All cabins are outside and measure a spacious 150 square; A and B cabins offer excellent views through picture windows spanning the width of the cabin while C cabins have half-height picture windows. Amenities include hotel-style beds (queen or twin) along with satellite television and telephone, shower/bathroom with hair dryer and individually controlled air conditioning and in-room safe.
The Viking Danube has four sets of adjoining cabins that can be offered individually or combined to make a suite. The cabins are adjoined by a dividing wall that can be pushed back to create a bedroom area and a sitting room, thus a suite. They are cabins: 304-306; 305-307; 308-310; and 309-311.
Oh my, it was nice. The picture window through which you could watch the world breathe into life while you allowed yourself to lie in bed slowly coming up to firing on all four cylinders, was decadent luxury. The beds were comfortable, there was no engine noise or vibration...continue