Statendam offers a range of cabin categories: inside staterooms (186 square feet), outside staterooms (196 square feet), mini-suites (230 square feet), suites (385 square feet) and one luxe penthouse suite (946 square feet). Post dry dock, all 629 staterooms on Statendam feature earth-hued soft goods -- drapes, accent pillows and carpeting -- and lovely new redone bathroom vanities. Beds can be configured as two twins or a queen-sized bed. Most cabins also offer couches that sleep one or two extra people, flat-screen television sets, bathrobes and refrigerators.
Mini-suites, suites and the penthouse suite feature verandahs and whirlpool tubs. The penthouse and larger suites feature traditional design and contemporary touches.
Sixteen new Verandah Deck spa cabins also debuted with the dry dock redo. The new spa cabins offer enhanced amenities, such as organic cotton bathrobes and slippers, a yoga mat, a soothing counter-top water feature designed to bring the outdoors in, special room service menus, in-room spa treatments, and more.
Our cabin was great, and even had a bathtub in the bathroom, And the bathroom was a bit bigger than previous cruises. We had an ocean view cabin. We didn't see the point in having a balcony as the weather was going to be cold, but we actually had quite pleasant weather...continue
Good cabin with the standard cruise ship design. Features much larger shower/tub than average but with a high step-in. Closet space is good. Water temp in the shower is very inconsistent. Air flow through the vent is not great, if you're hot-natured definitely bring a fan....continue
Cabin 139 was great. Lots of storage, hangers and space. Safe was good. TV gave CNN , Fox news and about 5 movie channels. Shower great, tub jacuzzi broken. They would not put a chaise lounge on our balcony on deck 9 for " safety" reasons. But they were on balcony on 10...continue