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.
Cabin was nice, but needs to be updated to accommodate current electrical needs with today's medical and technological requirements. One nice feature was the shower (as stated above), but I was told they were eliminating the tubs.
We boarded the ship in no time we had cabin E810 on deck 4 which was a large Ocean View cabin. Exactly what I expected a good size room with a loveseat and table. Tub in the bathroom with plenty of shelf space in the bathroom for all your items. The bed was somewhat...continue
When we received the room assignment we were concerned because it is a bit forward. However, that was not a problem for us. Like most of the ship, the room is showing some wear, but it was comfortable and clean. Our attendants did a great job of maintaining the room. The...continue