Spirit of Adventure Cabins
There are 210 cabins, of which 40 are inside. There are 55 single rooms. There are no balcony or wheelchair-accessible cabins. Passengers with walking difficulties should avoid suites on bridge Deck 7, as there is no lift access.
All cabins have mini-bars, hairdryers, binoculars, pocket atlases and 24-hour room service. Bottled water is provided for free in the suites (and is also available for free before excursions).
All cabins come with the biggest selection of toiletries I've ever seen on a ship -- the usual shower gel, shampoo, conditioner and body lotion, but also body and foot scrubs -- and big pots of the stuff, too.
On the downside, there are no safes in the cabins -- only very small desks, some with very erratic lighting systems. For instance, the only switch for the main light in my suite was at the door, and since the bedside light was too dim to read by, I had to have the main light on and get up to switch it off, which was annoying.
Rooms are quite compact -- from 13.2 square metres for a standard cabin to 21 square metres in the owners' suites. In between, there are superior cabins (15 square metres), deluxe cabins (16.3 square metres) and junior suites (21 square metres).
Spirit of Adventure Cabin Reviews
February 2011 Tony Fitzgerald
The cabin was quiet and comfortable - although we did have to have the cooling system adjusted. The bathroom had a huge range of toiletries supplied which lasted for the whole two weeks without the need for replenishment.
There was plenty of hanging space but the cabin...continue
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Cabin was clean and well kept,the shower toilet was small and the toilet did not always work properly.The air conditioning was noisy and had no controls in the cabin.The beds were very comfortable....continue