Though the bottom-end cabins, at about 150 square feet, are hardly palatial, they are comfortable and practical, and even the smallest cabins feature a small sitting area. Storage space is generous. Cabins feature televisions, phones, hairdryers, safes and toiletries. Robes are only available to those who have booked suites. Nearly 40 percent of the outside cabins have balconies. Cabin service was exceptional, unobtrusive and thorough.
In all, there are 17 grades of accommodation, ranging from three and four-berth family cabins to twin insides, seaview (picture windowed) outsides, balconied staterooms and suites. Top of the range is the Royal Suite, a grand affair with whirlpool bathtub and a baby grand piano (Liberace would have been impressed). In the grand suites (the name is more formal than the cabin, which is just a rung above a junior suite), the interior was roomy, designed in a welcoming red-and-gold color scheme, smart beechwood trim and attractive artwork on the cream walls. And with a triple wardrobe, plenty of drawers and shelves and two cupboards in the bathroom, there was plenty of storage space.
We had an interior cabin, 7503. It was a great location as we only had a short walk upstairs or down for public activities. There was plenty of room and good closet space. The lighting and mirror over the desk gave me a makeup spot. We enjoy the interior cabin since it...continue