All cabins are suites and offer views, mostly through picture windows. In 2000, French balconies were added to 36 suites and these allow you to open glass doors, let in the fresh air, and step out about a foot-and-a-half.
Standard suites are a generous 277 square feet and offer small walk-in closets, large marble bathrooms with double sinks and a tub/shower, hair dryers, lighted vanities, terry robes and slippers, personalized stationery, a bottle of champagne upon arrival, a complimentary bar setup, a small sofa, a coffee table, which can be raised for in-suite dining and beds, which can be convert from twin to queen and are covered with duvets.
There are also six larger classic suites and owners' suites with small private verandahs (the owners' suites also have dining rooms and powder rooms). And there are four suites that can be combined to make two doubles.
The decor is simple, but the extras make the experience special. Chocolates are left at turn down along with roses, rose petals and other surprises. Toiletries are by Molton Brown, or passengers can choose from a selection of additional designer soaps. You can also choose from a menu of bath salts, and have your room steward draw your bath. In-cabin televisions are of the flat-screen variety and show movies and CNN, among other offerings. All suites also come with DVD players and a Bose Wave sound system.