Our Deluxe Verandah cabin was ready when we boarded at noon. Well cared for by Mulkan and Arif.
It was our first time on the Nieuw Amsterdam and it appeared to be a more modern ship than our other sailings. She was in fine condition. Our stateroom had a flat screen TV mounted on the wall. It had some great features, including some very recent top movies and more movies were added almost daily. Too bad movies, shown in the ship’s theatre, were not repeated in our cabin the day after. News channels were available; but no network shows. Plenty of room in the bathroom for two with a large shower. The balcony was also a decent size but the two chairs were uncomfortable. Plenty of storage but not in the desk area. We were well-cared for by Mulkan and Arif. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin however a little close to the elevators as noise was present but the convenience of not having to walk very far when getting off the elevator was worth it. I would recommend getting a cabin on the Rotterdam deck. Great service on this deck. Read entire member review >>
Cabin is well appointed, bathroom is larger than average with a bathtub. Lots of storage including under the foot of the bed and lots of closets and hangers. Cabin service uses a main attendant and an assistant system but that may have resulted in coordination problems and they also seem to be always in a rush. In room TV has a good selection of movies and TV problems though not very recent releases. Read entire member review >>
Great room. Balcony a good size. Mattresses comfortable. Nice size tub and plenty of storage for 2 people. The sofa was able to be opened out to a bed. We didn't use it and it did not make the most comfortable sofa. The flat screen TV was nice and the room was very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Lots of room in this cabin. Three closets with LOTS of hangers. Closets can easily be adjusted to have shelves, or just fold the shelves up to have a longer hanging space. There was a safe in the closet, but we never used it.
Bathroom is a decent size. There is a bath-tub, which is great to have the extra space when having a shower. Lots of shelf space around the mirror, and under the sink.
We had twin beds, and each bed had it's own end table with a shelf and two drawers. This was very handy for keeping track of all the little stuff.
There was a small couch, coffee table, high back chair, and stool that could be opened for storage. Look under the end of the bed, and you'll find a drawer. The drawer will have extra blankets for sitting out on the balcony.
This room had a good size flat screen TV mounted on the wall. Still only got a few channels, but we hooked it up to watch some shows we had brought from home.
Balcony is a decent, with clear glass so you can see through it when sitting down. There are two plastic wickers chairs, and a small table.
Location was very good. Towards the back of the ship, and very close to the elevator. We often took the stairs up to walk off the food. Since its at the back of the ship, you can easily walk down to the main dining room. It was very quiet and we rarely saw anyone in the hallway.
Overall we were very happy with the room. Read entire member review >>
10034 great balcony, room adequate for two people. Bed was not a king but two twins together without a pad so it was uncomfortable in the middle. Hard to put suitcase away in the closet. Read entire member review >>
Adequate space, but wouldn't have wanted to spend more than a week in it. Enough closets, shelves, and hangers. Didn't use the verandah but the view was nice. When the crew washed the verandahs, they appeared to start at the lower decks as lots of water sloshed down onto ours (Deck 4) long after they had finished it. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin the first week was a huge disappointment. A VA with veranda. Less storage than the Maasdam's Veranda cabins and the beds were very hard. Not anything like the original HAL mattresses. The biggest disappointment was that in cabin 7094 there was a horrible burning smell that come to find out, is a KNOWN flaw in the ships design and the kitchen exhaust fumes leach out directly to this stateroom and at least one other stateroom. We were told that there is no fix that they can do because its under warranty still and they have to get the original ship builders to do it.I would not recommend anyone booking this room or anywhere near it till they get that fix. It made both my hubby and I sick. After the front office skirted the issue for 4 days we finally got through to the supervisor who then told us we could sleep in another lower graded cabin 1094. This cabin was better on not making me sick from fumes but was not cleaned well or matained well. It also had more space to store things, not that we packed anything to bring down with us. We only slept in that cabin. Our things remained in cabin 7094.Also just so you know. 7094 is across from the stewards cleaning supply closet. It was very busy during morning and evening hours but quiet the rest of the time. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very nice and functional. We selected this cabin when we booked last Christmas. It was the same cabin we had on board the Eurodam Christmas cruise last year. End of a hallway with a great balcony! Very quiet with easy access to the elevators. Bathroom was plenty big enough and well designed. Bed was extremely comfortable with extra pillows that we VERY soft. Our room was plenty big enough for 2 adults. We always book a cabin with a balcony. Read entire member review >>
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