By Cruise Critic Staff

The ship's 71 deluxe cabins are divided into A, B and C categories, with A cabins located on the upper deck, B cabins on the middle deck and C cabins on the main deck. All cabins are outside and measure a spacious 150 square; A and B cabins offer excellent views through picture windows spanning the width of the cabin while C cabins have half-height picture windows. Amenities include hotel-style beds (queen or twin) along with satellite television and telephone, shower/bathroom with hair dryer and individually controlled air conditioning and in-room safe.

The Viking Danube has four sets of adjoining cabins that can be offered individually or combined to make a suite. The cabins are adjoined by a dividing wall that can be pushed back to create a bedroom area and a sitting room, thus a suite. They are cabins: 304-306; 305-307; 308-310; and 309-311.
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