All 59 cabins are outside-facing with most featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and French balconies. There are six categories of cabins spread across the three lower decks. Category 1 cabins are the most basic, and well below the industry average in terms of size; these eight 150-square-foot accommodations feature small picture windows. One Category 2 cabin is as roomy as the junior suites at 183 square feet, but with a picture window instead of a French balcony. Category 3 cabins (there are 30 of them) are 150 square feet, but feature floor-to-ceiling French balconies.
ms Treasures Cabin Reviews (4)
We stayed in a Category 3 standard cabin with a French balcony. Despite its modest size, the cabin was super comfortable, with plenty of storage in the marble bathroom, complete with a surprisingly roomy shower. Done up in elegant shades of taupe and cream with jewel-tone accents, the cabin featured a comfy king-size bed and upgraded linens, along with a flat-screen plasma television for access to CNN and movies. Cabins also feature a safe and a complimentary mini-bar that's stocked with water and sodas (refreshed daily). Our cabin was kept sparkling clean and fresh, serviced at least twice a day.
Niceties like a hair dryer, plush terry robes and L'Occitane toiletries come standard. An alarm clock radio lets you tune into nearby radio stations (when you can) and keep yourself on local time.
A welcome new design element in all ms Treasures cabins is the addition of a dual voltage plug. You won't need a converter to charge your phone or camera -- there's a standard U.S. outlet for that -- although you might want to bring the requisite two-pin plugs converter if you're touring before or after the cruise.