Standard Stateroom
151 sq. ft

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Standard Stateroom (1) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: April 2017
nice size but could have more room between end of bed & closets. Only one person at a time can be there. Read More
nice size but could have more room between end of bed & closets. Only one person at a time can be there. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2015
Upon entering my stateroom all was beautifully displayed. I took pictures to show my friends how well taken care of I was. It was so comfortable I enjoyed staying in it on occasions instead of the lounge. Read More
Upon entering my stateroom all was beautifully displayed. I took pictures to show my friends how well taken care of I was. It was so comfortable I enjoyed staying in it on occasions instead of the lounge. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2012
Cabin 412 is on the top deck of the River Queen. It is laid out the same as all the other staterooms on the ship, with the exception of the suites, which are larger. This room has floor to ceiling windows and excellent light blackening ... Read More
Cabin 412 is on the top deck of the River Queen. It is laid out the same as all the other staterooms on the ship, with the exception of the suites, which are larger. This room has floor to ceiling windows and excellent light blackening curtains. The bed is extremely comfortable with high quality linens. There is plenty of storage space, good lighting, and sufficient electrical outlets. The bathroom is good sized for a river boat. There is no noise at all from the engines or the bow thrusters. It is on the same deck as the dining room and if people leaving the dining room are loud, you can hear it. Overall a great cabin. Read Less