Queen size tranquility bed that converts to two twins with 700-thread-count linens,private teak veranda, oversized marble and granite bath with full size tub and shower, vanity desk, spacious seating area with breakfast table, mini-bar with unlimited soft drinks and bottled water, shower with Grohe handheld shower head, safe, LCD flat-screen TV, hair dryer, phone, 110/220 volt outlets.
About 270 square feet that is ingeniously engineered. In addition to one of the most comfortable beds you'll ever experience (covered by $3000 sheets), there is a sitting area, desk and chair, a couch, a beautiful veranda with chairs and table, and a nicely appointed bathroom. The furniture (etc) includes so many storage spaces (drawers, shelves, closets) that there's plenty of room for anything you might drag aboard. Note that the Veranda Stateroom B4 is about the cheapest room on the ship (except for interior cabins), yet it's almost elegant compared to many cruise lines. Anyone who has spent time on a Viking River Cruise will appreciate the spacious design. Read entire member review >>
Traveling alone, cabin was just fine. Just several doors from elevator was handy. Rarely heard sounds from hall or neighbors.
I found I could get out of the tub which on some ships I can't use because they are too difficult. So I could soak in the tub and then step into the separate shower. Had large size shampoo, etc. instead of those little samples. Room housekeepers very nice. Read entire member review >>
Staterooms are very nice. Bathroom/closet layout could be better for us. The good sized tub results in the smallest shower I have had on a ship, and forces a closet arrangement that is not too convenient. Small frig is nice. Bed and linens are excellent. Staff is worked hard but rooms are well serviced. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very nice, on deck 7 but had enough storage for all our clothes and we never felt confined. We did enjoy our balcony a lot, having happy hour out there while the sun sets. Our room steward was excellent and I think our room was cleaned and picked up at least 3 times a day Read entire member review >>
Great cabin balcony
Sliding closet doors poor quality & inconvenient location
Cabin 7050 balcony has mechanical lift for gangways off balcony creating noise when in port & partially obstructs views, none creating too much of a problem but should be noted
Tiny shower Read entire member review >>
We have been on the 7th deck near the bow on both our transatlantic cruises. It's a bit more rolling there and there's wave noise, but we weren't bothered by it. The balconies are twice as large for 7000 to 7009. The location is well down the passageway, away from elevators and noise. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7015 is on the starboard side fore of the ship. Far away enough from the elevators for it to be a quiet area. Technically it is 7013 as 13 is omitted, going from cabin 7011 to 7015 with no 7013 in between. The location of the laundry is on the Port Side.
It was mentioned that the F ore of the ship was for 'F u n' and the R ear of the ship is where the 'Restaurants' were located.
Category B4 cabins on this deck 7, have larger verandahs at the very fore and aft of the ship. Not so with this cabin. If you are in this class of stateroom do not expect tip-top in-cabin service. Read entire member review >>
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