Deluxe Stateroom
Deluxe staterooms; Located on the Main Deck; Hotel-style beds; Hotel-style beds 79 inches x 63 inches (with optional twin-bed configuration); Private bathroom with shower and premium bath products; Space under bed for storing suitcases; Roomy wardrobe with wooden hangers; Half-height picture windows; Half-height picture window; Refrigerator; Hair dryer; Safe; Telephone; Bathrobe and slippers available upon request; Individual climate control; Voltage: 220V and 110V in stateroom; Bottled water replenished daily; 150 sq.ft.

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Deluxe Stateroom (E) Cabin Reviews

Small but well designed. Most of your time is spent outdoors on deck or on tour. The beds are very comfortable, bathroom a bit tight but quite manageable.. you are on a boat!!!! the cabin stewards are the best... we have enjoyed our ... Read More
Small but well designed. Most of your time is spent outdoors on deck or on tour. The beds are very comfortable, bathroom a bit tight but quite manageable.. you are on a boat!!!! the cabin stewards are the best... we have enjoyed our experience with each one of them!!! Read Less
Sail Date May 2016
I am noat certain what type of cabin we had. It waqs small, but adequate. It was well serviced by the staff and we certainly had enough room for all our luggage. The mattress was a bit firm, but it did not bother me, although my husband ... Read More
I am noat certain what type of cabin we had. It waqs small, but adequate. It was well serviced by the staff and we certainly had enough room for all our luggage. The mattress was a bit firm, but it did not bother me, although my husband did not care for it. I am not that particular about these things. I thought the television had a nice selection of movies and I was not bothered by any external noise. The bathropom was a bit small, but it was no different than what one might find when using a travel trailer. Read Less
Sail Date September 2015
Cabin-specific: AVOID AVOID AVOID Cabin 101, and probably also Cabin 100 across the hall. Cabin 101 suffers from lots of extra noise and much daytime darkness, also has only a ½ size hanging closet. Cabin 101 is nearly below the ... Read More
Cabin-specific: AVOID AVOID AVOID Cabin 101, and probably also Cabin 100 across the hall. Cabin 101 suffers from lots of extra noise and much daytime darkness, also has only a ½ size hanging closet. Cabin 101 is nearly below the concierge desk. Every time [including late evenings!] someone in heels walked above, it was like a woodpecker on our ceiling. Cabin 101 is by the electric motor that opens and shuts the large sliding glass door on the next deck up. All day and night, at random intervals, we were treated to the whine of the motor and then the rumble of the door opening or closing. Not loud, but very annoying. Cabin 101 is below the marine locker area on the embarkation deck. Although the seamen themselves were very quiet [we never heard their voices], doors were opened and shut at odd hours, items were stowed or moved around. We have cruised before, and know that ships have noises and echoes. What we experienced in Cabin 101 was way beyond any reasonable expectation. We had continuous but random noises, day or night. No fun. But wait – this isn’t the worst of it…. When we were docked on our side [starboard/right], this cabin was completely blocked by the local docking pier, always a hulking grim slimy charcoal grey steel or concrete pillar. Then, there was NO light, no way to tell if it was night or day, sunny or rainy. Basically, the cabin became a truly unpleasant Black Hole, gloomy and depressing. No amount of cabin lighting [or a better bed] would relieve the situation. Also, because of the proximity to the boarding ramp, you were treated to the sound of footsteps; at one point at the Cologne stop it sounded like a parade of elephants above us. We know that sometimes river cruises raft-up for mooring, and many cabins’ views are affected. But even when rafted, other cabins could at least get some glimmer of light, not the Black Pillar of Doom, as we came to call the docking piers. Cabin 101 [and 100, on the port side] appeared to be uniquely affected by the docking piers. This is not a minor view issue; it’s truly ugly and very dark. Finally, and far less bad in comparison, but still irritating – Cabin 101’s hanging closet is narrow due to a pillar: about half the size of other cabins’. We could only use 5 hangers total, and it was crammed at that. Added insult to the above cabin problems. We feel sorry for those who have already booked this cabin for future cruises. It is not nearly the equivalent of similar-priced cabins on the deck. We believe Viking needs to re-do its marketing and pricing for Cabin 101 [and probably also 100]. Some warning would have helped; at least we could have decided whether to accept this impacted cabin. The pricing should be commensurate with the quality, and it was not. We felt cheated and misused, not to mention tired and uncomfortable. Read Less
Sail Date September 2015