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Standard Stateroom
Comfortable and economical; Located in the middle section of the main deck; Sofa & Pullman beds 75 inches x 31 inches; Private bathroom with shower and premium bath products; Roomy wardrobe with wooden hangers; Half-high picture window 4.72 ft. x 1.44 ft. (cannot be opened); TV with premium entertainment package including CNBC, CNN, FOX, National Geographic, MGM Movies, Sky Cinema, and "View From the Bridge"; Hair dryer; Safe; Telephone; Bathrobe and slippers available upon request; Individual climate control; Voltage: 220V and 110V in stateroom; Bottled water replenished daily; 120 sq.ft.

Standard Stateroom (E) Cabin Reviews

Regular rooms are all the same except for their position on ship. TINY TINY, awful beds, awful bath. Worst room I have ever had. Suites are rooms you would expect on a normal ship.
Regular rooms are all the same except for their position on ship. TINY TINY, awful beds, awful bath. Worst room I have ever had. Suites are rooms you would expect on a normal ship. Read Less
Sail Date May 2012
The cabin we had was eye level with the river so we did not have a balcony or window that could be opened. We opted for this cabin because of cost and because we figured we did not plan to be in the cabin except to sleep and shower in the ... Read More
The cabin we had was eye level with the river so we did not have a balcony or window that could be opened. We opted for this cabin because of cost and because we figured we did not plan to be in the cabin except to sleep and shower in the morning so as long as the room was adequate and the bed comfortable, that's all that mattered to us. And the room was all of that. We had plenty of space for our luggage and clothing which we unpacked. The bathroom was small, but very adequate. The engine noise at night was soothing to me as it lulled me to sleep. We enjoyed seeing the river at eye level and the other ships and birds floating by. Read Less
Sail Date November 2010