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 (F) Cabin Reviews

Anniversary : Cabin 235
Sail Date: September 2018
The cabin was located near the back of the ship and was very quiet. It was always kept clean and the bed was always well made. The staff that worked our room was very nice and personable. She knew our names and on our anniversary night ... Read More
The cabin was located near the back of the ship and was very quiet. It was always kept clean and the bed was always well made. The staff that worked our room was very nice and personable. She knew our names and on our anniversary night even folded towels in the shape of swans and left a couple of nice pieces of chocolate. What a wonderful gesture. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2016
The cabin was clean and comfortable. The cabin cleaner did a great job. I would recommend hand rails for the shower or anti-skid on the deck in the shower stall.
The cabin was clean and comfortable. The cabin cleaner did a great job. I would recommend hand rails for the shower or anti-skid on the deck in the shower stall. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2015
Clean, bright, crisp - nice bathroom - great use of space!
Clean, bright, crisp - nice bathroom - great use of space! Read Less
Sail Date: June 2015
We chose the cheapest level of cabin ("stateroom," in Viking parlance), because we thought we'd spend little time there. It was the right decision. The cabin was tiny but adequate (and not so very much smaller than more ... Read More
We chose the cheapest level of cabin ("stateroom," in Viking parlance), because we thought we'd spend little time there. It was the right decision. The cabin was tiny but adequate (and not so very much smaller than more expensive options--the square footage differences are negligible). We relied on Swiss/Norwegian design efficiency and had enough room (tho barely) to get around and to store our belongings. The bathroom was tiny but adequate. Plenty of hot water and shower pressure. Unusually comfortable beds, the most important part and the same as the most expensive choices. One window at ceiling level--no view, but no claustrophobia, either. The best views, especially for the cruising periods, were on the outdoor Sun Deck or the indoor Lounge, where you could change sides for unobstructed scenery. We had been advised that this lowest ship's level, without public rooms, was the quietest, and that was true. Nor could we hear the hybrid engines. This level room sells out first, because of price, of course, but it is also a good choice for certain customers. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2015
The room was quite comfortable. We traveled with another couple who booked a suite. While we might consider a balcony cabin next time, it more than met our needs even if it was a foot above the water line.
The room was quite comfortable. We traveled with another couple who booked a suite. While we might consider a balcony cabin next time, it more than met our needs even if it was a foot above the water line. Read Less

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