Explorer Suite
The finest that river cruising has to offer in terms of comfort, space, views, and privacy; Located on the Upper Deck at the aft of the ship, there are just two Explorer Suites on the ship; Two-room suite; Hotel-style beds 79 inches x 63 inches (with optional twin-bed configuration); Private wraparound veranda off the spacious living room offers 270-degree views; Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, known as a French balcony, in the bedroom; Large bathroom with double sinks, shower, heated mirror and floor, premium bath products; Space under bed for storing suitcases; Roomy wardrobe with wooden hangers; Wraparound balcony accessible via sliding glass doors; Refrigerator; Hair dryer; Safe; Telephone; Bathrobe and slippers available upon request; Individual climate control; Voltage: 220V and 110V in stateroom; Bottled water replenished daily; 445 sq.ft.

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Explorer Suite (ES) Cabin Reviews

We had the Explorer suite (the top end cabin). After killing over a half, a dozen spiders, I went down to complain to the Hotel Manager and had the Cruise Director act as a witness to the conversation. I made it very clear that I was ... Read More
We had the Explorer suite (the top end cabin). After killing over a half, a dozen spiders, I went down to complain to the Hotel Manager and had the Cruise Director act as a witness to the conversation. I made it very clear that I was allergic to spider bites. Because of the spider infestation on our balcony, they had better remove the infestation ASAP. She gave me the usual company (Sorry, apology) routine on me. Then had the Housekeeping manager go to our room and try to remove the infestation. Over all we killed over 18 spiders. While he was there all he did was blame me, and try to justify the spider infestation. Later we found out the entire ship was infested with spiders. So far all we have seen was lazy housekeeping personal, shipboard personal tasked with keeping the ship clean and safe and failing to do their jobs. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017