Single Stateroom
Comfortable and economical, configured for the convenience of the passenger traveling alone; Located on each deck; Sofa bed; French balcony (floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors) except stateroom 122 which has a window that cannot be opened; Private bathroom with shower and premium bath products; Space under bed for storing suitcases; Roomy wardrobe with wooden hangers; Refrigerator; Hair dryer; Safe; Telephone; Bathrobe and slippers available upon request; Individual climate control; Voltage: 220V and 115V in stateroom; Bottled water replenished daily; 150 sq.ft.

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Single Stateroom (CS) Cabin Reviews

I had one of the few single cabins on the boat and had room to spare. The sliding glass doors, which I had open much of the time, allowed for fresh air and the sound of the water to enter. The bathroom was the roomiest I have ever seen ... Read More
I had one of the few single cabins on the boat and had room to spare. The sliding glass doors, which I had open much of the time, allowed for fresh air and the sound of the water to enter. The bathroom was the roomiest I have ever seen on any ship, close to twice the size of some I have had to squeeze into. The TV and air conditioning were in top shape. The bed was quite comfortable. I did change out the comforter type bed cover for a normal blanket however. I did not discover until day ten that there was an Internet cable connection in the room...I thought it would be wireless and could not sign on...my mistake. Once I plugged in via cable (the ship desk loaned me one) it worked very well and it was fun listening to my Los Angeles classical music station on the Danube, half way round the world. I never heard a peep from any other passengers, the soundproofing was so good. There was ample storage for my clothes, etc. and room beneath the bed for my luggage. The staff that maintained the room did a wonderful job, even supplying me with extra bottled water for my CPAP breathing machine that I use at night. I have been in smaller hotel rooms! Read Less
Sail Date September 2010
My Cabin 337 was one of 5 single cabins on Legend; there are 2 on the top deck, 2 on Deck 2, and 1 on Deck 1. My #337 was adjacent to the library at the stern of Deck 3, and I loved the location. At a moment's notice, I could pop ... Read More
My Cabin 337 was one of 5 single cabins on Legend; there are 2 on the top deck, 2 on Deck 2, and 1 on Deck 1. My #337 was adjacent to the library at the stern of Deck 3, and I loved the location. At a moment's notice, I could pop into the library and out a door to see or photograph anything on either starboard or port side of the ship. I'd guess that the other single on Deck 3, #309, is an equally good location and would mean less walking to the lounge or dining etc. The cabin design and layout are good. Bed is a couch that converts to a bed, but this was very comfortable and resulted in more floor space, which I appreciate since I do yoga stretches each morning. I loved having the French balcony for fresh air when I opened the slider; I had it open a bit every night. The climate control in the room worked beautifully, including an "off" position for times I wanted the slider open. There are outlets for both U.S. and European plugs, so charging camera batteries was no problem, nor was there a need for a converter. Great room! Read Less
Sail Date March 2010