French Balcony Superior
Full-sized staterooms; Located on the Upper Deck for best views; Hotel-style beds 79 inches x 63 inches (with optional twin-bed configuration); Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors open to create a French balcony; Private bathroom with shower and premium bath products; Space under bed for storing suitcases; Roomy wardrobe with wooden hangers; Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors open on a railing to form a French balcony; Refrigerator; Hair dryer; Safe; Telephone; Bathrobe and slippers available upon request; Individual climate control; Voltage: 220V and 110V in stateroom; Bottled water replenished daily; 135 sq.ft.

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French Balcony Superior (C) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: October 2015
The French balcony room was the perfect choice--compact and comfortable. The bathroom was well designed for efficiency and comfort..
The French balcony room was the perfect choice--compact and comfortable. The bathroom was well designed for efficiency and comfort.. Read Less
Bucheles Trip : Cabin 217
Sail Date: September 2015
Very comfortable cabin. The shower was a bit small for larger passengers however.
Very comfortable cabin. The shower was a bit small for larger passengers however. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2015
Cabin Bathroom smelled like an open sewer for two days
Cabin Bathroom smelled like an open sewer for two days Read Less
99% Perfect : Cabin 331
Sail Date: June 2015
This was a French Balcony cabin on Level 3, Port side and towards the aft of the rivership. Initial thoughts were it is a bit squeezy, however, after settling in and unpacking all the design 'smarts' became apparent and it is a ... Read More
This was a French Balcony cabin on Level 3, Port side and towards the aft of the rivership. Initial thoughts were it is a bit squeezy, however, after settling in and unpacking all the design 'smarts' became apparent and it is a very useable, comfortable cabin - the bathroom was very impressive. Note: we only really used the cabin in which to sleep, store our goodies and shower and change - there was so much else to do on the rivership that the size of the cabin was irrelevant. Read Less