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.

Deluxe Stateroom (E) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: June 2016
The cabin was unexpectedly spacious with a long counter, and ample closet and drawer space. The shower in the bath area was spacious as well. (My husband is 6'4" and he was comfortable in it.)
The cabin was unexpectedly spacious with a long counter, and ample closet and drawer space. The shower in the bath area was spacious as well. (My husband is 6'4" and he was comfortable in it.) Read Less
Sail Date: March 2016
On our first cruise we opted for a suite with a French Balcony which was fabulous. Highlight was leaving the patio doors open at night and watching the world go by. However, on this last cruise, we chose a more economical cabin with a ... Read More
On our first cruise we opted for a suite with a French Balcony which was fabulous. Highlight was leaving the patio doors open at night and watching the world go by. However, on this last cruise, we chose a more economical cabin with a small but adequate window. This saved us considerable dollars ( put aside for our up coming cruise with Viking ) I should also say that we tended to spend most of our waking hours in the lounge or outside deck enjoying company of others, and the panoramic views. Read Less
City of Lights : Cabin Can't remem
Sail Date: September 2015
Great cabin attendant. Cabin was adequate.
Great cabin attendant. Cabin was adequate. Read Less
Great Trip : Cabin 105
Sail Date: September 2015
The cabin was cozy, but very efficient and the bed was comfortable.
The cabin was cozy, but very efficient and the bed was comfortable. Read Less
Lemonade From Lemons! : Cabin 101
Sail Date: December 2012
We were on the main deck,the deck that is below water. The cabins on the lower deck are larger than the french balcony cabins on the next level up (middle deck). No portholes here; there is a large window at water lever. Only one level ... Read More
We were on the main deck,the deck that is below water. The cabins on the lower deck are larger than the french balcony cabins on the next level up (middle deck). No portholes here; there is a large window at water lever. Only one level down from the point of exiting the ship. Our room was very near the stairway leading to the middle deck. All the bathrooms on the Odin have heated floors. Only problem, and this is in all of the cabins that share a common wall with another cabin, If the person in the next cabin has their TV turned up loud, some of that sound bleeds into your cabin because the TVs are back to back between the cabins. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2012
Cabin atrocious, the smallest space I have ever had to pay for for two people. One small port hole at water level when tied up you invariable had no daylight because sister ships were tied up alongside and completely block he port hole. ... Read More
Cabin atrocious, the smallest space I have ever had to pay for for two people. One small port hole at water level when tied up you invariable had no daylight because sister ships were tied up alongside and completely block he port hole. The "bathroom" and I use the term loosely was so small my shoulders would not fit into the shower full on I had to turn sideways as I have already stated I had to leave the place to dry myself. Barely room for two people to dress without waiting for one to finish first. I am fairly normal in size so is my Lady it should certainly have a warning for obese people that accommodations are of a small nature. Read Less

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