Veranda Suite
Located on the Upper Deck for best views; Two full rooms: a sitting room with a full-size balcony and a bedroom with a French balcony; Hotel-style beds 79 inches x 63 inches (with optional twin-bed configuration); Full-size veranda off the spacious living room; Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, known as a French balcony, in the bedroom; Large private bathroom with shower and premium bath products; Space under bed for storing suitcases; Refrigerator; Hair dryer; Safe; Telephone; Bathrobe and slippers available upon request; Individual climate control; Voltage: 220V and 110V in stateroom; Bottled water replenished daily; 275 sq.ft.

Veranda Suite (AA) Cabin Reviews

Very nice two-room suite with a small balcony. The wi-fi on the ship was horrendous to the point of being worthless (everyone complained about it) and the television selection and service was bad.
Very nice two-room suite with a small balcony. The wi-fi on the ship was horrendous to the point of being worthless (everyone complained about it) and the television selection and service was bad. Read Less
Sail Date April 2016
With the many cancellations due to the Friday 13th bombing in Paris, I requested and was given an upgrade from our Veranda Stateroom to a Veranda Suite. This is the second time we have been so upgraded, the first time being on our Budapest ... Read More
With the many cancellations due to the Friday 13th bombing in Paris, I requested and was given an upgrade from our Veranda Stateroom to a Veranda Suite. This is the second time we have been so upgraded, the first time being on our Budapest to Bucharest cruise, "Pathway to Eastern Europe", on the Viking Rinda in March 2014. The Veranda Suite is absolutely wonderful with its living room, bedroom and huge bathroom, and TWO large flat panel TVs. The full veranda off the living room and the French balcony off the bedroom give ample visual access to the passing scenery, although the COLD temperatures prevented much use of the veranda features. We were also greeted with a bottle of champagne and several potted orchid plants. The sofa and chair in the living room were comfortable and convenient, with a large coffee table in front. The refrigerator was also convenient for storing our wine, water and soft drinks. The closet in the bedroom was huge with several drawers of storage in addition to the hanger space. THIS is the way to cruise! Read Less
Sail Date November 2015
The layout of the suite is poor. Lacked drawer space; there were only 2 in the entire cabin. The walk-in closet faces the wrong way. There is a 4-inch wide shelving unit that is completely useless. Would have been better if there were ... Read More
The layout of the suite is poor. Lacked drawer space; there were only 2 in the entire cabin. The walk-in closet faces the wrong way. There is a 4-inch wide shelving unit that is completely useless. Would have been better if there were drawers in the nightstands, and under the vanity. The pull-out wine rack is also useless and wate of space. While there are supposedly two tvs, none worked. Too many unnecessary lights and light switches. The downspouts from the bilge tanks drain onto the balconies on the 2nd deck and not into the river. The drain pipes need a lip or extension. While this may not look the best, practicality should trump aesthetics in this case. And why were staff playing shuffleboard on the top deck directly above cabins at 2 am? Read Less
Sail Date July 2015