Veranda
Hotel-style beds (with optional twin-bed configuration); Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors open to a full-size veranda; Private bathroom with shower and premium bath products; Space under bed for storing suitcases; Roomy wardrobe with wooden hangers; Hair dryer; Safe; Telephone; Bathrobe and slippers available upon request; Individual climate control; Voltage: 220V and 110V in stateroom; Bottled water replenished daily

Veranda (A) Cabin Reviews

Smaller than we are used to, but the vessel has to fit through the Locks, so not a lot can be done about that. Well appointed, comfortable, with a nice balcony. The bed seemed to slope towards the outside, meaning that you are often ... Read More
Smaller than we are used to, but the vessel has to fit through the Locks, so not a lot can be done about that. Well appointed, comfortable, with a nice balcony. The bed seemed to slope towards the outside, meaning that you are often close to falling out! Read Less
Sail Date October 2018
The cabin is very small. If someone is seated using their computer, another person cannot get past them to go to the window, unless either they crawl across the bed or the seated person stands up. The amenities are very good and the ... Read More
The cabin is very small. If someone is seated using their computer, another person cannot get past them to go to the window, unless either they crawl across the bed or the seated person stands up. The amenities are very good and the steward provided excellent service. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
Let down by the food : Cabin 211
We were lucky enough to get an upgrade to a balcony cabin on the middle deck. I didn't realise how fortunate we were until I saw that the lower deck cabins are partially below the waterline and the only (unopenable) window was too ... Read More
We were lucky enough to get an upgrade to a balcony cabin on the middle deck. I didn't realise how fortunate we were until I saw that the lower deck cabins are partially below the waterline and the only (unopenable) window was too high to look out from for some people. The cabin was really well equipped. Welcome extras included a fridge and quad USB outlet points. Only one stool to sit on apart from the bed or the balcony chairs. Why so large a table on the balcony? You almost had to be a gymnast to get round it to the second chair. The bathroom was vastly superior to the Cunard QE and QV ones, with top class shower cubicle fittings and decent pressure as well. The heated mirror was useful - you could see to shave after a shower. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
Veranda Suite on the shorter Douro river version of the Viking longship is about 25 square feet larger than on the longship we experienced. Cabin has a much better layout including a small walk in closet, however at the expense of some ... Read More
Veranda Suite on the shorter Douro river version of the Viking longship is about 25 square feet larger than on the longship we experienced. Cabin has a much better layout including a small walk in closet, however at the expense of some bathroom space. Read Less
Sail Date April 2018
The cabin is filled with diesel smell and engine noise. The balcony door is too old to lock properly, that causes the air-condition stopping.
The cabin is filled with diesel smell and engine noise. The balcony door is too old to lock properly, that causes the air-condition stopping. Read Less
Sail Date April 2018