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Deluxe Stateroom with Window
Comfortable and roomy; Located in the foremost section of the main deck; 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; Large window 4.72 ft. x 3.08 ft. (cannot be opened); Hair dryer; Safe; Telephone; Bathrobe and slippers available upon request; Individual climate control; Voltage: 220V and 110V in stateroom; Bottled water replenished daily; 170 sq.ft.

Deluxe Stateroom with Window (D) Cabin Reviews

We were in "steerage" (my description) (the lowest class of cabin - porthole was on the waterline and naturally was sealed shut) - however we spent little time in the cabin, it does not have to be as well appointed as on a sea ... Read More
We were in "steerage" (my description) (the lowest class of cabin - porthole was on the waterline and naturally was sealed shut) - however we spent little time in the cabin, it does not have to be as well appointed as on a sea going vessel. It was good enough - but to illustrate my point - there was a TV but we never even turned it on - there was so much happening else where in the ship. This is fine for younger more active people - may be for more sedentary types they would need a larger window, to watch the river go by. I was entirely happy - given that we had not paid so much for it. Read Less
Sail Date May 2015
What a Way To Go! : Cabin 214
When I walked into my cabin, I was shocked that it was so big. I had expected something less luxurious, actually. Something with berths, but I was delighted to see a queen-sized bed and side tables and a desk and roomy wardrobe. And being ... Read More
When I walked into my cabin, I was shocked that it was so big. I had expected something less luxurious, actually. Something with berths, but I was delighted to see a queen-sized bed and side tables and a desk and roomy wardrobe. And being able to watch the water slide past the windows, sometimes with swans peeking in, was just glorious! Read Less
Sail Date April 2015