Step into stateroom 403 before I clutter it.
There are 55 staterooms, and all have been updated on this 20-plus-year-old ship.
Staterooms feature flat-panel televsions, DVD player, Sony entertainment system with CD. A selection of DVDs and CDs are available for use free of charge from the concierge desk.
Laptops plug into ethernet for (fast) internet access at $35 per day. Two terminals are available in the library for those who do not burden their vacations with their laptops. Internet access at the terminals is $5 for the first 10 minutes and $3 for each additional 10-minute period.
Refrigerators come stocked with beer and soft drinks (soft drinks and alcohol, except for select premium brands, are included in the cruise fare).
There is a large safe and plenty of storage. There are no balconies, though most of your time will likely be spent on deck anyway.
Other features: Comfortable queen-size beds with luxury linens. Sofa and dine-in table.
The bathrooms are a bit small, even by ship standards, but well appointed with marble tile floor and surround, three showerheads and Bvlgari amenities.