Queen of the Mississippi cabins and suites

Queen of the Mississippi staterooms review, floor plans, photos

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Queen of the Mississippi cabins and suites review at CruiseMapper provides detailed information on cruise accommodations, including floor plans, photos, room types and categories, cabin sizes, furniture details and included by American Cruise Lines en-suite amenities and services.

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Owners Suite

Max passengers: 2
Staterooms number: 6
Cabin size: 445 ft2 / 42 m2
Balcony size: included
Location (on decks): 3rd, 4th
Type (categories): (OS) Owners Suite

Balcony Cabin

Max passengers: 2
Staterooms number: 14 (AAR), 21 (AAL), 13 (AAC), 6 (AAM)
Cabin size: AAM (330 ft2 / 31 m2) AAC-AAL-AAR (305 ft2 / 28 m2)
Balcony size: included
Location (on decks): 2nd (AAR), 3rd (AAL), 4th (AAC), 5th (AAM)
Type (categories): (AAM, AAC, AAL, AAR) Private Balcony staterooms

Window Cabin

Max passengers: 2
Staterooms number: 5
Cabin size: 290 ft2 / 27 m2
Balcony size: none
Location (on decks): 1-Main
Type (categories): (A) Window Sateroom

Studio Single Cabins

Max passengers: 1
Staterooms number: 1 (SO), 18 (SB)
Cabin size: SO (205 ft2 / 19 m2), SB (230 ft2 / 21 m2)
Balcony size: none
Location (on decks): 1-Main (A), 2nd (A)
Type (categories): (SO-Window, SB-Balcony) Single-occupancy staterooms

Queen of the Mississippi cabins review

Follows the review of Queen of the Mississippi riverboat cabins as amenities, furniture and included (complimentary) services:

  • Hotel beds (king or 2 twin, size 200 x 160 cm, no underbeds space for suitcases), bedside tables with lamps, open closet, 1 or 2 dressers (with drawers), individual climate control, medical emergency button.
  • Each accommodation has a private, hotel-style, full-size bathroom with shower, hairdryer, Judith Jackson premium bath amenities (shampoo, body wash, conditioner, moisturizer, mouthwash, facial bar, bath soaps, vanity kit), HD flat TV (local/satellite reception), DVD player, phone (onboard communication only), coffee-maker, digital clock, a seating area (small table with 1 or 2 swivel chairs), vanity desk.
  • Owner Suites are larger in size, with extra amenities, such as fresh flowers, terry robes, mini-bar, in-room dining service (continental breakfast served on the balcony).
  • Cabin balconies are the same size regardless of the category, each furnished with a small table and two chairs.
  • Free of charge Wi-Fi Internet access (shipwide coverage), with several Internet computers located around the ship.
  • Complimentary are alcohol (beer and wine at lunch / dinner), unlimited drinks (soda, water, juices, coffee, tea), snacks, room-service.
  • American Cruise Lines deals are non inclusive of gratuities, shore excursions / tours, port fees.

Queen of the Mississippi cruise ship has 2 wheelchair-accessible cabins (for disabled passengers) in categories A-Window (on deck 1-Main) and AAR (on deck 2nd), which are conveniently located near the elevator.

The ship has a total of 19 single cabins (for solo passengers) that can be booked with single-occupancy rates (no single supplement).

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