MS Robert Burns Review and Specifications
Specifications of MS Robert Burns
|Year of built||2018|
|Passengers||88 - 176|
|Decks with cabins||3|
Review of MS Robert Burns
The vessel features an elegant entrance hall on its Diamond (upper) deck, with a reception, travel desk and boutique. From the entrance hall guests walk into a stylish lounge with its own panoramic bar, where they can enjoy a drink. On the other side of the deck, at the aft, is the Bistro Bar with a terrace and open kitchen, serving early bird breakfast, light lunch and dinner. Whenever the weather is warm, the panoramic windows are fully opened on to the terrace and provide an al fresco dining experience. Ship's main restaurant is found on the Ruby (middle) deck and serves buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
On the lower, Emerald Deck, is the hairdresser, fitness centre, nail studio and massage salon. The 3 fully air-conditioned accommodation decks are accessed by an elevator or by an elegant wrought-iron staircase. Ship's sun deck provides outdoor chairs and sun loungers, a cozy place in the shades, a whirlpool and putting green for golf fanatics.
MS Robert Burns offers 88 cabins for up to 176 passengers. The suites on the Diamond and Ruby decks have 'French Balconies’ - panoramic floor to ceiling sliding glass doors giving an open view of the riverside and nature. All staterooms are equipped with air conditioning, 40 inch flat-screen TV’s, safe, minibar, telephone, hairdryer, (rain)shower and toilet, tea and coffee facilities, small seating area. There are 4 Deluxe balcony suites, 6 Superior suites and 78 suites on board ms Robert Burns.
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