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Twin Balcony Suite
Layout (floor plan)
|Cabin size:||280 ft2 / 26 m2|
|Location (on decks):||2, 4|
|Type (categories):||(F) 2-Bed Balcony Suite|
Layout (floor plan)
|Cabin size:||225 ft2 / 21 m2|
|Location (on decks):||2, 3|
|Type (categories):||(C-deck2, D-deck3) Balcony Stateroom|
5-Bed Family Cabin
Layout (floor plan)
|Cabin size:||300 ft2 / 28 m2|
|Location (on decks):||midship on Deck 1|
|Type (categories):||(G) 5-Bed Family Cabin with Porthole Window|
Arosa Sena cabins review
Most Arosa Sena cabins are double-occupancy staterooms with outdoor balconies. The number of all cabin categories is 4 (max capacity 5 guests per cabin). The ship has a total of 140 staterooms, of which 7 are Suites (category F-Balkonsuite). Balkonsuite are "twin balcony" design - with a French Balcony combined with an outdoor, step-out veranda (for all-weather use). Cheapest cabins are on Lower Deck 1 (deck 1) in category G (Familienkabine). These "family cabins" are with a large Porthole (non-opening) window and have a Queen bed (non-convertible to 2 twins) plus three additional beds (sofabed and lower-upper bunks) for 3rd/4th/5th passenger (children). Family cabins' bathrooms are with dual sinks.
All A-Rosa Sena staterooms as furniture, price-included amenities and complimentary services offer hotel twin beds (convertible to Queen, size 200 x 160 cm, luxury bedding sets, wool blankets, bedside cabinets, wall-mounted reading lamps), ample closet and under-bed storage, power outlets (220V / 110V), USB charging ports, full en-suite bathroom (WC-toilet, glass-door shower, lighted mirror, hairdryer, premium bath amenities, bathrobes, slippers), small seating area (2-seater couch / loveseat, round-shaped coffee table, slide-opening mirrored wardrobe), writing desk with puff chair, phone (onboard connections only), electronic safe box (in the closet), complimentary bottled water (supplied daily), smart HDTV (infotainment system, satellite reception, complimentary Internet and Wi-Fi / WLAN network has shipwide coverage), individually controlled air-conditioning.
All staterooms on decks 2 and 3 are Balkonkabine categories C and D. These staterooms are equally-sized (21 m2) and with wall-to-wall and floor-ceiling windows. A sliding glass-door (from the lounge area) opens to a step-out veranda furnished with 2 padded deckchairs and 1 low table.
The largest accommodations on the Arosa Sena ship are category G Family cabins (28 m2, on Deck 1) followed by the category F Balcony Suites (26 m2, on decks 2 and 4). Suite accommodations have 2 sets of floor-ceiling glass doors - one opening to French Balcony (from the bedroom), the other - to a step-out balcony (from the living room). All Suites are with a walk-in closet (2 wardrobes), larger bathroom (with daylight, double-sink vanity and separate WC-shower / no bathtub), 2-seater sofa, balcony furniture (2 armchairs, 1 low table). Suite passengers receive as bonus perks priority boarding and check-in, personal welcome aboard (from 12-noon), cocktail reception (with the ship's Hotel Manager), dedicated butler service, complimentary minibar, fresh flowers and fruits, free laundry and ironing service, complimentary Room Service.
All Arosa Sena staterooms (regardless of category) include as Welcome Aboard (upon embarkation) gifts a champagne bottle, a basket with fresh fruits and a rose placed in a vase.
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