Iona cabins and suites

Iona staterooms review, floor plans, photos

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2-Room Suite

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Location (on decks):9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15
Type (categories):(B4, B5, B6) Two-Room Suite with Balcony

Family Seaview Suite

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Location (on decks):8-Promenade
Type (categories):(BA) Seaview Family Suite / Window Suite

Conservatory Mini Suite

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Location (on decks):8-Promenade, 9
Type (categories):(CV, CW, CY, CZ) Conservatory Mini Suite

Deluxe Balcony Cabin

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Location (on decks):8-Promenade, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15
Type (categories):(EA, EB, ED, EE, EF) Deluxe Balcony Cabin

Standard Balcony Cabin

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Location (on decks):5, 8-Promenade, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16-Lido, 17
Type (categories):(GA, GB, GC, GD, GE, GF) Standard Balcony Cabin

Smaller Balcony Cabin

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Location (on decks):8-Promenade, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16-Lido, 17
Type (categories):(GZ) Smaller Balcony Cabin

Seaview Cabin

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Location (on decks):4, 5
Type (categories):(LB, LC, LF) Seaview / Standard Outside Cabin

Larger Inside Cabin

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Location (on decks):4, 5, 9, 11, 14
Type (categories):(OA) Larger Inside / Interior Cabin

Standard Inside Cabin

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Location (on decks):4, 5, 8-Promenade, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16-Lido, 17
Type (categories):(PA, PB, PC, PD, PE, PF) Standard Inside / Interior Cabin

Single Cabin

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Location (on decks):QZ (9, 11, 14), SZ (5, 9, 12)
Type (categories):(QZ) Single Balcony Cabin, (SZ) Single Inside Cabin

Iona cabins review

Iona cruise ship cabins are 4 main types (suite, balcony, seaview/oceanview/outside, interior, single), divided in 12 categories and 32 grades.

2-Room Suites are located either aft and forward and designed as boutique-hotel rooms. They consist of interconnecting rooms which doors can be fully opened to create a larger lounge space. The furniture is contemporary and comfort, and includes sofa, ottoman chairs, lounge chairs, soft furnishings and accessories (cushions, premium twill throws, LED lighting / ceiling and wall-mounted lamps). These Suites (categories B4-B5-B6) have spacious bathrooms with double sink vanities, black marble tops, white marble walls and floors, whirlpool bathtubs. All suites feature separate lounge-bedroom areas, designated dressing areas, large step-out balconies and exclusive services (personal Butler, in-cabin dining, priority services).

Conservatory Mini-Suite is a new stateroom concept featuring a separate, conservatory-style room designed as cabin extension. Located between the cabin and the balcony, this separate room is furnished with an L-shaped sofa to create a distinctive lounge space. Via sliding glass doors, this "small room" can be closed off for more privacy (parties, celebrations, conversations). Via other glass doors (bifolds), the room can be opened out fully onto cabin's step-out balcony, providing a cool and shaded indoor space for relaxation.

Balcony staterooms are in 3 main categories (Deluxe, Standard, Smaller) plus Single Balcony. Many are with interconnecting doors, making them a perfect choice for families and small groups. Balcony cabins also allow outdoor dining via cruise ship's Room Service menu.

  • For larger families and groups, balcony cabins are fitted with built-in bunks (fold-out, pull-down beds).
  • On decks 10-11-12-14-15 there are forward-facing rooms with larger (steel-fronted) balconies overlooking the ship's bow. Due to their location and larger sized verandas, these staterooms (categories EE-Deluxe, GE-Standard) are among the premium cabin grades.
  • Single Balcony cabins (category QZ) are located aft on decks 9-11-14. They are smaller-sized, but can be booked without single supplement.

Iona cruise liner has interior cabins on all cabin decks. Single Inside cabins (category SZ) are standard-sized, but can be booked by solo traveling passengers without paying single supplement.

All staterooms have mirrored vanity table / writing desk with chair, wall-mounted reading lamps, mirrored wardrobe (large closet with sliding doors, hangers, drawers, electronic safe box), phone, hairdryer, roundshaped (porthole-like) mirrors for decoration.

All pull-down bunk beds are accessible via ladder. All cabin balconies are furnished with 2 deck chairs and a small table. Cabin balconies in ship's forward section can be overlooked by the Navigation Bridge.

All cabin bathrooms are with shower-WC configurations. 2-Room Suites (categories B4, B5, B6) additionally have bathtubs.

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