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, sea view/oceanview/outside, interior, single), divided into 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 a 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 (bi-folds), the room can be opened out fully onto the 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 a 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 a 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, round-shaped (porthole-like) mirrors for decoration.

All pull-down bunk beds are accessible via a 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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