MS Viola 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 Phoenix Reisen en-suite amenities and services.
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Twin Outside Cabin
|Cabin size:||130 ft2 / 12 m2|
|Location (on decks):||1-Lower|
|Type (categories):||Kat A (Twin Outside), Kat B (Twin Outside with Private Bathroom), Kat E (Single Outside)|
Handicap (Wheelchair-Accessible) Cabins
Layout (floor plan)
|Cabin size:||185 ft2 / 17 m2|
|Location (on decks):||2-Main|
|Type (categories):||Kat c (Twin Outside Wheelchair-Accessible), Kat D (Twin Outside Wheelchair-Accessible with Private Bathroom), Kat F (Single Outside Wheelchair-Accessible)|
MS Viola cabins review
MS Viola cruise ship has a total of 60 cabins, including 34x handicap (wheelchair-accessible staterooms). All cabins are outside/riverview, tastefully decorated, elegantly furnished and comfortable, each fitted with 2 separate (lower) beds convertible to double bed (if pushed together). All cabins offer as standard amenities individually controlled air-conditioning, en-suite bathroom (washbasin, shower, WC, hairdryer), flat TV (satellite reception, ship info channel with daily-schedule activities), intercom phone, alarm clock radio, wardrobe, electronic safe box (in the closet), Nespresso coffee machine, minibar (refrigerator), lockable drawers. Some cabins are with a shared bathroom (positioned in between). These are pairs of separate/adjoining cabins consisting of a handicap cabin connecting to a standard twin cabin (for the accompanying passengers).
Being a former hospital ship, Viola riverboat's 34x wheelchair-accessible cabins are specifically designed for passengers with disabilities. These special staterooms feature wider entry- and bathroom doors, height-adjustable beds with locking wheels, emergency buttons, en-suite bathrooms with accessible (lowered) washbasins, drivable showers, toilets with foldable grab rails (hinged on both sides). An extra-wide elevator (passenger lift) connects all decks (including to Sun Deck/top-deck).
Main Deck cabins are wheelchair-accessible, with an entry door width of 120 cm (47 inches) and large windows (non-opening). Their beds are electrically height-adjustable, with locking wheels and separated via a curtain. Lower Deck cabins are not handicap and with small windows (non-opening). Their beds can also be separated (via curtains) upon request.
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