Queen of the Mississippi deck 4 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Queen of the Mississippi deck 4

Twain Library (starboard) has cards, popular board games, DVDs, bookshelves (with mostly US history books and travel guides). Many books are also displayed on bookshelves on each deck. The library doubles as a card room, and is yet another quiet lounge space for reading or simply enjoying the Columbia and Snake river countryside scenery.

The aft-located Sky Lounge is 2-decks high and features wicker furniture, large panoramic windows, soothing decor. Throughout the day, there are served beverages, snacks, freshly-baked cookies, and pastries. The Sky Lounge’s floor-ceiling glass doors open to an outdoor terrace that overlooks the stern of the ship. The terrace’s furnishing consists of padded loungers and deck chairs. The lounge’s bar area provides water, soda, and light snacks throughout the day. A Complimentary Afternoon Tea service is offered between 3:30 and 4:30 pm. In the evening, there is a complimentary cocktail hour.

Cruise cabins from 401 to 420, of which 3x Suites and the rest are Balcony staterooms in categories AAC and SB (Single Balcony).

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