The 62 oceanview suites come in five categories and have been decorated in light cream and sand colors. Each features a refrigerator and bar setup (stocked with your preferences of complimentary soft and alcoholic beverages); writing desk; flat-screen TV with on-demand movies, music, and satellite news; iPod docking station; Wi-Fi (for a fee); Pratesi bed linens; bathrobes and slippers. All the bathrooms have marble detailing, a rain shower head in the shower and Bulgari bath products.
Every suite has butler service, plus daily cleaning and nightly turndown service. Afternoon canapes are served on request in the top three suite categories, and all have a choice of twin or queen-size beds.
At the top of the accommodation range is the 408-square-foot Medallion Suite on Deck 6, which is the ship's one true suite, having a separate living room and bedroom. It's one of nine staterooms on the ship to have a balcony (27 square feet); the other eight are Veranda Suites on the same deck. Laundry service is included in the Medallion Suite.
The Veranda Suites are 280 square feet apiece with 35.5-square-foot balconies; four can accommodate three passengers each, one on a pullout sofa-bed. Also on Deck 6 are four 269-square-foot Vista Suites, which each have two large windows with partially obstructed views.
On decks 4 and 5, there are 24 and 16 View Suites, respectively. Each is 180 square feet with one window. On Deck 3, there are nine 186-square-foot Explorer Suites that each have two portholes.
There are no wheelchair-accessible suites. Wheel-on and/or wheel-off access may not be available at some ports of call, and the Zodiacs are not wheelchair accessible, making this trip difficult for those with physical challenges.