There are four basic stateroom categories, but sizes vary substantially within the individual categories and priced accordingly.
Nieuw Amsterdam has 1,053 cabins, one more than sister ship Eurodam, allowing more than 2,100 passengers, the largest capacity in Holland America’s fleet. There are four main types of rooms: Interior, Ocean-view, Verandah and Suite, with variations in size, view, amenities and pricing within each type.
Interior cabins range between “standard” (141 square feet) and “large” (284 square feet)—some of these can accommodate four passengers. But more than 80 percent of the accommodations on Nieuw Amsterdam are Ocean-view cabins, most of them with verandah—these start at 169 square feet and run as large as 379 square feet for Deluxe Ocean-view Staterooms. Three different types of suites are also available.
Standard features throughout all cabins are terry cloth bathrobes for use on-board, flat-screen TV and DVD player, complimentary fresh fruit on request and two lower beds that can be converted into one queen-size bed (in Deluxe Verandah and Penthouse suites, the bed is king-size).
There is also a series of Spa Suites on the tenth and eleventh decks—both within the Interior and Ocean-view categories—with added amenities including yoga mats, an iPod docking station and a different room service menu featuring healthier options.
|Cabin Name||Occupancy||Cabin Size||Bed Options||View|
|Ocean View - Large||2 people||169.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin||Ocean View|
|Interior stateroom - Large / Standard||2 people||141.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin||None|
|Deluxe Verandah Suites||2 people||506.00 square feet||King, 2x Twin, Sofa Bed / Futon||Balcony|
|Deluxe Verandah Ocean-view||2 people||213.00 square feet||Ocean View|
|Large Partial Sea Views||2 people||169.00 square feet||Ocean View (Porthole/Limited)|
|Large Fully Obstructed Views||2 people||169.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin||Ocean View (Porthole/Limited)|
|Superior Verandah Suites||2 people||273.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin, Sofa Bed / Futon||Balcony|
|Penthouse Verandah Suites||2 people||1,357.00 square feet||King||Balcony|
|Deluxe SPA Verandah Suite||2 people||506.00 square feet||King, 2x Twin, Sofa Bed / Futon||Balcony|
|Deluxe SPA Verandah Ocean View||2 people||213.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin||Ocean View|
|Large SPA Ocean View||2 people||169.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin||Ocean View|
|Standard SPA Interior||2 people||141.00 square feet||Queen, 2x Twin||None|
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