In a day and age when most luxury cruise ships are predominantly all-suite vessels, Crystal Cruises has been unique in offering staterooms as well. This has allowed many to access world-class luxury-level amenities, service, dining and entertainment for a relatively entry-level price point. Of course, there is also a significant difference between cabins and suites onboard.
Onboard the Crystal Symphony, for instance, the base accommodation is a Deluxe Stateroom with Large Picture Window, a 206-square-foot basic layout common to most mainstream cruise ships. Walk in, and a small hallway first leads to a bathroom with dual sinks and a tub/shower combo on the left or the right and then a closet and combined bedroom and living area (pictured above on the left) with a queen-size bed or twin beds adjacent to a couch, small table and desk.
At first, amenities might seem simple, but they actually include complimentary alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages; an hour of free Wi-Fi internet access
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