Holland America Line Announces Fleetwide Suite Enhancements

Holland America Line is hoping to make their onboard suites a little bit “sweeter” with a complete suite refresh and new amenities. From new furniture to exclusive amenities, suite accommodations will soon attain a new level of elegance and luxury.

Each suite throughout the fleet will receive new living room furniture, plush bedding, quartz stone tops, USB outlets, new carpeting, new electronics, and a variety of other small touches to make each suite a true premium experience.

Additionally, suite accommodations will offer new amenities, exclusive to suites, including premium bathrobes, a Bose docking station, binoculars for balcony sightseeing, an in-suite coffee and espresso machine, and complimentary mimosas with in-suite breakfast.

“Our suites are the epitome of luxury and pampering, and the new amenities and upgrades will ensure that our suite guests will continue to enjoy the finest in cruise accommodations,” said Orlando Ashford, Holland America Line’s president. “We have an ongoing program in place to keep our ships looking fresh, but dry-docking gives us an opportunity to take enhancements to the next level to ensure we deliver the elements that make up the Holland America Line cruise experience.”

The refreshed suites are set to debut aboard ms Eurodam on her December 20th sailing from Port Everglades. ms Oosterdam will follow in the debut, unveiling her new suites aboard her April 18th sailing from Civitavecchia. The remaining debut of the new suites will occur with the fleet’s current drydock schedule in the following order: ms Nieuw Amsterdam, ms Westerdam, ms Zuiderdam, and ms Noordam. ms Amsterdam, ms Rotterdam, ms Volendam, and ms Zaandam are expected to receive the suite enhancements in the next few years.

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Mike Faust is an avid world traveler, often found traversing city streets in Asia and Europe rather than his home city of Boca Raton. Mike has touched down in 39 countries, set sail on 35 cruises, and flown over 400,000 lifetime miles.