The bed was really nice! Photo: Kristofer Scheiderbauer.

Last cruise left with Viking Line and their Helsinki ships Mariella. As always, I find it fun to tell about everything I experienced and now we have come to the cabin we had.

Last time I crossed with Mariella we had several different cabins on the trip, among them a suite. This time we also had a suite but another one which of course was exciting! In total there are 15 different cab categories on board, from simple budget cabins without windows to newly renovated Seaside Comfort and Seaside Premium.

Interior design and "extras"

It is always equally exciting to experience the best the Baltic Sea has to offer, here in the form of an 40 square meter cabin with hall, bedroom with desk to the right and living room with sofa bed and armchairs, desk and TV to the left and two windowed toilets (one with shower).

It has to be like brown though ... there were more than four shades ... Photo: Kristofer Scheiderbauer.
The living area is really spacious. Photo: Kristofer Scheiderbauer.
Here's how the bathroom looked, lovely with windows here too. Photo: K. Scheiderbauer.
The suite also had an extra, separate toilet. Photo: Kristofer Scheiderbauer.

Upon arrival, a large fruit platter was waiting, and that in all the better cabins, of course, there was a free bar; here with beer, soft drinks, water and an 75 cl bottle of the ship's sparkling wine Mezza.

Fruit platter yes, but no chocolate. Photo: Kristofer Scheiderbauer.

Viking Line also offers a toiletry bag with body and hair products in the better cabins, produced by Rituals.

Premium Breakfast

Another nice thing that is included when staying in the Premium cabins and suites, is the Premium Breakfast in the à la carte restaurant. This, of course, puts extra gold on the cruise!

A corner of the Food Garden, Mariellas á la carte restaurant. Photo: Heidi Rovén.

The range was good with plenty of cold as well as hot alternatives, yogurt, lots of toppings, breads, herring, rum and skagen stirrer. Omelet, sausage, pie pieces and pancake as well as my favorite Karelian pirog (dry as a crust the first morning, perfect next).

A dose of vitamin c was no problem to get at this breakfast ... Photo: Heidi Rovén
Lovely with freshly baked bread of various kinds - and croissants are a must for a luxury breakfast. Photo: Heidi Rovén
The breakfast has long rows of cold cuts and cold cuts. Photo: Heidi Rovén
The pie with spinach was very good. Photo: Heidi Rovén

There were also print cake, pastry, cakes as well as juices and of course coffee / tea. If you wanted more luxurious specialty coffee it was also included (love it!) And it was just to order one and two espresso if you wanted ... probably they had not said no to a third either!

A little "breakfast dessert" also went down. 😉 Photo: Heidi Rovén
My dream breakfast: salmon / shrimp, Karelian pie with egg butter, omelette ... and espresso! Photo: Heidi Rovén.

Breakfast on the bed - an opportunity

Anyone who really wants to snuggle in the cab and pull himself can also order their luxury breakfast to the cabin. Then you have to say the night before, before 22 I think it was. Getting their breakfast served in the cabin we have tested at Cinderella but this time we did not do so.

Inviting, right? Photo: Kristofer Scheiderbauer.

If you want to get a more sweeping and vibrant impression of the cab, you should check out our little 50 second movie on instagram (@ seafun.se). 🙂

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