Aboard MS Roald Amundsen there are two standard categories of cabin and six categories of suites. Choose from Polar Outside, Arctic Superior and Expedition Suites. Though every stateroom features a comfortable seating area, television, safe, hair dryer, mini-fridge and writing desk there are a number of differences.
Polar Outside cabins are the most basic offering available. Great for those who wish to spend the majority of their time exploring the ship and the shore, Polar Outsides feature a comfortable queen size bed. Arctic Superiors accommodate two to four passengers and are perfect for groups travelling together. Half of the Arctic Superior cabins on MS Roald Amundsen have a balcony. Expedition Suites come in six categories, options include a corner suite without a balcony, large suites with balconies and extra large suites with or without balconies. Deck 9 is entirely dedicated to suites, each with a unique name.
All three restaurants on MS Roald Amundsen are inspired by Nordic and Norwegian heritage. Named after the Norwegian ship chandler and polar expedition supplier, Tinus Aune, Restaurant Aune is the place to be for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For dinner you can choose from a buffet or a set menu for both American and Scandinavian tastes.
Fredheim is MS Roald Amundsen’s informal and social meeting place, named after a 1900s hunting station on Svalbard. The menu in Fredheim has been inspired by street food, so you’ll find everything from Mexican to American cuisine. There’s also a great plant based offering. Lindstrøm, a speciality restaurant named after Adolf Lindstrøm, is where you’ll find Hurtigruten’s famous king crab. Though included for suite passengers, Lindstrøm has a small cover charge.
One of the most eye catching design features on MS Roald Amundsen is her two level indoor and outdoor Observation Deck which wraps around the top of her bow. Hidden behind it, you’ll find the core of the on board experience; the Amundsen Science Center. Packed with state of the art technology, the immersive ‘edutainment’ area is the place for you to mingle with crew and gain a better understanding of the destinations you’re exploring.
The flexible venue features lecture spaces, a small library and speciality areas for workshops in photography, biology and much more. It also the on board HQ for Hurtigruten’s handpicked expedition team. The expedition team lead a range of exciting shore excursions from shore landings to explore historic expedition camps to ice cruising and kayaking trips.
After a full day of adventure, The Explorer Lounge is the perfect spot to relax and reminisce alongside a cocktail. The faux fireplace (complete with a crackling sound to add to the atmosphere) will be ready and waiting to warm you up.
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