The S.S. Beatrice boasts light woods reminiscent of a yacht, with white and blue finishes throughout. A newly renovated lobby features marble floors, stylish mirrors, an impressive white Murano glass chandelier, and a majestic grand staircase made of nickel and black iron.
The S.S. Beatrice features a newly redesigned lounge with plush sofas and comfy chairs all with hand-made upholstery, a new hand laid parquet floor and upholstered ceiling panels, new solar shades, and USB ports allowing S.S. Beatrice guests to charge where they are sitting. The artwork on board S.S. Beatrice includes stunning pieces from Alexander Calder, Pablo Picasso and Pino Signoretto.
S.S Beatrice Dining Options
There are four dining options on S.S. Beatrice, all inspired by famous Austrian composers, including the ship’s main restaurant named after Mozart. There is a bar and lounge called Wolfgang’s and newly added venues Schubert’s and Max’s.
Guests visiting Max’s restaurant can indulge in cooking classes, creating create local European dishes alongside the ship's chef. Schubert’s is an 18-seater café located at the bow of S.S. Beatrice, serving shared plates from lunch through to to dinnertime.
S.S Beatrice Facilities
- Lounge with full-service bar
- Well-equipped fitness centre
- Serenity River Spa
- Sun Deck
S.S Beatrice Staterooms and Suites
S.S. Beatrice has two new Grand Suites each measuring 310 square feet and a second 390 square foot Royal Suite. Connecting rooms, ideal for friends and families traveling together, have also been added.