Iceland and Svalbard — Reykjavik to Tromso

Silver Wind luxury expedition cruise ship
Silver Wind
240 Passengers

Be on the lookout for Iceland’s fabled wildlife – including 13 different species of duck – as you sail into the Arctic on this voyage. Watch out for whales as you wend your way past majestic red Devonian sandstone mountains into the fjordic paradise of Svalbard. Enjoy Zodiac cruises looking for the icon of the North, aka the emblematic polar bear and, weather permitting, enjoy shore walks and kayak outings along the rugged coastline.

Brief Itinerary

Day 1 Reykjavik, Iceland
Day 2 Grundarfjorudur
Day 3 Sudureyri / Bolungarvik
Day 4 Siglufjordur
Day 5 Husavik
Day 6 At Sea
Day 7 Jan Mayen Island, Norway
Day 8 At Sea
Days 9 & 10 Svalbard Southern Region
Days 11 to 13 Svalbard Southern Region
Day 14 Cruise & Explore Bear Island
Day 15 Skarsvag (Nordkapp) / Gjesvarstappan Islands
Day 16 Tromso, Norway

Day 1 ― Reykjavik, Iceland

Sprawling Reykjavík, the nation's nerve center and government seat, is home to half the island's population. On a bay overlooked by proud Mt. Esja (pronounced eh-shyuh), with its ever-changing hues, Reykjavík presents a colorful sight, its concrete houses painted in light colors and topped by vibrant red, blue, and green roofs. In contrast to the almost treeless countryside, Reykjavík has many tall, native birches, rowans, and willows, as well as imported aspen, pines, and spruces.Reykjavík's name comes from the Icelandic words for smoke, reykur, and bay, vík. In AD 874, Norseman Ingólfur Arnarson saw Iceland rising out of the misty sea and came ashore at a bay eerily shrouded with plumes of steam from nearby hot springs. Today most of the houses in Reykjavík are heated by near-boiling water from the hot springs. Natural heating avoids air pollution; there's no smoke around.

Day 2 ― Grundarfjorudur

As double acts go, Kirkjufellsfoss Waterfall and Kirkjufell Mountain are hard to beat. Said to be Iceland's most photographed spot, the perfectly symmetrical mountain taper of Kirkjufell complements the roaring waterfall, and is said to be the most photographed spot in Iceland. That's a bold claim, considering the country's abundance of natural assets, but this natural duo is an undeniably unique and mesmerizing sight. Occasionally, as the sun fades away, a stunning trio is formed, with the northern lights dancing overhead, casting its ethereal green haze over the scene below. Reach the stirring views with a short walk from Grundarfjorudur town, or head out into the wilderness on horseback, along well-trampled bridleways. The mountain is known as Church Mountain, due to its isolated peak, which pierces the sky like a spire. You might recognize it as a 'mountain shaped like an arrowhead', however, which is how it was described during its Game of Thrones cameo. In Grundarfjorudur itself, fishing boats gently bob amid the dramatic, snow-flecked mountain scenery. With whales cruising the fjords and eagles diving overhead, you're also at the center of some of Iceland's most spectacular and atmospheric wildlife. As a highlight of Iceland's glorious, cinematic scenery, Grundarfjorudur is sure to whet your appetite for Iceland's immense natural beauty.

Day 3 ― Sudureyri / Bolungarvik

Sudureyri is a typical small fishing village in Iceland’s Westfjords at the entrance of Sugandafjord. Unlike most other fishing villages that date back hundreds of years Sudureyri was only started in the early 20th century and has some 270 inhabitants. As the Sugandafjord is surrounded by high mountains the only way to safely reach Sudureyri used to be by boat. Since the village has been connected to the outside world by tunnel (opened only in 1996) it has been visited by those interested in angling and fishing for cod and halibut in the fjord and open water. Just east of the village is the Lagoon an area that has been dammed off. Cod has been released into the lagoon and visitors are encouraged to feed the fish -this actually is considered the village’s main attraction. The cod can easily return to open waters via a pipe place under the dyke’s road but many seem to like being fed.

Although the Hornstrandir Nature Reserve is further north across the Isarfjardardjup, Bolungarvik is Westfjords’ and Iceland’s northernmost town. Despite its relative isolation, Bolungarvik has been settled for hundreds of years and is already mentioned in the settlement period of Iceland. Located next to rich fishing grounds and the cove of the same name, Bolungarvik has always been a place for fishermen and one of the town’s attractions is a replica of an old fishing station. Just to the northwest is Bolafjall Mountain which blocks off the wind and swell from the Atlantic Ocean. The view from the top (at 2,100 ft / 640 m above sea level) not only covers Bolungarvik and the surrounding valleys and mountains, but several fjords and the Hornstrandir Nature Reserve. Although only 950 residents call Bolungarvik their home, this is the Westfjords’ second largest town. There even is a nine hole golf course (par 71) with 18 sets of tees.

Day 4 ― Siglufjordur

A tiny town in the scenic north of Iceland, cosseted away by a jagged wall of mountain peaks, Siglufjordur is an isolated gem. With just over a thousand residents, Siglufjordur takes its name from the glassy fjord that stretches out nearby. Iceland's northernmost town, only a single-lane road tunnel, bored through the snow-capped mountains, provides a land link with the rest of the country. This evocative remoteness appealed to dark Nordic Noir writers - and the town has found recent fame as the star of the TV show Trapped. A much warmer welcome awaits you in real life than in fiction - fortunately. Siglufjordur is a historic Atlantic capital of herring fishing, and you can learn of the industry that gave the town its raison d'etre, and powered Iceland's economy at the award-winning Herring Era Museum. The biggest maritime-themed museum in Iceland, it spreads across three buildings and covers every element of the town's relationship with its fishing waters - from expedition to preparation and preservation. While the industry has dried up since its heyday, wander to the harbor for views of the pretty town's cherry and lemon colored former warehouses. Swirling seagulls look for offcuts, while fishermen sandpaper and varnish tiny vessels. Take a boat out around the scenic fjord, or embark on lengthy hikes out and above this romantically isolated outpost. The sounds of beautiful duo vocal harmonies and accordions are often heard echoing along the streets, and the Folk Music Museum is an enchanting look into quaint, rural Icelandic culture. The Folk Music Festival causes the town's population to swell dramatically, as visitors make for these picturesque shores to play and perform each year.

Day 5 ― Husavik

There's simply nowhere better than Husavilk - the European capital of whale watching - for getting up close and personal with the majestic giants of the ocean. Feel the awe as whales breach the waves around you, before gulping in air and plunging away with almighty tale flicks. Pretty Husavik is framed by the majestic Húsavíkurfjall mountain, which swells up behind, creating a stunning backdrop for the town's tiny wooden warehouses, cherry red houses and undulating fishing ships. The little wooden church has been a beacon of light, guiding tired fishermen back to the shores of Iceland's oldest settlement, since 1907. Let the wind rip through your hair and the sea speckle your face, as you ride waves out among the region's almighty marine creatures, who throw their weight around so spectacularly. Sail among gentle giants in Shaky Bay, spotting humpbacks, minke whales and the world's biggest – blue whales. You may also see teams of smaller white-beaked dolphins skipping across the waves, displaying the full range of acrobatic skills. The town's whale museum is an interesting journey through Iceland's relationship with the sea giants, while its restaurants serve up local specialities – taste juicy reindeer burger and plokkfiskur, a buttery mash of local fish. Hikes and horseback rides into the surrounding countryside can take you up around Lake Botnsvatn, to views down from the slopes of the Húsavíkurfjall - where purple spired lupin flowers spill down amongst the emerald slopes. From the summit, look out over views of the bay, reaching out to the crumpled snowy peaks beyond. Or feel the full force of this land of natural power, at Dettifloss Waterfall, one of Europe's most powerful, thrashing flumes.

Day 6 ― At Sea

Days at sea are the perfect opportunity to relax, unwind and catch up with what you’ve been meaning to do. So whether that is going to the gym, visiting the spa, whale watching or catching up on your reading, these blue sea days are the perfect balance to busy days spent exploring shore side.

Day 7 ― Jan Mayen Island, Norway

Jan Mayen is an isolated Norwegian island halfway between Iceland and Svalbard. The most prominent feature on the island is the snow-covered volcano Beerenberg and its ice cap. Although the island and surrounding sea have been used for whaling and sealing, the only people living on the island now are members of the Norwegian Armed Forces and of the Meteorological Station on Jan Mayen’s southeastern side. During a nature walk leading up to the station and the long black sandy beach on the eastern shore several plant and bird species can be seen. The island is an important bird area because of Northern Fulmars, Brünnich’s and Black Guillemots and Little Auks nesting there.

Days 9 & 10 ― Svalbard Northern Region

Svalbard’s northern region is less influenced by the Norwegian Current coming through the Greenland Sea than the southern region and shows more ice. The northern part of the island of Spitsbergen shows quite a number of impressive fjords, bays and glaciers. The Nordaust Svalbard Nature Reserve includes Spitsbergen’s east coast, the Hinlopen Strait, Nordaustlandet and some islands further east like Kvitoya and Storoya. Several walrus haul-outs, spectacular glaciers, bird cliffs and bird islands, as well as surprising flora in Arctic deserts and the possibility to see polar bears and to visit historically important sites make this an area rife for exploration. Ice conditions will dictate which sites can be seen.

Days 11 to 13 ― Svalbard Southern Region

Svalbard’s Southern Region and specifically Spitsbergen’s west coast is less ice-clogged than the rest of Svalbard due to the moderating influenced of the Gulf Stream. Several fjords cut into the western coast of Spitsbergen and have been used by trappers and hunters, as well as the different mining companies that tried to exploit the riches of the archipelago’s largest island of Spitsbergen. Remains of huts and mines, as well as active commercial and scientific settlements can be found and visited. Depending on the time of the season, glaciers can be visited on foot or by sea. Hornsund will reveal fascinating views of geological formations, craggy mountains, spectacular glaciers and a variety of seabirds and seals.

Day 14 ― Cruise & Explore Bear Island

Bear Island is considered Svalbard’s southernmost island, roughly half way between Spitsbergen and Norway’s North Cape. Although the last polar bears were seen in 2004, the name goes back to Dutch explorer Willem Barentsz and his visit in 1596. The island has been used to hunt walrus, for whaling, and even coal mining has taken place. The strategic location on the border of the Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea has led to a meteorological station being set up by Norway near Gravodden on Bear Island’s north coast. Some two thirds of the island is a relatively flat plain with shallow freshwater lakes and Ramsar Wetland, while the entire island and the surrounding waters are a Nature Reserve. Bear Island has also been designated an Import Bird Area as it is a staging area for Pink-footed and Barnacle Geese and the steep cliffs south of Sørhamna are home to thousands of breeding seabirds. This is a specially protected area where Zodiacs are allowed to cruise along the cliffs around Kapp Kolthoff. In smaller amounts Atlantic Puffins, Northern Gannets, Glaucous Gulls and Great Skuas are found in between the large Black-legged Kittiwake, Little Auk, Common Guillemot and Brünnich’s Guillemot colonies. The constant battering of the sea has not only created impressive sea caves and tunnels, but unfortunately the Russian vessel Petrozavodsk shipwrecked near Revdalen at the base of the limestone cliffs and the waves are causing a continuous disintegration of the remains of the ship.

Day 15 ― Skarsvag (Nordkapp) / Gjesvarstappan Islands

For those who like to travel far (very far) off the beaten track, then you have found your Nordic nirvana in Skarsvag. Large, sparsely populated (there are just 60 human year round residents), and a joy to all those who revel in stark, unbridled beauty, Skarsvag also enjoys the auspicious title of being the world’s most northerly fishing village. But rolling hills, prolific birdlife and arctic fjords aside, Skarsvag is above all famous for its proximity to the North Cape. Found on the island of Magerøya, the most northernmost point of Europe above the arctic circle is a bucket list basic. Stand beneath the massive metal globe and gaze out onto the Barents Sea, where the only land between you and the North Pole is the Svalbard archipelago. This is truly the land of the midnight sun – in fact, you are so far north that the sun doesn’t even dip beneath the horizon between May and mid-July. The island’s famous bird cliffs are quite spectacular, and home to thousands of puffins, gannets and cormorants. Those willing to hike to cape Knivskjellodden, the northernmost point on Magerøya, will be rewarded with stunning cliff face views of the North Cape Plateau. Before leaving, head into the impressive North Cape Hall for exhibitions on the North Cape’s history. Travelers have been visiting since 1664, when Italian priest Francesco Negri arrived, so there are some tales to tell! More intriguingly, a tunnel has been hewn into the rock, leading down to the cliff face, complete with a chapel.

Almost a hundred islands and rocks make up the Gjesvӕrstappan Nature Reserve, one of Europe’s largest and most accessible nesting areas for Atlantic seabirds. Less than 10 nautical miles from Nordkapp more than one million nesting birds have been counted on Storstappen, the largest of the islands, and the minor islands next to it. One of the most significant Atlantic Puffin colonies in North Norway is found in this nature reserve. Zodiacs are the best way to look for the Atlantic Puffins, Razorbills, Black and Common Guillemots, Northern Gannets, White-tailed Eagles, and Arctic Skuas, Common Eider Ducks, Common Shags and Great Cormorants as well as various other species.

Day 16 ― Tromso, Norway

Feel your heart flutter, as you catch your first glimpse of that famous emerald haze dancing across the stars, during your visit to this wonderful Arctic gateway. Located in the far north of Norway, a visit to Tromso beckons you to the extremes of this magical country, to explore a fairytale land of jagged mountains, glistening glaciers and husky-pulled sledges. Despite its remote location, you'll discover a perhaps surprisingly cosmopolitan city, with a healthy student population injecting plenty of energy. Sat 250 miles above the Arctic Circle - at 69° north - you can bathe in the midnight sun's glow during summer, before winter brings the thick blackness and starry skies of endless polar nights. The darkness doesn't stop the fun - with a polar night half-marathon taking place in January - but the return of the sun is always a reason for a celebration here. To get the best view over the city, take the cable car to Storsteinen's amazing viewpoint. Magnificent views down over the city, fjord and Tromso's arching bridge will unravel before you. Learn more about northerly traditions, polar expeditions and arctic hunting at the Polar Museum. The Science Center, meanwhile, explains how humans have harnessed and survived these epic landscapes over the years, and explores Tromso's breathtaking natural spectacle - the northern lights. The city is famed for its extraordinary viewing opportunities, which are often said to be the best in the world. The Alpine Botanic Garden is the most northern such garden on the planet, showcasing some of Norway's hardiest plantlife, which survives and thrives at this nose-bleeding altitude.

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Owner's Suite
The Owner’s Suite is available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two bedrooms by adjoining with a Vista Suite so you can enjoy your luxury cruise in style. The name says it all. A stylish apartment. Prestigious and classic. For those who seek the superlative level of space, comfort and service on board.
Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional large picture window • Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area • Separate dining area • Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed • Marble bathroom with separate bath and shower; bedroom two has additional marble bathroom with walk-in shower • Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe • Bose® audio system • Radio/alarm with iPod docking station • Illy® Espresso machine • Direct-dial telephone(s) • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences • Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows • Plush robes and slippers • Choice of European bath amenities • Vanity table(s) with hair dryer • Writing desk(s) with personalized stationery • Unlimited Premium Wifi • Flat screen TV(s) • Laundry service throughout the voyage • Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage • Special chocolate welcome • Afternoon canapés upon request • Dinner at officer’s table • Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage • Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment • Complimentary interactive mobile content
1 Bedroom: 587 Sq Ft / 55 m² [Including Veranda (89 Sq Ft / 8 m²)]
2 Bedroom: 827 Sq Ft / 77 m² [Including Veranda (89 Sq Ft / 8 m²)]

   Grand Suite
The Grand Suite is available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two bedroom by adjoining with a Veranda Suite. Expertly designed and exquisitely appointed. The Grand Suite is ideal for entertaining friends or enjoying a quiet dinner “at home”.
Two teak verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional veranda • Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area • Separate dining area • Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed • Marble bathroom with full-sized bath; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with walk-in shower • Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe • Bose® audio system • Radio/alarm with iPod docking station • Illy® Espresso machine • Direct-dial telephone(s) • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences • Plush robes and slippers • Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows • Choice of European bath amenities • Vanity table(s) with hair dryer • Writing desk(s) with personalized stationery • Unlimited Premium Wifi • Flat screen TV(s) • Laundry service throughout the voyage • Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage • Special chocolate welcome • Afternoon canapés upon request • Dinner at officer’s table • Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage • Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment • Complimentary interactive mobile content
1 Bedroom: 1,019 Sq Ft / 95 m² [Including Veranda (145 Sq Ft / 14 m²)]
2 Bedroom: 1,314 Sq Ft / 122 m² [Including Veranda (194 Sq Ft/18.5 m²)]
  

Royal Suite
The Royal Suite is available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two bedroom by adjoining with a Veranda Suite. Stately, commanding and majestic. Perfect for entertaining. The Royal Suite lives up to its name. Enough living space to roam. The pinnacle of good living.
Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional veranda • Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area • Separate dining area • Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed • Marble bathroom with full-sized bath; bedroom two has additional marble bathroom with walk-in shower • Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe • Bose® audio system • Radio/alarm with iPod docking station • Illy® Espresso machine • Direct-dial telephone(s) • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences • Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows • Plush robes and slippers • Choice of European bath amenities • Vanity table(s) with hair dryer • Writing desk(s) with personalized stationery • Unlimited Premium Wifi • Flat screen TV(s) • Laundry service throughout the voyage • Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage • Special chocolate welcome • Afternoon canapés upon request • Dinner at officer’s table • Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage • Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment • Complimentary interactive mobile content
1 Bedroom: 736 Sq Ft / 69 m² [Including Veranda (126 Sq Ft / 12 m²)]
2 Bedroom: 1,031 Sq Ft / 96 m² [Including Veranda (175 Sq Ft/16.5 m²)]

   Silver Suite
The Silver Suite is ideal for those wanting more space. Stylish and sophisticated. Separate dining and living rooms, larger verandas, and situated midship. Perfection in design for comfortable living. Silver Suites can accommodate three guests.
Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors • Living room (with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest) • Sitting area • Separate dining area • Twin beds or queen-sized bed • Two marble bathrooms: marble bathroom one with a full-sized bath and marble bathroom two with a walk-in shower • Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe • Bose® audio system • Radio/alarm with iPod docking station • Illy® Espresso machine • Direct-dial telephone(s) • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences • Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows • Plush robes and slippers • Choice of European bath amenities • Vanity table(s) with hair dryer • Writing desk(s) with personalized stationery • Unlimited Premium Wifi • Flat screen TV(s) • Special chocolate welcome • Afternoon canapés upon request • Dinner at officer’s table • Complimentary interactive mobile content • Laundry service throughout the voyage • Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage
581 Sq Ft / 54 m² [Including Veranda (92 Sq Ft / 8 m²)]
note: Silver Suites can accommodate three guests
   Medallion Suite
The Medallion Suite is a mark of distinction. Sumptuous and spacious. Rich textures and panoramic views surround you with distinguished luxury.
Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors (Suites 801–804 only) • Three large picture windows providing panoramic ocean views (Suite 741 only) • Living room with sitting area • Separate dining area (Suite 741 only) • Twin beds or queen-sized bed • Marble bathroom with walk-in shower (Suite 741 has a bath and a separate shower) • Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe • Radio/alarm with iPod docking station • Direct-dial telephone • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences • Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows • Plush robes and slippers • Choice of European bath amenities • Vanity table(s) with hair dryer • Writing desk(s) with personalized stationery • Unlimited Premium Wifi • Flat screen TV(s) • Complimentary interactive mobile content • Laundry service throughout the voyage • Special chocolate welcome • Afternoon canapés upon request • Dinner at Officer’s Table
Suites 801-804: 441 Sq Ft / 41 m² [Including Veranda (125 Sq Ft / 12 m²)]
Suites 527, 627 723: 517 Sq Ft / 48 m² [Including Veranda (92 Sq Ft / 8 m²)]
Suite 741: 667 Sq Ft / 62 m² [No Veranda]
   Deluxe Veranda Suite
The Deluxe Veranda Suite offers unbeatable views. Spacious and welcoming. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto a furnished private teak veranda. Each spectacular sunset feels like it is yours alone. The Deluxe Veranda Suite offers a preferred central location with identical accommodation to a Veranda Suite.
Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors • Twin beds or queen-sized bed • Sitting Area • Marble bathroom with walk-in shower • Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe • Radio/alarm with iPod docking station • Direct-dial telephone • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences • Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows • Plush robes and slippers • Choice of European bath amenities • Vanity table(s) with hair dryer • Writing desk(s) with personalized stationery • Unlimited Standard Wifi • Flat screen TV(s) • Complimentary interactive mobile content
295 Sq Ft / 27 m² [Including Veranda (49 Sq Ft / 4.5 m²)]
   Classic Veranda Suite
The Classic Veranda Suite is spacious and welcoming. Veranda suites offer floor-to-ceiling glass doors which open onto a furnished private teak veranda. Each spectacular sunset feels like it is yours alone. Some Veranda Suites accommodate three guests.
Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors • Twin beds or queen-sized bed • Sitting area • Marble bathroom with walk-in shower • Radio/alarm with iPod docking station • Direct-dial telephone • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences • Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows • Plush robes and slippers • Choice of European bath amenities • Vanity table(s) with hair dryer • Writing desk(s) with personalized stationery • Unlimited Standard Wifi • Flat screen TV(s) • Complimentary interactive mobile content
295 Sq Ft / 27 m² [Including Veranda (49 Sq Ft / 4.5 m²)]
note: Some Veranda Suites can accommodate three guests
   Vista Suite
Vista Suites provide a quiet sanctuary to escape to on your cruise. The sitting area has plenty of room to relax. Large picture windows frame panoramic ocean views. The perfect backdrop for breakfast in bed. Vista Suites can accommodate three guests.
Large picture window providing panoramic ocean views • Twin beds or queen-sized bed • Sitting area • Marble bathroom with walk-in shower • Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe • Radio/alarm with iPod docking station • Direct-dial telephone • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences • Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows • Plush robes and slippers • Choice of European bath amenities • Vanity table(s) with hair dryer • Writing desk(s) with personalized stationery • Unlimited Standard Wifi • Flat screen TV(s) • Complimentary interactive mobile content
240 Sq Ft / 22 m² (Suite 738: 325 Sq Ft / 30 m²)
note: Vista Suites can accommodate three guests

All suites feature:
• Butler service
• Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences
• BVLGARI® bath amenities, plus a choice of other European brands
• Plush bathrobe and slippers
• Personalised stationery
• Complimentary Wifi for all suites
• Direct-dial telephone(s)