Virgin Voyages Cabins

We have now cruised on the Scarlet Lady and Valiant Lady and experienced four different types of cabins. We thought it would be useful to put a Virgin Voyages Cabins post together so you can then contrast and compare these types of cabins and see which would be the best category for you to book.

In this post we include a Standard Sea Terrace, Limited View Sea Terrace, Solo Insider and a Seriously Suite, one of the Rockstar Quarters. We hope you find it useful if considering cruising with Virgin Voyages.


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Scarlet Lady Sea Terrace Cabin 13082Z

We spent 4 nights on board the new Virgin Voyages Scarlet Lady, we booked the cheapest balcony cabin that they have to offer which is called a Sea Terrace. We were allocated Sea Terrace Cabin 13082Z on deck 13 towards the aft of the ship. These cabins have some differences to traditional cruise cabins, in this video we show you actually what the differences are!

Valiant Lady Limited Seaview Terrace Cabin 8274A

We spent 3 nights in 8274A limited seaview terrace cabin on the Valiant Lady cruise ship. Find out what we really liked about this cabin, what we didn’t and why we wouldn’t stay in this cabin ever again!

Scarlet Lady Solo Insider Cabin 11242M

We had the opportunity to have a look around a solo insider cabin on the Scarlet Lady. This cabin was 11242 and located on deck 11 midship. If you are planning to travel solo with Virgin this is a cabin that may or may not suit!

Valiant Lady Seriously Suite Rockstar Quarters Cabin 12219A

Our friends kindly let us have a look around their Seriously Suite Rockstar Quarters Cabin 12219A on the Valiant Lady. When you book a Rockstar cabin it comes with perks, which you can find out all about in Episode 3 of our Valiant Lady cruise vlogs.

Useful Links –

Visit our Virgin Voyages Page here

Scarlet Lady Cruise Vlogs

Scarlet Lady Sea Terrace Cabin Tour and Review

Vist Virgin Voyages Website here

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