Staterooms on the MS Eurodam are elegant and traditional, providing just enough amenities to ensure a comfortable journey without being overly complicated. Nearly 70% of the ship’s 1,052 staterooms have a private balcony, and with an average size of 175 square feet for interior staterooms, they are particularly spacious compared to other cruise lines. Three classes of suites provide larger staterooms, more amenities, and access to the exclusive Neptune Lounge, and an additional category of spa cabins provides healthy dining options, luxurious bath amenities, and close proximity to the spa facilities.
Dining & Gastronomy
Dining is one of the highlights of the MS Eurodam. With six included dining options and four for-fee restaurants, even the most picky passengers will find something to satisfy them. Start the day off with a leisurely full breakfast in the Rembrandt Dining Room, where you’ll find everything from fluffy pancakes and hearty scrambles to light choices such as cereal, yogurt and fresh fruit. Grab a quick bite at the Dive-In Grill or New York Pizza place for lunch, then enjoy a luxurious dinner at the Pinnacle Grill, where you’ll find gourmet steaks and local seafood. Additionally, Holland America cruises keep the tradition of afternoon tea alive, perfect for an afternoon pick-me-up or an excuse to savor a sweet treat.
Dining on the MS Eurodam is particularly accommodating of different dietary requirements, with a variety of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options at most restaurants.
Entertainment and Activities
Primarily focused on an audience of mature adults, the entertainment on the MS Eurodam revolves around classical music and retro entertainment. The most popular show is Billboard Onboard, where dueling pianos play chart-topping hits from different eras. Audience members are encouraged to sing along and request their favorite songs. A close second is the B.B. King Blues Club, a live music venue playing the best in Motown, funk and soul that turns into a dance club late at night. The Lincoln Center Stage provides a more formal, concert-hall vibe. Here, classical music concerts and live chamber music performances take place throughout the evening.
No cruise ship is complete without a swimming pool, and the MS Eurodam has two: the Lido pool, with its retractable roof and rentable cabanas, and the Sea View pool, an adults-only oasis perfect for laying in the sun and watching the waves go by.
Passengers onboard the MS Eurodam can expect a casual dress code during the day with a slightly more formal standard at night. Shorts and jeans are common during the daytime, with most passengers wearing long pants and button shirts or skirts and blouses in the evening. Longer cruises will typically have two or more Gala Nights, where there is no upper limit to how formal you can dress. Some passengers go all-out with fine tuxedos and ballroom gowns, while others keep it more traditional with suits, sports jackets and cocktail dresses.