In the three-level atrium of this ship, a dramatic sculpture of red lacquered metal and blue-green glass constantly changes appearance as fiber optic light reflects through the glass. Passengers dine in the Renaissance-style Rotterdam Dining Room, or they can opt for the 88-seat Marco Polo Restaurant, an Italian bistro. The Frans Hals Show Lounge features rich wood paneling, a multicolored ceiling and brightly colored ceramic vases from Delft, Holland. One of the most unique features is the Culinary Arts Center, a state-of-the-art show kitchen with plasma video screens and cooking display counters -- a must-see for food and wine enthusiasts. View a movie at the Wajang Theater, catch up with current events in the Erasmus Library, or get a massage in the Ocean Spa. A bronze sculpture of leaping dolphins overlooks the Lido pool, which is covered by a retractable glass roof. Nearby is the Lido Restaurant, which features breakfast and lunch buffets. Work off all those wonderful meals on the Sports Deck, which features a jogging track and tennis/volleyball court. The Volendam has a large complement of minisuites with verandas.
$12 for suites and $11.50 per guest, per day for all other staterooms automatically charged to onboard account (amount can be adjusted according to quality of service received). For all sailings departing on or after 12/1/2015, service charges will be increased to $13.50 per guest, per day for suites, and $12.50 per guest, per day for all other staterooms. 15% tip included on beverage orders.