Cabins On Board the Virgin Voyages® ships

Virgin Voyages® offer a wide range of accommodations to suit a range of budgets. From the one-person Solo Insider all the way up to the Mega Rockstar ‘Massive Suite’ complete with on-balcony hot tub jacuzzi and guitars hanging on the walls. Whichever cabin suits your budget you’ll have an amazing time on Virgin Voyages®. Use the VV Insider Cabin Finder tool to find and add information about your individual cabin.

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Mega Rockstar Quarters cabin on Virgin Voyages cruise ships

Mega Rockstar Quarters

Mega Rockstar Suites are the epitome of luxurious living on board, offering the most exclusive, top-tier accommodation. These suites come with privileges such as 24/7 agent service, an unlimited in-room bar, and complimentary parking at PortMiami’s Terminal V. Designed by Tom Dixon, these suites feature large marbled bathrooms with Peek-a-Boo showers, hand-woven terrace hammocks, and outdoor Peek-a-View showers that allow guests to enjoy a moonlit rinse. Learn More about the Mega Rockstar experience.

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Rockstar Quarters cabin on Virgin Voyages cruise ships

Rockstar Quarters

The RockStar Quarters are designed for those who enjoy indulgence and unbounded exploration. These suites, crafted by renowned designer Tom Dixon, feature full-size, fully-stocked bars that encourage guests to savor a seaside drink from the comfort of their suite or while stargazing at the champagne table. The freedom of the entire ship is at your fingertips. Learn More about the Rockstar experience.

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Sea Terrace cabin on Virgin Voyages cruise ships

Sea Terrace

There's nothing quite like enjoying your morning coffee or an early evening red wine overlooking the ocean on your cabin's balcony. Most of Virgin Voyage's balconies feature the unique red hammocks you've doubtless seen all over social media.

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Sea View cabin on Virgin Voyages cruise ships

Sea View

Sea View cabins cater to individuals or couples seeking a serene ocean experience. Equipped with large single beds and nautical-themed window seats, these cabins offer expansive views of the sea, providing a close-up look at the ocean's majesty without the discomfort of wind or mist. There are some quirky offerings in this category including a large cabin that looks directly out of the front of the ship.

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  • ship There are 95 Sea Views on board
  • user They generally sleep 2 sailors
  • kind There are 2 types of Sea View cabins:
Insider cabin on Virgin Voyages cruise ships


The insider cabins don't offer a view out onto the sea but they do offer good value for money if your cabin is just somewhere to lay your head between ports. There are insider options for up to groups of four with the Social Insider or if you're travelling alone; the Solo Insider is perfect.

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Notable Cabins

Cabins With Good Points

  • pro Cabins That Have Extra Space

    These cabin are a little roomier than other cabins in this category. This is normally because they are designated accessible cabins which can only be booked by those that need them and should not be booked simply because of their extra space.

    Other cabins in this list are in parts of the ship like the bulkheads where they have to be larger because of the shape of the overall deck plan.

  • pro Cabins That Have a Larger Balcony

    These cabin’s balconies are larger than the balconies in other cabins in the same category.

  • pro Cabins That Are Close To Elevators / Lifts

    These cabins are close to the elevators or lifts meaning it will take less time to get to and from restaurants, venues and shops on board.

  • pro Cabins That Are Near Pools

    These cabins are very close to the pool areas meaning you can get changed and head to the pool in seconds.

Cabins With Bad Points

  • con Cabins That Have a Metal Balcony Instead of Glass

    These cabins have a metal balcony that will restrict your view of the sea. Some prefer this type of balcony versus the standard clear balcony as it offers a little more privacy while in port.

    Metal Railings on a Sea Terrace Balcony
    The railings of these balconies are made of steel© Photo by VV Insider
  • con Cabins That Are Close To Noisy Operations

    These cabins can be noisy because they are close to parts of the ship that can make a lot of operational noise like restaurant kitchens, the engine room or where the anchor chain is kept.

  • con Cabins That Are Close To Noisy Venues

    These cabins can be noisy because they are close to venues that play music, host shows or become very busy such as the Gym or The Galley.

  • con Cabins That Do Not Have Hammocks

    Unlike most cabins that have a balcony, the balconies of the cabins listed here don’t have the famous red hammocks – this is normally because they are in parts of the ship that means they cannot be installed.

    Although they may not have the famous red hammock. The vast majority of these cabins feature a hanging rattan chair that is bolted to the deck instead.

    Red ratan chair with a person sitting in it
    An example of the red rattan hanging chair© Photo by Virgin Voyages
  • con Cabins That Are in Busy Areas/Corridors

    These cabin are in busy areas such a corridor to a venue or operational area so it may be less private and may be noisy from doors closing or people walking by.

  • con Cabins That Are Far From Elevators / Lifts

    These cabins are far away from the elevators or lifts which means it may take longer to get back and forth from the venues on board.