Perla: Cabins

Quick Facts

Number of Cabins: 14

Types of Cabin: Standard Single (x1, #6), Standard (x8, #5 & 7-12, 14), Amazonian View (x2, #3, 4), Superior (x3, #1, 2, 13)

Capacity: 28 passengers

Option to Share: No

Interconnectable Cabins: Amazonian View Cabins #3, 4 share a balcony and are interconnectable.

Air-Conditioning: Yes

Bathrooms: Private ensuite facilities in each cabin with towels and toiletries.

Standard Cabins

Size: 151 Sq. Ft. = 14 Sq. Mt. (Standard Single 75 Sq. Ft = 7 Sq. Mt)

Beds: Two twin beds or one queen bed (single bed in Standard Single)

Windows:  Panoramic (except cabins #6 and #14 which have portrait windows)

Balcony: No

Features: Desk, wardrobe, drawers, dresser, hairdryer and amenities basket.

Amazonian View Cabins

Size: 173 Sq. Ft. = 16 Sq. Mt.

Beds: Two twin beds, one queen bed (#4) or two twin beds (#3)

Windows: Picture, Front View

Balcony: Amazonian View Cabins #3, 4 share a balcony

Features: Desk, wardrobe, drawers, dresser, hairdryer and amenities basket.

Superior Cabins

Size: 215 Sq. Ft. = 20 Sq. Mt.

Beds: Two twin beds that can be combined to form a California King bed. Superior Cabins can be set up for triple occupancy with the addition of an extra bed.

Windows: Panoramic

Balcony: No

Features: Desk, wardrobe, drawers, dresser, hairdryer and amenities basket.

Deck Plan

Perla Deck Plan

About Rainforest Cruises

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