A comfortable place to end your active day and begin each morning
National Geographic Sea Lion accommodates 62 guests in 31 cabins. All accommodations are outside facing with one or two windows, and the cabins on the upper and bridge decks open to the outside deck. Double-occupancy cabins include two single beds, and some category three cabins feature two lower single beds that can be converted to a double bed, plus a pullout single bed for a third person.
Your room is a comfortable space to end your active day, with organic cotton duvets and crisp cotton sheeting. Attentive hotel staff will transform your room while you’re out hiking or exploring, so you can return to a cool, welcoming space.
Comfort & convenience, standard in every room
Every cabin has Wi-Fi access, temperature controls, and is stocked with botanically inspired hair products, soap, and shower gel, plus a hairdryer. Beneath every bed is space to store luggage, and each cabin has one or two closets plus drawers under the beds. A speaker in your cabin is tuned to the microphone in the ship’s lounge. You can listen to evening presentations while sorting photos on your laptop. Leave your public address turned on overnight if you’d like to be alerted to any sightings that might occur during the hours before breakfast, or simply turn it off if you’d like to sleep peacefully through the morning’s activities.
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