Holland America Adds Pillow Upgrades

Holland America Line is upgrading its Mariner's Dream stateroom experience in its premium-class suites with a variety of pillows. The new pillows will come in three comfort levels—Support, Soothe and Soft. They'll be available in all suites aboard the line's fleet of 13 ships by the end of July. The Support type includes firm fiber pillows designed for extra support. Soothe pillows are medium cluster fiber pillows designed for soothing, simple comfort. Soft pillows are 100 percent goose down, designed for the ultimate relaxation. The new pillows will be available to guests staying in verandah suites, superior verandah suites, deluxe verandah suites and penthouse verandah suites. Each suite will have a minimum of two pillows from each of the three comfort levels for a total of six pillows, while eight pillows will adorn king beds in deluxe verandah suites and penthouse verandah suites. Upon embarkation, a pillow display card will introduce suite guests to the attributes of each pillow type and the layout configuration of the pillows. Guests may elect to exchange the pillows to perfectly match their preference.

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