The deluxe m.s. Amadeus Royal, newly renovated in 2015, features the comforts of a floating luxury hotel. This exclusively chartered ship offers 69 river-view, air-conditioned, spacious, stylishly appointed Suites (237 square feet) and Staterooms (162 square feet). All Suites and select Staterooms feature a French balcony (floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door with iron railing). Each has two twin beds (convertible to one queen bed), a private bathroom with shower (Suites have bathtub with shower), individual climate control, direct dial telephone, flat-screen television, writing desk, safe and hair dryer. Freshly prepared continental meals featuring local ingredients are served in single, unassigned seatings in the delightfully scenic Panorama Restaurant and include early-risers’ coffee, buffet breakfast and lunch, afternoon tea, four-course dinner and late-evening snack. Complimentary house wine and beer are served with lunch and dinner. Inviting public facilities are spacious and include the Panorama Bar, Lido Bar, Amadeus-Club with Internet station, beauty salon, boutique, fitness studio with massage services and early morning exercise classes and Sun Deck with outdoor dipping pool and chess board. Complimentary audio headsets are available for all shore excursions. The ship has an elevator serving all passenger decks except the Sun Deck, and laundry service is available. There is no doctor aboard the ship. The English-speaking, international crew provides warm hospitality. The m.s. Amadeus Royal meets the highest safety standards and is one of the only European river ships to have been awarded the “Green Certificate” of environmental preservation.

Ship Specifications
Language: English
Suites and Staterooms: 69
Accommodations Size: 162 to 237 square feet
Length: 361 feet
Width: 37.5 feet
Built: 2005

The m.s. Amadeus Royal is featured in:

Passage along the Blue Danube:
Transylvania and the Danube Delta to Vienna


Stateroom Category 2


Panorama Restaurant


Panorama Bar


Amadeus-Club

The above Deck Plan is Thomas P. Gohagan & Company's generally used configuration.
Deck Plans may vary slightly by individual travel program.


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