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The 174-passenger A-ROSA Stella, built in 2005, offers one of the most inclusive river cruise experiences in European waters. Among the features included in cruise fares are roundtrip air, gratuities, shore ...
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Woodnshoe
Member Since 2016
1 review
0 forum posts
3 helpful votes
I'm not sure why A-rosa is bunked for Americans...in fact, I wondered why more English speaking cruisers weren't on board. The staff all spoke English as well as German (most of the crew were Eastern European) and the service was ... Read more
fireman999
Member Since 2006
4 reviews
58 forum posts
1 helpful vote
When we booked this package in April 2015 it was advertised as starting from Amsterdam on 21st August with an overnight stay in port and departing later the following day - this was exactly what we wanted as this was during Sail Amsterdam ... Read more
Dem920
Member Since 2005
1 review
550 forum posts
2 helpful votes
I wanted to give you an update of our experiences on the Arosa Bella cruise on the Danube. Let me start out that there were 5 of us traveling in 3 cabins. We are all in our late 40's-early 50's. We got a text the night before the cruise ... Read more
europe9191
Member Since 2014
1 review
0 forum posts
0 helpful votes
Sailed July 2014
Overall: I think it is very tricky to try to add Americans to what was once a mainly German cruise line. The announcements were in English and German and all the printed materials were in English and German. We did get an all-English ... Read more
worthing belle
Member Since 2014
1 review
0 forum posts
7 helpful votes
Sailed June 2014
This was our first river cruise in France, and perhaps our last, for reasons below. The ship is well run, with a mix of Germans, Brits and Norwegians. Language was not a problem, but for English announcements were always a follow-up to ... Read more
CJN1946
Member Since 2014
1 review
0 forum posts
1 helpful vote
We had very favourable impressions in entering the small "lobby" with shop display, reception desk, and staircases aft to the sleeping quarters, forward to dining room and lounges, and below to gym and sauna. The ship for its size was very ... Read more
slk230red
Member Since 2005
1 review
595 forum posts
1 helpful vote
I just returned from the A-Rosa Stella Provence river cruise (sailing on Saone and Rhone rivers), August 2013. The all-inclusive cruise experience was great! The cruise included a wide range of ages from 30-80 yrs -- several 30-40 year ... Read more
antarcticacruiser
Member Since 2006
4 reviews
1 forum post
2 helpful votes
All of the river cruise offerings in Europe are good- very good in fact. They occupy a niche akin to the likes of Azamara or Oceania, if one wanted to reference ocean-going ship experiences. The components are straight forward, as the ... Read more

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