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  • Beautifully-designed, sumptuous interiors
  • Friendly, helpful crew
  • Shore excursions and wine with dinner included

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Cabins come in three categories, and there are four suites. Categories 2 and 3 are on the lower deck (Moselle) and have a picture window, while category 1 cabins are on the upper deck (Rhine) and like the suites, have French balconies. Regardless of category, all accommodation has Savoir of England beds, Egyptian cotton sheets, pillow menu, built-in closets, hair dryer, individual climate-control thermostat, direct-dial telephone, ‘infotainment' centre with flat-screen TV and complimentary movies, bathrobes, bottled water, and safe. Marble-lined bathrooms have power showers with L'Occitane en Provence products.

Additional goodies in the suites include a daily fruit and cookie plate, evening canape; slippers; DVD; iPod docking station; Nespresso coffee machine; bathroom towel warmers; refrigerator; bottle of wine upon arrival; morning coffee and tea; continental breakfast; shoe shine; and free laundry service.

Furnishings in all cabins are bold and lavishly luxurious, mixing textures and rich, jewel-like colours of scarlets and turquoises with more subtle bronze and grey. The result is stunning. But there were some elements of style over substance. In my suite, there was no wardrobe space to hang a dress (with an upper and lower rail, the lower one got in the way). So I hung my dress inside the bathroom door on a hook helpfully attached to the full-length mirror. There was no soap dish in the shower, either.

There are no extra berths; although the staterooms are in no way lacking in facilities, there isn't room for a third bed in any. Bring luggage that fits under the bed, as there isn't much spare space unless you opt for a suite.

There aren't any cabins adapted for wheelchair users.



River Ambassador Cabin Reviews 12 Cabin Reviews
   Category 3
August 2013

We had the lowest cabin on the boat. It was a bit small, but tastefully decorated, comfortable with adequate storage. We had a large window (not a porthole). Shower was good, plenty of hot water and pressure the entire time. It was quiet, could not hear neighbors or...continue


   Category 2
June 2013

One word “claustrophobic.” MEN, NO ROOM to STAND to pee! Not to be funny, but I needed to move the toilet paper holder/toilet brush holder into the shower in order to stand in front of the commode. 128 square feet is NOT adequate; this Is NOT...continue


   Cabin 228 and 230
May 2013

Had the French Balcony rooms! High end luxury bedding/pillows/shampoos/lotions. Small rooms, but plenty of storage on the shelves and large closet.

Loved the flat screen TV and movie choices. The bathroom is marble with a walk in shower. Hair dryer is...continue


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Crew: 41
Launched: 1993
Decks: 3
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Passengers: 116
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