River Ambassador Cruise Review by avionics67
- Sail Date: October 2016
- Destination: Europe River
- Cabin Type: Standard Stateroom with Window
Once on board the ship one will be wined and dined, pampered, catered to in a way you cannot imagine. My husband remarked after getting on the boat, "I do not have to do anything." Meaning he could just stay on the boat if he chose to and read books, watch out the window or view from the top deck all the great scenery one passes on the Danube, the river traffic, the many towns, villages, and cities one encounters on the cruise.
Meals are not to be missed, a fine buffet at breakfast and at lunch has selections to please, dinner is always a four course feast.The attentiveness of the staff in the dining room is superb. After dinner a trip to the nicely appointed lounge for beverages, entertainment is a great way to end a day of activities.
We highly recommend Uniworld for European river cruises. The two boats we cruised on River Ambassador, and River Beatrice were smaller than other boats, but were a mighty pleasure to sail on, because of the fine crews on these boats. When we boarded the boat in Vienna, one of the persons at the reception desk recognized by husband by name as well as one of the waiters in the dining room as both had been on River Beatrice 2 years ago when last we cruised.
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