AmaBella was built in 2010 to cruise European rivers. The 443-foot vessel has three decks and carries 161 passengers and 49 crew .
AmaBella has 76 cabins and five suites, in nine categories, ranging from 140 square feet single rooms with fixed windows to 350 square feet twin-balcony suites. All cabins have deluxe hotel-style bedding with Egyptian linen, down pillows and duvet, bathroom with multi-jet shower, air-conditioning, personal safe, hairdryer, ample storage space, flat-screen television with on-demand entertainment and free Wi-Fi.
AmaBella’s main restaurant offers an open-seating buffet breakfast (local specialties and American style cuisine), three-course lunch and four-course dinner with complimentary wine. Menus feature locally inspired cuisine as well as traditional offerings. The Chef’s Table is an intimate specialty restaurant where you can watch the chef prepare a lavish dinner paired with wines. Tapas and snacks are available in the Main Lounge between meals. All onboard dining, as well as unlimited wine and beer with lunch and dinner, are included.
AmaBella has a heated pool, a sun deck, a walking track, a golf putting green, a fitness room and a massage and hair salon. Bicycles are available for guests who wish to explore along the rivers, and there is an eclectic schedule of nightly entertainment.
There are no facilities specifically for children on board.
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