Built in 2015, RV AmaDara cruises on the Mekong River in Cambodia and Vietnam. The 302-foot river vessel has elegant public areas including two restaurants and a sun deck with swimming pool. All the suites and staterooms have a French balcony and a full size step-out balcony. AmaDara has four decks and carries 124 passengers and 52 crew.
There are 62 staterooms and 14 suites aboard RV AmaDara. Accommodation includes Luxury Suites (502 square feet), Suites (366 square feet) and staterooms (251 square feet), all of which have private twin balconies (French balcony plus a full step-out balcony). All rooms have in-room temperature control, sitting area, deluxe hotel-style bedding, bathrooms with showers (suites also have a bath), writing desk, mini-bar, safe, bathrobe and slippers, in-house telephone, hairdryer, flat-screen television with an in-house movie channel and complimentary bottled water replenished daily.
RV AmaDara’s main dining area is the Mekong Restaurant, which serves Vietnamese, Cambodian and Western specialties. Breakfast is a buffet. For lunch, selections include salads, soups, hot entrées and desserts. Dinner is a multi-course meal. There is also The Chef’s Table, an intimate dining venue serving degustation meals.
RV AmaDara has a fitness room, three spa rooms for massages and treatments, a hair salon and a sun deck with a swimming pool. Onboard entertainment includes folk dances and music performances, culture discussions, theme dinners and piano music.
There are no facilities specifically for children on board.
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