Launched in 2011 and refurbished in 2016, RV AmaLotus cruises the Mekong River in Vietnam and Cambodia. The 300-foot vessel boasts a large sun deck with pool and an APT exclusive restaurant, Indochine by Luke Nguyen. It has three decks and carries 108 passengers and 50 crew.
RV AmaLotus has 54 suites, ranging from 226 and 290 square feet suites with twin balconies to two 624 square feet Owner’s Suites with twin balconies and terraces. All suites have climate control and spacious ensuites with a hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers and toiletries.
The main dining room is the Mekong Restaurant, which serves Vietnamese, Western and Cambodian cuisine. Breakfast and lunch are buffets with selections of hot entrees, soups, salads and desserts. For dinner, multi-course meals are served. Complimentary beer and wine are provided for lunch and dinner. Exclusive to APT, Indochine by Luke Nguyen promises an “intimate culinary journey of exceptional Vietnamese cuisine” for 16 guests in the private dining room. Le Viêt Nam Café serves afternoon tea.
AmaLotus has a large sun deck with a pool and the Lotus Spa & Wellness Centre, which offers hair and beauty treatments, massages and gym equipment. Evening entertainment is provided in the Saigon Lounge & Bar.
There are no facilities specifically for children on board.
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