Avalon Impression was launched in 2014. It has two full decks of suites with panoramic windows that slide open to transform the living area into an open-air balcony. The 443-foot river vessel cruises the Danube. It on has four decks and carries 164 passengers and 47 crew. English is the onboard language.
There are 16 staterooms and 67 suites aboard Avalon Impression. Royal Suites are 300 square feet, Panorama Suites are 200 square feet and Deluxe Stateroom are 172 square feet. All rooms have air-conditioning, private bathroom with shower, satellite television, telephone, radio, hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers, ample storage, desk, personal safe, mini-bar and L’Occitane bath products.
The spacious, open-seating dining room serves a full buffet breakfast with sparkling wine and a made-to-order egg station, a lunch buffet with carving and pasta stations and four-course dinners featuring local ingredients. Healthy meal options are available and complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks are offered with dinner and lunch. The Sky Bistro offers al fresco dining and the Panorama Bistro serves light lunch and dinner.
The Sky Deck has lounge chairs, shade awnings, a whirlpool and a games area. There is an onboard fitness centre and a hair salon, which also offers manicures. Nightly onboard entertainment includes lectures and movie nights, and cabins have English-speaking TV channels and free movies. There is free Wi-Fi access, a computer area and a well-stocked library. Bicycles and Nordic walking sticks are available for guests to use.
Avalon Waterways does not accept children under eight years of age and there are no special arrangements or activities for children on its ships.
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