Experience a land of unimaginable beauty in style and luxury. Newly refurbished for July 2016, the RV AmaLotus is one of the most luxurious river ships cruising on the Mekong River.
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The Owner’s Suites are the epitome of luxury cruising aboard the RV AmaLotus. Perfect for entertaining in privacy, these incredible suites boast a Panoramic Balcony, a large Outside Balcony Terrace with sun loungers, a second Outside Balcony, an adjoining living room and an entertaining area, a king-size bed and two ensuites, one with a whirlpool spa bath.
Guests in Owner’s Suites will enjoy Gold Butler Service.
Benefits include a packing and unpacking service, the laundering and light pressing of four garments per day, shoe shining, booking of appointments, one spa treatment per person, per cruise, a bottle of Champagne, a fruit platter daily, pre-dinner canapes and tea & coffee service.
Sadec Twin Balcony Suite
The spacious Sadec Twin Balcony Suites are perfectly designed for entertaining, and offer a significantly larger living space. You’ll have plenty of room to relax in your suite at the end of a day’s sightseeing. These suites also feature a large Outside Balcony and indoor Panoramic Balcony.
Guests in Sadec Twin Balcony Suites will enjoy Silver Butler Service. Benefits include the laundering of two garments per day, shoe shining, booking of appointments, one spa treatment per person, per cruise and a fruit platter daily.
Deluxe Twin Balcony Suite Categories: C, B, B+ and A
Representing a meticulously planned progression in design, APT’s exclusive Deluxe Twin Balcony Suites offer guests 226 square feet of floor space and use of both a Panoramic Balcony and an Outside Balcony. Thanks to this spacious layout, you’ll have ample viewpoints to sit back and enjoy the passing scenery.
Adults Only: No kids
Childrens Facilities: None
Gratuities: Gratuities to your Cruise Manager and ship crew are not included in the vacation price. While the amount of these gratuities will depend upon your degree of satisfaction for services received. Gratuities on most vessels, but not all, may be charged on credit card as well as cash.