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AmaDolce Overview

The sleek ms AmaDolce offers comforts and amenities one would expect on a larger vessel. This ship features 75 river-view staterooms; most have floor-to-ceiling windows with a French balcony to let in fresh air. Guests will discover bright and airy public areas such as the two lounges, delicious cuisine at the open seating dining room and an intimate spa/beauty salon. Enjoy the outdoor air and beautiful 360-degree views from the Sun Deck, take a stroll on the walking track or relax in the outdoor hot tub. Along with complimentary high speed internet and WiFi, guided bicycle tours at stops along the river and attentive staff the AmaDolce will offer guests an enjoyable way to explore Europe.

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AmaDolce Ship Stats

  • Price:
    $$$$
  • Size: S
  • Total Passengers: 148
  • Total Crew: 41
  • Crew to Passenger Ratio: 3.61
  • Built: Jan 2009
  • Number of Decks: 4
  • Total Cabins: 0
  • Cabin Categories: 8
  • Gross Tonnage: 114,500
  • Length: 360
  • Beam: 38

AmaDolce Cabins

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Oceanview Cabin Oceanview
Avg. Size: 174 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $520 per night
Suite Cabin Suite
Avg. Size: 255 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $840 per night

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5 AmaDolce Reviews

Wonderful Cruise by gleasonscp

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

The experience on Ama Waterways Ama Dolce was wonderful. From the comfortable wired cabins to the exquisite food we were delighted. The local guides for each (included) tour were all excellent. We highly recommend this cruise.

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4.8

Amazing!! by Bonmarche

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Singles/Friends

The ship is typical of a river cruise ship. The rooms on the lower deck are a little upscale from other river cruises we've taken. For example; on the other cruise, the lower rooms had two "couches" that flipped into beds. On this ship, we actually had a bed. It could be turned into 2 twins if you wanted, but it was a real bed. It was comfortable The air conditioner worked very well. The bathroom was nice. It even had a close-up mirror. Unfortunately, the lighting in the bathroom was poor. It was situated too far from the sink, so it was sort of behind you, That made it hard to actually see if your lipstick was on straight. The ship has a fitness center and hot tub. There are also bikes you can take out and explore the places on your own, or with an included shore excursion. Every port we visited included one or more shore excursions. I don't mean the quick walk to the city center and back. I mean, go for a 2-hour walk or bike ride and hear all about the history and modern life of the city accompanied by tastes and sips of local specialties. Or, a visit to a Chateau or Castle in the region with a local guide who knew everything you wanted to know about it and the production of wine there. Followed by a wine tasting and bread and cheese at least. We had the best Foie Gras at one of those tastings. In one of the cities, there was a special wine festival just for us, including a threesome of French singers dressed in different period costumes. Again with h'ordeuvres plus cheeses and bread. The total experience was amazing. The food choices were adequate for our needs. Everything was prepared to perfection. Potatoes were creamy, vegetables were seasoned well, meats and fish cooked to exactly the right temperature, sauces to die for and desserts to ensure you'd walk away 10 pounds heavier after the cruise. The cruise director was on top of all the details. His port talks were geared to our age and since this was a wine cruise, toward the various wines one could find in the area. He explained how the tours would be conducted. He outlined the day's events even though we had a daily program in our room. He was always available. One of our ladies missed the bus to the Chambord Chateau. He drove her there to meet us. On the pre and post cruise extensions, he took care of all our luggage and hotel registrations. He was very knowledgeable about the places we visited and offered suggestions on things to do on our own if we had the time. It was a busy but fulfilling cruise. We would definitely book another cruise with AMAwaterways.

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4.5

AMAWaterways has upped it’s game by palacebee

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Wonderful reception staff, Helene the cruise manager is engaging but not pushy, self effacing and fun and always aware of her guests and their needs

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4 AmaDolce Tips

WeCruiseToo
May 09, 2014

At dinner, when they ask if you would like red or white wine, always answer “both”! It’s all about trying new things! Then you can pick which you like best or enjoy both throughout the meal!

MinGin
Sep 13, 2014

Deck 2 with French balconies was excellent!

palacebee
May 12, 2018

Enjoy yourself. They are there for you

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