The 124-passenger AmaLotus will debut in 2011, providing the most luxurious
and immersive experience on Southeast Asia’s legendary Mekong River. With
a design that combines colonial elegance with local artifacts and regional Mekong
touches, AmaLotus will offer an unparalleled setting for an exotic river odyssey.
The vessel’s elegantly-appointed public areas include a Restaurant, Panoramic
Lounge and library, Saigon Lounge and bar, gift shop, spa, fitness room and
sauna. The expansive Sun Deck is a haven for relaxation, where passengers can
mingle and observe the unforgettable Mekong scenery from comfortable lounge
chairs; take a dip in the outdoor whirlpool or enjoy a cool drink from the Sun
- STATEROOM AMENITIES:
The elegant AmaLotus features 62 exquisitely decorated staterooms accented
with traditional Colonial touches and regional Khmer artifacts. All staterooms
and suites are outside accommodations and more than 90% feature balconies.
At 226 square feet, deluxe category staterooms feature 2 twin size beds (that
can be combined into a full bed); a sitting area, individually controlled
air-conditioning, writing desk, shower, kimono, slippers, hairdryer, a mini-bar,
safety deposit box, in-house telephone, and in-house television.
- SUITE AMENITIES:
Ten beautiful junior suites provide ultra-spacious 290 square-foot accommodations
that feature a King-sized bed, balcony and comfortable sitting area, plus
a luxurious bathroom that includes both a shower and separate tub. For the
ultimate onboard experience, AmaLotus’ two suites provide an expansive
452 square-foot accommodation, featuring a King-sized bed, comfortable sitting
area with a full-size sofa, spacious bathroom with a whirlpool tub and separate
shower, plus a private balcony with two lounge chairs and a table.
All meals on board the ship are included. Meals are served in the dining room
in a single seating. Open seating allows passengers to sit at different tables
for each meal if they wish to meet fellow passengers. Table reservations are not
Meals aboard AmaLotus are prepared by local chefs and consist of Western cuisine
as well as Vietnamese and Cambodian cuisine. Breakfast is served buffet style.
For lunch, selections include salads, soups, hot entrées and dessert.
Dinner is a multi-course meal with a selection of entrées.
Complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks are included with every dinner on board.
Bottled water is replenished daily in staterooms.