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AmaCello: Refined European river cruising
The 148-passenger AmaCello features twin balcony staterooms, complimentary Wi-Fi and an "infotainment" system, an Observation Lounge, a fitness center and sauna, hair and beauty salon, heated swimming pool, plus a fleet of bicycles.
Decorated in a vibrant palette of gold and orange, AmaWaterways' AmaCello offers staterooms that feature French balconies and range in size from 170 to 255 square feet. Enjoy all the amenities of a fine hotel, with plush down bedding, marble appointed bathrooms, large closets, complimentary high-speed Internet access and first-run Hollywood movies.
Who will like sailing on AmaCello
Choose AmaCello if you're looking for a truly unique luxury river cruise experience in the charming South of France.
Where AmaCello sails
AmaCello sails through scenic Provence, France, sailing to Lyon, Avignon, Arles and other historic ports.
Gourmet dining at the AmaCello restaurant brings you sophisticated and outstanding cuisine with delightful, attentive service. The fine, regional cuisine is prepared under the direction of gold medal-winning chefs from Chaine des Rotisseurs. Savor culinary masterpieces and free-flowing local wines at dinner, while surrounded by Europe's heartland.
- Whirlpool and walking track
- Fitness room and sauna
- Bicycles on board
- Gift shop
Bars & lounges
- 24-hour specialty coffee and tea station
- Main Lounge with bar, piano and dance floor
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Interested in a cruise on this ship?
For pricing, itinerary information and to reserve your spot on AmaCello, contact Cruiseable's travel consultants by email or by calling 1-877-322-3773.
Top highlights on this ship
- Sundeck with lounge chairs offering unimpeded panoramic views
- Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the vessel
- Massage and Hair Salon
“AmaCello is a high-quality well-designed and spacious vessel with elegant interior décor. Expect high standards and outstanding cuisine aboard this excellent river ship.”