ms AmaLotus (AMA)
The 124-passenger AmaLotus (2011) features ultra-spacious 624-sq. ft. Suites; ten Jr. Suites at 290 sq. ft. and standard staterooms at 226 sq. ft., with 90 percent of her staterooms boasting outside balconies. With a décor that combines Colonial elegance with regional Khmer accents, staterooms include comfortable sitting areas, individually controlled air-conditioning, a mini-bar, safety deposit box, robes and slippers, and a luxurious bathtub (Jr. Suites/Suites). Public areas include a main restaurant serving Asian and Western specialties; Saigon Lounge; Gift Shop; Fitness Center, Spa, plus a swimming pool and bar on the Sun Deck. The ship also features a fully English-speaking staff.
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An outside cabin will give you the value of an inside with the added extra of feeling light and airey with either a large picture window or one or more portholes.
If you like to have some where that is a private sanctuary for al fresco dining and sunbathing then a balcony stateroom is for you. Balcony staterooms are spacious and have a private balcony attached to the cabin via patio doors so you can truely enjoy the ocean breezes at any time.
Suites are the height of luxury on board any cruise ship, usually the largest cabins found on board and generally have a private balcony along with separate sleeping and sitting areas. Often you can expect amenties such as; a personal butler, priority check-in, embarkation and debarkation, access to VIP areas on board the ship and much more.