The elegant precision of Austria’s native son Mozart inspired the meticulous crafting of the new Amadeus Queen, launching in 2018 and featuring the comforts of a refined and traditional hotel.
Its 81 stylish Staterooms and Suites are among the most spacious of any European river ship (172 to 284 square feet). Suites include a private balcony, and select Staterooms feature a unique
floor-to-ceiling window that can become a French balcony at the touch of a button. Accommodations have two twin beds or one queen bed, individual climate control, sitting area and private bathroom with shower. Most have a minibar.
The delightful restaurant offers scenic views through panoramic windows as well as continental cuisine featuring fresh, local ingredients. Daily meals include early-risers’ coffee, buffet breakfast and lunch, afternoon tea, four-course dinner with complimentary wine and beer, and late-evening snack.
Inviting public facilities are spacious and typically include the Panorama Bar, Lido Bar, Amadeus Club with library and 24‑hour coffee station, beauty salon, boutique, and fitness studio with early morning exercise classes and massage services. The Sun Deck has a chessboard and shuffleboard. The Amadeus Queen features an indoor pool under a roof that can open up to the sky. Guests will also appreciate the use of an audio headset for listening enhancement during shore excursions. Complimentary bicycles are available for independent pursuits on shore. The ship has an elevator serving all passenger decks except the Sun Deck, and laundry service is available. There is no doctor aboard the ship.
The Amadeus fleet has been awarded the rare “Green Certificate” of environmental preservation.
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The Amadeus Queen is featured in:
Symphony on the Blue Danube