AmaLegro Ship Review
AmaLegro was launched in 2007, becoming a sister to the 2006-built AmaDagio and second in a fleet of six near-sister ships operated by AmaWaterways. Carrying just 150 passengers in 75 staterooms, AmaLegro is 360 feet in length and features some of the most luxurious accommodations in the river cruise market.
There are six different categories of accommodation aboard AmaLegro:
- The lowest categories of stateroom are Categories D and E. They measure 170 square feet and are located on Piano Deck. They feature fixed windows and offer a sitting area, desk with Internet access and flat-panel television, and a bathroom with shower.
- Categories A,B and C are also 170 square feet, but are located on Cello and Violin decks. They feature all the amenities of the Category D and E staterooms, but with the addition of floor-to-ceiling windows that open to a French balcony. Category A staterooms offer a slightly more desirable location, being one deck higher than Category B and are located amidships.
- Topping off the accommodation choices are four Junior Suites. Located on Violin Deck, these suites are a comfortable 255 square feet and feature a full bathroom with shower and tub, a flat-panel television, mini bar, spacious wardrobe, and a full size window in addition to a complete French balcony. As with many ships, these suites can sell out quickly, so it pays to plan ahead.
AmaLegro Public Areas
Inside, AmaLegro features a host of amenities designed to sooth and entertain when you’re not admiring the passing scenery. She features a unique, 1.5 story library, a beautiful main lounge and bar, a reception area, gift shop, an aft-facing lounge, and a bow-facing seating area. The ship’s restaurant features fine cuisine influenced by local specialties and ingredients. Ample open seating is available on the Sun Deck, which also features a whirlpool and a jogging track.
River Cruisers Should Know!
- AmaLegro lacks the Single and A+ Stateroom categories found on her newer sisters.
- An elevator is available for passenger use.
- Complimentary bicycles are available onboard for guests to take ashore.
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