Embark on an incredible voyage aboard Avalon Waterways Suite ships, where breathtaking views unfold at every turn. The luxurious suites boast an award-winning open-air balcony design, inviting you to indulge in the beauty of the surrounding riverscape from the comfort of your stateroom. Discover the distinctive features of the three stateroom options available on Avalon Suite ships.
All Avalon Waterways suite ship guests enjoy room amenities like USB ports, complimentary Wi-Fi, a desk and chair, under bed storage and nightly turn down service.
Each Avalon Waterways suite ship offers a limited number of these luxurious suites. Located on deck 3, these spacious suites offer 300 square feet of elegant space. Unwind in the generous seating area, featuring two chairs and a sofa, perfect for relaxing, savoring a snack, or enjoying complimentary room service. Make the most of the unique Open-Air Balcony, bringing the outside in.
Indulge in the full-size bathroom, complete with double sinks and a separate water closet for added convenience. Designed for two, these suites offer the flexibility of configuring beds as either two twins or one queen, ensuring a personalized and comfortable retreat for your journey.
The Avalon Suite Ships offer 2 decks of Panorama suites. Much like the Royal Suites, these charming accommodations boast the acclaimed Open-Air Balcony, providing a perfect setting to soak in the surroundings. Enjoy waking up to picturesque river views through Avalon’s innovative “Beds with a View,” ensuring a scenic start to your day. Whether you prefer two twins or a queen configuration, our beds cater to your comfort.
The inviting seating area, complete with a cozy sofa and chair, invites you to unwind and make your room your personal haven of relaxation.
Step into comfort and style with the deluxe staterooms, thoughtfully designed to provide an elegant retreat. These 172-square-foot rooms, nestled on deck 1, feature two petite upper windows, infusing the space with natural light. It’s important to note that the lower section of deck 1 rests below the water line, which may lead to increased ambient noise.