The breathtaking Panorama Restaurant, lined with floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides, offers elegant dining during a single luxurious seating. For a more intimate setting, the cozy Club Lounge provides soft chairs, sofas and game tables.
The Patio Lounge offers a more casual area with rattan chairs and tables. Early morning coffee is served here. The Sky Lounge, on the top deck, offers a pleasant glass-sheltered area with tables and comfortable chairs.
On the Sun Deck, you can view the passing scenery regardless of the weather. With plenty of deck chairs and umbrellas, it’s a great place to relax and unwind after a day of sightseeing.
All Grand River Cruise guests appreciate:
Intimate small-ship ambiance
All English-speaking staff
Attentive, personal service
Elegant, spacious staterooms with the finest amenities
Extensive wine lists
Enriching onboard lectures and demonstrations
Local evening entertainment
Email messaging centers (on select ships)
Onboard beauty shop
Generous fitness centers
Sauna and/or spa (on select ships)
Card room and library
Spacious and Comfortable Staterooms and Suites:
Grand River Cruise ship staterooms are comfortable and spacious — over 154 square feet. All staterooms are identical in design, except for the windows. On the Rhine Deck, staterooms come with two, floor-to-ceiling windows, while staterooms on the Danube Deck have a single, large panoramic window. Staterooms on the Main Deck include two large windows, and on the Moselle Deck they have two smaller windows.
Suites onboard Uniworld are extra spacious – 230 square feet. Each features a sitting area with a sofa and two chairs, three floor-to-ceiling windows and an extra-spacious bathroom with shower. On River Countess, River Empress and River Duchess, bathrooms include full bath tubs.
- Ship Facts
- Launched - 2003
- Registry - Switzerland
- Passengers - 138
- Crew - 34
- Officer Nationality - Varies
- Crew Nationality - Varies
- Length - 360 feet
- Width - 38 feet
- Draft - 4 feet
- Decks - 4
- Total Cabins - 65
- Suites - 4