The marvellous MS Bellefleur offers fantastic facilities, fine dining and spacious cabins. Accommodating just 150 guests, the ship offers an exclusive setting, and ensures a great experience cruising the waterways of Europe.
The 3-deck ship has many of its leisure amenities on the upper-most deck, such as its lounge bar, library and games area and restaurant with panoramic windows. There is also a sun deck where you can relax and enjoy the climate (weather permitting).
During your time on board MS Bellefleur, meals are a huge and delightful part of the holiday experience, eagerly anticipated throughout the journey.
Breakfast begins as early as you choose to rise, with breads, pastries, tea and coffee on offer. Once the main breakfast service begins, you can also expect to find cereals, yoghurts and a selection of hot options, fruit juices and tea or coffee.
For lunch you'll enjoy a choice of options from the varying daily menu, with full table service by the superb on-board waiting staff. If we are on board MS Bellefleur during the afternoon, a delectable afternoon tea is served on board, with a selection of freshly made cakes and pastries to tempt you. However, on days where the afternoon is spent on a shore excursion, afternoon tea is replaced by a late night snack.
Every evening on board MS Bellefleur we dine together in one sitting, to enjoy a delicious dinner, with table service and a choice of options for every course. On most evenings the dress code is 'casual elegance', although evening wear is requested for the captain's dinner and farewell dinner. All of the meals consist of locally-sourced ingredients wherever possible, and are freshly prepared by the team of chefs on board.
Our accommodation is on the Seine Deck. The well-appointed cabins have a private en suite with a shower. Other amenities include individually controlled heating and air conditioning, a television with a comprehensive range of included entertainment, a wardrobe, telephone, safe and hairdryer.
Upgrades are available to a cabin on the Saône Deck and Rhône Deck.