Recently relaunched and reintroduced to the UK market, the
4-star superior MS Mozart is one of the
most luxurious river vessels in Europe, resplendent with a
highly-polished, art deco style throughout.
At 394ft in length and 75ft in width, the ship is one of the largest to cruise on the Danube, as well as one of the widest. The additional space is apparent in all areas of the ship, from the generous cabins to the airy public spaces, which are spread over four decks.
Many of MS Mozart's facilities place an emphasis on relaxation; as well as the Viennese café and a well-stocked library, there are comfortable, beautifully appointed lounges and a bar - all of which offer uninterrupted views of the passing scenery.
Guests can also be pampered with an on-board hairdresser and massage area offering meditation and yoga classes. The ship also includes a popular indoor swimming pool and sauna.
Dining on board is a wonderful, memorable experience. Hearty breakfasts feature a well-stocked buffet with a rich variety including fresh fruit and cooked meats. These are followed by an appealing selection of main courses for lunch, complemented by soups and desserts.
Dinner is a slightly more formal affair, where the dedicated team of on-board chefs show their culinary prowess with an imaginative and exciting range of dishes, made from a core of freshly produced local fare.
Dinner is also accompanied with included wine - which is a quality selection, sourced from the vineyards of the surrounding area, and providing another layer of insight into this wonderful region.
At 66 square feet, the State Cabins are extremely spacious and all feature an en suite. As well as individually controlled air conditioning / heating, the cabins also boast a satellite television, telephone, minibar, hairdryer and bathrobes. Our accommodation is on Dorabella Deck inside staterooms with twin beds, which convert to sofas each day, providing more space to relax in the comfort of your cabin.
Upgrades are available to outside staterooms, either with twin beds or a double bed, and to outside staterooms on the Tamino Deck (Upper Deck), with a French balcony.