The M/V Aria Cruise Ship Travels Along the Amazon River

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 8, 2012 • References: & mymodernmet
Don't make the mistake of likening the M/V Aria Cruise Ship to a typical cruise liner. It is more like a five-star floating hotel. Banished from its decks are cramped cabins and tasteless buffet halls. In their place are full rooms boasting queen-sized beds and floor-to-ceiling windows as well as fine dining spaces serving only the best dishes.

Custom-built by Jordi Puig, an architect located in Lima, the M/V Aria Cruise Ship travels along the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve on the northern Amazon River in Peru. Designed for Aqua Expeditions, the M/V Aria Cruise Ship is able to accommodate 32 guests in 16 luxury suites. It also boasts an observation deck, outside lounge, outdoor Jacuzzi, indoor bar and exercise room. Stats for Luxury Floating Hotels Trending: Older & Buzzing
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