The cabins in categories A, B, and P are identical to those in category E, except they each have a floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door with French balcony. A relaxing way to see Europe is opening the sliding door, stretching out on the bed, and taking in the fresh air as the quaint villages, lovely vineyards, and medieval castles pass by.
The four Avalon Tranquility suites are 258 square feet (50 percent larger than the other staterooms). In addition to all the features found in categories A, B, and P, the suites have a small sitting area with sofa, chair, and coffee table.
Although our category P cabin on the Avalon Tranquility was similar to those I've experienced on other river vessels, the French balcony and the large bath were especially nice.
Now that we've seen the cabins, let's move on to another important feature on the Avalon Tranquility-the dining and cuisine.
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- Avalon Tranquility Common Areas
- Avalon Tranquility Onboard Activities
Avalon Tranquility Central European Cruise Tour Travel Log - 15 pages describing a cruise tour from Paris to Prague on the Avalon Tranquility