The 176-passenger Belvedere was one of Cruise & Maritime Voyages' two river-faring ships. It no longer sails for the company.
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The majority of Belvedere's cabins are contained within the lower and middle decks -- Moselle Deck and Rhine Deck -- while the ship's Danube Deck contains the restaurant, an internal and external Promenade lounge area, and Atrium and Reading Lounge.
There's also a wellness spa and sauna, a fitness center and whirlpool, plus the ship's Atrium reception area and shop, which are located on the Rhine Deck.
The sun deck provides ample loungers and outdoor seating for passengers to sit or lie out and admire the passing views.
From 16-square-metre twin cabins through to the 22-square-metre suites, the ship features nine cabin categories, graded by size and deck position. All cabins feature river views -- either with porthole-style windows or French balconies; double beds that can be split into a twin configuration; air conditioning; private bathrooms with a shower; a wardrobe and desk; satellite TV; radio; telephone; hairdryer and safe.
Belvedere's four suites feature the addition of a seating area and panoramic river views with French balconies.