The Yangtze 1 is one of the newest, most amenity-rich ships cruising the Yangtze River. Each of its 109 guest staterooms features a private bathroom; television & other cruise ship amenities.
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Yangtze.com customer feedback:
“Yangtze One was a delight. From the moment we stepped on board the crew were more than happy to assist us and to make us feel special. They went out of there way to ensure we had a lovely time while we were onboard. Our cabin was spotlessly clean and was kept that way by invisible cabin staff through out the cruise. Cabin layout was relatively spacious and the Balcony was just right for 2 people to sit and watch the river scenery flow by. We were also able to open up the balcony divider and share afternoon drinks with our friends in the next cabin. The daily meals were served buffet style huge platters of fresh fruit, Chinese and European dishes and a beverage included. There was no way anyone could go hungry on Yangtze One. The day trips were interesting and informative well run with knowledgeable guides and tour leaders. The trip down the little gorges was particularly good. All in all we had a wonderful time and we would not hesitate to recommend Yangtze One.”
– by Bill Clayden, from Australia, cruised in September, 2011.
Every stateroom aboard the Yangtze 1 opens onto a private balcony for unparalleled views of the gently passing river scenery. In some instances, other ships of comparable facilities and service levels may be offered.
Each night you will sleep in the comfort of your spacious, standard-category private stateroom (green color code in the “deckplan” display accessible above). While actual stateroom numbers will be assigned just prior to embarkation, all Let’s Travel China guest accommodations are equal to those of a 5-star cruise ship; and, subject to cruise ship operational availability, every stateroom features the luxury touch of a private balcony.
On the Yangtze River cruise, breakfast and lunch are served buffet-style with both Chinese and Western-style cuisine offered. A traditional, sit-down dinner is served each night with delicious Chinese specialties presented, although Western-style alternates are also available.
Standard-category staterooms measure an efficient 188 square feet (17.5 sq. meters), including the 32 sq. ft. (3 sq. meter) balcony – about the size of those aboard many mainstream cruise liners.