M/s Salacia Nile Cruise Description And Photos Gallery

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M/S Salacia Nile cruise is renowned for its high standards of luxury and hospitality. Guests can enjoy three, four, and seven night itineraries on board, exploring the wonders of the Egyptian Nile. M/S Salacia Nile cruise is completely refitted, refurbished, and converted to an all-suite configuration in the summer of 2006, no other ship of its size cruising the Nile offers so much space per client. Most vessels of this size carry 140-160 passengers or more, while this new ship will cater to only 59 discerning travelers, with a crew to passenger ratio of one to one, all while offering the highest quality of service, gastronomy, and accommodation. Stateroom and Royal suites both feature two full size windows and have areas of approximately 225 and 300 square feet respectively. M/S Salacia Nile cruise is offers a unique Master Suite features separated bedroom and lounge, with a dining area and bar. It covers about 700 square feet with five full size windows. All suites have telephones, LCD televisions, DVD players, satellite channels and in-house movies, safes, mini bar and individually controlled air conditioning. Complimentary room service, fresh fruit, all non-alcoholic beverages, hot thermos with tea and coffee, and mineral water is provided daily. The bathrooms are equipped with high quality toiletries, and luxury bathrobes and slippers are also provided. In addition to a main lounge and bar with dance floor and local entertainment, there is a casual all-day lounge and bar and a reading room and library. The main restaurant serves buffet breakfast and lunch and a la carte dinner with an international flavor for the most demanding palate. Al fresco lunch is also served at the Sahara Caf aft on the main Sun Deck, weather permitting. The health club on the Lido Sun Deck, adjacent to the pool, has a sauna and Jacuzzi while the Temple SPA features a massage room, steam bath, sauna, Jacuzzi, and a fully equipped workout area. To top it off there is a gift shop, hair salon, Internet access, international telephone service, fax, laundry and room service

Accommodation:


  • 05 Decks
  • 01 Master Suite: (Approx. 700 Square feet, 5 full Size Windows Separate Bedroom Double Bed  Separate Lounge Dining Area Bar Two W.C )
  • 18 Royal Suites:  (Approx. 300 Square feet, 2 full Size Windows 06 with Double Beds 12 with Twin Beds One Room Lounge Area Two W.C )
  • 09 Stateroom Suites::  (Approx. 225 Square feet, 2 full Size Windows One Room Lounge Area Double Bed One W.C )
  • 03 Proper Single Staterooms:  (Approx. 150 Square feet with one full size window One room 01 Large Single Bed + chair One W.C)

Guest Suite Facilities:

  • Individually Controlled Air Conditioning
  • Telephone
  • Piped Music
  • LCD T.V with In House Movies
  • Satellite Channels Private
  • DVD Player
  • Mini-Bar Individual
  • Safe Box
  • Daily fruit basket
  • Daily Mineral Water
  • Daily hot Water Thermos with Tea /Coffee
  • Complimentary bottle of Wine upon arrival
  • Complimentary Biscuits/Chocolates upon arrival  
  • Stationary
  • Shampoo/Conditioner/Shower Gel/Soap Bathrobes

Cruise Facilities & Services:

  • Oasis Lounge and bar (Main Lounge with dance floor featuring local shows)
  • The Atrium Lounge + Bar (Casual  Lounge) 
  • The Chart Lounge & Library (Reading Lounge &  Library)
  • Palm Court Restaurant (Main Restaurant  )
  • Sahara Terrace Cafe
  • The Temple SPA (Including Gym Area, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Steam Bath, Massage Room)
  • The Lido Health Club (Including Sauna + Jacuzzi, situated on Lido Terrace)
  • The Lido Terrace (Swimming Pool + Bar + Shaded Sundeck)
  • The Sahara Terrace Sundeck
  • Gift Shop
  • Beauty Salon
  • Internet Corner
  • Ship Photographer + Galabeya Kiosk
  • Room service, Laundry service, Internet service

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This article was published on 2010/11/07