If you want good food, a pleasant dining environment, and imaginative excursions don't use this river boat!! The boat was immaculate, and the small team of young girls ewre constantly keeping every surface clean. It .The cabin was a fair size, and had enough room in it, and nicely appointed. There was a Juliet Balcony, in reality a small metal overhang, allowing the cabin window to be opened full length.Food was absolutely dire, bland, pretentious, and totally unappealing. Dinner was at 7.30. By the time the pouring of the water ceremony was over and hugely over-priced drinks ordered, fodd would start coming out at about 8.00. The food was served in waves. If you ordered a Main Course with nothing before it, then you could wait up to an hour and a quarter, ( by now it could be 9.15). Every meal except Breakfast was an ordeal. The Dining Room was the worst ever for noise. People withn Hearing Aids took them out. The low ceiling was covered in metal tiles, nothing in the room was designed to absorb noise. As people enjoyed their drinks, the volume increased to unbearable heights.There were complaints. The Hotel Manager was never around checking things, but miraculaously appeared in the Bar at "Happy Hour." The so-called Maitre D. never performed any monitoring, but scurried round pouring drinks, or clutching dishes. Neither of these two individuals would last any time at all on a premium cruise ship. No space left, e-mail me if curious!