Disney Wonder deck 3 plan (Lobby)

Deck layout and review

Review of Disney Wonder deck 3 (Lobby)

  • After Hours / Route 66 (entertainment district, with 3 clubs, adults only after 9pm – O’Gill’s Pub, Fathom and Keys)
  • Fathoms / WaveBands Lounge Disco & Nightclub (family- in the day and adults-only in the night club; dance parties, karaoke, audience games, variety shows, comedy acts; with Walt Disney Magic Theatre Cast performances)
  • Keys (adult-only piano bar, live piano and vocals music, full bar service/additional charge; features handcrafted cocktails; also used for religious services)
  • O’Gill’s Pub / Crown & Fin Pub (open from about noon to midnight, sports bar/Irish pub, with English decor, live music, large TVs, classic table games, full bar service, Martini Tastings). Offers British beer on tap (Newcastle), along with Guinness and several others. Bottled beers are also offered, but cost more. The pub's own brew is named Crown & Fin - it comes with a try at the spinning wheel and those who land on the right spot get free 5 oz. tasters.
  • Sea Treasures / Radar Trap (branded and labelled shirts, duty free shop for tobaccos, top brand liquor, premium perfumes, specialty sweets, snacks)
  • Wonder's Reception (Guest Services Desk, restaurant bookings, information)
  • Port Adventures (shore excursions booking and information)
  • Wonder’s Lobby Atrium (3-decks high midship area, with Art Nouveau decor, 2 staircases, the “The Little Mermaid”‘s Ariel bronze statue)
  • Cadillac Lounge & Bar (open from 6 p.m. to midnight) is quite sophisticated. Its back features a car's grill (presumably Caddy), while the tables are designed around tires. The chairs and sofas feature leather Cadillac seating. Cadillac Lounge is good for a cocktail and live piano music. Extra-fee tastings are held throughout the voyage. 
  • Azure nightclub is used for shows and activities throughout the day. It features marine theme with crests of waves on the wall, coral partition, LED chandeliers resembling jellyfish and nautilus pattern in the carpet. The club hosts information sessions, bingo sessions, game shows for adults, family dance parties, performers from singers to comedians, and DJ'd music. The spot is 18-plus after 9pm and is open the latest of any bar onboard, until 1-2 am.
  • Tiana's Place is a dinner-only main dining room drawing inspiration from Disney's "The Princess and the Frog." '20s-styled Tiana welcomes guests and acts as hostess. The 3-piece band plays Disney songs in a jazz-club style. A parade (Second Line in New Orleans) starts up during the main course, and everyone joins in. Meals are 2-hour affairs, featuring authentic Cajun flavors: pickled Gulf shrimp, boudin sausage, Creole-style half chicken, Cajun-spiced sea bass on shrimp jambalaya. New Orleans-themed cocktails and rum-tastings are offered. 
  • Lumiere’s / Triton’s Restaurant (462 seats forward Dining Room/”Little Mermaid” themed, serving Breakfast 8:30-9:30am, 3-course menu for Lunch 11:30-1:30pm, and 2 Dinner seatings 5:30-6pm and 8-8:30pm with 4-course menu, full wine list and specialty drinks/a la carte pricing). Named for the father of Ariel in "The Little Mermaid," Triton’s Restaurant is an underwater-themed MDR with metalwork on the windows along with chair backs that echo the trident held by the king of sea. A mural of Triton and Ariel consists of around 200,000 Italian mosaic tiles. Breakfast features tea, coffee, juice, pastries, cereals, fruit, egg dishes (like eggs Benedict), even blended yogurt parfaits. Unlike the other venues, the menus here rotate daily, and feature nightly themes like French and Pirate Night. There is always a choice of 4 appetizers, soups, salads, and 5 main courses, with 2 vegetarian options. 
  • Royal Court Royal Tea is where kids can meet their favorite characters. Held once per sailing in Lumiere's (on the first sea day), for children 3-12 years, it is a fancy tea party with character visits and a spread of juice, sandwiches, cupcakes, little gifts. The experience is $279 for two (an adult and a child) and $69 for  additional child.
  • Carioca's / Parrot Cay Restaurant (462 seats aft Dining Room for Breakfast 8:30-10:45am, buffet Lunch 12-2pm and 2 dinner seatings- between 5:30-6pm or 8-8:30pm/4-course menu)
  • Promenade Lounge (104 seats family venue, full bar, complimentary snacks, Internet Cafe/16 computer stations; open noon-midnight). The bar, surrounded by light maple wood, offers 8 cushioned stools. The lighting is just like stained glass with blue and yellow squares. A small stage with a piano and dance floor is also available. Most demos, arts and crafts throughout the cruise are held here. A station to the right offers snacks like chips and salsa throughout the day as well as late at night.