MS Mayfair deck 4 plan (Upper)

Deck layout and review

Review of MS Mayfair deck 4 (Upper)

  • Navigation Bridge (called “Wheelhouse” on riverboats) and the officers quarters are with bow-location. The area is not passenger-accessible.
  • The Mayfair’s “Bel Air” Lounge (all indoor seating arrangement) is a most spacious Observation Lounge with its own bar, classy furniture and plenty of seating area with comfortable sofas, chairs and small tables. It has panoramic floor-ceiling windows and it’s partially covered by the Sky Light glass roof. The Bel Air Lounge also hosts Egypt tours-culture-history related lectures and talks led by a professional Egyptologist. The onboard multimedia presentations are all Egypt themed: dynasties and treasures, building techniques, hieroglyphics, archaeology (excavations), Egyptian keywords and phrases (language basics).
  • The Lounge Bar serves alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, with a variety of specialty cocktails and a selection of wines. Know, that guests are not allowed to bring their own food or drinks on board from outside the ship.
  • Boutique Shop in the Atrium sells Egypt souvenirs and gifts, books and magazines, stamps and postcards, Egypt archaeology themed (itinerary-based) videos, luxury jewelry (18 carat gold silver items).
  • Hairdresser / Beauty Salon is at extra charge (reservations are required).
  • Cruise cabins from 401 to 419, of which 2x AA Suites (410, and 402, with a private balcony), and 16x Deluxe A category rooms (number 409 and 410 are with Queen beds/don’t separate).
  • Cabins numbers 403, 404, 407, 408, 411, 412, 416 and 417 are Deluxe A Veranda rooms. Each of them has a private balcony.