Pacific Jewel deck 7 plan (Promenade)

Deck layout and review

Review of Pacific Jewel deck 7 (Promenade)

  • Promenade Deck
  • Promenade Deck layout starts with “The Marquee” theater. This is a 2-decks high main show lounge for large-scale productions, including live music, magic and comedy shows by guest entertainers. Daily, the teatre hosts Jackpot bingo games and trivia quizzes. Evening entertainment options also include Circus performances and the viZion laser show. The theater is served by the Marquee Bar.
  • Located portside and starboard are the ship’s two “Tax & Duty Free Shops”. They sell liquor and tabaccos, brand perfumes and cosmetics, fashion clothing and accessories, luxury jewelry and watches at duty-free prices (up to 40% off the retail prices). Check the “Pacific Daily” onboard newsletter for special offers and promotions.
  • PANDORA shop (luxury jewelry boutique) opens after the scheduled refurbishment in 2015.
  • The “MIX” bar overlooks the Atrium and serves specialty cocktails.
  • The “Connexions Bar” serves the open-air Promenade deck areas.
  • Here are also the “Photo & Video Gallery” (portside and starboard display areas) and “Tech Store” (portside, selling photo/video equipment and accessories).
  • “The Orient” bar is an English pub with a great selection of beers.
  • “Waterfront Restaurant” is the ship’s dining room which operates with open-seating arrangement and a la carte (“Your Choice Dining”) menus for breakfast and lunch, plus 4-course dinner menu. Tables capacity vary (from 2 to 10 seats). Dining times here vary (sea / port days): Breakfast (7:30-9:30 / 7-9am), Lunch (12-2pm), Dinner (5:30-9:30pm).
  • Part of the Waterfront restaurant is the “Wine Room” (private dining venue). The Wine Room also serves the P&O Australia’s “Chef’s Table” programme. This is a gourmet dining package (capacity 14 guests, surcharge PP, reservations-only) inclusive of cocktail reception, gourmet canapes made by the Pacific Jewel ship’s Executive Chef, and a galley tour.