Called “Activity Deck”, deck 14 is the deck dedicated to families.
The fore-located Navigation Bridge (Navigationsbrucke) and the adjacent Captain's Suite and officers quarters are inaccessible for passengers.
Mini Club provides childcare/babysitting services (at nominal fee) for toddlers and little kids (6 months to 3 yo). This is a large play room for various games and activities, with a separate baby room (nursery with beds) and a changing room.
Kids Club is the place for character meetings and greetings (AIDA Cruises themed characters are Alwine, Itzi, Dodo, Achwasachwas), special activities (parties, treasure hunts, story telling, watching movies, art-craft workshops, sports competitions, trivia games). There is a game room (with a big pirate ship), an outdoor deck area (with paddling pool, water fountains and a slide /part of the Aqua Park), kids theater, arts-crafts room. The Kids Club lounge is open until 10pm for the AIDA line’s complimentary children program for supervised activities (with morning, afternoon and evening schedule). The program offers age appropriate activities up to 6 hours (on port days) and 7 hours (on sea days). The three age groups are Seahorses (3-6 yo), Dolphins (7-9 yo) and Sharks (10-11 yo).
Fuego Restaurant is the new family restaurant, where parents can eat together with their kids. The restaurant is complimentary and has a kids buffet.
Four Elements is the ship’s Water Park (themed air-water-earth-fire). This is a huge outdoor “activity deck” area with rock climbing walls, swimming pools and whirlpools, splash pool and fountains for kids, stage for live shows, outdoor theater with huge LED screen for movies and live sports, lazy river, 2 water slides (called AIDA Racer). The whole activity deck is covered with a sliding glass roof.
Bar 5 Elements serves the Aqua Park complex.
Cabins from 14103 to 14444, of which Inside cabins (cat IA, 4x connecting), Balcony rooms (VG, 3-/4-bed, 16x connecting), Balcony Comfort (cat VA-VB-VC, 3-/4-bed, walk-in closet, 2 baths, extra space).