Review of AmaLea deck 3 (Violin-Lobby-Lounge)
The fore-located Teak Front Deck is a great vantage point for outdoor observation, and also serves as an alfresco dining terrace (furnished with tables and chairs) accessed via the Observation Lounge.
Observation Lounge is an indoor venue with floor-ceiling windows. The lounge is connected to and served by Main Lounge’s Bar. Depending on the visited ports of call along the AmaLea itinerary, the Observation Lounge hosts land tours/excursions- and culture/history-related lectures and multimedia presentations.
Main Lounge & Bar is the ship’s show lounge, which also doubles as casual/al fresco dining venue (serving light lunch menu). The Main Lounge has comfortable seating, a dance floor, grand piano. The evening entertainment features live music and vocal performances, cocktail hour (nightly), live show program (local performers /dancers, and musicians boarding the boat each night). The daily program has various classes and demonstrations, watching movies. Special activities hosted here are themed dance nights, and food and wine tastings (local delicacies, liqueurs, cheeses, etc).
Gift Shop sells special occasion gifts and souvenirs, newspapers and magazines, some convenience goods.
Ship’s Atrium houses the Lobby with the Reception Desk (24-hour assistance, information, account queries, purser services), 24-hour complimentary specialty coffee/tea corner (fruits, cookies, sparkling water), and two ship entrances (passenger embarkation/debarkation).
Cruise cabins from 301 to 334, of which 10x French Balcony (category C), Twin Balcony rooms (categories 8x AA and 12x BA), and 4x Suites (category SU).
The Chef’s Table Restaurant (aft location) is a specialty dining venue with a gourmet menu and a capacity of 24 guests. Here guests will be deliciously entertained by a private chef preparing their special dinner menu specialties.
Staircases and an elevator connect all cabin decks (Piano-Cello-Violin).