Arosa Alea deck 2 plan (Sapphire-Cabins-Restaurant)

Deck layout and review

Review of Arosa Alea deck 2 (Sapphire-Cabins-Restaurant)

Service facilities here are the garbage storeroom, the emergency generator room, and the cool- and freeze rooms next to the Galley/Kitchen.

The Dining Room (Market Restaurant) operates with an open-seating arrangement (no table reservations needed). Dining options here include Breakfast (early riser/served from 6 am, and buffet breakfast with complimentary sparkling wine and soft drinks; made-to-order eggs station), Lunch buffet (stations for pasta, carving meats, light fare, soups, salads, desserts, complimentary soft drinks) and 4-course Dinner menu (including complimentary wine/beer/soft drinks). Dishes in the menu are based on the current cruise itinerary (regional cuisine specialties) and also Western recipes. Night Fare is served at 10:30 pm. Food is prepared with fresh locally sourced ingredients and products. Vegetarian, healthy and special diet food in the Dining Room is also provided (requests to be made upon booking and on embarkation day). The Dining Room dress code is casual (shorts are allowed except at dinner).

Sapphire Deck cruise cabins from 201 to 230, all of which are French Balcony staterooms in Avalon categories A (x18) and B (x12).

(Arosa Cruises) Deck 2's cabin category is C.

The service area (aft location) has two laundry rooms, a linen storage room, and the ship’s engine room.