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Arosa Luna deck 2 plan (Main-Lobby-Dining-Lounge)

Deck layout and review

Review of Arosa Luna deck 2 (Main-Lobby-Dining-Lounge)

  • The ship’s 2-decks high Atrium (Lobby level, 1 of 2) has an open-floor design. It is a glass-domed area, and the two levels are connected with a sweeping staircase.
  • The Reception in the Lobby provides guest services and 24-hour assistance, also information on daily activities. There is an Excursion Counter for shore excursions and tours booking, information and planning.
  • The “Market Restaurant” is the ship’s Dining Room (no table reservations needed). It has an open kitchen and Buffet station. The boat’s dining room menu features low-calorie, itinerary-based (regional) specialties and traditional Mediterranean dishes. Food on board is prepared with fresh locally sourced ingredients and products.
  • At the “Wine Bar” (also serving as the ship’s Day Lounge) guests can order wine by the glass combined with regional cuisine specialties (menu based on the itinerary’).
  • The “Luna Lounge & Bar” (bow location) is the ship’s show venue with panoramic floor-ceiling windows and stage with dance floor for the live evening entertainment program. The show program includes a resident pianist, local performers (dancers, musicians), themed nights and cocktail hours. Depending on the visited ports along the A-Rosa Luna itinerary, the “Luna Lounge” hosts food and wine tasting events. This is the venue also for the line’s enrichment programme, consisting of various tours/excursions- and culture/history- related lectures and multimedia presentations. At the “Luna Bar” premium liquor is not included in the fares. Here, SELECT-price booked guests can purchase an all-inclusive beverage package at a fixed price PP per day.
  • Cruise cabins from 201 to 228, all of which are French Balcony rooms (category C).