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 tour 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).