Review of Arosa Stella deck 2 (Main-Lobby-Dining-Lounge)
The ship’s Atrium is 2-decks high, with an open-floor design. This is a glass-domed area with two levels that are connected with a sweeping staircase.
Part of the Atrium Lobby area is the Reception (guest services, 24-hour assistance, daily activities information) and the Excursion Counter (shore excursions/tours booking and information).
“Market Restaurant” is the ship’s Dining Room (no table reservations) with an open kitchen and a large Buffet station. The boat’s dining room menu also offers low-calorie dishes, itinerary-based (regional) specialties, and traditional Mediterranean cuisine. Food is prepared with fresh ingredients and products (locally sourced).
The “Wine Bar” also serves as the ship’s Day Lounge. Here guests can order wine by the glass complimented by regional cuisine specialties (menu based on the itinerary’).
The “Stella Lounge & Bar” (forward location) is the ship’s show venue with panoramic floor-ceiling windows, stage, and dance floor for the live evening entertainment program. The program includes a resident pianist, local performers (dancers, musicians), themed nights, cocktail hours. Depending on visited ports along the A-Rosa Stella itinerary route, the “Stella Lounge” also may host food and wine tastings. The Lounge also serves the line’s enrichment programme with tours/excursions- and culture/history- related lectures and multimedia presentations. At the “Stella Bar” premium liquor costs extra (not included in the fares). SELECT-price booked guests can purchase here 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).