Review of Arosa Viva deck 3 (Upper-Dining-Lounge)
The A-Rosa ship Viva has a really massive for a river ship Spa complex (forward location, branded as “SPA-ROSA”). It consists of a reception, a forward-facing outdoor area with 1 Whirlpool, and a relaxation indoor area. The Spa facility is larger compared to other river lines ships. It also includes several steam rooms and treatments /massage rooms, Sanarium (less heated Finish Sauna, with a vast window offering great views) and a Beauty Salon (massages, facial treatments, hair- and barber services).
The Gym room is large in size (by river ship standards), hardwood-floored, with panoramic views and mainly cardiovascular equipment
Lobby / Atrium (upper level 2 of 2)
Excursion Counter / Shore Excursions Desk provides land tours information on activities and visited sites.
At the “Viva Lounge” (mid-ship location) guests can order from an extensive bar menu. Premium brand liquor is not included in the fares. The Lounge features great panoramic views from floor-ceiling windows. Life here is active mostly in the evenings, after dinner. This is the ship’s showroom with dance floor and live evening entertainment by a resident pianist and also by local dancers and musicians performing on the ship. Depending on the visited ports along the A-Rosa Viva itinerary, the Lounge hosts various tours/excursions- and culture/history related lectures and multimedia presentations. Other activities here are themed nights, cocktail hours, local food, and wine tastings.
At the Viva Bar guests booked with a SELECT cruise price can purchase an all-inclusive beverage package at a fixed price per day (per person).
The “Cafe Restaurant” is a casual dining venue, also serving complimentary Afternoon tea and coffee with freshly baked pastries and light snacks.
Buffets and Live Cooking stations are also part of the Viva’s Deck 3 facilities. The buffet provides a varied menu with fresh locally sourced ingredients and products. “Show Cooking” is offered at some of the stations. These are live cooking stations where guests are able to see their cookery creations being prepared by the ship’s chefs.
The “Market Restaurant” offers large buffets with open-seating, so guests can eat within flexible opening times with whom and whenever they want (no table reservations needed). The Arosa Viva ship’s dining room menu offers low-calorie, regional specialties, and traditional Mediterranean cuisine choices., with exceptionally high standards in food ingredients, preparation, and presentation. The Viva’s main restaurant also features an open kitchen and an outdoor seating area (capacity 56 seats).
The Bar is also with indoor/outdoor seating.
At the “Wine Bar,” guests can order wine by the glass in addition to interesting regional delicacies (based on the itinerary’).
The Bord shop sells mainly special occasion gifts (including jewelry) and souvenirs.
Cruise cabins from 301 to 327, all of which are French Balcony staterooms (category D).