Brilliant Lady deck 6 plan (Dining-Lounge-Casino)
Deck layout and review
Review of Brilliant Lady deck 6 (Dining-Lounge-Casino)
The Den Flex Event Space is a multi-purpose venue.
The Manor (lower level 1 of 2) is the ship's 2-deck high Disco Nightclub / Ballroom with a large dance floor. The NYC-based design studio Roman & Williams designed The Manor Ballroom. The innovative venue offers live entertainment, dancing, music and themed fun activities. The Manor Nightclub was inspired by Richard Branson's first Virgin music studio (The Manor) and is expertly outfitted with dance platforms, dynamic lighting and cozy seating corners.
The Casino Gaming and Lounge
Squid Ink is a tattoo studio via partnership with World Famous Tattoo Ink. The facility is operated by two full-time tattoo artists (handpicked by Lou Rubino Jr) plus celebrity tattoo artists. All tattoos are created by using original vegan ink. Other services at Squid Ink include body piercings and permanent makeup treatments (using certified vegan Perma Blend pigments).
Stubble and Groom is the men's barbershop with a male pedicure area overlooking a large porthole window.
Dry-Dock Salon (hairdressing services)
The Test Kitchen is Virgin Voyages' signature Cooking Lab/Restaurant and Experimental Bar. This laboratory-like eatery features metallic furniture, beakers, test tubes and offers "avant-garde" food. The venue is a combined restaurant-cooking school. Chef-driven menus are presented as ingredient lists to passengers to discover how the chef combines the flavors throughout the course of each meal.
Extra Virgin is the cruise company's signature Casual Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar (trattoria restaurant) serving traditional Italian food specialties, including fresh (handmade on the ship) pasta.
The Wake Glamorous Steak & Seafood Restaurant and Martini Bar is a 545 m2 (5870 ft2) sized steakhouse-seafood restaurant located aft and with stern views (of liner's wake). The Wake restaurant serves "theatrical" food inspired by the premium chophouse "The Grill New York" (NYC) and The Wolseley (cafe restaurant in Mayfair, London).