Fred Olsen Bolette deck 5 plan (Lounge)

Deck layout and review

Review of Fred Olsen Bolette deck 5 (Lounge)

Queen’s Lounge (balcony level 2 of 2)

Atrium Terrace with 2 Boutiques

Ocean Bar (starboard location 115-seats Atrium bar with lounge area, dance floor, stage for live performances; hosts art auctions)

Atrium Shops (Shopping Arcade with boutiques for duty-free liquor and tobaccos, perfumes, watches, fashion clothing, HAL logo merchandise, sundries, souvenirs)

Casino (has 8 gambling tables, 115 slots), served by Casino Bar and the Sports Bar

Sports Bar (with big HDTVs, beer selection, a la carte menu for snacks)

Amstel Cafe (small lounge with dance floor and stage for live show entertainment)

Rembrandt Lounge (75-seats piano bar, specialty cocktails)

Hudson Room (capacity 50-seats meeting room, also used as Cards Room)

Art Gallery (upper level 2 of 2)

Explorations Cafe (65-seats patisserie and specialty coffee bar), also serves as the Amsterdam ship’s Library (librarian services, board games, puzzles), and as Online Centre (Internet computers room/partnership with “The New York Times”)

Marabella Luxury Shop (luxury jewellery boutique, assistance by dedicated Manager)

Explorer’s Lounge & Bar (89-seats lounge with its own bar, classical concert performances by resident string quartet)

Future Cruises Desk (onboard bookings, loyalty program information)

Queen’s Room (portside location La Fontaine restaurant annex used as meeting room; hosts complimentary digital workshops via partnership with Microsoft- computer classes, blogging, social networks, photo editing, etc)

King’s Room (starboard location reservations-only La Fontaine restaurant annex for private dining; also used as meeting room)

La Fontaine Dining Room (“Any Time” dining for Dinner, upper level 2 of 2).

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