Wonderland Imaginative Cuisine (lower level 1 of 2, open between 6-9:30 pm) is a specialty dining room (at surcharge per person) on 2 levels. The restaurant overlooks the ship’s stern and has its own bar (located on the upper level). Reservations are required. All menus are blank, and guests have to paint them with water-dipped paintbrushes to be able to read them. The Wonderland restaurant’s decor is also unique – with giant keys hanging from the ceiling, mismatched chairs, blown-glass artistic lighting. The cuisine is truly inventive, with popular food and drinks recipes being mixed and twisted. The food here (like it or not) is something you most probably have never tried before.
Cruise cabins from 11100 to 11730, of which Inside (categories 1R, 4U, 1V, 3V and 4V), Oceanview (category 1K and 6N), Balcony (categories 1A, 1C, 2C, 1D, 2D, 5D and 6D), Boardwalk View Balcony (1I, 2I and 4I), Central Park View Balcony (1J nd 2J) and Suites (categories GS-Grand, J4-Junior, OS – Owner’s and A3 – AquaTheater Suite).
deck plan 11 cabins information: All forward-facing (fore-location) oceanview staterooms feature a large slanted window overlooking the ship’s bow. Most of the aft balconies offer views of the Aquatheater. Boardwalk View balcony cabins are located above the Boardwalk Neighborhood, so noise could be an issue. Central Park View cabins overlook the ship’s interior. Be advised that all the Boardwalk-Central Park cabins have “interior balconies”, which are not private (can be viewed from verandas located on the opposite side). Category “C2-Central Park Balcony” rooms with larger (double width) verandas are numbers 11229 and 11629 (both located aft of the Living Wall).