MS Leonora deck 3 plan (Royal)

Deck layout and review

Review of MS Leonora deck 3 (Royal)

At the ship’s bow is located the “Outside Viewing Deck”. This is an open-air observation area (with tables and chairs) accessed from the Scenery Lounge via floor-ceiling doors.

“Panorama Lounge & Bistro” is the Scenery ship’s main entertainment venue combined with the casual dining “Panorama Bistro”. The Lounge has a dance floor, full-service bar with premium spirits, self-serve beverage station (complimentary premium coffee/tea/hot chocolate), and live evening show program. Evening entertainment options include grand piano performances by a resident pianist, crew show, cocktail hour, local performers (folklore show, a classical recital, dancers, musicians). Depending on the visited ports along the Avalon Scenery itinerary, the Panorama Lounge hosts local food and wine tastings, tours/excursions- and culture/history related lectures and multimedia presentations by guest speakers. Afternoon Tea is served here at 4 pm.

Deck 3 has the ship’s 2-decks high Atrium (Lobby level) with an open-floor design. The Scenery Atrium is very spacious and glass-domed (with natural daylight). Part of the Lobby is the Reception Desk (24-hour assistance, information), Internet Corner (with 2 Internet computers, small Library), and the Cruise Director Office (tours/excursions booking, information on daily activities and special events).

Royal Deck cruise cabins from 301 to 328, of which 27 are French Balcony rooms (category P) and 2 Avalon Suites (category JR).

After passenger cabins is the ship’s Hair Salon (styling and manicures; hairstylist available by appointment only, no spa/masseuse services).

The “Club Lounge” (aft location) is a stylishly furnitured indoor observation lounge with floor-ceiling panoramic windows and nightly live entertainment.

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