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MSC Meraviglia deck 6 plan (Petra)

Deck layout and review

Review of MSC Meraviglia deck 6 (Petra)

  • entertainment and dining facilities (review pending)
  • Broadway Theater (main show lounge, level 2 of 2)
  • Boutique & Accessories Shop
  • Meraviglia Bar & Lounge is the main promenade bar, situated at the aft end of the vessel, just outside Broadway Theatre. In the early evening it is a lively spot with a dance floor.
  • Fine Watches & Jewellery
  • Food Market
  • Jean-Philippe Chocolate & Coffee is part open kitchen, part display, part chocolate shop, and part cafe (a la carte) with a few seats by its porthole windows. The emphasis is on the extraordinary creations made by the chocolate team onboard (reefs, octopuses, turtles), that are displayed in glass cases, just like expensive jewelry or watches, in front of the open kitchen. Guests can't buy these, but can buy an exquisite chocolate shoe for EUR 29, which is the best-selling chocolate item. Open 7:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m.
  • Jean-Philippe Crepes & Ice Cream is an a la carte spot serving crepes, ice cream and ice cream sundaes from 5 euros 50 cents. Open 4:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
  • Galleria Meraviglia features 80-metre LED ceiling displaying a variety of scenes throughout the day and night, listed on ship's daily planner. Themed parties are held in the main Galleria Meraviglia, when the promenade turns into a street party, with dancing till late.
  • MSC Excursions
  • Mini Mall
  • Ristorante Italiano offers a la carte pricing or EUR 29 for the "Dining Experience". It is the only specialty dining venue onboard where food vs price does not stack up. Ristorante Italiano is situated off the main promenade, separate to Eataly marketplace/Eataly Restaurant (Eataly Food Chain designed food store and specialty restaurant replaced in 2019 by "HOLA! Tapas" bar by Michelin-starred chef Ramon Freixas). Three rooms are available with the first one at the front looking out onto the promenade, the second at the back that is darker but has huge porthole windows, and a separate area for Chef's Table. The theme is quite simple, with wooden tables and stone-effect floors. Starters include sliced Parma ham with melon, chargrilled octopus, pea soup with mussels. The mains feature branzino (sea bass) for EUR 18, and swordfish  for EUR 16. The dessert are EUR 6 for a piece, while a glass of reasonably-priced wine is EUR 5,50.
  • Plaza Meraviglia is a semi-circular space including duty free shops. Sales are often offered throughout the day.
  • Perfumes & Cosmetics, Watches & Sunglasses, Fashion Jewellery, MSC Shop
  • La Vetrina
  • Panoramic Lifts
  • Edge Cocktail Bar is a pre- and post-dinner bar, with side car centerpiece and full-size motorbike.
  • Photo Shop & Gallery
  • Emotions Immersive Gallery
  • L'Olivo d'oro & L'Olive dorée are the same restaurant, divided via a central walkway that includes Enomatic wine-dispensing machines and wine display in the center. The venue features Flexi and MyTime Dining, so guests can choose when they want to eat. Tables are ranged tightly round the room in various sizes, and a path wends its way to the back. Open 6:45 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
  • Panorama Restaurant features higher ceiling, open feel, large windows and great views, along with Flexi and MyTime Dining. The restaurant is reached via the corridor that cuts through L'Olivo and L'Olive, passing the wine cellar. Open 6:15 p.m.-10:00 p.m.