Review of Pacific Encounter deck 14 (Lido-Pool-Bridge)
The fore-located Navigation Bridge and the adjacent Captain’s Suite and officers quarters are inaccessible to passengers.
Pool area (with 2 Pools, 4 Whirlpools, and band stage, served by 2 Bars, Pizza, Burgers, and Ice Cream)
The Pantry is the ship’s self-service buffet restaurant/marketplace with 9 fresh food outlets, international cuisine. The lido buffet is complimentary and open for Breakfast (between 6:30 – 11:30 am), Lunch (between 11:30 am – 3:30 pm) or British Pub Lunch (between 11:30-1:30 pm /on selected days) and also for casual Dinner (between 5:30-11 pm). The buffet has its own bar for drinks, also stage for live performances and a dance floor. Breakfast includes baked beans, pancakes, bacon and eggs. Spanish baked eggs, pre-made omelettes, fruit, yoghurt, sauteed spinach, cereal, and toast are also offered. At lunch and dinner, the outlets include McGregor's Garden (salads), Stix (stir fry), Mexicana (tacos and burritos), Curry House, Hook's (fish-and-chips), Nic & Toni's (Italian), Fat Cow (carvery), Kettle & Bun (soups and sandwiches), and Sugar Bar (desserts). All menus are changed on a daily basis. In the evenings, a 10th venue called Shell & Bones, set up behind a curtain, is turned into a la carte restaurant. A kids' dinner for guests aged between 3 and 10 years is held at 4:15 p.m. every day, with highchairs available upon request.
Terrace Bar is a poolside bar that serves Terrace Pool (swimming pool aft on deck 12) and the Terrace sundeck (sunbathing area aft on deck 14).
Lido Deck cruise cabins from 14201 to 14312 of which Inside (categories IC and IF) and the rest are Balcony stetrooms (categories BC and BF).