Review of SS Beatrice deck 3 (Danube)
Elevator (level 2 of 3)
Mozart's Restaurant is the ship’s single-seating capacity dining room with classic European and also regional cuisine specialties. The food is high-quality, with locally sourced ingredients. The dining room restaurant is waiter-served and operates with preset dining times depending on the daily scheduled port activities. Breakfast (7-9 am) is buffet-style (a large station is located in the center) with cereals, a selection of bread, pastries, cheeses, cold meats, fruits, yogurt, smoothies, sausage. There is a designated chef for made-to-order eggs, omelets, and other dishes ordered separately (at no extra charge). Lunch (12:30 – 2 pm) is usually waiter-served (excepting days with scheduled port excursions that require time changes). Lunch menu options include soups, carvery, salads bar, hot dishes, pasta and sandwiches, desserts, with local delicacies also provided (like sausages and wiener schnitzel). Dinners (7-7:30 pm /starting after the Main Lounge’s cocktail hour) are waiter-served (until 9 pm). The 4-course dinner menu has several starters, 2 soups, 3 entrees (fish, meat, vegetarian), desserts, cheese plates. At dinner, the complimentary wines are itinerary-based (reflecting the sailing region), and steaks and chicken are always offered on request. At breakfast and lunch, a la carte menu is also provided.
The dining room also hosts the ship’s formal events (including the Captain’s Welcome / Farewell dinners).
The 2-deck high Atrium’s Lobby area has the ship’s Reception Desk providing 24-hour assistance, information, Spa reservations, purser services.
Travel Desk is for the Uniworld Beatrice’s Cruise Director, providing information on the daily-schedule program (onboard/port activities), Uniworld tours/excursions booking, future Uniworld cruise deals booking.
Boutique Shop sells special occasion gifts, luxury jewelry, and watches, Uniworld logo merchandise, itinerary-based souvenirs.
In the rear is located the boat’s Engine Room.
Danube Deck cruise cabins from 300 to 335, all of which are French Balcony staterooms in categories C2 and C3 (all with floor-ceiling opening windows).