Review of SS Bon Voyage deck 3 (Bordeaux)
The fore-located La Brasserie is a French-style restaurant that offers traditional bistro fare and a la carte menu items at dinner. The brasserie also offers light refreshments at any time daily. This is the boat's best venue to enjoy a more leisurely dining and a special dinner.
Le Salon Champagne is the boat’s Main Bar Lounge decorated with Art-Deco accents, 14-year-old palm trees, brass architectural pieces, deluxe plush seating (sofas and armchairs), and a stage for live entertainment. The Bar is in the middle. During the day, Le Salon Champagne is a popular place to use the boat's free wireless Internet or relax with a book. In the Salon’s forward section, there are 2 doors leading to the staircases that access Sun Deck’s forward section. In the Lounge, there is a 24-hour station for complimentary specialty coffee/tea (with cookies and candies).
Aft is located the circular-shaped Wellness Center, consisting of the Fitness Center (modern Gym), Serenity River Spa (massage room for treatments), and Sauna Room. Serenity River Spa (at a fee) has floor-ceiling windows (portside views) and is serviced by a professional masseur/therapist using Ritual spa products. The semicircular Gym Room features floor-ceiling windows and modern equipment. Wellness trainers lead here yoga and fitness classes (sometimes also ashore), plus sports-themed tours - like hiking and biking. Healthy food items ("Traveling Lite" dining options) are included in all onboard menus. Beauty and massage appointments using premium French brand toiletries are easy to book at the Reception (midship).
Bordeaux deck cruise cabins from 301 to 329 are all French Balcony staterooms in categories C1, 2x Suites (#301-303) plus the two Two-Room Owners Suites (#314-315).
One Lift (passenger elevator) connects all cabin decks (upper level 3 of 3). A portside stairlift links deck 3 and 4.