Medusa Lounge & Bar - This is the ship’s biggest lounge. Floor-to-ceiling windows keep it bright and airy, making it a lovely place to watch the world go by. Live bands and spotlight cabaret take to the stage here, and there’s a dance floor. Plus, there are plenty of seats grouped around small tables to get stuck in to the likes of bingo and game shows. For drinks, there’s a well-stocked bar in the corner.
The Water’s Edge - Sip post-dinner drinks. Dance until the early hours. Have a flutter at a roulette table. This spacious lounge allows you to do all of the above, encompassing a bar, a late-night disco, and a casino. It’s open throughout the day, too, where you can take in the ocean views from a stylish outdoor terrace.
Explorers Lounge - Huge table lamps and big solid tables set the scene here. By day, it’s a low-lit spot for relaxing over cappuccinos and quiet chitchat. It’s also one of the ship’s Wi-Fi zones. By night, the tempo is upped with a soundtrack of smooth tunes, courtesy of our resident pianist.
Tides - Set in the centre of the ship, this is a convenient place to meet friends. Of an evening, the grand piano gets an airing and singer soloists will draw you towards the dance floor.
Broadway Show Lounge - This 2-storey show lounge sparks in to life every evening with musical entertainment and comedy from UK guest acts. It’s a large space, dressed in shades of crimson and walnut and subtly lit with ceiling spotlights and pumpkin-shaped table lamps. Comfy bucket chairs, semi-circular sofas and just-for-2 seats give it top marks for cosiness. There are 2 shows every night – early and late – that cover off anything from West End-style musicals to classics from the Eighties. You can expect high kicks, dry ice, and plenty of costume changes.
Lido Restaurant - There’s a quiet bustle to this help-yourself eatery, which keeps meals coming from late morning ‘til well in to the night. The central food station has everything from full cooked breakfasts to salads, meats, breads, and cheeses. Plus, there’s pizza, fries and soups on the side. Themed nights throughout the week bring the likes of Italian or Mexican flavours in to the limelight.
Mistral’s Restaurant - When it comes to extravagant dining, this place is a real gem. Pick the likes of lamb rack from the à la carte menu, and enjoy attentive waiter service in contemporary surroundings. Just so you know, a cover charge applies and you’ll need to make a reservation.
The Terrace Grill is an open-air eatery that’s open for most of the day. In the mornings and through to the afternoon, you can expect burgers, omelettes, hot dogs, pizza and a selection of cold cuts. In the evenings, this place transforms into the Hotstone Grill restaurant, where diners cook their own steaks exactly to their liking, using sizzling-hot slabs of stone.
Sirens Restaurant - Set on the top deck next to the ship’s adult pool, this self-serve restaurant has tables for two and crescent moon-shaped booths for the whole family. It offers buffet breakfasts and lunches. And don’t forget to pop in for afternoon tea when naughty-but-nice treats include mozzarella and cucumber mini sandwiches and oven-warm home-made scones.
Kora La Restaurant - Thomson Dream's newest à la carte restaurant offers up pan-Asian cuisine with suitably themed interiors. Just so you know, a cover charge applies.