Main Dining Rooms
Conquest has two main dining rooms, both serving the
same menu. (See menus on the Conquest Menus Page).
The Renoir Restaurant is located amidships and seats
744 guests. It is only open for dinner during which main
level uses a flexible dining system under which guests can
come at any time the restaurant between 5:45 and 9:30 in
the evening. Guests are invited to chose with whom they
wish to dine (i.e., there are no assigned tables). The
upper level follows the traditional passenger ship dining
system with each guest assigned to one of the two seatings
and with his or her own reserved table.
The Monet Restaurant is at the stern of the ship and
seats 1,044 on two levels. It is open for breakfast,
(brunch on sea days) and dinner.
For breakfast (and brunch), this dining room is open
seating. Guests tell the hostess how many people are in
the party and she finds a suitable table.
For dinner, the Monet follows the traditional two seating
The Point Steakhouse is the Conquest's specialty restaurant. The Point is an intimate room done in the style of a 19th century
French house. It has its own bar. Guests can also see the chefs at work in their open kitchen. (See a menu on the Conquest menus
page) There is a cover charge for this restaurant.
PHOTO TOUR AND
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