PHOTO TOUR AND
The multi-story Phantom's Lounge seeks
to evoke the feeling of the Paris Opera
House, which was the setting for the story
of the Phantom of the Opera. It is lavishly
decorated in a fantastic recreation of the
The lounge is used for the ship's
production shows and thus has a
sophisticated stage, sound and light
system. It is also used for performances
by visiting comedians and for the
Captain's Welcome Parties.
Left: Dr. Frankenstein's Lab is the ship's
two-story nightclub. Amongst its fantastic
decorations is a twice life size figure of the famous
monster strapped to the wall of the dance floor.
Below: The Mad Hatter's Ball is a large lounge
located below the Phantom's Lounge. Amongst its
uses is as a venue for kareoke.
Left: Gatsby's Garden is patterned after the garden
constructed by the self-made millionaire title character
in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby in order to
impress his lost love Daisy.
Below: McGuire's Bar is the ship's sports bar, named
after the sports agent title character in the movie
Jerry McGuire. The bar has large screen televisions
displaying sporting events.
Above left: Frankie and Johnnie's Club is
used for jazz performances. Above: One
of a series of lounges along the port side of
Atlantic Deck. Left: Sam's Piano Bar
named after the piano player in the 1940's
movie Casablanca. Below: The Gotham
Lounge also features live entertainment.
MIRACLE also has bars located by the swimming pools. Left: The Orpheus Bar serves the stern pool area. Right: The Odyessy Bar is
located between the Ulysses Pool and the Sirens Lido Pool.
The large casino (left) and its adjoining bar are named after
the 1940s movie "Mr. Lucky" in which Carey Grant played
the owner of a gambling ship.
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