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Refurb for The Glass House on Marella Discovery

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New beach club area
Marella Cruises unveiled a fresh new look for indoor pool and dining venue The Glass House on board Marella Discovery, following a recent refurbishment.  

By day, deli-style choices are on offer and by evening a casual restaurant with a tapas-style menu comes to life. The venue has undergone a total revamp, undertaken by The Deluxe Group, where the Greco-Roman design has been swapped for a modern beach club vibe, equipped with cabanas, shutter-style room dividers and  new additions to the menu including yakitori skewers, pasta and rotisserie-style chicken. 

Cabana-style

Along with the new cabana-style sunbeds, sun loungers, dining tables, sofas and chairs, pool tiling, wall coverings and new flooring has been fitted to bring to life the new beach club area. New lighting has also been installed, with different light moods for daytime and evening to really create the perfect beach club ambience.  

Revamped space

Chris Hackney, MD of Marella Cruises, said: ‘We’re delighted with the refurbishment of The Glass House on Marella Discovery. We’re always thinking of ways we can make the experience onboard even better for our customers and the revamped space offers the perfect spot for a poolside drink during the day or a laid-back dining option by night.’

Marella Discovery is one four ships in the Marella Cruises fleet along with Marella Discovery 2, Marella Explorer and Marella Explorer 2.   

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