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Old September 9th, 2011, 11:57 AM
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Im sailing in the owners suite on the Navigator soon and was wondering what perks if any are available. I heard somewhere we can attend the nightly cocktail hour that D+ people can go although we are not Diamond. Anybody know anything about these things?

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Yes, you will have access to the Concierge Lounge. You can use it 24/7. In the morning they have a light breakfast, and in the evening, from 5:00 to 8:00 (or 8:30, depending on the ship), for complimentary cocktails and finger foods.

If you visit the Royal Caribbean website you will find a list of perks for suite guests. Enjoy.
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OWNERS SUITE? Never heard of them.Is it just a fanacy name for a suite or do people really own them like a time share or condo just curious.
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It's just one of a number of names of suites. The smallest is the Junior Suite, next is the Grand Suite, next is the Owner's Suite, and the largest is the Royal Suite. Each suite gets progressively more expensive the larger it is.

I guess you could say you "own" the suite for the length of the cruise, but after you leave, someone else owns it.
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I guess you could say you "own" the suite for the length of the cruise, but after you leave, someone else owns it.
That's a very good explanation.

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The evening cocktail reception in the concierge lounge is different than the Diamond cocktail party. The concierge lounge is only for full suite passengers and Diamond Plus members. All drinks are free and there are hot and cold canapes to enjoy. The concierge lounge is much better than the Diamond lounge.

Your Suite amenities include:

*from the Royal Caribbean website



Priority check-in

Personalized attention throughout the cruise with complimentary Concierge Club service on select ships

Reserved prime seating in the main theater for entertainment shows, where available

Priority tender tickets on select cruises. (Tender service is provided when smaller vessels are necessary to reach shore in locations without docking ports large enough for cruise ships.

VIP pool deck seating, where available

Full breakfast, lunch and dinner dining room menus available for in-room dining

Private breakfast and lunch seating in specialty restaurants on our Voyager and Freedom Class ships

MattelŪ board games available to order for in-room entertainment for the kids
Complimentary luggage valet service

Luxury spa bathrobes for use onboard

Complimentary pressing service on formal night

Priority departure with exclusive suite* departure lounge featuring continental breakfast

Complimentary luggage valet service


BTW: Junior Suites are not included in the suite benefits.

Take care and enjoy the Owners Suite. They are a very nice cabin.
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WOW thats alot of cool stuff! Ill have to do some looking around and see what that would cost,Not that I would ever be able to afford it Ill bet it cost a pretty penny or two~
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Is this the level of accommodations that is thinking of, or have implemented children to be able to attend? Read something about this recently. Not too many happy campers about this except for the parents bringing their darlings.(they paid good money, doncha know) Kind of ruins the atmosphere I would think.
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yes suite passengers and Diamond Plus/Pinnacle may now bring children into the Concierge lounge..at night....when there is alcohol present...and the little darlings might touch all the food with their hands..

SORRY...i just don't agree with the new policy...but to answer the question, yes children under the age of 21 are now permitted in the CL at all times.....
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