Allure Of The Seas deck 11 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Allure Of The Seas deck 11

  • Library (8 seats, open 24 hours) has armchairs, tables, Sudoku, books (popular titles plus a small section for children/teens).
  • The Library is the gathering point for “Chef’s Table” (at 8:30 pm). This is a private dining concept (capacity 14 guests) surcharged at US$85 per person. Reservations are required, and dress code is formal. This premium dinner package is available every night and includes a 5-course gourmet meal. The event starts in the Library with a Champagne “meet & greet” with the fellow diners and the assigned sommelier (knowledgeable wine steward). From here the party relocates to the Diamond Club lounge, where is set a long table. Each of the courses is wine paired. Each wine is reviewed by the sommelier, and each of the dishes – by one of the ship’s top chefs. Menus are different each evening depending on the Chef’s personal choice. If reservations are under 12, Chef’s Table could be canceled.
  • Diamond Club (121 seats, open 24-hours) is a 2-levels lounge with its own full-service bar. The access is exclusively for Diamond, Diamond Plus and Pinnacle Club passengers (by the RCI’s loyalty program). The lounge offers concierge service (between 8:30 – 11:30 am, and between 5 – 8:30 pm). The amenities and services provided include: personalized stationary, served Continental breakfast (8 – 10 am), Hors d’oeuvres and petit fours (served, respectively, before and after dinner), complimentary self-service bar (free drinks), reservations (specialty restaurants, shore excursions/tours, Beach Cabanas), Salon/Spa appointments, show ticketing assistance, media borrowing (music and movies on disks and DVDs), business services (faxing, copying), private party arrangements. The lounge also has Internet-connected computers.
  • Cabins from 11100 to 11729, of which Inside (categories – K, L, Q, also FI-Family), Outside (categories – F, G, also FO-Family), Superior Balcony staterooms (categories – D1, D2, D3, D6, plus C1-C2-Central Park View, B1-B2-Boardwalk View, also FB-Family), and the rest are Suites (categories – GS-Grand, JS-Junior, OS-Owners, A3-AquaTheater Suite).
  • deck plan 11 cabins information: All forward-facing / fore-location oceanview staterooms are with slanted large windows overlooking the ship’s bow. Most of the aft balconies offer views of the Aquatheater. Boardwalk View balcony cabins are located above the Boardwalk Neighborhood, so noise could be an issue. Central Park View cabins overlook the ship’s interior. Be advised that all the Boardwalk-Central Park cabins have “interior balconies”, which are not private (can be viewed from verandas located on the opposite side). Category “C2-Central Park Balcony” rooms with larger (double width) verandas are numbers 11229 and 11629 (both located aft of the Living Wall).