Independence Of The Seas deck 3 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Independence Of The Seas deck 3

  • Alhambra Theatre (balcony level 2)
  • Studio B Lounge is the upper level of the indoor ice-skating complex.
  • The Raven is a 2-level disco-nightclub-bar (Gothic-themed, capacity 218 seats) with large dance floor, 2 full-service bars (on each level), live DJ programming in the evenings. During the day, here are hosted dance classes, game shows, quiz games.
  • On Air Club (capacity 140 seats) is a sports bar offering Nintendo bowling and karaoke. It is also used for Explorer Academy workshops.
  • RCTV (radio-communications-television-video, Internet) is a control center also producing the Royal Caribbean video channel programming. The channel is part of the interactive TV system in all cruise accommodations. It plays videos from onboard-recorded shows, contests, special events (parties, parades, etc), movies, current itinerary/cruise excursions related RCI videos. The RCTV room has a window for passengers to see the ship’s media control area with monitors and other equipment.
  • Art Gallery displays artworks (available for purchasing) and hosts art auctions (also held at the Boleros Lounge in early afternoons).
  • “Othello” (portside) and “Anthony & Cleopatra” (starboard) are supplemental / private dining rooms part of the main dining restaurant.
  • Romeo & Juliet (Main Dining Room level 1 of 3, capacity 652 seats) is an aft-located complimentary restaurant open for Breakfast (between 7 – 9.30 am), Brasserie 30 Lunch (12 – 2 pm /seadays only) and Dinner (with 2 fixed seatings – at 6 or 8:30 pm). Here is also served DreamWorks Characters Breakfasts (between 8 – 10 am, free for kids, surcharge per adult applies /reservations are required).
  • Cruise cabins from 3240 to 3648, of which Inside (categories K, N), and the rest are Oceanview staterooms (categories G, H).