Independence Of The Seas deck 10 plan (Bridge)

Deck layout and review

Review of Independence Of The Seas deck 10 (Bridge)

  • The fore-located Navigation Bridge and the adjacent Captain’s Suite and officers quarters are inaccessible for passengers.
  • Concierge Club (26 seats) is an exclusive lounge & bar for Grand Suite and above passengers and for Diamond Plus and Pinnacle Club guests (by the RCI’s loyalty program). Concierge service is available daily (between 8:30 – 11:30 am, and between 5 – 8:30 pm). The list of amenities and services provided includes: 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/DVDs), business services (faxing, copying), private party arrangements. The lounge also has Internet-connected computers.
  • Cruise cabins from 1230 to 1706, of which Inside (categories K, L), Oceanview (categories G, F-Large), Balcony staterooms (types D1-D2-Superior, E3-Deluxe) and the rest are Suite cabins (types JS-Junior, GS-Grand, OS-Owners, RS-Royal Suite).
  • deck plan 10 cabins information: a total of six GS-Grand Suites (portside 1260-1264-1268, and starboard 1560-1564-1568) are located right underneath both cantilever whirlpools (extending out from Lido deck 11 / Solarium area above). This provides extra balcony shading but noise during pool’s operational hours could be an issue.