Jewel Of The Seas deck 6 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Jewel Of The Seas deck 6

  • The fore-located Observation Deck is accessible for passengers and has a helipad (helicopter landing area) used in cases of medical emergency. Here are also held outdoor Yoga classes (at surcharge).
  • Coral Theatre (upper balcony level 3 of 3)
  • Cinema is an indoor movie theater with tiered seating (57 seats) occasionally used as a meeting room for video presentations) and Interdenominational church services (with pre-recorded media). Movies are shown several times a day and in different languages.
  • The Pit Stop Bar (sports bar, 102 seats)
  • Casino Royale (capacity 258 seats) is a Vegas-style gambling casino with all 195 slot machines and 12 gaming tables, VIP poker room (for high-stake players), a full-service Casino Bar. The Casino staff also provides complimentary gambling lessons. Regularly, here are hosted gambling tournaments. The list of available games includes poker (machines) and table games (Craps, Roulette, Black Jack 21, Caribbean Stud Poker). Slot machines accept real quarters, so getting tokens from the cashier desk is optional. The lounge area is served by the Casino Bar. The lounge area is furnished with tables, plush chairs, sofas. Casino Royale is a smoking-allowed area, but also has a small non-smoking section.
  • Vintages (open between 12 am – 1 am, 52 seats) is the RCI’s signature wine bar with a la carte tapas menu. The menu has appetizers (at US$5 each) and an extensive selection of fine wines and Champagnes (by the glass and bottle). Vintages Bar offers scheduled daily wine education classes and wine tasting events (with sommelier service), a tapas menu (for lunch/dinner) and sometimes an all-you-can-eat buffet (for a fixed fee).
  • Schooner Bar (capacity 134 seats) is the RCI’s signature piano bar for classy cocktails, live music and trivia games. Decor is nautically-themed, with dark wood, marble, sails, decorative rope netting. There is a grand piano for live performances and sing-alongs in the evenings. Trivia quizzes and Sudoku contests are also part of the evening entertainment.
  • Chops Grille (86 seats) is a premium steakhouse-seafood restaurant open for Dinner-only (between 6 – 9:30 pm). This is a specialty restaurant (at US$39 surcharge per person) with an open kitchen allowing guests to watch the food preparation. Reservations are recommended. Included in the surcharge are bread with butter (first-served), 2 appetizers, 1 entree and desserts. At extra charge from the menu can be ordered soups, salads, prime meat (beef, veal, pork, lamb, poultry) and seafood specialties. Among those are New York strip steak (12 oz), filet mignon (6 oz, 9 oz), veal chop parmesan, short ribs, lamb chops, roasted chicken, crusted tuna, snapper Veracruz, grilled branzino, lobster, shrimp, scallops. Steaks are served with a choice of 3 sauces (bearnaise, peppercorn, bordelaise). Among the upsell dishes are dry-aged steaks (16 oz), porterhouse (20 oz), Maine Lobster. Chops Grille menu also has sides/sharables (mashed potatoes, creamed spinach, truffled creamed corn, roasted mushrooms, grilled vegetables) and desserts (chocolate pie, chocolate lava cake, red velvet cake, cheesecake, warm cookie plate, ice cream, specialty coffees).
  • Giovanni’s Table (formerly Portofino, capacity 95 seats) is the RCI’s signature Italian specialty restaurant (family-style trattoria) at surcharge per person (US$15 lunch, US$25 dinner). Giovanni’s restaurant is open for Lunch (12 – 1:30 pm /seadays only) and Dinner (between 6 – 9.30 pm). Reservations are recommended. Among the traditional Italian dishes served here are focaccia (oven-baked bread), ciabatta, antipasti, salads (caprese, Caesar), fresh-made pesto sauce, seafood stew, lasagna, meatballs, eggplant parmigiana, pasta (pappardelle, gnocchi, risotto, crab ravioli), veal osso buco, beef tenderloin steak, torta (chocolate cake), chocolate-fillet-cannoli, bomboloni (doughnuts), tiramisu. Giovanni restaurant’s decor features floor-ceiling windows, wrought iron-wood tables, hanging steel lamps, open kitchen (large area allowing guests to watch their food being prepared).
  • The Game Reserves (15 seats billiards club) has a large, wall-mounted TV (for Nintendo Wii /console gaming competitions) and two Gyro pooltables (self leveling gyroscopic tables).
  • Serengeti Card Club (40 seats) is the room for playing cards and popular board games (backgammon, decks of cards, checkers, cribbage), hosting daily bridge tournaments.
  • The Safari Club (320 seats) is the ship’s second main show lounge with dance floor and its own full-service bar. The lounge hosts daily art auctions, receptions, karaoke, popular game shows, trivia quizzes, bingo, dance lessons. The lounge also hosts formal events, such as Captain’s Welcome Party, receptions, themed parties, Catholic church services.
  • Zanzibar Lounge (52 seats) has classy furniture (polished wood, brass work, tables inlaid with chessboards) and a full service bar.
  • The Congo Bar (99 seats) is an aft-located cocktail lounge with comfortable seating and floor-ceiling windows stretching across the ship’s stern.