Review of Empress Of The Seas deck 3 (Cabins)
Medical Center (on crew deck 2 below) is the ship’s infirmary (onboard hospital) operated by resident doctors/physicians and nurses on 24-hour call duty. Opening hours are between 8 am and 8 pm. The infirmary is equipped with defibrillators, external pacemakers, pulse oximeters, an ECG (electrocardiograph machine), thrombolytic and lab equipment. Treatments at the ship hospital are equivalent to a private doctor’s visit. All treatments and medications are at extra charge. The only exception is Bonine (seasickness medication) also available at no charge at the ship’s Reception (24 hours). Payments are made by the Royal Caribbean boarding pass. General health insurance policies do not apply, so buying cruise health insurance is recommended.
Cruise cabins from 3001 to 3656, of which Inside (categories 1V, 2V, 3V, 6V) and the rest are Oceanview staterooms (categories 1N and 2N).
deck plan 3 cabins information: Most outside staterooms are with a rectangle-shaped Porthole Window. Forward cabins from 3018 to 3038 (portside) and from 3518 to 3538 (starboard) are with a small, round-shaped Porthole Window. Some of the aft portside cabins are located underneath the Dining Room restaurant’s Galley area, so noise could be an issue.