Freedom Of The Seas deck 10 plan (Bridge-Cabins)

Deck layout and review

Review of Freedom Of The Seas deck 10 (Bridge-Cabins)

The fore-located Navigation Bridge/Wheelhouse and the adjacent Captain’s Suite and officers' quarters are inaccessible to passengers.

During drydock 2020, the Concierge Club was replaced with four inside cabins. Concierge Club (26 seats) is an exclusive bar lounge 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 stationery, 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 1V, 2V, 3V, 4V), Oceanview (category 4M), Balcony staterooms (categories 1B, 2B, 3B, 4B, 4D, CB-connecting) and the rest are Suites (J3-J4-Junior, GS-Grand, OS-Owners, RS-Royal).

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 the pool’s operational hours could be an issue.