Jewel Of The Seas deck 4 plan (Lobby-Cabins)

Deck layout and review

Review of Jewel Of The Seas deck 4 (Lobby-Cabins)

Coral Theatre (stage level 1 of 3, complimentary, capacity 915 seats) is the ship’s main show lounge for grand-style musical and show productions in the evenings. The theater presents 2 stage productions per night (early at 8 pm and late at 10 pm /matching the assigned dining room sittings). They feature singing and dancing, West End musicals, cabaret and acrobatic performances, tribute acts, magician shows, adult comedy acts, popular game shows. The theater has its own bar for refreshments (waiters walk around and offer bar service prior to show). The theater also functioned as Cinema for DreamWorks 3D movies (on seadays only). During the day, here are held enrichment lectures and bingo sessions. Royal Caribbean’s Snowball Jackpot Bingo offers generous payouts (final jackpots are in the several thousand dollars). Among the bingo prizes are also free cabin upgrades and even free cruises.

RC Online is the ship’s web center (24-hour open Internet computers room). Royal Caribbean Internet rates are per minute, with available discount packages of 60-100-150-250-500 min.

Lobby Bar (47 seats) is an atrium bar serving with drinks the Centrum area.

Guest Services is the ship’s Reception Desk for 24-hour assistance, information, bookings/reservations, luggage and cashier services.

Shore Excursions Desk provides information on Royal Caribbean cruise tours and excursions (sponsored ashore), also planning and tour booking services.

Tides (Main Dining Room level 1 of 2, capacity 1090 seats) is an aft-located complimentary restaurant with open-seating for Breakfast (between 7-9.30 am) and Brasserie 30 Lunch (12-1:30 pm /seadays only) and with 2 fixed seatings for Dinner – 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). Part of the ship’s main restaurant is a smaller (private) dining room (reservations only) named Shoreside (portside, 30 seats). The “Seaside” private dining room (starboard, 102 seats) was replaced by inside cabins.

Cruise cabins from 4000 to 4590, of which Inside (categories 1V, 2V, 2W-Single) and Oceanview staterooms (categories 1N, 2N, 3N, 8N – all with Porthole Windows).

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