Navigator Of The Seas deck 9 plan (Cabins)

Deck layout and review

Review of Navigator Of The Seas deck 9 (Cabins)

(refurbishment 2019) Concierge Club (midship-aft) was replaced with a cluster of 4 Interior rooms (9333-9335-9829-9831).

Concierge Club (26 seats) was 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 was available daily (between 8:30-11:30 a.m., and between 5-8:30 pm). The list of amenities and services provided included: 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), business services (faxing, copying), private party arrangements.

Cruise cabins from 9200 to 9694, of which Inside (categories 2U, 1V, 3V, 4V), Oceanview staterooms (categories 1K, 3M, 4M, 4N), Balcony staterooms (categories 1B, 2B, 3B, 4B, 4D), and the rest are Suites (categories J3-J4-Junior, GT-Grand).

Deck plan 9 cabins information: this deck has in-hull balconies (solid metal coming up ~2 ft / 0,5 m from deck floor). The other part of the railing is glass-paneled. Fore-located oceanview rooms are with a round-shaped window overlooking the ship’s bow.

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