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Cocktails in the Neptune Lounge?


Linda VH

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My first HAL cruise with Neptune lounge access was this summer. I agree that it tends to be a quiet place - almost to the point of boredom for me. Often the only sound is the TV which often was tuned to CNN. I did enjoy being able to pick up beverages and snacks and take them to the suite (especially early in the morining). However, I would gladly trade the Neptune Lounge for some of the suite perks on other ships - especially free internet access. Having wine offered in the evening would also be a nice perk. Of course, as you've read already in this thread, I'm in a minority but as others have said "different strokes....."

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I have to say it's been a very long time since I have seen a woman in hair curlers anywhere but a salon. I don't recall ever seeing that in Neptune...... and hope I never do.

 

We do still see some robes come in. While we don't wear robes there I still don't have a problem with someone popping in, getting coffee and a muffin and leaving immediately. I would not want to see them sit down and eat there but a quick in and out wearing a robe doesn't get me crazy.

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