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25 minutes ago, Milwaukee Eight said:

You’d be surprised.....  

Did you notice only JS & P's allowed in CK on Odyssey, not listed as a Sky or Star benefit.

Sea Class Exclusives

  • Dedicated Check In Line
  • Priority Boarding
  • Coastal Kitchen Dinner
  • Royal Caribbean Classic Bathrobe
  • L'Occitane 50 ml Bathroom Amenities
  • In Room Mr. Coffee/Tea Service (kettle)

Sky Class Exclusives

  • VOOM - High Speed Internet (1-device per person)
  • Dedicated Check In Line
  • Priority Boarding
  • Priority Departure
  • Concierge Service
  • Suite Lounge/Concierge Club Access

Star Class Exclusives

  • VOOM – High Speed Internet (1-device per person)
  • Complimentary Gratuities
  • Suite Lounge/Concierge Club Access
  • Concierge Service
  • Complimentary Specialty Dining
  • Complimentary Deluxe Beverage Package
  • Royal Genie Service
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33 minutes ago, FLACRUISER99 said:

Did you notice only JS & P's allowed in CK on Odyssey, not listed as a Sky or Star benefit.

Sea Class Exclusives

  • Dedicated Check In Line
  • Priority Boarding
  • Coastal Kitchen Dinner
  • Royal Caribbean Classic Bathrobe
  • L'Occitane 50 ml Bathroom Amenities
  • In Room Mr. Coffee/Tea Service (kettle)

Sky Class Exclusives

  • VOOM - High Speed Internet (1-device per person)
  • Dedicated Check In Line
  • Priority Boarding
  • Priority Departure
  • Concierge Service
  • Suite Lounge/Concierge Club Access

Star Class Exclusives

  • VOOM – High Speed Internet (1-device per person)
  • Complimentary Gratuities
  • Suite Lounge/Concierge Club Access
  • Concierge Service
  • Complimentary Specialty Dining
  • Complimentary Deluxe Beverage Package
  • Royal Genie Service

Did you look at the Deck Plans?  I might have missed it but didn’t see a Suite Lounge or Coastal Kitchen?  I saw a Concierge Club and a Diamond Club. 
 

And which Class would Pinnacles be?  This was for Sea, Sky, and Star Class. 

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34 minutes ago, Milwaukee Eight said:

Did you look at the Deck Plans?  I might have missed it but didn’t see a Suite Lounge or Coastal Kitchen?  I saw a Concierge Club and a Diamond Club. 
 

And which Class would Pinnacles be?  This was for Sea, Sky, and Star Class. 

Don't mind me I'm just having fun.

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2 hours ago, island lady said:

 

+1 ----- advantage Vision and Radiance class.  😉 

And Quantum Class (except the Spectrum which was specially configured for Asia).  The new Odyssey will still have a Concierge Club so CC's do not really seem to be disappearing except on Voyager, Freedom and Oasis Class ships.  There are also two Voyager Class ships that, for the moment, still have Concierge Clubs, the Voyager and the Explorer.  The one in the Explorer will almost certainly disappear next April, when the Explorer gets "amped".  However, the one on the Voyager does not seem to be going away.  I assume that is because there are not all that many D+ members in Australia.

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1 hour ago, FLACRUISER99 said:

Did you notice only JS & P's allowed in CK on Odyssey, not listed as a Sky or Star benefit.

Sea Class Exclusives

  • Dedicated Check In Line
  • Priority Boarding
  • Coastal Kitchen Dinner
  • Royal Caribbean Classic Bathrobe
  • L'Occitane 50 ml Bathroom Amenities
  • In Room Mr. Coffee/Tea Service (kettle)

Sky Class Exclusives

  • VOOM - High Speed Internet (1-device per person)
  • Dedicated Check In Line
  • Priority Boarding
  • Priority Departure
  • Concierge Service
  • Suite Lounge/Concierge Club Access

Star Class Exclusives

  • VOOM – High Speed Internet (1-device per person)
  • Complimentary Gratuities
  • Suite Lounge/Concierge Club Access
  • Concierge Service
  • Complimentary Specialty Dining
  • Complimentary Deluxe Beverage Package
  • Royal Genie Service

I'm pretty sure each level is in addition to the previous one. So, whatever Sea gets is added to what Sky gets and so on.  But, it's not written well since some are listed on a couple or only one.  Priority boarding and departure for example.  

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48 minutes ago, Milwaukee Eight said:

Did you look at the Deck Plans?  I might have missed it but didn’t see a Suite Lounge or Coastal Kitchen?  I saw a Concierge Club and a Diamond Club. 
 

And which Class would Pinnacles be?  This was for Sea, Sky, and Star Class. 

The Odyssey deck plans show a Concierge Club in the same location as on all other Quantum Class ships except the specially configured Spectrum.  That is why I believe that Concierge Clubs are not disappearing.  They do not yet show CK but the plans for deck 14 are clearly incomplete.  All other Quantum Class ships (again excepting Spectrum) have CK on deck 14 so I would expect that the Odyssey will have one there too.

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18 hours ago, grapau27 said:

Thank you Pat and congratulations in advance for your Pinnacle celebration.

I will post while we are on Allure.

We were  last on Allure in September 2015 and 150 Central Park were doing their 2 different tasting menus then which we did both of them which were excellent.

Hope you have a fantastic cruise on Harmony.

We get on Grand Princess next month from SanFrancisco  to Hawaii and back to SF.

 

Thanks Graham!  🙂

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23 hours ago, Tulsacoker said:

I think the 3 drinks loaded on you sea pass was very nice of RCI to do. Wish they would do that for Suite guests as well 

The benefits loaded onto the Sea pass cards (including the drinks) are for various levels of crown and anchor loyalty membership and have nothing to do with cabin accommodations.   They are benefits to loyal Royal  Caribbean customers. 


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9 minutes ago, cruisegirl1 said:

The benefits loaded onto the Sea pass cards (including the drinks) are for various levels of crown and anchor loyalty membership and have nothing to do with cabin accommodations.   They are benefits to loyal Royal  Caribbean customers. 


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yeah, i understand who they were loaded too... however, they were loaded in order to reduce the amount of people in the DL/CL. It wold be nice to do it for suite guest in order to reduce the crowds in the SL since it is not just for suite guest.  

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3 minutes ago, Tulsacoker said:

yeah, i understand who they were loaded too... however, they were loaded in order to reduce the amount of people in the DL/CL. It wold be nice to do it for suite guest in order to reduce the crowds in the SL since it is not just for suite guest.  

Cruise more and you too can have the same options as some of us enjoy. 

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true true, my point is the 3 drinks loaded onto D and above sea pass cards is a recent addition...just would nice to see it expanded to S.  Would also be convenient when at the early show and not have to go back to SL 

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29 minutes ago, Tulsacoker said:

true true, my point is the 3 drinks loaded onto D and above sea pass cards is a recent addition...just would nice to see it expanded to S.  Would also be convenient when at the early show and not have to go back to SL 

What do you consider recent? Again cruise more and problem solved. You then get other perks/benefits besides the C&A HH drinks. You can still book suites and also enjoy C&A HH drinks at other bars, dining venues and the theater. We enjoy these options. 

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On 10/23/2019 at 11:00 PM, parrothead34984 said:

Our experience so far. We always do early seating dinner. We are dressed and ready well before dinner and we go to whatever bar we prefer at that time for our 3 drinks. Typically the British pub if that is what is on our ship.

 

We go and have our early dinner and then head to the diamond lounge. At this point, about an hour before late seating, we typically find the diamond lounge empty for about an hour and have great service and get our fill for the evening.

 

When the lounge opens, it is packed, but the last hour is mostly vacant from our experience.

This is a good plan - I will try this on my upcoming sailings.

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On 10/24/2019 at 7:00 AM, GTO-Girl said:


They are not talking about the Diamond Lounge itself but rather the nightclub or area they would usually use as the Diamond overflow....

On the Snowbird Migration cruise Oct 7 - 20 - the overflow lounge was packed by 4;01!   Basically it is just easier to use another lounge for your drinks.

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21 hours ago, Tulsacoker said:

Wonder if D+ can access CL on Ovation ?      

Diamond Lounge - Diamond and higher guests

Concierge lounges- GS and higher, D+ & Pin

Suite Lounge-GS and higher, Pinnacles

 

And yes we were just on Ovation this summer.

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