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Solstice Plaza deck walkthrough

Albert Ross

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Can you walk along the corridor on deck 3 Plaza from the Grand Foyer to the theatre? The deck plans look like there is a line across which implies a wall next to #3101. Wondered if this is true or if this corridor would be noisy as people use it to cut through.
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You can't really enter the theater from the bottom floor, so I don't think there will be much traffic in that hallway. I tried this same route one night after dinner and it doesn't work. The main entrance is on the middle deck of the theater, deck 4 (Promenade), and then you can go down the steps to the bottom floor of the theater. Hope that makes sense! :o
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[quote name='Albert Ross']Thanks - what we wanted to hear.
It does also show a solid line on the deck plans from behind the Grand Foyer to access this corridor -perhaps you abseil in to the cabins.......or the deckplans are not to be trusted![/quote]

Yeah, the line separating the Grand Foyer from the cabins is pretty strange. There is a door there, but it's labelled as emergency exit, but no alarms sound or anything when you open it. Oh, and after I actually looked up the word "abseil", your post made me lol. And it's my new word I learned today ;)
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  • 3 weeks later...
By looking at the deck plans it seems as though most of the cabin area has a wide, open area so that when you opened your door from one of the ocean view cabins you'd not see a narrow hallway & wall right in front of you ... you'd see a wide hallway & the doors to the cabins on the other side of the ship. Is this accurate or did they just not draw a wall on their deck plans?

Has anyone stayed in one of these Plaza deck cabins? Comments on your experiences down there?

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