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  1. Prices for Neptune SA are high. At this point if you get a NS (per room) for under $1,000.00 per night your doing good... The fact that there are less of them on the new ships tells me that HAL does not wish that clientele...same with only one Pinnacle Suite on a much larger ship.
  2. BTW, very likely for many people to find out the issues and solutions HERE, before they find out from HAL...
  3. HAL certainly needs to step up the music for a younger crowd. I am a Rocker, but, yes, even for me the music has been too loud at times....
  4. Thanks for the very few here actually answering the question. The rest of you need to get a life. Look, I have also been told that even in a Neptune that they would not open it. Plus, it is a very straight forward question as to whether it CAN be done: not if it SHOULD be done. I made that clear in the original post. Jeeze, let me be!
  5. On the K'dam, do Neptune Suite guests have assigned times or tables in Club Orange???
  6. Well, I wish not to ask, just to do it. Also, This is for a Neptune Suite that is facing front, that has a partition to that area from a side balcony. It can be opened and you can go out there under good weather conditions.....
  7. So, the question is not if you should open the partition on your balcony (with friends next door), but rather is it possible to do so? Special tool, key??? Thanks.
  8. Yes, often HAL is a bargain too often---that is the problem. Except for NS, which often at $1,000.00 per cabin, are over priced and diluted.
  9. The people who have complained about the OP post are complainers....
  10. Not much benefit to the packages anyway.....often none.
  11. But, isn't that why we HAD the pinnacle grill to start with???
  12. Yes and sad. Middle class has been pinched out.
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