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Looking at the Panoramic suite ----   decent pricing 

 

Does it get double C&A points?  It looks like it's a lower category than JS. 

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Last I heard, it was considered a full (as like Grand) suite.

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Yes it gets double points and is considered a full suite like Bob said incl the higher grats

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53 minutes ago, Host Clarea said:

Last I heard, it was considered a full (as like Grand) suite.

 

I'm getting room service. 😁😇

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Posted (edited)
23 minutes ago, John&LaLa said:

 

I'm getting room service. 😁😇

Good idea!!😇

Edited by molly361

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Interesting --  on this sailing I'm looking at it's cheaper than the JS.

 

Thanks for the info. 

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17 minutes ago, RCCL Fan said:

Interesting --  on this sailing I'm looking at it's cheaper than the JS.

 

Thanks for the info. 

 

No balcony. Deal breaker for some

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3 minutes ago, John&LaLa said:

 

No balcony. Deal breaker for some

double points, less money than a JS, and lots of space.... it's definitely got my attention.

 

But my wife will likely hate it ---  she's never not sailed in a balcony, and she loves her morning coffee there.

 

I better just stop looking now...  🤣

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1 hour ago, Host Clarea said:

Now we have two dogs using halos.

Well, we might as well make it three😇

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1 hour ago, RCCL Fan said:

Interesting --  on this sailing I'm looking at it's cheaper than the JS.

 

Thanks for the info. 

 

Which sailing is this?

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6 hours ago, Jzx1103 said:

 

Which sailing is this?

Ditto this question.  I found them to be less expensive than the JS at first but then they adjusted the pricing when the new sailings got released .  Odd thing is last time I looked (which was awhile ago) you could still book them as refundable even though they are now designated as full suites.

Edited by molly361

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Even though we are Diamond Plus with Royal we haven't cruised much with them the last few years so when I saw these new to us suites they look great so we have one booked in November on the Explorer and it was pretty close to the same price as a junior suite. Looking forward to it. Looks great.

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16 hours ago, Ourusualbeach said:

Well, we might as well make it three😇

Four! 😇

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On 5/18/2019 at 8:07 PM, Jzx1103 said:

 

Which sailing is this?

I saw it on several.

 

We were looking at Mariner to the Bahamas  and Adventure to Mexico. 

 

The Mrs. actually approved the balcony-less room  so we booked it.

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Actually have another question about these rooms.

 

I know that whole section up front was an add on --- does it connect to the jogging track or is it a self contained area?

 

For example, If I walk out of the room and walk aft, past the elevators, and continue aft will there be a set of doors leading straight out to the jogging track?

 

Or will I have to go down a flight of stairs to access the rest of the ship?

 

Any ideas?

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Door at end of hall goes directly to jogging track and Sky Bar

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35 minutes ago, RCCL Fan said:

I saw it on several.

 

We were looking at Mariner to the Bahamas  and Adventure to Mexico. 

 

The Mrs. actually approved the balcony-less room  so we booked it.

 

I poked around and can't find any.🤔

I have one booked on Adventure for December,  but booked it a year ago

Edited by John&LaLa

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8 minutes ago, John&LaLa said:

 

I poked around and can't find any.🤔

I have one booked on Adventure for December,  but booked it a year ago

 

Ours is on Adventure in 2020 also. The Panoramic suite was $480 less than the JS for our family of four.  

 

I don't remember the dates on Mariner, I'm sorry.

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30 minutes ago, John&LaLa said:

 

I poked around and can't find any.🤔

I have one booked on Adventure for December,  but booked it a year ago

Mariner March 6 and March 13 2020.  Great prices. Less than a JS and way less than what I’m seeing for other months.   My guess is that these were ones that were booked back when prices were lower and then cancelled and they reverted back to old prices. 

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5 minutes ago, Ourusualbeach said:

Mariner March 6 and March 13 2020.  Great prices. Less than a JS and way less than what I’m seeing for other months.   My guess is that these were ones that were booked back when prices were lower and then cancelled and they reverted back to old prices. 

Yes!!  I was looking at the March 13, 2020

We went with Adventure instead though lol

Thanks!!

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Once they figured out the designation of it the prices really shot up. I booked one on the Mariner for February back at the beginning for $684 for 2. I just checked the March sailings and it's $1,582 for 2

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10 minutes ago, Retired LEO said:

Once they figured out the designation of it the prices really shot up. I booked one on the Mariner for February back at the beginning for $684 for 2. I just checked the March sailings and it's $1,582 for 2

Check out some May sailings.  Almost $1500 per person

Edited by Ourusualbeach

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On 5/22/2019 at 12:10 AM, Retired LEO said:

Once they figured out the designation of it the prices really shot up. I booked one on the Mariner for February back at the beginning for $684 for 2. I just checked the March sailings and it's $1,582 for 2

Great price. We have 3 booked on the Mariner (may cancel 2 after trying it.). Anyway also booked way back when but didn't get that good a price

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