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If booked in a balcony on deck 8 near the aft elevators do you have direct access to Central Park?  It appears that the location of the rising tide bar may mean there is no direct access from the elevator area.  Would someone who is familiar with the Allure or is currently sailing on her please answer this question.  If one must use the stairs to get to Central Park, how many stairs are there? 

 

 

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We had a boardwalk balcony on 8 (loved it!), and 1 of my favorite things about it was that it was a quick walk to central park! Theres glass doors right past the elevators...no stairs need to get to co if staying on 8!

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1 hour ago, rose6 said:

If booked in a balcony on deck 8 near the aft elevators do you have direct access to Central Park?  It appears that the location of the rising tide bar may mean there is no direct access from the elevator area.  Would someone who is familiar with the Allure or is currently sailing on her please answer this question.  If one must use the stairs to get to Central Park, how many stairs are there? 

 

 

 

You would have to go to the elevator lobby and through a door to Central Park.

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The rising tide bar in no way blocks the elevators. 

 

You enter CP from the elevator lobbies. 

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Yup.  Our balcony cabin was forward of CP and it was easy to get to the aft elevator by walking through.  The bar is kind of in the middle of the park.  Sidewalks can get crowded with people taking pictures or listening to music, but bar has no effect on traffic.

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It was great having a Deck 8 cabin and running to CP for breakfast to bring back to the balcony. No stairs, just the set of doors off the elevator lobby on either end of CP. 

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