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IMG_0136_zpsxeby8x4u.jpgIMG_0135_zps9nmig8my.jpgIMG_0134_zpsvbso1c7h.jpgIMG_0142_zpssqvfophg.jpgonboard IOS now and before sailing I struggled to find pictures of the new suite lounge so here are some!

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With the sun deck attached to the inside lounge...I wonder how well the dress code of no swimsuits or bare feet works going into the enclosed lounge? :confused:

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With the sun deck attached to the inside lounge...I wonder how well the dress code of no swimsuits or bare feet works going into the enclosed lounge? :confused:

No dress code! (y)

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Thanks very much. I wanted to see pictures! Looks pretty deserted though. What time of day was it? And what were the opening hours?

 

 

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50 minutes ago, M&JfromSDL said:

Is this for full suites or are JS guests also allowed to access this area?

 

Sorry, not for Junior suites. 

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I have seen swimsuits, wet towels, tank tops, and PJ’s in the Suite Lounges. I believe the dress code is much more relaxed than seasoned cruisers are accustomed. 

 

I have no no issues with the dress in the Suite Lounge. 

Edited by Milwaukee Eight

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5 minutes ago, wirral36 said:

Hi, any ideas of what the open times are at the suite lounge ? 

 

The Suite Lounge is accessible 24 hours using your SeaPass card.

 

If you are asking about the free drink period, that is normally a 3.5 hour period starting at either 4:30pm or 5pm.

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On 10/8/2018 at 9:26 AM, island lady said:

With the sun deck attached to the inside lounge...I wonder how well the dress code of no swimsuits or bare feet works going into the enclosed lounge? 😕

 

On 11/15/2018 at 11:12 PM, Milwaukee Eight said:

I have seen swimsuits, wet towels, tank tops, and PJ’s in the Suite Lounges. I believe the dress code is much more relaxed than seasoned cruisers are accustomed. 

 

I have no no issues with the dress in the Suite Lounge. 

 

I learned how to disable the motion sensor while on AOS. 😉🍺

 

I think they disable it at night and during happy hour

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1 hour ago, John&LaLa said:

 

 

I learned how to disable the motion sensor while on AOS. 😉🍺

 

I think they disable it at night and during happy hour

 

Disabled in the DL on Mariner also.  Good thing...since a lot of "wall climbers" keep trying to get in there.  😉 

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1 hour ago, Host Clarea said:

 

The Suite Lounge is accessible 24 hours using your SeaPass card.

 

If you are asking about the free drink period, that is normally a 3.5 hour period starting at either 4:30pm or 5pm.

 

Does the suite lounge on ships other than Oasis class have unlimited drinks (like the Diamond Lounge) or are they three drinks loaded onto your card.  (My goodness, how do you all keep this stuff straight😯)

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2 minutes ago, mafig said:

 

Does the suite lounge on ships other than Oasis class have unlimited drinks (like the Diamond Lounge) or are they three drinks loaded onto your card.  (My goodness, how do you all keep this stuff straight😯)

 

Most ships other than Oasis Class follow the same drink rules in DL/CL/SL. Unlimited during happy hour

Edited by John&LaLa

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14 minutes ago, mafig said:

 

Does the suite lounge on ships other than Oasis class have unlimited drinks (like the Diamond Lounge) or are they three drinks loaded onto your card.  (My goodness, how do you all keep this stuff straight😯)

 

All Suite Lounges have unlimited drinks during the evening cocktail period.

 

However, only the Suite Lounges on Oasis class ships also offer unlimited selected beers, wines, soda, and bottled water from 11am to 11pm.

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On 7/8/2019 at 11:13 AM, Host Clarea said:

 

The Suite Lounge is accessible 24 hours using your SeaPass card.

 

If you are asking about the free drink period, that is normally a 3.5 hour period starting at either 4:30pm or 5pm.

CONCERIGE LOUNGE HOURS, 8:30 AM TO 11:30 am,  EVENING 5:30 PM TO 8:30 PM

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On 10/8/2018 at 3:35 AM, Peewee14 said:

IMG_0136_zpsxeby8x4u.jpgIMG_0135_zps9nmig8my.jpgIMG_0134_zpsvbso1c7h.jpgIMG_0142_zpssqvfophg.jpgonboard IOS now and before sailing I struggled to find pictures of the new suite lounge so here are some!

IMG_0143_zpslancxto1.jpg

IMG_0144_zpsojgvztl0.jpg

 

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Do all Voyager and Freedom class have the lounge upgrades??  So nice to have a view and outside seating.  

 

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On 11/15/2018 at 9:46 PM, neverbeenhere said:

 

Sorry, not for Junior suites. 

 

What about the Panoramic ocean view suites?

Edited by dominicr
Wrong spelling

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52 minutes ago, dominicr said:

 

What about the Panoramic ocean view suites?

 

Full suite perks.

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