Rae - Answered a Question by carver (06 Dec 08 21:37)

Cabin 7617 is on deck 7 and above deck 6, which is cabins. Deck 5 is the promenade and I would estimate that you are above a shop. But as I said, not immediately above it. Go to the RCI website here: http://www.royalcaribbean.co.uk/findacruise/ships/ship/decks/deck/home.do;jsessionid=0000EQkWtvdJVu9MyIRguarrXgw:13dlht99k?shipCode=ID&shipProfile=1242 and look at the deck plans and you can work it out!

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Wilba - Answered a Question by carver (07 Dec 08 09:18)

I have stayed on deck 6, immediately above the pub, & quite honestly it was not a problem. Any entertainment was finished by 11.30pm at the latest so we were still up & about at that time. Given a choice, I would choose the same cabin again. Regards Wilba.

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James - Answered a Question by carver (07 Dec 08 20:07)

I have stayed on Deck 8 which as others have stated is above the majority of the entertainment. But don't worry you won't hear any noise. The only things above you are the Winjammer the pool decks, and all the kids/teenager stuff, which again, will not pose any noise problems. If you are going on the canary itinerary its fabulous.......

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larreta - Answered a Question by carver (09 Dec 08 15:55)

We had a promenade cabin in Sept.08 and the windows are so well insulated that noise is not a prpblem, this was an incredible cruise company to sail with and you will have fantastic time.We are frequent P&O travellers and RCI win hands down.

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bridge - Answered a Question by carver (17 Dec 08 21:24)

I agree with wilba,i also stayed on deck 6 in june not a problem and i would stay on that deck again,very handy for everything we had a fantastic time and i am sure you will 2.

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