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Kerr - Answered a Question by McPherson (13 Jul 08 13:56)

Yes well worth the money. We are just back from an Ocean Village 2 Cruise. The Club Lounge opens from 7am to 8pm. You get a continental breakfast plus rolls with sausage/bacon. There are snacks available all day. The afternoon tea is from 3pm until 5pm and is quite something. From 5pm until 8pm it is free drinks - most people were having champagne but you can get whatever you want. The glasses are regularly topped up and there are lovely canapes during this time as well. You also get free internet access and newspapers and magazines to read. Places are limited to around 30 and are taken quickly. It is situated on deck 11 at the front of the ship. It is basically a haven from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the ship. One last thing the staff who look after your needs are called Vijay and Nectar and are excellent. They can also make restaurant bookings for you at La Luna and Le Bistro...not sure whether a child of 15 pays or not. Hope this helps. Clare and Bob.

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Marty - replied to Kerr (21 Sep 08 19:25)

Hi, how much is the club louge, please and do you have to book at the ship's reception or can you book direct at the lounge ? Many thanks.

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Kerr - Answered a Question by McPherson (22 Sep 08 09:23)

It costs £70 per person. We went straight to the lounge and booked as soon as we went on board. You will get a letter about it delivered to your room but we didn't wait for that.

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