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Upgrading to suite at port

Discussion in 'Royal Caribbean International' started by AJ coast, Sep 26, 2006.

  1. Roland

    Roland Guest

    Re: New RCCL SHIP name...

    [quote rcl2007]GENARATION OF THE SEAS...[/quote]

    What does Genaration mean?????????
     
  2. PH8

    PH8 Guest

    =huhWas just about to ask the same thing.....=huh
     
  3. rcl2007

    rcl2007 Guest

    Freedom of the seas how tall is she....

    Is the Freedom of the seas taller then the Voyager class...Looking at the Ship information Voyager of the seas is 235 feeet high and Freedom is 208 Feet high..So i guss voyager class ships are taller..
     
  4. rcicruisers1

    rcicruisers1 Guest

    Re: Freedom of the seas how tall is she....

    Never heard of Generation ship, just Genesis.
     
  5. Roland

    Roland Guest

    [quote rcl2007]Is the Freedom of the seas taller then the Voyager class...Looking at the Ship information Voyager of the seas is 235 feeet high and Freedom is 208 Feet high..So i guss voyager class ships are taller..[/quote]

    This thread has derailed(td)
    What has above to do with upgrading at port=?
     
  6. PH8

    PH8 Guest

    That's right.we DID have a topic about upgrades,didnt we??

    What happened???=huh
     
  7. AJ coast

    AJ coast Guest

    Lol, so back to upgrades, don't we all love them...
     
  8. PH8

    PH8 Guest

    I do,as a Diamond Plus member..
     
  9. kasey

    kasey Guest

    Yeah, I'm gonna try again in May & Sept. for a pier upgrade. ya just never know, maybe if I end up in a suite I'll get an invite to the Captains table too!:D
     
  10. Libby

    Libby Guest

    Our best approach to cruising is we plan on staying in the stateroom we booked, and eating with the tablemates we're assigned, and if we do any better than that (an upgrade or dinner with the captain or an officer), it's icing on the cake.
     
  11. PH8

    PH8 Guest

    [quote kasey]. ya just never know, maybe if I end up in a suite I'll get an invite to the Captains table too!:D[/quote]Cant say we didnt try the last time...
     
  12. kasey

    kasey Guest

    [quote PH8][quote kasey]. ya just never know, maybe if I end up in a suite I'll get an invite to the Captains table too!:D[/quote]Cant say we didnt try the last time...[/quote]

    I know Ph, actually you did BETTER than the Capt. table...

    Libby, yea me too, it's just kind of a running joke about me getting invited to the Captains table. Never happened but I consider it HIS loss not mine!;)
     
  13. PH8

    PH8 Guest

    Ahhhhhhhhh,thanks KC....it was my pleasure!
     
  14. AJ coast

    AJ coast Guest

    Just got this table from RCL today, for VOYAGER CLASS ships. Glad that the Royal suite upgrade prices have been upped!

    For Voyager class ships, please refer to the following table:

    From To 2-5 Night 6-9 Night
    Suite Royal $1,000 $1,750
    Suite Suite $300 $400
    Balcony Royal $1,500 $2,000
    Balcony Suite $400 $600
    Balcony Balcony $75 $75
    Outside Royal $2,500 $3,000
    Outside Suite $600 $800
    Outside Balcony $200 $300
    Outside Outside $50 $50
    Inside Royal $3,500 $4,000
    Inside Suite $800 $1,000
    Inside Balcony $400 $500
    Inside Outside $150 $200
    Inside Inside $50 $50
     
  15. PH8

    PH8 Guest

    WHY are you glad they upped it??=huh
     
  16. AJ coast

    AJ coast Guest

    [quote PH8]WHY are you glad they upped it??=huh[/quote]

    So it doesn't dilute the premium of the more high-end cabins.
     
  17. PH8

    PH8 Guest

    [quote AJ coast][quote PH8]WHY are you glad they upped it??=huh[/quote]

    So it doesn't dilute the premium of the more high-end cabins.[/quote]

    Ok.whatever that is supposed to mean.......guess you dont like people being able to get a good deal.......
     
  18. AJ coast

    AJ coast Guest

    Good deals on staterooms and even JS are awesome...the higher-end cabins should be reserved to those who really can afford 'em.
     
  19. PH8

    PH8 Guest

    But what if they are not sold out by sailing? Why not give someone who normally cant afford it a break??

    Besides I know if that RS is available at sail time,they wont sell it......they'll use it as a Bingo prize....seen that happen more than once......
     
  20. rcicruisers1

    rcicruisers1 Guest

    I know quite a few folks that can afford any suite, but get inside cabins.
    I'm with PH, give the ones that can't afford a suite a chance for a once in a lifetime cabin at a reasonable price. The bean counter revenue departments are going to ruin cruising.
     

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