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Deck Layouts, Public Venues, Stateroom Information
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These are the newest deck plans for Independence of the Seas Deck 5 deck. Cruisedeckplans provides full interactive deck plans for the Independence of the Seas Deck 5 deck. Just move your mouse over any stateroom and a pop up will appear with detail information, including a full description and floor layout, and a link to pictures and/or videos.
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Star LoungeA large lounge used for receptions, themed parties, karaoke and other entertainment. Featuring live music, dancing and events such as bingo, quizzes and game shows also take place here.
LibraryServes as both the library and RC Online.
SorrentosThe complimentary eatery serves authentic Italian pizza along with daily specials such as Panini of the day, anti pasto including roasted peppers, olives and pancetta, salad, breads and desserts from ameretti biscotti to pana cotta and tiramisu.
Royal PromenadeAs well as featuring an array of shops, bars and eateries, is also the location for the ship's street style parades including the Mad Hatter parade that take place several times throughout a cruise with choreographed dancing , music and performances.
VintagesSignature wine bar where guests can sit back and relax with a glass of wine and take in the view of the Royal Promenade.
Cupcake Cupboard40s-style shop where there’s a new flavour of cupcake showcased every day.
Cafe PromenadeOpen 24 hours a day and serves casual snacks, a selection of freshly brewed roasted coffee and pastries. Sandwiches can also be ordered at lunchtime.
Champagne BarSeats 49 guests and is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of champagne before or after dinner.
King Lear Dining RoomThe top of the three-tier waiter service main dining rooms, with seating for 883 guests.
Ale & Anchor PubWhiskies and Scotch Bar.
Ice Cream ShopIce Cream shop featuring Ben Jerrys icecream.
Observation DeckForward part of deck 5 with bench seating. Also is a Helicopter Pad.
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The cruise line separates the different categories (Inside, Oceanview, Balcony) into subcategories. The only difference in the subcategories is usually location on the ship. The detail above shows subcategory color, category name, and subcategory name. For detailed information, mouse over a cabin on the deck plans and a pop up window will appear. You will find diagrams, pictures and information about that cabin category including square footage and features.
Royal Caribbean has the most complicted and most difficult to understand category coding of all the major cruise lines. Its complicated because some cabins can be classified many different ways, sometimes without rhymn or reason. In some cases they also use the same color to denote two different categories.
They use a number followed by letter to denote the type of cabin. Cabins are ranked from the lowest number first to the highest number and also from the lowest letter first to the highest letter. Therefore a category that begins with 1 is consider a better cabin choice than one that begins with 3. The type of cabin is defined by the letter that appears after the number.
Letter V defines a inside cabin. Letter T defines a promenade view stateroom. A Boardwalk view balcony uses the letters I,J.
Oceanview cabins are defined by letter N. Spacious oceanview cabins by the letter M. Panoramic oceanview cabins are defined with the letters P and L. Letter S defines a boardwalk view cabin.
Spacious balconies are defined by the letter B. Regular balcony cabins use the letter D.
|Four pullman beds|
|Sleeps up to 3|
|Sleeps up to 4|
|Sofa and pullman bed|
|Two pullman beds|