One of two ships in Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class, the Allure of the Seas offers a truly incredible cruising experience, a veritable floating city that sails through the Caribbean year-round…
Allure of the Seas’ innovative split-superstructure design ensuring there are both inward- and outward-facing staterooms meaning guests can have either an oceanview of people-watching view.
There are 13 different categories of suites available from the standard windowless interior rooms (45 sqm), to the family cabins (83 sqm). All staterooms rooms have a flatscreen interactive TVs, a vanity, hair dryer, sitting area, and mini fridge. Bathrooms are pleasant and functional, with sizable shower stalls.
Private balcony, TV, telephone, minibar, safe, Private bathroom with bath, vanity area and hair dryer, Full breakfast, lunch, dinner room service, Complimentary Concierge service, Priority check-in, Priority departure, Complimentary luggage valet service
Private balcony, Sitting area with sofa bed, Two twin-beds or one queen-size bed, TV, telephone and safe, Private bathroom with shower, vanity area and hair dryer, Room service available 24 hours day
Ocean view, Sitting area, Two twin beds or one queen-size bed, TV, telephone and safe, Private bathroom with shower, vanity area and hair dryer, Room service available 24 hours a day
Sitting area, Two twin beds or one queen-size bed, TV, telephone and safe, Private bathroom with shower, vanity area and hair dryer, Room service available 24 hours a day
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line’s Allure of the Seas sails from Fort Lauderdale all year round. This action-packed ship has so many entertainment options, restaurants and bars on board that they have split the ship into four massive entertainment neighbourhoods. Touted as the future of cruising, Allure of the Seas is ideal for families, couples or singles looking for an entertaining, extraordinary world cruise ship experience.
Did you know?
- Tonnage: 225282
- Number of Cabins: 2706
- Number of Cabins with Verandas: 1956
- Number of Passengers: 5400
The Coliseum in Rome stands 50m tall, whereas Allure of the Seas from keel to funnel
is 75m high.