Sleek, light and airy, Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas promises panoramic vistas and wide-open spaces at every turn. One of four ships on the Radiance Class, Serenade of the seas offers such unique facilities as an outdoor film screen, new dining options, a Royal Babies and Tots Nursery and flat-screen interactive TVs in all the staterooms…
Appropriately decorated in Sailor Navy blues and copper tones, cabins on the Serenade are spacious with 75% of outside staterooms measuring at least 55 sqm. Cabins are fully equipped with mini-fridges, hair dryers, interactive televisions, small sitting areas and lots of drawer space. There are four main categories of staterooms on the Serenade of the Seas: Suites, Balcony, Outside and Interior.
There are two different types of interior staterooms on the Serenade of the Seas, including Accessible Inside Stateroom and Interior Stateroom. Interior rooms have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size, a sitting area and a private bathroom.
There are three different types of outdoor staterooms on the Serenade of the Seas, including Family Ocean View Stateroom, Large Ocean View Stateroom, Accessible Outside Stateroom, Ocean View Stateroom. Outside staterooms have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size, a sitting area and a private bathroom.
There are three different types of balcony staterooms on the Serenade of the Seas, including Superior Ocean View Stateroom, Accessible Balcony stateroom and Deluxe Ocean view Stateroom. These rooms have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size, a sitting area, private balcony and private bathroom.
There are six different types of suites on the Serenade of the Seas, including Royal Suite, Owner’s Suite, Two Bedroom Suite, Grand Suite, Accessible Suite and Junior Suite. Suits have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size, a private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed), private bathroom with bathtub.
The beautiful Serenade of the Seas spends the European summer operating a range of 12-night inland waterway cruises from Barcelona until December when she repositions herself out of New Orleans to operate seven-night Bahamas and Caribbean cruises. Expect a more classic feel in terms of décor and ambiance although the ship still provides the same main attractions her bigger sister ships offer.
Did you know?
- Tonnage: 90090
- Number of Cabins: 1050
- Number of Cabins with Verandas: 577
- Number of Passengers: 2100
The ship is best known for its 10-storey glass-constructed Centrum, glass elevators facing the sea and highest percentage of outside cabins in the Royal Caribbean fleet.