Allure of the Seas cruise ship guide

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Allure of the Seas is all about entertainment, with some fantastic entertainment and plenty of activities for all the family. Cruise 1st Australia has all the latest deals on our Allure of the Seas cruise deals page.

About Allure of the Seas

Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class cruise ships are the biggest in its fleet – some 40% bigger than its Freedom class, for example. That’s one reason why Allure of the Seas has been described as an “architectural marvel at sea”, with 16 decks spanning 362 metres in length – all home to some of the best facilities and attractions you’ll find on any cruise ship.

The ship is divided up into 7 ‘neighbourhoods’ – including Central Park, the first park at sea, which features more than 12,000 live plants.

Allure of the Seas aims to provide an unforgettable experience for all the family. With the Dreamworks Experience, kids (and big kids!) will get to meet some of their movie heroes, including Shrek, Fiona and Kung Fu Panda. There are also fantastic shows and meet-and-greet mealtimes.

There’s plenty more to do, too – including Flowriders, which replicate the surfing experience from the safety of the deck. And it’s not all about activity and excitement – you can relax and unwind in the Sea Spa, stop at the café for a cup of tea or coffee, or stroll through the Central Park gardens.

There’s a huge amount to choose from when it comes to dining. The Main Dining Room serves fantastic, varied dishes all week round, but there are also a number of speciality restaurants including Sorrento’s Pizza, Samba Grill Brazilian Steakhouse, Giovanni’s Table and more. You’ll also find plenty of more relaxed options, like the Windjammer Cafe or the Wipe Out Cafe.

Accommodation

Even if you choose the most basic interior staterooms, you’ll be very comfortable and well-looked-after on board. Basic amenities include luxury bedding, telephone, safe and TV. Outside staterooms also provide a window with beautiful sea views.

Balcony suites are more spacious, and include a private balcony where you can take in the sea air.

The very best rooms are the Suites, and there are plenty of options here: from the most expensive Royal Loft Suite with two floors, jacuzzi and even a Baby Grand piano, to the Aquatheatre Suites with a view of the amphitheatre.

Book an Allure of the Seas cruise

You can see all the latest deals on our Allure of the Seas cruise deals page. Be sure to check back soon, as we’re always updating our cruise schedule! You can also search for other deals in your price range and location on the website.

Image Sourced Via Flickr Creative Commons. Credit:Rennett Stowe 

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Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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