Debuting on December 1st, 2010, Allure of the Seas is the second largest ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet. At 225,282 tons and 1,187 feet, this behemoth sister ship to Oasis of the Seas can comfortably accommodate 5,400 passengers at double occupancy. Packed from bow to stern, Allure of the Seas is packed with family-friendly activities designed to make your cruise holiday unforgettable. Alternating itineraries to the Eastern and Western Caribbean, Allure of the Seas will stop at Fort Lauderdale, Florida; St. Thomas; St. Maarten; Nassau, Bahamas; Falmouth, Jamaica; Cozumel; and Royal Caribbean's private Haitian beach, Labadee.
Allure of the Seas Recreation
The massive Allure of the Seas is organized into seven “neighbourhoods,” making it easier for guests to find the right recreation. In the Vitality at the Sea Spa and Fitness neighborhood, you’ll find relaxing massage suites for both individuals and couples, a youth spa, and a full salon offering hair and makeup services. Stay fit with Allure of the Seas’ onboard fitness center, equipped with 158 cardio and resistance machines, pilates, kickboxing, and yoga classes. In the Pool and Sports Zones you’ll find the H20 Zone aqua park for kids, 4 pools, 10 whirlpools, and a unique adults-only poolside Solarium. Two Flowriders, sports courts, mini-golf, and a zip line that offers endless amounts of fun.
The Entertainment Place is where the guests go to kick back and let loose. Adults can find the after-hours entertainment at Casino Royale, Blaze Nightclub, Jazz on 4, and Comedy Live. Musical acts perform at Dazzles, Studio B features amazing ice shows, and the Opal Theatre seats 1,380 guests for live performances of all kinds.
For family fun, Allure of the Seas offers the largest dedicated youth area at sea. Kids let loose at the open gym, have fun whilst learning at the Adventure Ocean Theater, Science Lab, and The Workshop, where they can learn to scrapbook or make their own jewelry. An onboard nursery service keeps kids safe and active, and the teen area offers underage dance clubs and lounges. You’ll also find a full-size carousel, onboard gardens, and the AquaTheater, a truly unique amphitheatre at sea. Allure of the Seas is also the first to feature the DreamWorks experience, with the How to Train Your Dragon Ice Show and Madagascar Aqua Show.
Allure of the Seas Food
In addition to formal dinner seating, 24-hour room service, and a buffet-style service for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Allure of the Seas offers many options for gourmet meals onboard. At the Vitality Café, you’ll find healthy and refreshing snacks. The Solarium Bistro and Wipe Out Café are the place to refuel after water recreation in the Pool and Sports Zone.
Allure of the Seas Staterooms
The 2,700 spacious staterooms onboard the ship offer truly luxurious accommodations. Allure of the Seas features 28 modern loft suites for a unique cruise experience with breathtaking panoramic views. You can also choose between standard interior, exterior, and balcony staterooms. All staterooms onboard Royal Caribbean cruise ships include private bath, shower, television, telephone, and hairdryer.