18 Days of Anthem of the Seas – Rotational Dining


Royal Caribbean have been tinkering with the dining options aboard their newer ships, striving to give all guests an attentive but relaxing experience whilst on board. The recently-launched Quantum of the Seas was the first member of the fleet to benefit from the Dynamic Dining options, but her upcoming sister will utilise Rotational Dining to keep all guests fed and watered.

With food being such an integral part of many holidays, we have decided to explore Rotational Dining and find out when you’ll get fed on the Anthem of the Seas.

What is Rotational Dining?

All guests aboard the Anthem of the Seas will be invited to dine at a different complimentary on-board restaurant every night. Rotating between the five complimentary restaurants – American Icon Grill, Chic, Coastal Kitchen, The Grande Restaurant, Silk – dining times will be organised to remove the queues and stress from dining.

This approach to dining is similar to the process currently used by Disney Cruises, and your personal dining staff will rotate with you – meaning your preferences and tastes will be remembered and indulged wherever you are dining.

Significant emphasis has been placed upon satisfying all palates, making sure all guests enjoy dining in all the eateries aboard the Anthem of the Seas – increasing the chance you’ll find something new you love.

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But I’m Hungry Now!

If you are concerned by the structure of Rotational Dining or are not keen on the next restaurant you’ll be visiting, there are a number of alternatives. Firstly, there are an additional six complimentary dining venues where you and the family can dine including the Windjammer Marketplace – a 24-hour buffet.

Guests are also welcome to make reservations in one of the seven paid-for restaurants on-board with menus as diverse as Italian and sushi.



Images via Royal Caribbean Press Center and Flickr Creative Commons. Credits: mikeru


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Claire has worked in the travel industry since leaving college in 1994. One of this blog's most regular contributors, Claire covers cruise news and industry trends.

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