Much of Harmony of the Seas, and the Royal Caribbean fleet in general, is geared towards the whole family, providing entertainment for all ages. However, The Attic is an exception to this rule, providing entertainment for a more mature audience in the evening – host a selection of comedy and musical acts.
Whether you’re a fan of lightning-quick wit and bouncy one liners or getting your groove on to hits which transcend the decades; The Attic is a fantastic setting to end another blissful day on the open seas. The Attic has its own bar, so if someone’s looking after the kids (or you’ve left them at home with family/friends) you can settle in for the night with your favourite tipple and some top class entertainment.
Royal Caribbean have been scouting around the globe for the very best musical and comedic talent to share their talents aboard The Attic. This has cultivated a night time venue where no two performances are the same, thanks to the wealth of talent gracing the stage.
Found in Entertainment Place on deck four of the ship, the stylish night time venue provides a sophisticated setting for a romantic (and side-splitting if you catch one of the comedians) evening with the other half.
Entertainment Place is Harmony of the Seas’ premier night club district, with the Diamond Club, Jazz on 4, Casino Royale and the art gallery all joining The Attic. Jazz on 4, in particular, is a grand place to spend an evening, hosting jazz shows most nights. The small jazz club also hosts the Prohibition Party, celebrating prohibition-era USA on the fifth night of every cruise.
And Casino Royale boasts a huge number of games machines and tables, giving you the chance to try and strike it lucky during an evening on the town. Whether your preferred game is poker, craps, roulette or black jack, you might be able to top off a wonderful night aboard Harmony of the Seas with a big win. Furthermore, it’s home to the only indoor section of the ship with a smoking area – great if you plan to celebrate a big win with a well-earned cigar.
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