ROYAL CARIBBEAN ALLURE OF THE SEAS
BIGGER IS BETTER!
Once again, it's Royal Caribbean FOR THE WIN! I just completed my 6th cruise and it's my 4th time cruising with Royal Caribbean International. They have yet to disappoint. I'm just going to go ahead and say it: Allure of the Seas is my favorite cruise ship I have been on thus far.
First things first, the ship is enormous. In terms of size, Allure is the 3rd largest in the RC fleet. I have a great sense of direction and I got lost at least 3 times a day.
Flowrider (Surfing and Boogie Board Simulation)
Sports Court ( Basketball, Ping Pong, Mini Golf, Volleyball, Dodgeball)
Arcades (I spotted 2, but I heard there was a 3rd one somewhere)
OceanAria Water Show (Amazing. If you have ever been to Vegas, this show gives me Cirque Du Soleil 'O' vibes)
Mystery Dinner Theater
Game Shows (If you ever take an RC cruise you MUST go to the Quest Game show. It's ALWAYS hilarious and amazing)
Outdoor Movie Nights
Designated Tots/Kids and Teen Spaces
Grande, Silk, American Grill (Main Dining Rooms)
Central Park Cafe
Cups & Cones ($) *Those cupcakes and Ben & Jerry's ice cream were totally worth the up-charge*
Johnny Rockets ($ for Lunch & Dinner, but Breakfast is free)
150 Central Park ($)
Giovanni's Table ($)
Chops Grille ($)
Chef's Table ($)
Food was bomb. Enough words. Look at the pictures.
The Bow and Stern
Wipe Out Bar
Rising Tide Bar (This bar is basically an open elevator. You ride between the 5th and 8th floors. Pretty cool experience)
Solarium Bar (This was also turned into an outdoor nightclub one evening)
Blaze Nightclub (So much fun. Danced all night long)
I'm sure I left out so many things. I most definitely will be back on this ship again. There was so much I wanted to do but never got to. Hopefully I will be able to tackle everything on my list when round 2 happens. Check out the gallery below.