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Discover non-stop fun aboard the newest ship from Royal Caribbean and the second in the Oasis class family - the Allure of the Seas. Ride a wave on the FlowRider, catch water ballet at the Aquatheater, or let the wind race thru your hair while you fly across the open air atrium on a Zip Line. Get lost in seven distinct neighborhoods onboard with numerous places to dine, shop and catch live entertainment. Families will enjoy the expanded Youth Zone that includes areas for tots, kids and teens. Along with Royal Caribbean favorites such as the Viking Crown Lounge, Royal Promenade, a state-of-the-art gym and spa, the Allure of the Seas will be a destination all on its own.

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Ft. Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Florida , Miami, Florida

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Caribbean - Eastern , Caribbean - Western , Caribbean - Eastern , Caribbean - Western

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Fantastic Caribbean Cruise by rachel36380

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Embarkation was so easy and not hectic at all that was wonderful. For a big ship like this is you were almost never in a line up that is amazing cause when you are on holidays it is the last thing you want to do is stand in a line up. We have had so many cruise that Disembarkation is so hectic that it can turn you off BUT this ship there was no stress at all it was so easy we walk right off no waiting. It was even easy to get a taxi. This was the most relaxing cruise we have had in a long time. ALL of the ships staff was very attentive to details that is what makes your cruise of FANTASTIC.

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Not overly impressed with RC by jenfar595

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The boat was nice - Lots of bars, restaurants and activities. However, the food was not great and RC charges outrageous prices on drinks and dining at the extra restaurants. We paid an average of $13 per cocktail (and they were weak) plus a service fee of $2-4 per drink PLUS was asked to tip on top of that. To eat at one of the restaurants a family of 4 would pay about $65-125. The buffet food was terrible and the desserts were horrible. Service was average at best, as we sat at the tables covered in dirty dishes and went 20-30 minutes without drink refills in the formal dining room. We have cruised Carnival and Princess and felt they are a MUCH better value for the money. We were charged almost $500 gratuities at the end of the cruise and that was WAY more than RC deserved considering the food and service. In addition, the pool areas are nice (fresh water pools are great) but it's so crowded you cannot even more around. Loungers are laying side by side with little room to even walk. The buffet is also very poorly laid out. Its mass chaos in the buffet area. We walked around several times for 10-15 minutes just trying to find a clean table. For the extra money RC charges, service and food should be way better. We'll stick to Carnival.

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Good experience by jmedi2012

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It was a good experience, they do try to charge for absolutely everything and it can be expensive but the food was good ... biggest highlight were the shows, ice skating, the aqua, blue planet and mamá mía.

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It was fantastic !!!! by jbooch

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The ship is magnificent!!!! The staff, especially in the dining areas were special and the food and entertainment were exceptional.

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Nice Trip by melbeth

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Royal Caribbean was nice but I was suprised at the extra fees along the way and the service fee for room service. We have traveled on Carnival before and the food was much better as well as no fee for the little extras like ice cream sundaes and they had food available at the buffett at all hours. On the Allure of the Seas the buffett was closed by 8 pm. If you wanted food after that you had to pay for room service to bring it to you.

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Jan 28, 2015

Central Park has a great cafe that during lunch allows you to make your own salad. I wish I would have known this earlier. It is also not nearly as crowded as other places on the ship.

Sep 22, 2014

Use the interactive touch screens on the ship on each deck to find your way around. Interactive TV in the stateroom is very helpful, You can even order room service. The windjammer don't do omelet's, try Johnny Rockets or the Wipe out café. Go to all the shows , Blue Planet was awesome.

Mar 09, 2015

We found that eating breakfast on the 3rd deck dining room was much better than battling the crowds at the buffet. We could order off the menu if we desired, and if in a hurry, there was a full buffet to choose from.

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