Allure of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern
Sail Date: March 20, 2011
Ship: Allure of the Seas
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Large Group
Reviewed: 6 years ago
Review SummaryThe Allure of the Seas is an amazing ship. There are tons of restausants and bars to choose from and various things for adults including the casino, nightclubs, comedy shows etc. My family and I have been on several cruises (Disney mostly) and usually compare the service to Disney as they still have the best customer service. Royal Carribean has a wonderful staff of nice people who are there to help. One negative is our lead waiter wasn't as personable as other servers we have had in the past. I like when by the end of the week you know each other and their story and having that personal relationship. Believe me though this did not ruin the trip in anyway. The Solarium is amazing and apparently "people need to be quiet" unless it is packed with people. The Elevator situation gets tedious. You spend a lot of time waiting for an elevator. Of course there is nothing that can be done about this now as it is built. The Debarkation process is atrocious! Disney has this down to a science that all cruise lines should follow, Royal Carribean, not so much. My advice get the earliest possible debarkation number as it gets backed up and you will be waiting longer then anticipated. Overall it is a fantastic ship and the group we had made everything even more fun and amazing. If you have a chance to go, do it.
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Don't Miss: Senor Frogs if you like to drink, Atlantis if you like to Gamble and see a beautiful resort.
Don't Miss: Duffy's Love Shack, Magen's Bay
Don't Miss: Orient Beach
Pros: Size of the Ship, Tons of Stuff to do.
Cons: Some restaurants tough to find seating, the Debarkation process, some of the wait staff, itinerary.