Allure of the Seas Cruise Review to Transatlantic

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3 out of 5

Allure opf the Sea(ts)

Sail Date: April 19, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

Was put in cabin next to "Rising Tide lift machinery". They are the diesel engines that lift and lower the Rising Tide bar. When they are operating (usually until midnight) it makes quite a loud noise and it will keep you up.

Booked the show Chicago  - No seats and had to stand.

Booked Ice capades - no seats and had to stand

Booked Blue Panet show - no seats and had to stand

Booked comedy show - Finally got a seat

Tried to go to comedy show 3 other times and was refused entry. It only holds 120 persons. This is on a ship that carries 5000 passengers.

Tried to play mini golf but no clubs available.

Tried to sun bath but towels were taking up all the good chairs.

Yes, this ship should be renamed "Allure of the Seats.

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Destinations and Excursions
Malaga, Spain
Take hop on hop off bus
Barcelona, Spain

Tip

If you BOOK and show it doesn't mean anything. Arrived very early to get a seat.



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