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Eastern Caribbean

, 4th August 2012

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From Fort Lauderdale 4th Aug 2012 (9 Nt Fly Cruise) View Itinerary

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What's Included?


Allure of the Seas - a modern masterpiece!

  • Central Park open air area
  • Real plants, trees and grasses
  • Roman style Aquatheatre
  • Rising Tide - elevating bar!
  • Boardwalk - seaside style area
  • Carousel at sea 
  • Zip Line - 82 feet long
  • Sauna, Jacuzzi & Steam Room
  • Priced inc all port taxes and fees
  • Kids activities from toddlers to teenagers

Gratuities are entirely a matter of your personal choice.

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Cruise Itinerary
Customer Reviews
Day Port Due Depart
1 Flight from the UK
1 00:00 17:00
2 07:00 14:00
3 At sea
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
09:00 18:00
5 08:00 17:00
6-7 Cruising - 2 days
8 06:00 00:00
9 Arrive in the UK
Family Interior Stateroom Inside
Inside Stateroom Inside
Promenade Stateroom Inside
Boardwalk View Outside Outside
Central Park Outside View Stateroom Outside
Family Ocean View Stateroom Outside
OceanView Outside
Boardwalk View Balcony Stateroom Balcony
Oceanview with Balcony Balcony
Park view Balcony Balcony
Aquatheatre Suite Suite
Crown Loft Suite Suite
Grand Suite Suite
Junior Suite Suite
Owners Suite Suite
Royal Loft Suite Suite
Sky Loft Suite Suite

Latest Allure of the Seas Reviews

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Date: 19 October 2013
Author: Oldgeek
User Rating: 6 out of 66 out of 66 out of 66 out of 66 out of 66 out of 6
Summary: The bottom line up front, the ship, food, entertainment were great and it was well worth the cost. The ship is every bit as amazing that has been written by others. If however you want a cruise where the attraction is the view of the sea then stay away from any large ship. If you expect or desire to spend a lot of time in your room don't take a cruise because unless you have serious deep pockets, cruise ship rooms are smaller than your typical hotel room.

The Allure of the Seas is truly unique with quality and a variety of entertainment. The food is very good and frankly I don't want to know anyone who report to the contrary. You have to be hard to please or a pain in the butt to find the food and service to be anything but very good. The speciality resturants are their if you are so inclined (as they are on many ships) but we always found the main dining room and buffet to be more than acceptable and never saw the need or had the desire to spend the extra money on ship.

I do not know how to articulate the features and design of the allure, it is every bit as great as you will read. Regarding the amount of passengers, never once did we feel that was an issue and problem. We had cruised on Adventure of the Seas before the Allure the other mega class ship and again we never found the number on board to be a problem and neither was it on the Allure. The Allure is an all in one resort on sea with food, entertainment, bars, music and everything else to keep you as busy or not as you like.

If you are going on a cruise for the islands, go on a smaller ship.
Date: 14 October 2013
Author: Geek
User Rating: 6 out of 66 out of 66 out of 66 out of 66 out of 66 out of 6
Summary: If you have taken a cruise before you know what to expect in a cabin and Royal Caribbean ships, including the Allure are no different with the exception of the bathroom that has a unique circle shower design and door. The diversity and quality of the entertainment is high and the Promenade is fun and unique. The ship is by itself an attraction and worth the price of admission to include the large number of special shops and places to eat (some at your option and expense). I would discount any opinions that complain about the food.

While it is possible (I guess) to get one bad meal it is highly unlikely that the food will be anything other than very good. On the mega ship it is all about the ship and not the ports so don't expect to be island hopping. Yes the ship has a lot of passengers but it was never crowded but I guess that is personal opinion. We have been on smaller ships where getting an elevator took some time and on the Allure that will happen after a major show but face it, it's not like you are going anywhere where time is a issue.

The entertainment is diverse and superb (and I mean that) and the service is overall commendable. You can spend a lot less money on a cruise and there are other less costly ships and lines out there, if cost is an issue. We could have spent 1/2 as much on another line and did so years ago but we have been thrilled with the service and quality on Royal Caribbean and right now their Oasis class ships are unique and offer high value. Sorry for the length but I am a professional analyst and value objectivity and details.
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