This fantastic ship really does have wow factor! I had cabin 12319 which is a boardwalk facing balcony. The balcony overlooks the boardwalk but was still surprising sunny and had a lovely view of the Aquatheatre. They arent very private though so if this would bother you then dont book this cabin type. They had several open cabins available so we could view the different grades and I am now saving up for the Aquatheatre Suite! It was magnificent with amazing views over the Aquatheatre. Beware of cabins on deck 14 with ocean view balconies - the overhang from above was very noticeable and it would be quite a shaded cabin. Service - As usual Royal Caribbean looked after us well - the service was amazing from everybody that I interacted with. The staterooms attendants were very jovial when you met them in the corridors, the waiting staff went the extra mile to ensure you enjoyed your meals, the bar staff were efficient and friendly. I couldnt pick out a member of staff for excellent service because they were all equally fantastic. Food - I last cruised with Royal Caribbean 2 years ago and have found the food greatly improved. The buffet layout is much better than on smaller ships (I found they had too many large tables in the past making it difficult to find a seat as couples would spread out and take up a table for 8 - this has changed and there are many more tables for 2 or 4 which eases this problem). There was a delicious pasta station, the usual hot options, salad buffet, carvery, fish dishes and a good variety of desserts. I only ate here once though for lunch. I had lunch the next day in Johnny Rockets and it was delicious as usual - I never order sides as the burger, fries & onion rings is too much food as it is. The milkshake was delicious and the burger tasted like a proper meaty slice of americana. I particularly enjoyed the seating areas around the Central Park Cafe - it was very tranquil and a lovely spot for a cup of tea & biscuits on a drizzly sea day in the afternoon. The main dining room was fantastic - the food was delicious and well portioned. The staff were amazing and nothing was too much trouble for them. I had great fun at the bionic bar for a bit of novelty value - you can name your drink and it saves it to your account so if you make up your own cocktail and love it you can come back for it again without trying to remember how you made it. Entertainment - This is the true beauty of Harmony - it is all about keeping you entertained and it looks after all age groups from children to us more mature cruisers. There were ice shows, a broadway style production of Grease, (the Aquatheatre wasnt quite operational yet so I missed this but it will be amazing when up & running), music shows, parties on the promenade, the best karaoke bar I have been to on a ship ever, meet & greets with dreamworks characters, teen arcades, a huge casino, nightclub, movie screenings, sports event screenings (they had the FA Cup final showing in 3 locations around the ship - indoor & outdoor - for those interested). There are 2 flowriders, that huge scary slide, minigolf, huge pools & waterslides. The boardwalk is the opposite to the calm oasis of the Central Park area, it is busy and is the heart of the action with a Tequila Bar / Mexican Taco Restaurant, Carousel, Climbing Wall, the exit of that scary slide!!, Johnny Rockets, Starbucks & the Hot Dog stand. I loved people watching down there. I only wish I had more holiday days left this year as I would have loved to spend more time onboard before she sails to the Caribbean for the next few seasons (Im not a big Caribbean fan) I was very impressed with this ship - I usually prefer smaller ships but was blown away by how well Royal Caribbean had utilised all of the space onboard and built a ship that is perfect for people of any age.