23 May 2019
Tired ship needs paint too much rust along handrails and on balconies also mirrors behind bars tarnished and tiles in toilets need maintenance poor entertainment
Royal Caribbean are widely known for their fun-filled, innovative ships and action-packed holidays, making your time spent at sea just as memorable as the destinations you travel to. Whether you're a solo voyager, a couple, new to cruising or a family group trying to find an option to suit everyone, RCL is the perfect choice. Boasting amazing onboard activities, such as surfing and skydive simulators, all day dining to suit all tastes and some brilliant itineraries that take you to the heart of each port of call, Royal Caribbean cruises are nothing short of incredible.
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Dining onboard a Royal Caribbean ship can be an adventure in itself. There are a number of restaurants included in your cruise fare, plus some speciality ones for that extra-special evening.
There's no need to splash out on excellent food during your Royal Caribbean cruise with so many fantastic restaurants included in the price. Breakfast, lunch and dinner can be enjoyed at the sophisticated Main Dining Room, while more casual dining is on offer at Windjammer. Other options include El Loco Fresh, Noodle Bar, Sorrento's Pizza and Coastal Kitchen.
Treat you and your loved ones to a more exclusive dining experience at one of Royal Caribbean's speciality restaurants. Steak lovers will be delighted by what's on offer at Chops Grille, while world flavours can be found at Teppanyaki, Sichuan Red, Izumi and Sabor. Plus, truly elevated dining can be experienced at Chef's Table, a fine dining experience designed for just a small group.
For those wanting to experience the unique Royal Caribbean speciality restaurants, why not opt for a dining package which allows your more choice when it comes to mealtimes at a discounted price?
With four fantastic drinks packages to choose from, there’s no risk of ever being thirsty during your Royal Caribbean cruise.
Evening entertainment onboard Royal Caribbean’s ships is as varied as it is exciting. Whether you’re looking for a laidback night, live shows or something lively that will take you all the way into the early hours of the morning, you’re guaranteed to have the time of your life during your cruise.
Just because you’re not on dry land, doesn’t mean that you have to settle for shows that are anything less than spectacular. From tony award-winning shows such as Hairspray and Cats to original productions, aquatheater and ice skating shows, let yourself be blown away by the talent onboard Royal Caribbean’s ships.
With a great mix of lively bars and more laid-back spots, there are plenty of places on a Royal Caribbean to enjoy a drink. British guests will feel at home in the English Pub, while sports lovers can catch up on their favourite fixtures at Playmakers Sports Bar. Other fantastic venues include North Star Bar, Bionic Bar and Boleros.
For those who want to have a dance, there’s even an onboard nightclub open late into the night, playing some expertly chosen tunes for guests to enjoy.
Royal is among the top cruise lines for families, providing fantastic childcare services, as well as a wealth of choice of food and activities for all ages.
Royal Caribbean makes life easier for families with young children when it comes to mealtimes thanks to My Family Time Dining. For kids aged 3-11, kids have a 40 minute seating before their Adventure OCean activities to enjoy their meal. With menus including kids favourites, there’s no reason to worry that they won’t find something they like.
For more Royal Caribbean cabin information to choose your ideal cabin or suite, check out our dedicated page.
Don’t be fooled by the name as the Caribbean is not the only region Royal Caribbean helps guests discover. Covering almost every inch of the planet, from Europe to Australia, Asia to the South Pacific and Alaska to South America, no stone is left unturned.
Covering over 260 worldwide destinations on over 20 different ships, you can cruise to destinations you've always dreamt of. Whether you like relaxing on a beach or exploring fascinating cities, Royal Caribbean has cruises for every type of traveller.
The cruise line offers both UK sailings from Southampton, as well as a wide range of fly and cruise holidays. Royal Caribbean cruise deals can be arranged with flights from airports all over the UK, including Newcastle, Aberdeen, Belfast, and Jersey. Some of the destinations you can cruise to include the Caribbean, Mexico, Northern Europe, the Mediterranean and Alaska.
One popular destination on Royal Caribbean's Caribbean cruises is their private island, CocoCay. This idyllic island offers everything from picturesque beaches and the chance to relax, as well as exhilarating things to do like a Zip-line and a wave pool. Read our blog to find out more about Royal Caribbean's Private Islands.
The Mediterranean is home to the world’s most intriguing cities and every inch of these fascinating waters are lined with a new city adventure.
Experience the exotic flare of Spain, the delicious tastes of Italy or explore the history-enriched culture of Croatia. Feel glamorous in the South of France, soak up the sun in Corsica or go hiking in Santorini. The adventures are never ending on a Mediterranean voyage.
One of the most picturesque parts of the world, a cruise in Northern Europe will ensure no shortage of incredible views.
The iconic Norwegian Fjords will take you through an enchanted wonderland of soaring mountains and narrow waterways. Available to book through Royal Caribbean, a great way to experience the beauty of the lands in Northern Europe is by rail as you travel past sapphire lakes, snowy mountains and cascading waterfalls. Take a cruise that stops at famous Scandinavian cities and you can explore Sweden, Norway and Finland for a truly authentic experience.
Russia, Denmark and Bruges are other popular stops in Northern Europe where you can explore this intriguing part of the world to your heart’s content.
This sun-drenched haven is home to miles of crystal clear water and soft white sand. Boasting the best beaches in the world, the Caribbean truly defines paradise.
Postcard pictures do not justify how inspiring these islands are. With swaying palms along heavenly beaches, colourful rural towns and locals serving up traditional treats, you will not want to leave.
Snorkelling in Grand Cayman, discovering ancient ruins in Mexico or shopping in St Maarten are just some of the highlights. Royal Caribbean also have two private islands in the Caribbean, enabling you to enjoy a day on an exclusive island.
A place that doesn’t quite seem real, Alaska is the original winter wonderland. Home to over half of the world’s glaciers this incredible 586,500 square mile land is a story waiting to be read.
Spot whales from the deck as you sail through waters lined with glaciers, before stopping in remote Alaskan villages where you can experience their authentic ways of living.
Cruising past Hubbard Glacier is said to be one of the most awe-inspiring experiences in the world. Best enjoyed from the bow of the ship, you will come close to the largest ice formations in the world and face to face with the unique wildlife that call this area home.
A dog sled ride, a scenic helicopter flight and shopping in Juneau are just some of the explorations that await you in Alaska. In Canada, book an organised excursion with Royal Caribbean to embark on a tall ship sailing and see Pier 21, one of the seven wonders of Canada or spend the day in Vancouver, either shopping in the quirky stores, enjoying the panoramic views of the city from the mountains or take some time cycling around Stanley Park.
A place of mystery, Asia is an enchanted wonderland of life-changing moments. From vibrant cities, tropical jungles and magical temples, this diverse part of the world is bursting with exploration.
Every region of Asia offers a different experience from the last, one minute you are staring up at bright skyscrapers, the next you are looking down into a magical lake surrounded by ancient temples.
Board a floating restaurant in Hong Kong, discover amazing views from the top of high-rise buildings in China or go shopping through Singapore’s colourful street markets.
Despite being located far away, Australia and New Zealand cry out for you to visit and will not disappoint. From cosmopolitan cities, picture-perfect beaches and iconic landmarks, every time you turn you are faced with a new adventure.
Australia is home to vibrant cities including Sydney and Brisbane where you can experience the quintessentially laid-back and fun Australian lifestyle. From the famous Opera House, incredible Ayers Rock and fascinating snorkelling around Heart Reef, there is no end to Australia’s ventures.
A hop across the water, New Zealand is an intriguing island that welcomes every single visitor with open arms. The locals love to show off their beautiful home and everything it has to offer. Royal Caribbean offers a great selection of excursions, such as a visit to the Glow Worm Caves and a Rail, Steamboat and Winery tour.
Welcome to a land of intense beauty and extreme diversity, South America is like nowhere else in the world. A place that will shock even the most experienced traveller, let this alluring region captivate you from the first step.
It will not take you long to fall in love with the lively city of Brazil. From the exciting beaches, breath-taking scenery and pristine National Parks, it is an essential stop on any South American cruise.
Aside from Brazil, South America showcases an array of other intriguing cities. Make friends with penguins in the Falkland Islands, learn to tango in Argentina or take in the sun rays on one of Uruguay’s paradise beaches.
This majestic part of the world exposes mysterious cities and mesmerising coastlines that make for the ultimate cruise.
From the 17th century fort in Khasab to the modern attractions in Dubai, it has a unique diversity of new and old. Home to some of the world’s most significant cities, it takes you back in time and enables you to truly relive history.
Once here, you will want to take advantage of all the Middle East has to offer such as the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, the stunning beaches of Oman or the luxurious lifestyle of Dubai.
Great for those who want the ultimate relaxing escape, a transatlantic cruise enables you to discover our vast oceans like never before. Travelling from one side to another, an ocean crossing exploits what we love about cruising – experiencing a floating resort on the ocean.
Crossing the Atlantic takes around six days and there will often be a range of exciting ports at the beginning and towards the end of the crossing.
Royal Caribbean is renowned for its impressive range of onboard attractions. Cruisers of any age would struggle not to find something to do, making sea days a thing to look forward to! Here are some of the most popular activities:
With such a fantastic range of ships, you're sure to find one which perfectly suits your holiday needs:
|Quantum Class Ships||These ships can accommodate up to around 5,000 guests and feature exciting features like The North Star, an elevated pod which boasts 360° sea views, SeaPlex, a fun zone with fun fair-style activities, and Ripcord by iFly, the onboard sky-diving experience.|
|Quantum-Ultra Class Ships||With only one ship in the class thus far, Quantum-Ultra Class ships boast all the features of the Quantum class, with a few added extras. Guests will enjoy varied dining, exhilarating activities, and some fabulous destinations to explore.|
|Oasis Class Ships||The Oasis-class ships are the largest at sea, so big in fact that the ships are divided into seven different areas, or ‘neighbourhoods’. These are designed to help you navigate the mass of restaurants, activities, and accommodation choices.|
|Freedom Class Ships||Ships in this class are packed full of fun. They boast the well-loved Royal Caribbean facilities like ice-skating, the rock-climbing wall, and thrilling waterslides.|
|Radiance Class Ships||Radiance class ships are wonderful for any cruisers looking to unwind and relax, with excellent facilities like the spacious spa and adults-only solarium onboard. The interior is designed to heighten the open and airy layout.|
|Voyager Class Ships||Onboard this class of ships you can have a brilliant mix of active and chilled out days. Poolside films and Broadway shows make for great, effortless entertainment, while the ice rink allows you to get the blood pumping.|
|Sovereign Class Ships||Majesty of the Seas is the only ship in this class and features a lovely array of things to do for both children and adults. Splashaway Bay is a great spot for making family memories, and likewise, the vibrant night club is a hit with the grown-ups.|
|Empress Class Ships||Empress of the Seas is a simple ship, which is ideal for couples going on a mini-break style cruise. Activities include pools and the casino, as the focus here is on destination immersion.|
|Vision Class Ships||The one and only ship in this class – Vision of the Seas – has classic Royal Caribbean features like the rock-climbing wall, as well as less demanding options such as a number of swimming pools and exciting night club venues.|
If you want to add some extra luxury to your Royal Caribbean cruise experience , choose one of the cruise line's impressive suites. Alongside perks such as priority boarding and exclusive restaurants, you'll get to spend your downtime in one of these breathtaking suites:
As well as Royal Caribbean's suites, on all Oasis Class ships, as well as Anthem of the Seas and Ovation of the Seas, guests can enjoy an even more elevated experience thanks to the suite class. Divided into three tiers- Star, Sky and Sea- make the most of exclusive benefits which can include everything from priority boarding and departure to premium in-suite amenities and access to the Coastal Kitchen, depending on the suite class tier you choose. Find out more about the Royal Suite Class by reading our Royal Caribbean cabin information page.
To make your time onboard even more relaxing, Royal Caribbean's app, which includes everything from a virtual muster drill to a virtual key and even control of temperature and lighting through your phone, means you'll have everything you need available at the touch of a screen. If you want to find out more, read our Muster 2.0 blog.
For information on the Crown and Anchor Society, Royal Caribbean's loyalty club, see our dedicated page and find out how you and other loyal RCL guests can enjoy special discounts and services.
Royal Caribbean endeavour to make their cruises as accessible as possible. This includes:
For Royal Caribbean bookings made by 17th December 2021 sailing before 30th April 2022, guests may cancel their cruise up to 48 hours prior to sailing and receive a 100% future cruise credit for the balance of deposit paid or the applicable cruise fare cancellation fees. The future cruise credit can be used on departures up until 31st December 2022.
T&Cs apply - please see the itinerary page for details
23 May 2019
Tired ship needs paint too much rust along handrails and on balconies also mirrors behind bars tarnished and tiles in toilets need maintenance poor entertainment
18 Oct 2013
My girlfriend and I just finished a cruise to Bermuda on the Grandeur of the Seas. While we have no complaints about the service, we were a little let down. We have only sailed with Carnival before and had always been told that Royal Caribbean were better. That was not the case for us. The food in the Windjammer was good but not as good as the Carnival ships we've been on. The dining room service staff and food were great, no complaints there. No comedy club? What's up with that? Our housekeeping staff made us feel like we were imposing by asking for a couple of wine glasses for our room. Also, it seemed to take hours to get our rooms cleaned while on other cruise lines it seemed like minutes. I don't blame the staff but it appears as if the company had cut back in housekeeping staff. Some of the staff were less than outgoing in other areas of the ship while service was great in other areas. No consistency. There was a Russian girl in the Windjammer who jumped to my assistance when I said my girlfriend wasn't feeling good. She instantly became a mother hen and got a plate with bland food, even offered to take it to the cabin. Some of the staff were amazing - others less so. We were in an interior cabin and the bed seemed cheap and hard. The shower was so tiny you couldn't really bend over - much smaller than other cruise lines we'd been on. Also we were surprised there was no laundry room to do laundry. It was a great cruise and we would sail with Royal Caribbean again but we wish the service was consistently great.Show more
22 Sep 2019
We had a fantastic holiday visiting Hong Kong, Vietnam and Singapore. The flights, transfers, hotels, locations, ship, staff and excursions where all top class. Would not hesitate in recommending IGLU Cruises for booking a holiday
29 Sep 2019
Fantastic time on recent cruise from Venice down the Adriatic to Santorini. Cabin was quite spacious. Ship was very clean and lots to do. Not a great experience at the Speciality steak house and Asian restaurants. Not very impressed with having an 8 hour wait at Venice airport on return home and not being allowed to drop bag off for 8 hours.
08 Mar 2019
excellent ship, superb facilities, food and bars first class. there was something to do for everyone on board. our only criticism is that we did "not get" the humour of the headline comedian, probably because we are british and he was American the ports of call were excellent. all staff on board were very professional , courteous and helpful, especially Pawan," our local football correspondent" in the Windjammer !
01 Sep 2019
While we enjoyed our recent cruise, I have to say that the price of the drinks was way too expensive - worsened by the additional 18% gratuity added. While all the staff were very friendly and helpful - and the food was very good - we would not either recommend or cruise again with Royal Caribbean, based purely on the extortionate price of the drinks. Also, we found out that the policy of the ship will wait for late excursion returns when guests use Royal Caribbean International trips, but they warn independent travellers that the ship will depart without them; rather distasteful. All in all, Royal Caribbean does not seem to be a very nice corporation and not recommended by my wife and myself.Show more
16 May 2019
Fabulous cruise round Caribbean with a two day stay in Miami Beach. Everything went smoothly and to plan transfers were on time. The only problem we had was having to contact the taxi company when we arrived back in port as I had no service on my phone. Fortunately I managed to find someone who phoned them for me.
21 Mar 2019
Fabulous Ship fantastic food and lovely helpful staff/crew
14 Feb 2020
Have been on many cruises with different cruise lines and found Jewel of the Seas to be excellent. Stayed at the Atlantis pre cruise and joined the ship for a seven night cruise. Food in restaurant could have been better but food in the buffet was great.For the price we paid including flights with Emirates it was definitely value for money. Ship was the right size for us and would definitely go on again. If you want 5 and 6 star ships you have to pay thousands more.
03 Jun 2019
Great ship with excellent facilities and dining options. Really enjoyed using the very well equipped gym. Stateroom very comfortable and clean. Our cabin attendant was lovely and very helpful. Entertainment exceeded our expectations. The crew were all really helpful and provided excellent customer service.
12 Jul 2019
We were on the land /cruise tour walls,warriers,panda and Yangtze River Cruise In May/June 2019. This is our second holiday of this type, the first being Borneo orangutans and cruise also book with Planet/Iglu Cruise. The whole holiday was excellent, my only complaint being on the Wendy Wu part of the holiday and the Yangtze rive Cruise ( the ship was damp, dated and awful). Spectrum of the Seas is a amazing ship very similar to Ovation, there was a lot of Chinese passengers on board, on the plus side they hardly drink, so the bars are quite. The food in Windjammer was excellent in fact it was better than the MDR so we mostly ate there. I have no complaints about the Spectrum, in fact would love to go on her again.Show more
12 Oct 2019
In general the cruise was good value for money. However... Royal Caribbean could be more considerate to passengers and their wallets! For example the “recommended“ rates for gratuity payments to the housekeeping and dining room staff were exhorbitant. Also the few shops were very limited and the merchandise was expensive high-end luxury goods. Drinks also were very expensive. If you were not a sunbather there was little to do on board during sea days; the “library“ was little more than a collection of half empty shelves offering rather tatty volumes, mainly fiction novels perhaps donated by previous guests. A maximum of three or four jigsaw puzzles were available and only one had a full complement of pieces! The same puzzles were worked on repeatedly by guests who could have been offered a larger selection. The food was very nice and exceptionally plentiful, although a higher level of cuisine was available at extra cost, of course! The main dining room meals were excellent and the waiters very attentive and friendly, always with a ready smile. Our stateroom, interior, was extremely small and the wardrobe space very limited given that we had brought clothes for three formal nights and other smart casual outfits over a 14 day period plus there was no Launderette or self ironing facility provided. A next day laundry service was available at considerable extra cost. The beds were very comfortable and the room was very quiet and we slept really well. Our cabin housekeeping chap was very hardworking, friendly and helpful. The staff were all very friendly, courteous in the extreme from the captain through to the ship’s crew, housekeeping and dining room staff. Hand washing Hygiene levels were also extremely high which was good to see. The theatre shows were good in the main, comedians were very good, especially on the last night. Would we travel with Royal Caribbean again? Probably not, (unless we had a very good deal)!Show more
22 Sep 2019
We had an amazing week weathernot always kind but all in all a good trip
17 Apr 2019
We really enjoyed our cruise. All staff really friendly and helpful. The only disappointment was that they didn’t unforced the dress code. Too many people turning up on the restaurant in shorts and tracksuit bottoms.
30 Sep 2017
Our children surprised my husband with a cruise to the Bahamas for his 50th birthday. We boarded on his birthday which was September 4th Labor Day. This cruise was scheduled for 5 day 4 nights and was supposed to visit Coco Cay and Key West but because of hurrican Irma our destinations were canceled and we headed back to Miami a day earlier. Now that's when it became interesting. Upon our return to Miami there was no way home to Maryland. No plane, train, bus, car, gasoline, nothing. Royal Carribean allowed us to stay on the ship for an extra 5 nights to ensure our safety from Irma. The Captain, Cruise Director, Activity directors and even the CEO Mr. Michael Bayleh was outstanding. Quality service, with care and love and respect. The entire crew staff on the entire ship treated is with the utmost respect and was very comforting. My husband and I had no worries at all pertaining to our safety. We highly recommend Royal Caribbean to everyone. We look forward to cruising again real soon.Show more
11 Sep 2019
Loved every minute of it staff just wonderful our first cruise but not our last
09 Sep 2019
Amazing service from Iglu from start to finish. Even with Hurricane Dorian taking place while me and my family were away, Iglu kept me informed, re-booked our flights and even arranged a complimentary airport transfer. 1000% recommend booking a Royal Carribean Cruise, The Harmony of the seas was incredible.
10 Nov 2011
We are just back from a 12 night cruise on Mariner of the Seas, even though we are frequent cruisers, this was our first time on Royal Carribean, that being said we had been on Celebrity earlier in the year and they are very similar as regards process. Royal Caribbean were brilliant and even though Mariner is an 'older' ship we could not fault it. We had a junior suite and the extra room and walk in wardrobe were just what we needed. Quality of food was excellent in main dining room and speciality restaurants were of high quality, service across the ship was first class and the staff were all very friendly and efficient. The itinery was the best I have ever been on and the visit to the Holy Land was the highlight, we took two long tours each day we were there and they were of very high quality. The weather was an unexpected bonus and we had a really memorable holiday. The down sides were few but one of our favourite bars - the observation bar was closed EVERY day from 5:30pm to 8:30 pm for a frequent cruisers reception so the sail aways were not as spectacular as they could have been and had the weather been bad this would have been a major issue. The disembarkation on the final morning (raining) was rather chaotic and badly organised, small complaints from a great cruise in a great ship with a fabntastic crew, but the places visited were outstanding.Show more
24 Jun 2019
Room as not what we expected with a full length window. The ship was over crowded. Had an extra day at sea instead of a port of call due to a 2 hour delay leaving, why? Excursion services were unhelpful unless your booking a trip with them. Dining room food was not as good as the buffet restaurant, it seemed to be sitting around too long. The formal night was no different to any other night. All in all couldn't wait to get off the ship.
28 Feb 2020
Having booked my cruise with IGLU and parted with a larger than i would have expected deposit, going to a lot of effort to make a special request to my company for holiday , i am now told that for no good reason my holiday is cancelled. I now have to Fight to get my deposit back ! Don't do business with IGLU and don't be sucked in by their initial effort to gain your custom! as once they have your deposit all decency seems to evaporate, and you get treated with complete contempt ! Thanks for nothing but a lot of grief and heartache ! Don't touch this company with a barge pole unless you want to be treated as I have !Show more
18 Aug 2019
Second time on time on the Symphony of the Seas - it's a phenomenal boat with wonderful, committed staff and a huge variety of things to do on board. Accommodation is excellent and the table of excursions for the Caribbean was outstanding. My only issue with the vessel was the food choices for Vegetarians both on the boat and on the two Islands where Royal Caribbean operate the kitchens.
Royal Caribbean ships are fitted with both standard 2-pin North American flat sockets and European round-pin plug sockets so you'll need an adaptor in order to use British electrical equipment. If needed, it's a good idea to bring more than one adaptor should you need to charge multiple phones/devices or use items like hair straighteners at the same time.
In addition to the nursery for babies aged 6-36 months, there are five more kids clubs which are grouped into ages, each with suitable activities and supervision.
It's possible to register your children for these clubs at any time during your cruise.
Most onboard entertainment and activities are included in your cruise fare, from fantastic Broadway-style shows to thrilling activities like ice skating and rock climbing.
Royal Caribbean ships use US dollars as the onboard currency. You can exchange sterling or Euros onboard at a 3% surcharge. Alternatively, there is a cash machine onboard you can use to withdraw USD but please note this will charge you $5 each time.
Your Royal Caribbean cruise fare includes accomodation, meals on a full-board basis, all entertainment, most activities, and access to Vitality Spa and Fitness facilities. It's possible to buy drinks packages when you book, or on your first day.
Coeliacs, vegetarians, and those who can only eat soft foods will find plenty of options onboard but it's still advised you mention these requirements when booking your cruise. Many menu items will feature a 'GF' note to make it easier to order gluten-free food. Other dietary requirements must be declared a minimum of 60 days before sailing, with the exception of Kosher meals which must be requested a minimum of 45 days prior to North American sailings, 90 days prior to European sailings, and 100 days prior to Australia/Asia/South American sailings. Please note that Halal meals can not be catered for with Royal Caribbean.
Tea, coffee, water and squash are all complimentary and widely available onboard Royal Caribbean ships.
On Royal Caribbean cruises departing from North America guests must be at least 21 years of age to consume alcohol onboard. If the ship departs from the UK, Europe, Asia, South America, Australia, or New Zealand, guests over the age of 18 are permitted to drink alcohol onboard.
Yes, many cruisers choose to dine in their cabins rather than in one of the dining venues. Room service is available 24 hours a day with a surcharge around $8. There is also an 18% gratuity charge that will be added to your bill automatically.
It's possible to order room service (for a service charge) but there are no 24 hour restaurants with Royal Caribbean. Opening times of restaurants are quite generous though, and snacks are available throughout the day at various venues.
Your child must be at least 6 months old to travel with Royal Caribbean as standard. However, this is raised to 12 month on cruises to South America and Hawaii or transatlantic and transpacific crossings.
Yes, Royal Caribbean's Royal Babies and Tots Nursery is available for children aged between 6 and 36 months. There are regular parent-baby playgroups, or kids can be left here between 10pm and 2am - for a charge - if parents want an evening to themselves.
Babysitting services are not available on sailings from the UK and are only bookable for children aged 12 months and up. The service is charged by the hour, and it's possible to choose between having a childcare professional watching over children in your cabin or have them looked after with other kids in a fun children's activity area.
Royal Caribbean became the first Autism Friendly Cruise Line in 2014, and is proud to happily accommodate children with a range of different abilities. Kids can be grouped according to needs rather than ages, and will be watched over attentively.
Yes, most restaurants onboard offer a kid's menu. In the main restaurant kid's dishes include meals like pizza, spaghetti Bolognese and grilled chicken breast.