Symphony of the Seas is the fourth cruise ship in Royal Caribbean’s innovative Oasis Class and offers extraordinary cruise holidays packed full of wonder, delight and wow moments. Guests can look forward to the return of Royal Caribbean’s seven unique neighbourhoods bursting with the promise of many exciting onboard activities. Leisure and entertainment include designer boutiques, al fresco café culture, robotic bar tenders, water slides and much more, while active cruisers will love the thrills of ten deck plunge slide the Ultimate Abyss or learning new tricks on the Flowrider surf simulator. With comfortable, luxurious accommodation and unforgettable shore excursions added into the mix, guests of all ages are guaranteed to enjoy the most incredible holiday of their lives.
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Foodies will be pleased to hear that Jamie’s Italian is onboard serving delicious Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, alongside a host of other enticing dining venues.
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Royal Caribbean is well known for offering a great array of choice when it comes to keeping the whole family entertained. It should come as no surprise then, to learn that Symphony of the Seas boasts a plethora of options.
Guests of all ages can enjoy the fantastic Broadway-style shows which are hosted in the glamorous two-storey theatre:
Or, for those who prefer something more active, visit the Playmakers Sports Bar and Arcade. Here you can catch up on your favourite sports, and play a few rounds on the gaming machines.
There are also plenty of venues to head to if you simply want to relax with a drink and get to know your fellow guests. The Bionic Bar is one must-see place, where you can order popular or bespoke cocktails from a tablet at your table, and then watch as a robotic arm prepares your drink at the bar.
In addition to the well-loved and infamous activities onboard Royal Caribbean ships, Symphony of the Seas will also boast some truly special and exhilarating features.
After trying out so many activities on board Symphony of the Seas, why not opt for some well-earned time away from the crowds at the Vitality at Sea Spa. Nothing could make your holiday more relaxing than indulging in the various treatments on offer, so book a hot-stone massage and wind down after a day of exploring onshore.
For those who enjoy working up a sweat at the gym, the modern fitness centre has all the weights and exercise machines you could need to get your heart rate going. If you don’t like working out on your own, don’t miss out on the range of group exercise classes, from a high-intensity spinning session to the slower pace of yoga.
Symphony of the Seas also recently featured on Channel 4’s Billion Pound Cruise! Showcasing this extraordinary cruise ship in all of its glory, you can get an exclusive behind the scenes view.
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.
Wow, what a ship. Me and mom have been on some cruises, but can honestly say thus was our best ever cruise. Fabulous. Loved it.
MASSIVE SHIP.Everything brand new. Too Big for us. Have decided to STICK TO RC SMALLER SHIPS Food in Main dining room superb,food in the Windjammer sooo much choice,make sure you try the cheese fountain with Nachos Delish. Staff throughout the whole ship,very pleasant,kind friendly,all with happy faces. Our cabin attendant ,what a lovely man,our cabin was topped up all the time.The waiters in main dining room,were lovely,and could not do enough for you. The training for staff is done well.This my 3rd cruise with RC and have booked again for 2019. Ship had everything you could want,a small city on the sea.