I have a lot of clients who are loyal Royal Caribbean cruisers. In addition to reminding you that tomorrow is the last day for their AWESOME and most recent WOW Sale, I wanted to share with you another guest blog post from my newlywed Amanda.
After their gorgeous wedding at Sandals Emerald Bay, the happy couple, who are Diamond Level Royal Caribbean cruisers, embarked on their honeymoon which was their first experience on the Allure of the Seas. Below Amanda shares a brief summary and how WOW’d they were by Royal Caribbean!
After you’ve enjoyed the below review, contact me before the sale ends tomorrow to put down your minimal deposit and grab your added amenities when booking through me! DinaSilvestriTravel@gmail.com
Words can’t describe the feeling you get when you look up at the massive Allure of the Seas. My husband and I ventured on a week long cruise aboard the Allure of the Seas for our honeymoon! We had a grand suite; that alone is an experience in itself! Our Ports of Call were Haiti, Jamaica, and Cozumel.
The ship was breathtaking, easy to navigate, and as clean as can be! We are loyal RCI cruisers and I can’t believe it took us this long to finally get on-board an Oasis Class ship!
I have to admit, we were concerned about crowds. Word from the crew was that our ship was at full capacity; you wouldn’t even know it! There were plenty of deck chairs ready for you to soak up the sun, seats were easy to find at shows (please remember to pre-book) and the specialty restaurants (Ritas Cantina and Johnny Rockets) always had tables available! Of course, during meal times there were crowds and after shows as well; but nothing different from a normal cruise ship. Elevators took a while to pick you up and I even noticed some that were full would automatically pass our floor. I guess they have weight sensors for safety? Not sure.
The Solarium was our favorite spot; there were always plenty of seats available and usually room in the hot tubs. We wanted to zip line but waited to do it while we were at sea the last day. Unfortunately, they closed the upper decks due to wind; my recommendation is to get it in whenever possible to avoid a similar problem like we had.
The Boardwalk was our other favorite spot! They had a fresh cotton candy maker and popcorn to sell; they even had a merry-go-round!
As far as the shows go, Chicago was a bit of a disappointment. However, Blue Planet, Oceanaria, and Ice Games were fantastic! The comedy show was hilarious and the musical performers throughout the ship made the experience even better.
Overall, I would highly recommend this ship! If only we could be sailing on it right now…