Cruise Ship Guide
Cruising holidays can be relaxing, they can be fun… and best of all, they can provide you with some unforgettable memories.
When booking a cruise holiday, you’ll want to make sure you travel on the very best liner out there. Well, as it happens, one of the best cruise liners on the sea is also the largest liner in the world, too!
The Allure of the Seas offers its guests everything they could imagine (and more). To sum it up, on the Allure of the Seas, you could wander round the first park at sea – with over 12,000 live plants – or you could fly your way down the on-board zip line… two completely different styles of activity
Things to do on-board
No matter what your tastes are, there’s something to suit everyone on-board the Allure.
For the kids, there’s the Dream Works Experience – where they can spend time with some of their favourite movie characters (Shrek, for example).
For those who love adrenaline, the on-board surf simulators are sure to provide a thrill – which recreate the waves of the ocean in a safer environment!
However, if it’s relaxing you’re searching for, why not stroll through the on-board park or treat yourself to a luxury treatment in the Vitality at Sea Spa?
Eating on the Allure
Ever been faced with 25 different dining options? Well that’s what you’ll have to choose from on-board this cruise liner. From the popular Samba Grill, where you’ll be served by ‘gaucho’ cowboys, to Rita’s Cantina, where you can enjoy Mexican dishes such as fajitas and nachos… you really will be spoilt for choice.
Sleeping on the Allure
Let’s say you want to splash out (no pun intended)… what could your money get you? Well, you could go for the Royal Loft Suite – which contains two modern floors, a private balcony with Jacuzzi, TVs, separate bedrooms and even a baby grand piano! If this is a little out of your budget, however, the interior staterooms offer luxury at a little lower cost – with two twin beds, a TV, sitting area and private bathroom, you’ll still enjoy a comfortable night’s sleep.
Where does the Allure stop?
We won’t go into detail here, but really just skim over some of the incredible destinations you could visit on the Allure. If you fancy swimming with dolphins or sharks, you could head to Falmouth in Jamaica, while if exotic natural surrounds and ancient history is more to your liking, you could try Cozumel in Mexico. You could also head to St. John’s in Antigua or even San Juan in Puerto Rico – amongst many other fantastic places.
So, if you want to cruise in luxury to some of the world’s most breathtaking locations, hop aboard the Allure of the Seas!