If you’re looking for an amazing ship with so much to do that you can’t do everything in one week, then the Allure of the Seas is for you. This ship has it all, from wonderful entertainment, do activities for all ages and great kids programs, to foods that will delight you.

Once you book a cruise on this ship, you will want to plan ahead. Once the shows open up, you will want to select your date and time for things like their Broadway musical, the show at the Aqua Theater, the Comedy Club, and any other shows that may offer a reservation. It’s better to do this than wait because you might not be able to get in otherwise. We book in advance on the Oasis class and also the Quantum class ships since they offer the option. No one wants to be turned away on vacation, or placed on a wait list that may not yield a spot.

Some of the other things we like to book ahead are any spa treatments, and the pay dining options. However, since Royal Caribbean has introduced the dining package you might prefer to make your reservations for any pay dining experiences once you board. We thoroughly enjoy treating ourselves to a pay restaurant a couple of times on any sailing, and have had some wonderful experiences across the Royal Caribbean Fleet this way. Be sure to let your wait staff in the main dining room know what nights you will not attend. They appreciate knowing.

    About the Allure of the Seas

  • Guest Capacity: 5,496
  • Maiden Voyage: December 2010
  • Gross Tons: 225,282
  • Length: 1,187 ft. Beam: 215 ft.
  • Average Speed: 22 Knots
  • Number of Staterooms: 2,742
  • Inside Cabins: 524
  • Outside Cabins: 2,218
  • Plus amazing suites!
  • Number of Crew: 2,384
  • AMPED :2020

    Oasis Class Highlights – Features May Vary

  • Neighborhoods
  • AquaTheater
  • 3D Movies
  • Broadway Musicals
  • The Perfect Storm
  • Ultimate Abyss
  • Zip Line
  • Boardwalk®
  • Central Park®
  • 2 FlowRider® Surf Simulators
  • Carousel
  • Ice-Skating Rink
  • Outdoor Movie Screen
  • Laser Tag
  • Pools and Hot Tubs