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Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas

The Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas cruise ship is one of the newest mega-ships in the world. It is organized into 7 distinct "neighborhoods" that group similar activities. We've brought together the best of the pictures and videos and reviews of the ship.

Features of the Allure of the Seas include two FlowRider surf simulators, a zip-line 9 decks high, AquaTheater high-dive shows, an ice-skating rink with ice-skating shows, two 43-foot rockclimbing walls, adults-only Solarium pool, Vitality Spa, H2O Zone water park for kids, DreamWorks Experience characters, a carousel, 3D movie theater, the fastest Internet at sea, and Adventure Ocean youth program. That's a lot of signature Royal Caribbean cruise "wow" factor.

The ship's 25 dining options include the main dining room, 150 Central Park fine-dining restaurant, Chops Grille steakhouse, Giovanni's Table, Sabor Taqueria, Johnny Rockets, Park Cafe, Solarium Bistro, Samba Grill Brazilian steakhouse, Dog House, Boardwalk Donuts, and Wipeout Cafe.

Browse more than 900 Allure of the Seas reviews on CruiseLine. Learn from the experiences of other guests.

For departures, see our Royal Caribbean Los Angeles page.

Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas Videos

These are some of the best videos about the Allure of the Seas. Mike Cherisk offers a Allure of the Seas tour video. It is a comprehensive tour, and all of the scenes are labelled. 9 minute video.

Cruise Fever made a professional and nicely narrated tour and review video of the Allure of the Seas. The ship is huge and there is a lot to see. 21 minute video.

BeyondShips provides a different kind of Allure of the Seas video. It is of the exterior and shows the ship departing on a cruise from Florida.

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Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas promenade
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