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Allure of the Seas Cruise Review

The Allure of the Seas is, just by a few inches, the biggest ship sailing the seven seas (at least at the moment).

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Sure, you’ve seen the cardio and weight machines before. But have you tried the FlowRider?


Fitness Center

The fitness center offers 158 new cardio and resistance machines, as well as free weights, pilates, yoga, spinning, and boot camp classes, starting at $12 per class. Free classes are also available, including stretching and the fab abs classes.

Sportscourt

If you don’t want to let your game slip, you can come up to the Sports Court for a little basketball and soccer. The court is surrounded by a glass wall, so you don’t need to worry about losing the ball. The crew of the Allure organizes soccer and basketball tournaments and everybody’s invited to participate.

FlowRider

With Royal Caribbean’s FlowRider passengers can attempt to learn surfing, or just show off their skills. Never heard of it before? Here’s the official description. Suffice it to say, the FlowRider is a surf simulator that can get pretty challenging, especially with crowds of people sitting around judging you. The FlowRider is a popular place amongst teenagers and kids, but adults also make frequent use it, too.

Dunes Mini Golf

The mini golf course has just nine holes, so it’s not PGA rated (regrettable, but we enjoyed it nonetheless).

Rock climbing

The rock climbing walls can be accessed from the Boardwalk. They offer varying degrees of difficulty.

Zip Line

The first zip line on sea stretches straight over the Boardwalk, from one end of the open deck to the other – and looks like a lot of fun, if you are not afraid of heights. We didn’t, um… we didn’t try it. (Sorry.)

Shuffleboard

Behind the Aqua theater are two large shuffleboards areas with equipment, but it’s hard to even see them there, so they are not used very often.

Ping Pong

In front of the Wipe Out Cafe are six ping pong tables. Let the tournament begin.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Cabins
  3. Ocean View with Balcony
  4. Large Interior Stateroom
  5. Grand Suite
  6. Junior Suite
  7. Family Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony
  8. Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Large Balcony
  9. Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony
  10. Boardwalk View Stateroom
  11. Promenade Stateroom
  12. Interior Stateroom
  13. Boardwalk View Stateroom with Balcony
  14. Aqua Theater Suite
  15. Royal Family Suite
  16. Central Park View Stateroom
  17. Owner's Suite
  18. Family Ocean Stateroom with Balcony
  19. Family Interior Stateroom
  20. Royal Suite
  21. Presidential Family Suite
  22. Royal Loft Suite
  23. Cabin Amenities
  24. Dining
  25. Adagio Main Dining Room
  26. Giovanni's Table
  27. Chops Grille
  28. 150 Central Park
  29. Chef's Table
  30. Rita's Cantina
  31. Windjammer
  32. Izumi
  33. Solarium Bistro
  34. Samba Grill
  35. Johnny Rockets
  36. Park Café
  37. In-Room Dining
  38. Drinks
  39. Pools & Decks
  40. Pool Areas
  41. Sun Decks & Open Areas
  42. Deck Plans
  43. Recreation
  44. Lounges & Public Spaces
  45. Vitality Spa
  46. Fitness
  47. Retail
  48. Other Activities
  49. Nightlife & Shows
  50. Vintages
  51. Boleros
  52. Bow & Stern
  53. On Air
  54. Rising Tide
  55. Schooner Bar
  56. Champagne Bar
  57. Viking Crown Lounge
  58. Blaze
  59. Dazzles
  60. Solarium Bar
  61. Trellis
  62. Boardwalk Bar
  63. Wipe Out Bar
  64. Pool Bars
  65. Casino
  66. Shows & Other Entertainment
  67. Service & Staff
  68. Staff & Ship Policies
  69. Health & Safety
  70. vs Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas
  71. vs Carnival Cruise Lines Carnival Magic
  72. vs Norwegian Cruise Line Norwegian Epic
  73. Conclusion
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