Attractive and astounding – that’s how you could describe the world’s biggest cruise ship, Allure of the Seas. All 16 decks and 2,700 feet of it speak of awe and luxury. Central park, boardwalk, royal promenade, pool and sports zone, sea spa and fitness centre, entertainment place and youth zone are the seven themed areas the ship is divided into. This 16-deck ship cost more than a billion dollars to make and offers cruises in the Western Caribbean.
It will suit people of all ages and backgrounds. For those looking for an extravagant vacation, there are shopping areas, casinos, over 20 food joints and spas. At the same time, you can see teenagers, youngsters and women huddling around their own corners of the ship. Fitness centre, jogging track, golf course, skating rinks, game courts and children’s centre makes the ship’s entertainment section strong.
Accommodation on the Allure Of The Seas is a lavish affair. The rooms and suites are airy and spacious, and the royal family suite can accommodate up to eight persons. Some of the suites have their own private balcony and offer a grand view of the sea.
Allure of the Seas entered service in December 2010. At the Amber Theatre, you can watch 3-D movies. There are also music and dance shows. The Central Park which is as big as a football field has 12,000 plants and shops and beautiful restaurants that are lined up on both sides. Boardwalk is the seaside entertainment esplanade on board the ship. The Central Park is also famous for hosting artist Romero Britto’s first art gallery at sea. Other interesting features are the two crystal canopy sculptured glass domes. The cruise ship also hosts the world’s first ever Starbucks at sea on the bustling Royal Promenade.