Splendour of the Seas, a Vision vessel, sails along South America, the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and the Baltic Islands. The Splendour of the Seas cruise showcases the planet’s most fascinating ports and beautiful coastlines. It features acres of glass skylights that magnificently lighten up most of its entertainment areas. The heart of the Splendour of the Seas Ship has an atrium surrounded by wine bars that are kept alive by music after sunset.
Other major highlights include a seven story lobby, a rock climbing wall and a miniature golf course that you will really enjoy. Royal Caribbean cruise vessels are the only ones with the rock walls so better not miss it. Whether it’s your first time or not, make sure to bring along a pair of socks and your confidence with you. The ship will provide you with all the necessary climbing equipments that you will need (harness, shoes, helmets, & etc).
Several Splendour of the Seas Reviews recommends a sumptuous breakfast buffet at Windjammer Café. Their buffet includes omelets, sausages and a wide array of breads & pastry. Make sure to drop by again for an afternoon bread pudding or a cobbler together with cakes, sandwiches, cookies or ice cream.
If you prefer fine dining, you may visit the “King & I” restaurant. They offer meals at fixed times throughout the day, but you can always arrange your meals beforehand with your cabin crew. This posh restaurant is surrounded with 2 huge glass windows that offer spectacular scenery of azure skies and dark blue seawaters.
There are many seasoned lounge performers every night at their pubs and wine bars. Enjoy their elegant music as you sip on your martini. The 42nd Theatre is well-known for its live performances and guest appearances by classical pianists. The theatre also serves as the venue for Broadway musical shows produced exclusively for the Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships. The Casino Royale is constantly inhabited by guests from dusk until dawn. It can accommodate around 200 people and features several games such as video poker, slot machines, blackjack, craps and Caribbean poker.
The ship has a total of 902 staterooms, 75 of them have balconies. They also have Oceanview staterooms with or without balconies. The Royal Suite features a king size bed, whirlpool bath tub, balcony, living room and a concierge service.
ShipShape Fitness Center features daily activities like ring tosses, aerobics and line dancing. The center also has a spa where you can treat yourself to unwind and relax away from the city life. They also have a sports deck where you can jog, play table tennis and shuffleboard while enjoying the gorgeous view of the sea. If you want some quite reading, you may chill at their library and read on some of their English novels on board.
The ship suggests $3.50/person service fee for staterooms daily. If you are staying on a suite, gratuity would be $5.75/person for the attendant and $3.50 per day for the waiter.