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Overview

The 6,780-passenger Allure of the Seas, unveiled in 2010 and last notably updated in 2015, is among the largest cruise ships in the world. There are 2,100 crew members on board to cater to passengers' needs. Along with signature line amenities like rock climbing walls and ice skating rinks, the ship houses seven unique neighborhoods with a variety of activities, shows and dining options.

Standout features include a zip line that descends nine decks, two surf simulators and a floating version of Central Park with seasonal flower gardens and canopy trees. The ship also offers an abundance of family-friendly activities, like kids and teens youth clubs. Plus, with 16 dining options – and the world’s first Starbucks at sea – every member of the family will be satisfied.

In terms of lodging, about 65 percent of cabins feature balconies, and all staterooms are appointed with TVs and minifridges. Interior staterooms are the most economical option, but those who splurge on Suites are granted larger balconies and concierge service. Crowd-free areas might be difficult to find due to the outrageous capacity of the ship, but some recent cruisers praise the nonstop activity and entertainment. 

In 2018-19, Allure of the Seas departs from Miami and Fort Lauderdale for sailings in Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America

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The 6,780-passenger Allure of the Seas, unveiled in 2010 and last notably updated in 2015, is among the largest cruise ships in the world. There are 2,100 crew members on board to cater to passengers' needs. Along with signature line amenities like rock climbing walls and ice skating rinks, the ship houses seven unique neighborhoods with a variety of activities, shows and dining options.

Standout features include a zip line that descends nine decks, two surf simulators and a floating version of Central Park with seasonal flower gardens and canopy trees. The ship also offers an abundance of family-friendly activities, like kids and teens youth clubs. Plus, with 16 dining options – and the world’s first Starbucks at sea – every member of the family will be satisfied.

In terms of lodging, about 65 percent of cabins feature balconies, and all staterooms are appointed with TVs and minifridges. Interior staterooms are the most economical option, but those who splurge on Suites are granted larger balconies and concierge service. Crowd-free areas might be difficult to find due to the outrageous capacity of the ship, but some recent cruisers praise the nonstop activity and entertainment. 

In 2018-19, Allure of the Seas departs from Miami and Fort Lauderdale for sailings in Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America

Ship Size
XL
Price
$$$$
Year Built
N/A

Pros & Cons

  • Ship houses seven unique neighborhoods

  • Some recent travelers felt the ship was overcrowded

Rankings

Allure of the Seas ranks #8 out of 24 Royal Caribbean International Cruise Ships based on an analysis of expert and user ratings, as well as health ratings.

4.05Scorecard
  • 4.0Expert Rating »
  • 4.3Traveler Rating »
  • 3.5Health Rating »

Cabins

Allure of the Seas offers a wide range of accomodation options. Browse cabins to find the stateroom that suits your needs.

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Deck Plans

Allure of the Seas contains 15 decks. Find out which features are available on each Allure of the Seas deck.

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Traveler Reviews

A ship’s traveler rating is provided under license by Cruiseline.com , which manages one of the largest databases of cruise reviews and ratings by travelers. A total of 2333 guests have reviewed Allure of the Seas, giving it a rating of 4.3 on a scale of 1-5.

Cruiseline Travel Rating:

4.3 out of 5(2333 reviews)

Reviews by Traveler Type

Couples42.1%
Families w/older children18.9%
Groups9.8%
Singles/Friends8.9%
Families w/young children8.4%
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Ship Photos

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