Enjoy the most luxurious accommodations at sea when you take a cruise to the Caribbean on the Allure of the Seas, which is set to make its inaugural sailing in December, 2010. The Royal Loft Suites measure a whopping 1524 square feet and have two dining rooms, one of which is outdoors. The tables can seat eight guests so you can have your own private dinner party on the ship. The balcony on such a suite is quite large at 834 square feet. Included in the loft accommodations is a small library, a wet bar, an LCD TV, an entertainment center and a Jacuzzi. For larger groups cruising together, this suite can interconnect with a Crown Loft Suite to accommodate as many as ten guests.

Generally the suites on the Allure of the Seas can accommodate four guests, but the Presidential Suites can accommodate as many as 14. These suites have two main bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom, and two additional bedrooms that share a bathroom with a shower. The balcony contains a private whirlpool and wet bar as well as a dining table and plenty of chairs. The living room area has a sleeper sofa and a dining table, as well as an entertainment center and flat-screen TV.

Choose a stateroom that overlooks the Boardwalk with a private wraparound balcony and dining facilities outside. The family suites in this class of staterooms can sleep up to eight quite comfortably with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Family Ocean View Staterooms can sleep six guests in twin beds that can be configured into a queen size bed, and either a sleeper sofa or Pullman beds that pull down from the ceiling. There are also interior rooms for families that can sleep up to six people.

You have a choice of staterooms with a balcony in that you can either have a view of the ocean, a view of the Boardwalk or a view of Central Park. As a rule, the standard staterooms on the Allure of the Seas are designed to accommodate two guests, but some of them do have a sleeper sofa in the sitting room where two more can be quite comfortable on the double bed.

Interior staterooms have two twin beds that can be converted to a queen size bed, private bathroom with shower, telephone, wall safe and television. There is also a sitting area and a vanity area in these rooms.

Previous: Next:
Return to Allure of the Seas

commentsShip Ratings

Dining:starstarstarstarhalf star
Children's Facilities:N/A
On-board Activitiesstarstarstarstarstar
Shore Excursions:starstarhalf starhalf starhalf star
Ports of Call:starstarstarstarhalf star

Share your Cabin Pictures

add another portUpload Photos