Ship review: Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas
At the far end of the park was a Coach store and, three decks below, a Starbucks, as if a moment might go by without a chai or a vanilla bean. And I thought: Why am I standing on a land mass on a ship? And: When did ships become less about the water on which they sail and more about the land they have left behind?The Allure and her sister, the Oasis, are renowned for their speed of check in, check out, and porterage, surprising for such large ships. As noted, the dining options are near limitless, ranging from a hot dog stand to authentic international cuisine.
Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas is featured on this month’s Hot List with a 7-night Eastern Caribbean Cruise, roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale. Ask your travel agent about the exclusive FROSCH amenities we’re offering on this and other sailings.
(Photo by Flickr user hockeyholic. )