Now that we’ve past a year and half since the Allure of the Seas launched, we thought it was a good time to have a look at what people think about their cruise holiday aboard this Royal Caribbean International ship, although there is no set date for when Europe may see this cruise ship.
It’s pretty obvious what is the first attraction to Allure of the Seas and her sister cruise ship the Oasis of the Seas, and that is the title of largest passenger ship that has been constructed to date, and also the amount you can do onboard. From watching shows on ice to a exploring the onboard Central Park with over 12,000 live plants, the Oasis class is completely something else.
So what are the Allure of the Seas reviews saying in 2011, and specifically from the customer perspective? We’ve taken a look at some of the feedback so far, and it’s clear that the majority of customers are extremely happy, in most cases 9 out of 10.
This review site has over 150 reviews with an average rating of 88%, and the feedback points to some unique activities to do onboard like learning how to dance like Lady Gaga, decorating cupcakes, children pirate parties, ice skating, learning how to surf, riding a carousel, and a lot more.
Other people pointed out how nice the cruise ship was, but pointed to a bad concierge service, which can make or break a cruise from our experience of staying in suites with a concierge service. Some people even found the crew to be inadequate to handle a ship this large, with some staff not knowing who to contact. RCI will never be able to keep everyone happy, and things do go wrong from time to time but current feedback points to the majority of people having an amazing time and nearly everyone loved the ship even if they had problems.
Our recommendations for websites with the best Allure of the Seas reviews by the customer include: Cruise Critic and Trip Advisor. If you have been on Allure of the Seas, then feel free to leave your review/comments below.