The third in Royal Caribbean’s Vision-class, Grandeur of the Seas has glass skylights that allow sunlight to flood in and windows that offer wide sea views. Grandeur of the seas provides a variety of dining experiences, hot nightlife, comedy and stage shows. Upgraded in 2012, Grandeur of the Seas now includes an impressive outdoor movie screen as well as multiple specialty restaurants.
The stunning Centrum provides mesmerizing aerial acrobatic shows that are a must-see while at sea. New to Grandeur of the Seas are specialty restaurants such as Izumi for Japanese cuisine, Royal Caribbean’s signature steakhouse Chops Grille, and family-style Italian at Giovanni’s Table.
Grandeur of the Seas would be best suited for adult travelers. The ship has a rock climbing wall and six pools and whirlpools with plenty of room for relaxation. Compared to her sister ships, Grandeur of the Seas has more space devoted to the Casino Royal, eight bars and lounges, and the Vitality Spa.