Beginning in November 2016, guests sailing in Central Park and Boardwalk balcony staterooms aboard Oasis of the Seas, Allure of the Seas, and Harmony of the Seas will be able to take advantage of a number of unique onboard benefits.
Guests sailing in any Central Park balcony stateroom will be invited to book a complimentary lunch for two at Jamie’s Italian aboard Harmony of the Seas or Giovanni’s Table aboard Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas. Additionally, each stateroom will receive a bottle of red wine and exclusive perks in Royal Caribbean’s Casino Royale.
Guests sailing in a Boardwalk balcony stateroom will also enjoy a complimentary lunch or dinner for four at Johnny Rocket’s, a soda beverage package for two, and a private session on one of the ship’s two rock climbing walls.
These staterooms are unique in design, offering an interior facing balcony, overlooking either the Central Park or Boardwalk neighborhood. Some staterooms situated on the Boardwalk offer a partial ocean view, but the vast majority focus on the neighborhood itself. While some cruisers may have been hesitant to try an inward facing balcony stateroom such as these, the newly added benefits offer a compelling advantage over their ocean facing counterparts.
Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, sailing since 2008 and 2009 respectively, are the world’s largest cruise ships. Both ships feature a unique “neighborhood” design concept, segmenting the ships into unique areas, such as the Coney Island styled Boardwalk, the lush and tranquil Central Park, and the adrenaline pumping Sports Zone.
Harmony of the Seas, the third ship in the Oasis Class, will debut May 2016, capturing the crown as the world’s largest cruise ship. Harmony of the Seas will feature a number of unique amenities not found aboard her earlier Oasis Class sisters, including a massive waterpark, the Bionic Bar, and a number of popular Quantum Class restaurants. Harmony of the Seas is currently under construction at STX Europe’s Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in France.