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Overview: Grandeur of the Seas is one of seven Royal Caribbean Vision Class ships – others are Vision of the Seas, Rhapsody of the Seas, Splendour of the Seas, Enchantment of the Seas and Legend of the Seas. She made her maiden voyage in 1996. She has 11 decks and carries 2,446 passengers.

Accommodation: Room categories are suite/deluxe; balcony; outside; and interior.

Every room offers a television, telephone, private bathroom, shower, vanity area and even a hair-dryer.

Stateroom amenities such as flat-screen televisions, new bathrooms and completely remodelled interiors, including new linens and furniture.

Dining: Main Dining Room; Windjammer Café; Solarium Café; room service; Ben & Jerry’s® Ice Cream; Café Latté-tudes; Park Café; Chef’s Table intimate dining experience; Chops Grille; Giovanni’s Table Italian restaurant; and Izumi Asian-fusion cuisine.

Bars/Lounges: She has eight bars and lounges, including the South Pacific Lounge; the Champagne Bar; Concierge Club; Diamond Lounge; R Bar; and Viking Crown Lounge.

Entertainment: Vitality Spa; fitness centre; two pools; four whirlpools; poolside, outdoor cinema screen; rock-climbing wall; upper-deck jogging track; Vegas-style Casino Royale® with 190 slots and 11 tables; and video game arcade.

For the kids: Adventure Ocean Youth Programme; Royal Babies and Royal Tots programming; Teenager-only hangout areas; and Royal Babies & Tots Nursery.

For more information: royalcaribbean.com.au

 

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