The core of the Majesty of the Seas is its very experience dating from its maiden voyage of 1992. This smartly streamlined cruise ship is well-accustomed to casual, short cruises for a wide range of passengers, especially for families. For a primed ship, over-all deck atmosphere is casual and comfortable with clean cut interiors and warm, homely cabins. This simple ship keeps its old tang with most of its interiors maintaining huge elegant public spaces, which many may have thought to have compromised provisions for accommodation being rather smaller than could be wanted. Good old times could be reminiscent at the Majesty as it goes on its long streak of service.
Accommodation comes at prices according to size, location, and grade. Though the suites of the Bridge Deck are impressive and well provisioned, all other cabins may have considerably used some generous floor space. In compromise, these cabins have been intelligently crafted to at least provide a roomy feeling with the window treatments and balanced color schemes that bring about a sense of familiar tenderness of a personal space. Nonetheless, cabins generally have tighter storage spaces and so benefits short-time cruisers with lesser luggage. All cabins are equipped functionally with good beddings and a functional bathroom.
The main dining rooms may be austere yet pristine at best, namely, the Moonlight and Starlight halls. Standard dining menu is offered at both halls, where waiters help you get the most of the night’s offerings. The menu caters as well to special preferences by diners. The Windjammer Marketplace is one of the favorite places for casual buffet options. Other free dining options are also available at the Sorrento’s Italian Pizza and the Latte-tudes of Deck 5. Other food spaces usually come at a little top-up fee. Room service is available 24-hours, but is best for Continental breakfasts and light meals.
Majesty’s spa and beauty center is professionally run by the Steiner Leisure group complete with complementary treatments to your skin and body type and your head-to-toe treatment needs and wants. The experience is bundled together with the sauna and steam rooms for everybody. The ShipShape fitness facility is well-equipped with special machines by LifeExtension. Classes such as Yoga, Pilates, and boot camp are also available. The pools and Jacuzzi’s are efficiently lined with a bar and stands for refreshments while relaxing through the day. Sports fanatics may also try out in the volleyball competition that is part of CocoCay beach activities, even rock climbing at Deck 12, or to simply jog and stroll at Deck 7’s promenade deck.
Children of 6 months to 3 years may be taken care at the Royal Babies and Tots with complementary bonding activities for kids and parents. Adventure Ocean is the main front of Majesty for activities events that aim to provide educational social programs for children. Other spaces are also welcoming for the youngsters, such as the Living Room, a hangout for children, and the spa where a special menu is prepared just for them.
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