Take a Peek into The World’s Biggest Cruise Ship

Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas promises an unforgettable family getaway with two-story suites, theater rooms, and video game libraries.

The Ultimate Family Suite; Photo: Royal Caribbean

Taking the whole family on vacation is no mean feat, especially when you have to fulfil the needs of both the young and old, while keeping them entertained throughout.

Here’s when cruises, with their enriching onboard experiences, are a great idea.

When the world’s biggest cruise ship debuts in April 2018, families can look forward to a fun-filled adventure out at sea.

To put things in perspective, the 16-deck Symphony of the Seas by Royal Caribbean can carry 6,870 passengers, and comes with the largest spa and casino on the seas.

Guests can expect a two-story haven of thrills in the Ultimate Family Suite, including their very own in-suite slide, a private 3D cinema, an air hockey table, and even a balcony bumper pool table.

Royal Suite Class; Photo: Royal Caribbean

Other accommodation options include the Royal Suite Class and Balcony Rooms, all of which come with creature comforts and plenty of space to run about.

Even though the amenities in the suite will keep you entertained for hours, there are plenty of adventures to be had on the cruise.

Like the cruise line’s other Oasis vessels, Symphony of the Seas comes with rock climbing walls, ice skating rinks, surf simulators, and more.

Plus, guests can let loose on two curving slides and a thrilling bowl-shape whirlpool.

Run wild with laser tag; Photo: Royal Caribbean

As the kids run wild with activities like glow-in-the-dark laser tag, adults can head over to the Aquatheater to enjoy world-class performances.

Once on board, guests will be treated to a speedy check-in process (thanks to the in-house app) and drinks served by robot bartenders at the Bionic Bar.

Dining options are aplenty; Photo: Royal Caribbean

When it comes to dining, guests will have no lack of options. There’s Hooked Seafood, where oysters are shucked to order; and El Loco Fresh, which serves freshly made Mexican cuisine.

The ship will sail through the Mediterranean in the summer before heading to Miami in November for voyages to the Caribbean.

Find out more here.

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