Spectrum of the Seas is all about choice. With a high proportion of single, family, connecting, and ADA-accessible staterooms, you’ll be sure to find the perfect stateroom to suit your group. Similarly, there are more classes of stateroom than ever before: from surprisingly-spacious interior staterooms, equipped with virtual balconies to give you a real-time ocean view, to VIP suites with private butlers, free internet, and unlimited spa access. The crowning glory is the Ultimate Family Suite, an enormous, two-story family experience with an in-suite slide, a private cinema, and plenty of space to run around and play.
Dining & Gastronomy
The Spectrum of the Seas main dining room has been reimagined to be bigger than ever, spanning two stories and providing space for 1,844 guests. A variety of Asian and international cuisine will be served here and elsewhere onboard, with cultures coming together at noodle bars, steakhouses, and Jamie Oliver’s Italian restaurant. The most notable specialty restaurant is Sichuan Red, which showcases the best dishes from China’s Sichuan province.
Entertainment and Activities
There’s never a dull moment on Spectrum of the Seas. The ship is jam-packed with activities for all age groups, from Royal Caribbean standards such as a FlowRider surf simulator and the innovative Bionic Bar to new features which haven’t even been announced. Ascend 300 feet above the sea in a glass-walled pod called the North Star, have an out-of-this-world adventure at the Sky Pad virtual reality and trampoline experience, or sing your heart out at the high-tech karaoke lounge Star Moment. Other activities guests can look forward to include bumper cars, a skydiving simulator, and a 40-foot rock climbing wall.
The dress code on Royal Caribbean ships is typically resort casual during the day, smart casual in the sit-down restaurants at dinner. There may be one or two Formal Nights during your cruise, where passengers should wear suits or cocktail dresses, and casual wear is always appropriate at the buffet.