Freedom of the Seas has emerged in San Juan, Puerto Rico after her recent $116 million facelift.
The much-needed refurbishment has seen a completely redesigned pool deck featuring much loved The Lime & Coconut Bar; an expanded selection of seating options with the addition of casitas, in-pool loungers and day beds. Kids can now enjoy the new Splashaway Bay water park and adults can enjoy the rejuvenated adult-only Solarium.
On the food and beverage front, the complimentary Mexican El Loco Fresh has been added to Freedom of the Seas along with, Izumi Hibachi and Sushi and the classic Playmakers Sports Bar and Arcade. Freedom of the Seas will be the first to receive this refresh of Royal Caribbean’s Italian speciality restaurant, Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen.
Teens will rejoice in their new exclusive hangout, Social033, entirely redesigned to feature the latest in movies, gaming and music, plus a new, private outdoor deck. Alongside the new Social033, there will be Clash for the Crystal City, a glow in the dark laser tag adventure through a mystical frozen city.
The refit of Freedom of the Seas is part of a $1-billion-dollar investment in Royal Caribbean’s fleet, which will see 10 ships extensively refitted over the next four years, with enhancements that touch nearly https://www.cruise.co.uk/bulletin/cruise-ship-think-best-looking-vote-now/every facet of the guest experience.
What do you think is the biggest improvement to Freedom of the Seas is? What else do you think could have been added onboard? Let us know in the comments below…
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