After undergoing a 24-day dry dock at the Grand Bahama shipyard, Royal Caribbean has announced that its Freedom of the Seas vessel is up and running once more, this time with a series of new onboard restaurants and cabins.
Freedom of the Seas was the first vessel to join Royal Caribbean‘s Freedom class of ships, followed by Liberty of the Seas and Independence of the Seas.
The selection of new restaurants onboard the vessel are bound to set your taste buds tingling. If you’re a fan of Mexican cuisine, you’ll love the restaurant Sabor. Or if you’re a meat lover, Chops Grille is an American steakhouse that serves up the finest dry-aged steak options.
And that’s not all Freedom of the Seas has to offer. For those who fancy tucking into some tasty Italian cuisine, Giovanni’s Table has it covered. Or perhaps you’re craving a 50s diner experience. If so, head to Johnny Rockets and bite into a succulent hamburger, washed down with a sweet milkshake.
In the evening, guests can step into their best outfits and visit the new R Bar Lounge. Bask in the 1960s-style decor while sipping on a selection of signature cocktails.
Freedom of the Seas is also the proud owner of 67 additional cabins located at the front of the ship. The floor to ceiling windows provide guests with panoramic ocean views that are bound to take their breath away.
Are Freedom of the Seas‘ new restaurant offerings making your mouth water?