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Grandeur Of The Seas, Royal Caribbean


Entered Service:
Dec 1996
Length (ft/m):
Beam (ft/m):
11 (guests)
Number of Passengers:
Number of Crew:
Number of Swimming Pools:
73,817 Gross Tonnage


Ship Amenities

There’s a cultural and artistic theme running throughout the ship, with murals depicting opera scenes and an array of musical and ballet sculptures. These classical influences combine with digital technology, including the finger-touch wayfinder system to help you get oriented onboard. At the heart of the ship sits the Centrum lobby and atrium, which serves as a social hub with its cocktail bars, passenger service counters, casino, and nautical-themed Schooner Bar. There’s also a coffee bar, well-stocked library and art gallery to enjoy here. Tropical plants and intriguing artwork help give a touch of hominess to the ship, and the outdoor pool deck is lined with sun loungers to top up your tan. The ship is capped with the Viking Crown Lounge, overlooking the pool and ocean to give you panoramic views.

Cabin Amenities

Guests can pick and choose from a range of different accommodation options, with Royal Suites sitting at the top of the list. Cabins feature an attractive Scandinavian-inspired design, with light wooden tones and accents of colour. All accommodation includes standard features like flat-screen televisions, private bathrooms and vanity desks with hairdryers. There’s also a room service menu on offer for those who enjoy breakfast in bed!

Dining Options

With a recent upgrade, you’ll find more dining options than ever on Grandeur of the Seas. The main dining room features a Great Gatsby theme and includes two decks of seating connected with a grand statement staircase. For a wide selection of self-service items, head to the Windjammer Café with its buffet setup and international themed islands. Caffe Latte-tudes offers specialty coffee services, and the Chef’s Table is an exclusive dining room ideal for special occasions. Specialty restaurants include Chops Grille steakhouse, the Park Café outdoor market, and Giovanni’s Table for Italian cuisine. Izumi rounds out the options here, offering lively hot-rock cooking and a tempting pan-Asian menu.


In the evenings, Grandeur of the Seas springs to life with music, dancing and theatre to suit its décor theme. The programming is headquartered at the Palladium Theatre, an elegant venue hosting up to 875 guests in comfort. Expect musical shows, dancing and comedy galore! There’s a secondary show lounge called South Pacific which seats 575 guests. It’s used for more intimate productions, including cabaret acts and late-night comedy sessions for adults. Casino Royale offers a little slice of Vegas, with its glamorous gaming tables and abundant slot machines.

Sports and Wellness

Whether you want to keep up with your usual fitness routine or start a new habit, head to the ship’s gym for a full selection of modern equipment. You can take part in exercise classes in the aerobics room or work on hitting those fitness goals with the treadmills and weight machines. If you prefer to exercise in the open air, take a few laps around the jogging track or tackle the rock-climbing wall. The Vitality at Sea Spa is open for massages, body wraps, manicures and more, leaving you feeling soothed and relaxed from head to toe. It’s the ideal venue when you fancy a day of pampering.


Grandeur of The Seas

Delightful Family Cruise.


Taggart, Belfast on 3rd Dec 2015

This was a perfect cruise, I took my mother and grand-daughter, she was 11 years old at the time and absolutely loved the entire experience.

Grandeur of The Seas

Converted To Cruising!


Bell, Newcastle upon tyne on 12th May 2013

As first time cruisers we were very excited to embark on a Mediterranean cruise with Royal Caribbean and we weren’t disappointed.

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