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Jewel Of The Seas, Royal Caribbean

JEWEL OF THE SEAS TECHNICAL FACTS

Entered Service:
June 2004
Length (ft/m):
962ft/293m
Beam (ft/m):
106ft/32m
Decks:
12 (guests)
Number of Passengers:
2,702
Number of Crew:
852
Number of Swimming Pools:
3
Size:
90,090 Gross Tonnage

ABOUT JEWEL OF THE SEAS

Ship Amenities


Powered with pod propulsion for a smoother ride, Jewel of the Seas offers a sleek, comfortable cruising experience. It’s characterised by its abundance of space, offering larger cabins, additional dining options, and more public areas than most other ships in the Royal Caribbean Fleet. Apart from the pools, hot tubs and adventure splash zones for families, you can spend time in the Centrum area to relax. It’s outfitted with glass-walled elevators spanning nine decks of facilities - here you’ll find a small library, lobby bar, Champagne bar, and Internet centre as well as a selection of eateries and duty-free shops. The hotel’s well-equipped for business guests with its 194-seat conference centre and business lounge, while culture lovers will enjoy the art gallery and cinema screening room.


Cabin Amenities


There are ten different categories of cabins and suites to choose from, including interior and outside-view cabins as well as spacious family suites. Wheelchair-accessible cabins are on hand, as well as interconnecting rooms for families. Cabins are richly decorated with faux wood cabinetry, a television, three-sided mirrors and a vanity unit with hairdryer. Additional amenities include data ports, tiled bathrooms and Egyptian cotton towels. Some rooms include balconies with ocean views, and passengers staying in suites can use the specialty Concierge Lounge.


Dining Options


Guests can head to the Tides dining room for meals. This elegant dining room covers two decks with floor-to-ceiling windows on the upper level. There are also two smaller private dining rooms available for those who wish to enjoy a special event. Specialty dining options include the Italian favourites at Giovanni’s Table or the premium grilled meat and seafood at Chops Grille Steakhouse. These are open for dinner in the evenings and require reservations. For casual all-day dining, visit the Windjammer Café adjacent to the pool deck. Its buffet islands showcase all manner of international cuisine. Jewel of the Seas also hosts the Seaview Café, another buffet option.


Entertainment


Coral Theatre is the ship’s show lounge. It includes 874 seats with 24 wheelchair stations, and hosts vibrant musical performances including song, dance and theatre. The Safari Club is a smaller option, more suited to late-night comedy and dancing to a live band. By day the Viking Crown Lounge is an observation lounge, but by night it transforms into another dance club and theatre. You can also vist the colourful Casino Royale for artwork, gaming tables and loads of slot machines.


Sports and Wellness


The ship’s Solarium offers a premium place to relax. Its glass roof retracts to let in the sunlight, and it includes a whirlpool and counter current swimming facilities. You’ll also find a gym with cardio and weight machines as well as an aerobics room hosting fitness classes. Steiner Leisure operates the Day Spa, offering massages, saunas, and steam rooms as well as a full menu of soothing facials and body treatments. When you wish to get active, test your skills at the rock-climbing wall, nine-hole golf course, or basketball court. And the jogging track is always available to make the most of the sea
air.


JEWEL OF THE SEAS REVIEWS

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Jewel Of The Seas- First Experience.

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Paracha, Harrow on 23rd Sep 2018

Been on other Royal Caribbean ships so this was slightly smaller which gave it a more homely feel. Our inside cabin was like always comfy and snug and all you need.

Jewel of The Seas

China Japan And HK.

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Robins, Sheffield on 1st Feb 2019

Only been on one cruise in my life the standard was 5star the entertainment was great various to suit all tastes most were live had free drinks went all inclusive. The food was fantastic.

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