Anthem of the Seas plays host to a range of revolutionary features, with the best in entertainment, cuisine, and comfortable accommodation. Whether you're travelling alone, on a couples getaway or seeing the world as a family. With many trips departing directly from Southampton, you won’t even have to fly to experience this incredible ship and destinations.
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As well as all the amazing activities for cruisers of all ages and 3 family-friendly swimming pools onbaord Anthem of the Seas, parents can enjoy some alone time thanks to the kids clubs catering from tots to teens. Adventure Ocean and its dedicated team are on hand with games and crafts while the separate teen zone boasts games consoles and hang out area as well as Fuel, the teen-only disco.
Anthem has 4 swimming pools - including one with a retractable roof - while there are also 4 hot tub whirlpools to have a soak with a drink in hand. The indoor pool’s solarium style is ideal for those traveling from the UK to Northern Europe along with a small wading pool for kids. In addition, there’s also the spa area and surf simulators.
Anthem of the Seas boasts four main dining rooms, from contemporary dining at Chic to New Orleans favourites at the American Icon Grill, classic dining in Grande or exotic Pan-Asian fare in Silk. Meanwhile, for casual mealtimes, head to Windjammer Marketplace and find plenty of options to grab food on the go throughout the ship to fuel action-packed days at sea at the pool bars and grills. In addition, there are a number of popular specialty restaurants for a special evening or room service for a cosy night in.
During the day Anthem of the Seas is a playground for all ages with rock climbing wall, surf simulator, skydiving simulator, North Star viewing platform, bumper cars and roller skating, ice skating and more fun-filled attractions. Meanwhile, as the sun goes down the stars come out with exhilarating shows in the main theatre.
Anthem of the Seas has a bar to suit all tastes head to the first-ever ice bar at sea for cool cocktails or the Bionic Bar where robot bartenders mix up your favourite cocktail before your eyes. For fun and games Music Hall offers activities to make friends throughout the day and then live music and dancing by night while multi-level Two70° offers stunning views for an incredible backdrop alongside the live performances’ futuristic robotic screens.
First time on my own since losing my husband so I was a bit nervous but I need not of worried
It was great to have to think of nothing but rest. The children had much to do and and did not need to be persuaded. They usually get bored in a holiday more than 4 days but this time, no one complained. The service staff tidying up the room twice a day was amazing. The food was delicious and even when you missed a meal, it was not a problem because there was always food available anytime we needed it. The children particularly enjoyed having their midnight Pizza snacks :)
Lovely ships with lots to do. It was school holidays so very busy. The only problem we found was a sea day all the sun loungers were taken by 7 am in the Morning. The staff did go round starting to take towels off, which was good. But I had to sit on my own while my mum sat in a different area, which was not good especially as my mum is disabled. Food good. Staff really nice. Entertainment was good ok but would of liked to see more headliner shows
Only downside was the sunbed issues around pool where RCL state no-one is supposed to reserve a bed but there were people reserving for hour's yet no one from RCL implemented the rule of not used then towels will be removed.