Grandeur of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean’s earliest and smallest ships, but you wouldn't know it on seeing her beautiful exterior and stepping into her modern, innovative interior spaces.
Holding up to 1,950 guests she has something for everyone to do onboard. Whether you are jetting off on a couples retreat or taking the whole family on holiday, Grandeur of the Seas will ensure a trip of a lifetime.
One of the first ships to go through the Royal Caribbean Revitalisation programme in 2012 she had $48 million spent on improvements. With added features, new restaurants and a complete refurbishment of all staterooms, she is like a brand new ship.
With so much to do onboard, there is something for everyone. Hang high above the ocean on the rock climbing wall, be part of a tournament in the basketball court, try your luck in the casino, or simply sunbathe by the pool.
From morning until evening, you will never find yourself with nothing to do. If you are not off the ship exploring one of the fantastic destinations, you can find a whole schedule of exciting things to do onboard. Shows, trivias, seminars, and other activities are hosted through the day and night by the enthusiastic and friendly cruise staff.
The size of Grandeur of the Seas means that whilst she is an intimate ship with an elegant and warm atmosphere, she is still boasting a wide range of fun activities, a variety of dining venues and spectacular entertainment.
Rooms on Grandeur of the Seas
All staterooms onboard Grandeur of the Seas have been built with comfort in mind. From their spacious design to the calming décor, you are sure to have the perfect place to refresh after a day of exploring.
Choose from an interior room, a room with a window, or balcony, there is a room for all tastes and budgets.
For the ultimate luxury experience you could treat yourself to a suite. Complete with a concierge, priority embarkation and other suite-only amenities you will treated like royalty.
All rooms come with private bathroom, luxurious bedding, mini bar, safe and a friendly stateroom attendant.