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Royal Caribbean Adventure of the Seas

103 reviews
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Passengers: 3 114   |   Crew: 1 185
Passengers to crew: 2,63:1
Passengers to space: 44:1
Launched: 2001   


  • Deck 2
  • Deck 3
  • Deck 4
  • Deck 5
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 7
Additional decks
Deck 2 layout
  Studio Interior (2W)  
  Ocean View (8N)  
  Interior (6V)  
  Ocean View (1N)  
  Ocean View (2N)  
  Ocean View (3N)  
  Interior (2V)  
Conference Center


Cabin size: 162 - 275 sq. ft.
Connected rooms: 90
Accessible rooms: 8
Maximum passengers: 4
Number of cabins: 638
Traveller rating
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Travel720726 wrote a review May 2020
4 contributions
My husband and I decided to take a cruise for our 35 year anniversay. We scheduled several months in advance and booked on Royal Caribbean's Adventures of the Seas Ship. We thoroughly enjoyed our trip due to the personnel were so kind and helpful as well as caring that it was our Anniversary celebration. We could not have asked for a better team to take care of our cabin and our meals, thanks to Michael and Florence. They attended to our every whim to make our dinners the best we could have asked for. Wanting to go again soon!
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Linda O wrote a review Apr 2020
Boynton Beach90 contributions15 helpful votes
We had 10 cruises booked on this ship but due to the virus we had to get off after 3 we were having a great time the crew was awesome all the specialty restaurants were great. Katy the cruise director was great our suite attendant Lester was great. We really hated getting of as no one was sick on board. We love Royal Carribean and have 2 cruises in July hopefully and just booked 7 on Independence of the seas to earn more points. We highly recommend Royal and ifs it your 1st cruise go on one of the Oasis class Ships. You won’t be disappointed
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Carl S wrote a review Mar 2020
Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania23 contributions2 helpful votes
This was our first cruise and it was fantastic!!!! The food was excellent and the staff was very super friendly! Would good again in a heartbeat
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monicacN2080AI wrote a review Mar 2020
South Bend, Indiana210 contributions28 helpful votes
This was a tremendous experience. Extremely clean, everywhere we went. The food was out of this world. I am a vegetarian and never had difficulty finding food options. The most important part of the trip was the staff - Amazing!!! Everyone acted to you as they were your long lost friend. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!! We will for certain return again.
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Janette B wrote a review Mar 2020
Nuneaton199 contributions56 helpful votes
I booked a 14 day holiday in the USA that ended with a 6 day cruise from Fort Lauderdale to Grand Cayman, Costa Maya and Cozumel. When I booked it I was so pleased that the ship would be Adventure of the Seas. We had cruised on that ship twice before. The facilities on board are amazing as is the food in both the Sapphire Restaurant and the self service Windjammer restaurant . The ship definitely has the WOW factor. I booked an inside stateroom as it was only 6 days but don’t think I’d choose to again, not because there was anything wrong with the size or layout of the cabin, I would prefer some natural light. Everything you would find in an ocean view or balcony stateroom is in the inside stateroom. There are ample sun beds on the upper decks for sea days. Towels are provided. Beverage staff are constantly walking around offering bar service on the open decks to save you going to the bar. There’s also free ice creams. I found the staff on the ship to be very friendly and professional (with perhaps one exception-the entertainer in the English Pub was fond of the ‘f’ word egged on by drunken Americans). Not a reflection on the ship but I wasn’t aware that it was spring break in the US when I booked the cruise and having experienced what it is like during that period I wouldn’t choose to again. Some people were drinking far too much and being loud and obnoxious around the pool where there are children. The ship published a dress code for the main dining room everyday In the Cruise Compass which was delivered to your stateroom. Sadly it was ignored by many on this cruise. I've seen better dressed on campsites!! Men were turning up in baseball caps, t-shirts, shorts and flip flops. Why have a dress code if it isn’t enforced? Why be so rude as to not observe it?? Anyway.. I still love the ship but would probably stick to the Med or UK sailings in future and have an outside stateroom.
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