At 138,000 tons, Adventure of the Seas is an impressive sight to behold. Spanning over 15 decks she delivers stunning entertainment and action-packed activities, for an exciting cruising experience.
Want to master ice skating? Head down to Deck 2, where you will find the Studio B ice rink. Start working on those moves and you’ll be pirouetting like a pro by the end of your cruise. If slipping and sliding on ice is not your idea of fun, head to Deck 13 which houses a rock climbing wall, sports court and a miniature golf course.
» Fitness centre with classes
» Jogging track
» Ice rink, rock wall
» Water slides, surf simulator
» Adult only solarium pool
» Choice of restaurants
» Amazing entertainment
» Comfortable accommodation
Get your blood pumping in the state-of-the-art Fitness Centre or head for the jogging track on Deck 12, where you can work up an appetite and burn off calories from the night before. You will also find a separate are for fitness classes, with yoga and Pilates amongst those on offer. Afterwards, treat yourself to a lavish treatment in the spa, where so you can relax and re-charge or simply laze around the pool or take a dip in one of the whirlpools. Then again, you may want to make your way over to the adult-only Solarium pool, where you can enjoy a peaceful and tranquil retreat with a glass of something cold from the Solarium Bar that sits just aft of the pool.
Adventure of the Seas really does come alive at night, with an amazing array of bars and lounges for guests to enjoy. Take in a little sparkle with glamorous pre-dinner drinks in the Champagne Bar or head over to Schooners Bar for a luxurious martini. There’s even the Dog and Duck Pub; a British themed venue offering a great pint and a real taste of home.
The highlight of many evenings has to be the Jesters Nightclub. Passengers love the high-tech dance floor design and the non-stop hits make for a packed party at all times of night.
State of the art light shows illuminate the ice in Studio B, where you can be dazzled by skating acrobatics and powerful musical collaborations guaranteed to have you dancing to the beat. At the Lyric Theatre you can take in a combination of action-packed Broadway-inspired shows and side-splitting comedy acts to have you howling with laughter throughout the night.
The dining options on board Adventure of the Seas promise something to suit every mood and please every palate. The Main Dining Rooms play host to the finest evening of culinary cuisine, where delicious dishes await your arrival for breakfast, lunch and dinner, every meal freshly and finished with the Royal Caribbean’s signature silver service. Choose to eat at Vivaldi, Strauss or Mozart and let the cuisine blow your mind.
Guests opting for Traditional Dining can expect a table size of their request to be waiting for their arrival each evening. Sittings are scheduled for either 6.15pm or 8.15pm, along with the recently introduced 8.45pm sitting for those preferring a later evening meal. My Time Dining is the alternative option for the Main Dining Room and offers guests ultimate freedom when it comes to eating whenever they choose. Passengers are able to arrive at the dining room anytime they wish between the hours of 6pm and 9.30pm, with the evening’s only conundrum being what to order from the amazing range of dishes on the menu.
When you’re looking for a little romance, or a special occasion calls for a special meal, head to Portofino. This charming Italian eatery is one of a host of speciality restaurants aboard Adventure of the Seas, with culinary creations giving you a chance to revel in the tastes of authentic and rustic Italian cuisine.
There’s also a little something special for the family to enjoy over at amazing 1950’s inspired American burger joint, Johnny Rockets. With burgers, hot dogs and those infamous milkshakes, a visit to Johnny Rockets is a must!
Those will big appetites and love of more relaxed dining will be in their element at the Windjammer Restaurant. This 24 hours buffet venue doesn’t compromise on quality, offering incredible dishes from around the world and a chance to sample a real mixture of cuisines. If you’re keen to sway away from the more formal dinners of the Main Dining Rooms, this is your place.
Cleared your plate and still got room for dessert? Indulge your sweet tooth at Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Parlour.
Adventure of the Seas operates a relaxed dress code throughout the day, though you’ll need to keep a cover up on hand if you’re running between the pool and indoor dining venues as swimwear is not allowed in any of the restaurants (including shorts).
Smart casual is the norm for evenings on board, with at least one formal night per week. Cocktail dresses, gowns, suits and tuxedos are often worn on such occasions. Those who are keen to avoid formal nights are welcome to dine in the Windjammer Café, where a relaxed dress code is perfectly acceptable throughout the day and night.