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Adventure of the Seas
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  • Family-friendly Voyager-class ship
  • Royal Promenade: hub for shops, bars and cafes
  • About half the cabins feature balconies
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Adventure of the Seas Cabins

Out of 1,557 staterooms, 939 of these have an ocean view (765 have balconies). A hallmark on this ship's class is the Royal Promenade-facing staterooms that overlook that engaging thoroughfare -- these are a step up from the usual inside cabin. A warning however: Privacy is at a premium with these cabins because they do not have privacy glass windows. Also, due to the late-night reveling that goes on, all but night owls may find them noisy.

All staterooms come with a twin-that-can-be-converted-to-queen bed, private bathroom, phone, closed-circuit television, mini bar and hair dryers. They're decorated in festive Caribbean-esque colors, from mist-green to buoyant oranges and yellows.

Moving up a notch is the Junior Suite. It's the smallest, coming in at 293 square feet with a 66-square-foot balcony. Just a bit bigger than the standard balcony, the extra perks (beyond space) that come with the Junior Suite include a bathroom with tub and a bigger living room area.

For those wanting concierge access, the remaining suites, definitely moving into the higher-ticket arena, start with the Royal Family Suite. At 533 - 586 square feet, its grand claim is two bedrooms plus a sitting room; the second bedroom has the usual twin to queen bed configuration plus two Pullmans that come down from the ceiling. Balconies are bigger, too. In this suite they range from 139 - 193 square feet.

The Grand Suite is just a larger "junior," but it's quite a bit larger at 358 - 384 square feet, and features a bathroom with tub. The Owner's Suite offers more amenities and features even beyond increased squared footage; passengers booking this category of accommodations get a bathroom with whirlpool, bidet and separate shower, along with a bedroom and separate living areas (with queen-sized sofa bed). Measurements are 512 square feet for the cabin and 57 square feet for the verandah. And finally? The piece d'resistance is the Royal Suite, which comes with all the Owner's Suite amenities plus a baby grand piano, a balcony that measures 215 square feet (outfitted with better-than-standard furnishings, including a dining table); the stateroom itself is 1,001 square feet.

Tip: Families should book as far in advance as possible -- a year ahead of time if you can -- to have the best choice of family-friendly staterooms (including connecting cabins), particularly if you are traveling during school vacation periods.
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Adventure of the Seas Cabin Reviews

12/99
Loved the room. Bed was comfortable. Plenty of storage for 2 people. Curtain can be pulled across bedroom area to separate it from the sitting area. Bathroom had 2 sinks. Tub was a bit high to get into, and the drain was slow, but the water ... Read more
Cabin 7310 beachluver9
12/99
Cabin 7310 is in the elbow of the aft hump near the elevators. The deck plans make the balcony look larger than it actually is. We liked the convenience of being close to the elevators (no...there was absolutely no noise from the elevators). The ... Read more
Cabin 9572 MartyFeldman
12/99
Excellent cabin. Lots of room. Walk-In closet. No noise. Note that the elevators on the Adventure are a bit "screwy". So being close to one is not all that advantageous. ... Read more
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Adventure of the Seas Ratings

Editor Rating 4.0 Member Rating
Category
Editor
Member
Dining
4.0
4.1
Public Rooms
5.0
4.5
Cabins
4.0
4.2
Entertainment
5.0
3.9
Spa & Fitness
5.0
4.3
Family & Children
5.0
3.3
Shore Excursions
4.0
4.0
Enrichment
1.0
3.7
Service
4.0
4.5
Value-for-Money
4.0
4.0

Sailing From

San Juan

Cruises To

Caribbean - Southern

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Ship Stats
Crew:
1,185
Launched:
2001
Decks:
15
Tonnage:
137,308
Passengers:
3,114
Registry:
Bahamas
CDC Score:
97
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