Royal Caribbean Icon of the Seas Cruise Reviews

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Jan 20 - 23, 2024. I was not prepared to love this ship, but Wow!
"There is so much technology and upgrades throughout this ship, I can see why Royal is charging a premium right now to sail Icon and soon her sister Star.Royal also integrated Central Park with the promenade both through large windows that allow you to look out at the ocean and a staircase that takes you directly down to Pearl Cafe in the Promenade...."Read More
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Heera, Arnold, Gede…and so many more!

Review for a Caribbean - Eastern Cruise on Icon of the Seas

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Texan Remmert
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

Overall - Amazing. Remember that this is a family friendly ship! Enjoy the kids and embrace the laughter! Or waiter Heera and our assistant waiter Arnold were 10 out of 10!!! Heera, I expect to see you in a suit! ;) Gede - Royal needs to know Gede! This gentleman was beyond amazing! 10 out of 10!! The first night, Gede came by our room and visited for a few minutes. From that short ...
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Sail Date: April 2024

Traveled with children


Blew my mind, and my expectations

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Galvanator
First Time Cruiser • Age 40s

Blown away by this ship. Royal Carribean have put everything they have learned into one offering and it totally surpassed our expectations. A huge boat that didn’t feel crowded, with ample seating & space in every venue. Plenty of windows giving a real feeling of connection with the sea. And real memorable “highlight” areas such as the infinity pool at aft. Service and crew all ...
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Sail Date: April 2024

Traveled with children


Amazing ship with a few challenges

Review for a Caribbean - Eastern Cruise on Icon of the Seas

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Dmkaminski
10+ Cruises • Age 30s

Overall this is an absolutely amazing ship..leaps and bounds ahead of anything else in the RCL, NCL, or Carnival lines. We are two late-twenty/early-thirty childless females who have been on 20+ cruises and this is by far our favorite ship. It truly is unlike any other and feels like every inch of the ship was considered. We were told this sailing was one of the first at full capacity and, save ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


SPECTACULAR

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starfish327
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

Huge but spacious. Just like every ship you quickly become familiar with the layout. Plenty of complimentary eateries around the ship. Show are just as spectacular. However no indoor solarium with pool. Plenty of seats, We were rained out the first sea day and once docked, no sprinkles but heavy and steady rain. We sail with approximately 7000 passengers which approximately 2700 were children ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Huge Ship!

Review for a Caribbean - Eastern Cruise on Icon of the Seas

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Cruise a holic
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We just got off the Icon of the Seas after it's 6th sailing. The ship is beautiful. Has so many wonderful things- but some negatives. Boarding was fast and easy- well organized- we entered Deck five- the promenade- it is spacious filled with many features of the Oasis class- but much wider and brighter- the Pearl is a beautiful structure on that level . Shops restaurants and so much to see. ...
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Sail Date: March 2024

Cabin Type: Surfside Family Suite


Accessible cabin

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ibijim
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Seven night cruise on 3/2/24 aboard ICON of the Seas. The ship is beautiful, and our cabin was an accessible cabin with plenty of room for my mobility scooter to turn around. The bed is closest to the bathroom, with the sofa by the sliding glass door. See video. Although there are automatic door openers to enter the room and the bathroom, the sliding glass door is manual and is difficult to ...
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Sail Date: March 2024

Traveled with disabled person


LOUD, LOUD AND MORE LOUD

Review for a Caribbean - Western Cruise on Icon of the Seas

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AINE NI LAITHIMH
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

It's been at least 10 ten years since we took a cruise. we just happen to be in fla. And decided to drive to miami and take a cruise, the weather hadn't been good in jan/feb. and don't get me started on the non spa. i guess those tired moms don't deserve a little break. the worst rub down i've ever had, along with the up, up, up sell to possible other treatments that you didn't need. there ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Amazing Family Vacation

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eml626
10+ Cruises • Age 40s

We traveled on Icon two adults and two children ages 8 and 6 and had an amazing time. The staff were all beyond friendly. You could tell they had to work their way up to this ship. We were not a huge fan of the Adventure Ocean programs which, at least for our children's ages, never left the club. So, if you dropped your kids off during the day they essentially sat inside and played on a ...
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Sail Date: February 2024

Cabin Type: Central Park View Balcony

Traveled with children


Overpriced excellence

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cruisetiludrop
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We are senior cruisers so we did not partake in a lot of the activities designed for youth and families. So what's so great? The elevator system stands out as a Hugh improvement. Very little waiting, mostly empty and many nonstop express rides all week. Entertainment: They brought the best musicians and singers from other ships. Good house band and an additional feature band called Legends ...
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Sail Date: February 2024


Two weeks on Icon of The Seas

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Bernie Pleskoff
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

My wife an i spent two weeks in mid-ship rooms on icon of the seas-the first two weeks of february. OVERVIEW: We have been on over 100 cruises, the most recent being on holland america's rotterdam. Icon compares favorably in most categories, but is the most beautiful ship we have sailed. The icon of the seas is incredibly beautiful. The architecture, the magnificent technology, and the ...
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Sail Date: February 2024


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