My wife and I have just returned from the maiden voyage of Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas from Southampton to Barcellona sailing 29th May 2016. As you can imagine, the ship is huge, but don't let that put you off. There is so much to do, even on a sea day, you run out of time before its time for diner. With all the neighbourhoods that are availible there is always something to do. A coffee and a sandwich in Central Park, a ride on the Carrosel on the Boardwalk or just people watch from the Boot and Bonnet on the Royal Promenade.
Our stateroom, 10325 was a balcony overlooking the Boardwalk. It was very spacious with a superking bed, seating area, 2 wardrobes with hangers and a chest of drawers. The bathroom was a decent size with a good size shower cubicle and a powerful shower with plenty of hot water. Our attendant Joseph was brilliant.
We had breakfast in the Windjammer (buffet), the main dinning room (a la carte) and Jonny Rockets (American Diner) and all were brilliant. The food was wonderfully tasty and always hot with very good, friendly staff. Lunch we had at the Park Cafe, Hot Dog Stand,Jonny Rockets, again all superb. Diner we had in the American Icon (main dining room). Our waiters, Drazen and Cesar were fantastic, so friendly and helpful. Drazen even took the shell of my lobster so I didn't have to on 1 occasion. There were 2 formal nights, which a large proportion of guests took part in, the remainder were casual.
Lots of space with a superking bed. lots of storage and a good size seating area. The bathroom was a good size with a decent size shower with lots of power and plenty of hot water. A good view of the Boardwalk, but the sea and aqua theatre obstructed by The Ultimate Abys.
Only visited Southampton to embark