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Central Park on the Allure (and Oasis) is a nice place to relax and 'chill' while listening to the bird calls and taking in the beautiful 'grounds' of live plants and trees. The Rising Tides Bar didn't always keep its posted schedule. I went a couple of times to 'get on' and ride up to the park but, it had already left the docking port in 'the mall.' (So, why is the schedule listed in LED on one of the support poles if they pay no attention to it?) Goofy. Otherwise, the Allure of the Seas is an amazing ship however, I don't care for the sliding doors on the closet. Not easy to access. Princess ships have the best design with their cabin closets facing the bathroom without any doors, making a sort of 'dressing room' in that space. On Allure, the closet is also next to the bed, making getting to it hard at times.

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Allure of the Seas Cruise Review by HighSeasRoller

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Central Park on the Allure (and Oasis) is a nice place to relax and 'chill' while listening to the bird calls and taking in the beautiful 'grounds' of live plants and trees. The Rising Tides Bar didn't always keep its posted schedule. I went a couple of times to 'get on' and ride up to the park but, it had already left the docking port in 'the mall.' (So, why is the schedule listed in LED on one of the support poles if they pay no attention to it?) Goofy.

Otherwise, the Allure of the Seas is an amazing ship however, I don't care for the sliding doors on the closet. Not easy to access. Princess ships have the best design with their cabin closets facing the bathroom without any doors, making a sort of 'dressing room' in that space.

On Allure, the closet is also next to the bed, making getting to it hard at times.
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First cabin (3858) an inside was OK the first night; second night with rough seas, something in the wall kept rolling around with sharp 'knocks & rattles' constantly so sleeping wasn't the best. Security was called, checked out storage room next door, he heard the sound, couldn't fix it .... he said it was IN the wall or sounded like it was. The next day I went to Guest Services & Bruno did his best and because the ship wasn't 'sold out' was able to move me to the other end of the ship on a higher deck into a room with an ocean view through circular 'porthole.' Quiet restored and the view was a nice 'plus.'
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