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STATEROOMS

A range of accommodation options make

up the 2,090 staterooms from interior

staterooms to Royal Suites all featuring

Tea & Coffee making facilities, Flat

screen TV's, mini-bar, air conditioning,

safe, hairdryer, seating area and en-suite

facilities. Interior staterooms are well

appointed with 375 of them featuring

virtual balcony views. This appears

as a floor to ceiling panel dressed as

a window with a live view of the sea

projected on to it as if it were a view

from a balcony window. The majority of

the accommodation on board comprise

of 1,571 balcony staterooms. These are

surprisingly spacious - much more so than

many ships that have just been launched.

Inside you will find two wardrobes, a large

sofa and a large balcony with space to

stretch out and sunbathe. There are a

number of Family Suites on board which

can accommodate up to 8 people with

two bedrooms, a lounge area with pullout sofa-bed and 2 bathrooms.

DINING

Unlike other ships of the fleet this new

class of ship does not have a main

restaurant to cater for all passengers over

the standard two sittings. Instead there

are four very different restaurants which

offer speciality cuisine at no extra charge.

You can choose from Classic Dinning

where you are assigned a set dining time

and table allocation; you will dine with the

same people but in a different restaurant

each night. Or you can opt for Dynamic

Dining where you make reservations in

each of the four restaurants at a time that

suits you- gratuities must be prepaid at

the time of booking.

GRANDE

The Grande Restaurant is a luxuriant nod

to a bygone era. When dining was not

a task, but a time honoured tradition.

When you dressed for a date with an

unforgettable dish. At The Grande, every

night is formal night, and every night is

a special occasion. The world's favourite

classic dishes come together in pure

opulence at this most elegant restaurant.

(Formal).

CHIC

The height of contemporary cuisine

is realised at Chic, where the freshest

ingredients are evolved for a modern

palate. Proteins that pack a punch are

treated to the delicate drizzle of sauces

made from scratch. Salt is sea-salt,

cream is créme, and truffles mingle

with champagne for a butter sauce that

surpasses all expectations. (Smart casual).

SILK

Weave your way through a vibrant

tapestry of Pan-Asian flavours as diverse

and nuanced as the Far East itself. Every

tapestry tells a story - and this one brings

together the greatest characters in the

history of exotic cuisine. All on an eclectic

yet balanced menu inspired by Chinese,

Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese and Indian

cooking. (Smart casual).

AMERICAN ICON GRILL

If a cruise is your epicurean journey, then

American Icon Grill is the classic American

road trip. Here, discover America, the

beautiful, the delectable, the absolutely

mouth watering. It's your favourite

comfort foods, hand-picked from cities

spanning from sea to shining sea, and

homespun in with a few creative twists.

(Smart casual).

Help yourself to the buffet in the

Windjammer Marketplace or the Cafe@

Two70, grab a poolside burger at Johnny

Rockets take out, enjoy a late night slice

of pizza at Sorrento's Pizzeria on the

Royal Esplanade or people watch with a

coffee at Cafe Promenade. Have a snack

in Michael's Genuine Pub or treat yourself

to Jamie's Italian, a steak in Chops Grille,

Japanese cuisine in Izumi or the amazing

decor of Wonderland.

ENTERTAINMENT

First off - the Royal Theatre features

amazing shows including We Will Rock

You - the Olivier Award-winning musical

and The Gift - an exclusive production

taking you on a musical journey of fantasy

and illusion. Two70SM is an amazing and

vast panoramic lounge at the back of

the ship with ever-changing video walls,

dancing robo-screens and a variety of

stages which rise and fall. Performers

appear out of no-where to give you

an all-together captivating, weird and

fantastical show which is Spectra's

Cabaret - exclusive to this ship. This ship

does not have a nightclub instead it is

the plush and spacious Music Hall on two

floors complete with pool tables and live

band stage for tribute acts; perfect for live

entertainment and late night dancing.

There are three distinct pool areas on

board. Families come together around

the main pool with its huge video screen,

high level band stand and separate

H2O Zone complete with wave motion

paddling pool. Then there is the indoor

pool area and the amazing separate

solarium at the front of the ship with three

cascading bathing pools, panoramic

views and two huge whirlpools.

Finally this section would not be complete

without mentioning the chance to skydive

at RipcordSM by iFly®, surf on Flowrider®,

enjoy gravity defying rides on North

StarSM and have a laugh in SeaPlexSM with

bumper cars and the flying trapeze!

INTRODUCING

ROYAL CARIBBEAN

ANTHEM OF THE SEAS

SM

The latest and most modern hi-tech ship afloat!

On 20th April 2015 Royal Caribbean's latest ship Anthem of the

SeasSM was officially launched and named in Southampton before

beginning her maiden season ready to delight British cruisers in

search of the good life without having to fly. This latest and most

modern hi-tech ship afloat is simply brimming with entertainment

and dining options to give you a cruise you will not forget. Free

Wi-Fi, a completely different approach to dining and an amazing

range of unique features make this ship stand out from the rest.

FACTS AT A GLANCE:

• 168,667 Gross Tons

• 1,141 Feet Long

• 136 Feet Wide

• 16 Passenger Decks

• 4,180 Passengers (Double occupancy)

• 1,600 Crew

• 2,090 Staterooms

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