Brilliance of the Seas, Jewel of the Seas, Radiance of the Seas, Serenade of the Seas

There’s nothing like a cruise to help gain a little perspective on life. And with more glass than any other class of cruise ships, our Radiance Class ships offer the broadest perspective there is. The only thing that can match all the amazing things there are to see from one of our Radiance Class ships is all the amazing things there are to do onboard.

Ship Features

On the Radiance Class ships you can:
– Climb a rock wall that towers 150 feet above the ocean
– Enjoy a round of mini-golf
– Get in a workout at the Vitality Spa and Fitness Center
– Play blackjack, slots or whatever game of chance they fancy at our Vegas-style Casino Royale
– Take a dip in our pools or relax in one of our whirlpools
– Enjoy the relaxing surroundings of our adults-only Solarium
– Challenge friends or family to a pool game on the innovative self-levelling pool tables
– Take in the ocean view while riding in our glass elevators
– Kids will enjoy the pool slide

– Guests can sample cuisines and wines from all over the world in the spectacular two-story dining room
– Enjoy specialty dining like Chops Grille, Giovanni’s Table or Izumi Japanese Cuisine
– Make it casual at Rita’s Cantina or Park Cafe
– Stroll along and enjoy lounges, dining, shops and entertainment
– Take in Broadway-style shows
– Sip a cappuccino at Cafe Latte-tudes
– De-stress with a manicure or massage in our Vitality Spa and Fitness Center
– Play a game of basketball or soccer on the Sports Court

Staying Connected
Royal Caribbean’s ships have everything your clients need to stay connected
– An advanced roaming network allows the use of mobile phones anywhere onboard
– Send and receive emails at one of the workstations
– Ship-wide WiFi
– Closed circuit TV featuring first-run movies
– Complimentary satellite programming

Superior Accommodations
The ultimate in comfort, convenience and luxury plus a staff that’s available 24/7
– Suites – All with private balconies
– Royal Suites – A bedroom with a Royal-King size bed and a separate living room. Some even offer a baby grand piano
– Owner’s Suites – A queen-size bed and a queen-size sofa bed in the separate living area
– Royal Family Suites – Two bedrooms and enough room to accommodate up to eight, with twin beds, two Pullman beds and a double sofa bed
– Balcony Staterooms – Spectacular ocean views from a private balcony
– Accessible Staterooms – Designed for maximum freedom and convenience to enable guests with disabilities.

Source: Royal Caribbean Guide 2015-2016