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Review of the Freedom of the Seas

By Advertorial  |  Posted: November 30, 2012

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If you want to experience the holiday of a lifetime then Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas could be exactly what you’re looking for. With incredible facilities, world class entertainment and exciting destinations, a cruise with Royal Caribbean offers everything you could need for a dream holiday.

Freedom of the Seas – A Truly Spectacular Ship

The Freedom of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean Cruises finest vessels and, if you’ve never experienced a cruise holiday before, it’s an ideal choice. With a great range of facilities for families and couples, the ship has everything you could need for a holiday with the children or a romantic break.

Little kids and big kids alike will love traversing the ship’s famous climbing wall, which has become a symbol of the company. You’ll find one on every ship in their fleet. If heights aren’t your thing you can still get the adrenalin pumping in the Flowrider, a spectacular surf simulator that will let you try your hand at this energetic sport.

For rest and recuperation pay a visit to one of the cantilevered whirlpools which stretch out over the sea offering spectacular vistas. If it’s retail therapy you’re after then shop till you drop in the gorgeous selection of Royal Promenade boutiques.

The Best of Both Worlds

One reason why so many people choose all inclusive cruises is because a cruise holiday offers everything you can get from a destination holiday, plus all the benefits of the entertainment and facilities on board the ship. The Freedom of the Seas you have the option to upgrade with a variety of drinks packages to suit you.

As well as exciting excursions to destinations including the Caribbean and the Mediterranean, you’ll also be able to take part in onboard activities, experience fine dining each evening and enjoy first class entertainment like Las Vegas inspired shows, musical performances and even ice shows at the onboard ice rink.

There are a wide array of restaurants on the ship, serving food to suit all tastes. You can dine in style at Chops Grille, enjoy family friendly diner style fare at Johnny Rockets or treat yourself to a sweet surprise from the Cupcake Cupboard – you can even have a go at decorating a cake yourself.

Once you’ve eaten your fill, relax in one of the ship’s many bars serving everything form elegant cocktails to imported ales. When the day is over, retire to one of a range of rooms, including family friendly suites and luxury balcony suites where you can sit and enjoy the spectacular views.

Instead of choosing that boring beach break this year, why not pick cruises 2013 for your holiday and treat yourself to the getaway of a lifetime.

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