Rhapsody Refurbishment

Posted on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 |
Royal Caribbean's Rhapsody of the Seas is due to be fitted out in March as part of the line's Royal Advantage program, which will bring the mid-sized ships more in line with the Oasis and Allure, their newest and largest ships.

The refurbishment will give the Rhapsody many of the dining options mentioned in an earlier post about the Radiance of the Seas- Izumi, a Japanese restaurant, Giovanni's Table for Italian, the Chop's Grille and the fine-dining Chef's Table, as well as the complimentary Park Cafe deli.

Wifi will be made available throughout the ship, and flat-screen televisions put in all rooms and a big screen by the pool. A very cool tech feature that Royal Caribbean is also bringing to guest cabins is iPads- they can be used to access timetables, onboard accounts (only your own of course!) and make restaurant reservations. Is this the future of cruising?

The centrum atrium will get a make-over, with the hanging sculpture being taken down to make room for aerial acrobatics, and several of the public space and bars will be changed.

Rhapsody of the Seas
by Rennett Stowe Flickr Creative Commons

Author: Ryan Posa+


Anonymous said...

we are going on Rhapsody in Oct 2012, can't wait to see her refurb

Anonymous said...

Hope they don't turn the atrium into a circus tent. I really liked that sculpture. The specialty restaurants will however be a welcome addition to Rhapsody. Radiance is also great.

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