Just wanted to let you know how my trip went. It was fantastic...
Cameron A
by The Travel Group
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Royal Caribbean's revamped Grandeur

The first renovation was in May 2012. The $48 million makeover brought new eateries, entertainment features and more. The second renovation was earlier this summer which repaired areas damaged in a widely reported May fire. The result is a vessel that in many ways looks as good as new.  

<-- The largest entertainment venue on the ship is the 870-seat Palladium Theater, where Broadway-style shows, comedy acts, illusionists and other entertainment is offered nightly.

In the hub of Grandeur of the Seas' interior is the Centrum, a six-story atrium. Which allows for three new aerialist shows in which performers dangle from lines attached to the ceiling.

New on the top decks is a 220-square-foot poolside  movie screen.  -->

The main eatery on Grandeur of the Seas is the 1920s-themed Great Gatsby Dining Room, which spans two decks at the back of the ship, and can hold 1,039 passengers at a time.
In the mood of Asian? Izumi, was added during the overhaul. It has a la carte pricing and a $3-per-person fee for lunch, $5 for dinner.Izumi is located at the highest point of the ship on Deck 12. 

Located on Deck 11, the semi-circular, glass-walled Viking Crown Lounge offers panoramic views and is a signature feature on the ship. It's home to late-night dancing and tapas.

Grandeur of the Seas' casual buffet eatery, the Windjammer Cafe, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.


Martha would love to chat with you about all the changes to the Grandeur of the Seas, contact her:
Email: marthaw@travleg.com
website: www.travelg.com/martha

Originally built in 1996, Royal Caribbean's Baltimore-based Grandeur of the Seas has undergone two major overhauls over the past 15 months...Read more.