After a $48 million, 5 week stint in dry dock, Grandeur of the Seas has emerged refreshed, rejuvenated and sporting an array of Oasis-class amenities. Grandeur of the Seas is the third of six Vision-class ships to undergo extensive revitalization. The bow-to-stern restoration includes a host of new dining venues, technological upgrades and new entertainment offerings, as well as a refresh of all furniture, carpet, upholstery and staterooms. Cabins now have flat-screen TVs and iPads.
The beautifully updated Centrum will prove to be the heart of the ship, with ongoing activities from morning to night, including exciting aerial entertainment. A pool-side movie screen will feature movies, sporting events and music videos.
“Foodies” will rejoice in the new dining options that have been added: The Park Café, Chops Grille, Giovanni’s Table and Izumi Asian Cuisine. The Chef’s Table, an extraordinary dining experience will also be available.
A Diamond Club, for elite Royal Caribbean Crown & Anchor cruisers, and a Concierge Club, for suite guests was added. Families traveling with babies will appreciate the addition of a nursery. Digital Signage was installed around the ship, as was pervasive Wi-Fi.
If you’d like to check out the Grandeur of the Seas, she is currently cruising in the Mediterranean. She will cruise from Baltimore, Maryland in the spring of 2013."