Are you planning a cruise aboard Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas? You should know that there have been some changes in the dining program that go into effect on November 27th. Here’s what you need to know…
In response to passenger’s negative feedback, the “Dynamic Dining” concept has been scrapped and guests will now have the choice of “flexible dining” or the more of the traditional “main dining room experience.”
Guests that choose traditional dining will eat at a set time each evening; there is an early, 6PM seating and a late 8:30PM seating. They will dine with the same tablemates and waiters each night. Chic and Grande, located on deck 3, will be designated as the early and late seating restaurants and guests will be assigned one or the other for the duration of their cruise.
Flexible venues will be located on Deck 4 in American Icon and Silk. Guests in Flexible Dining choose their preferred dining time and are seated on a first come, first served basis including flexible table assignments.
All four of these restaurants will have identical menus each evening. Formal night will also return; one on cruises 5-nights or shorter and 2 on longer cruises.
Families with small children can take advantage of My Family Time dining benefits while sailing onboard Anthem of the Seas. This is available as part of the traditional dining experience during the early seating time and can be reserved pre-cruise via Cruise Planner or once onboard. My Family Time dining allows children ages 3-to-11 to enjoy their meal within 40 minutes of seating before heading to the evening’s Adventure Ocean activities.