Royal Caribbean released a digital copy of its Harmony of the Seas brochure, which previews some of the new and exciting features on its soon-to-be-built third Oasis class ship.
Harmony of the Seas will debut with a European cruise season June through October 2016 and then follow it up with year-round Caribbean 7-Night Eastern & Western sailings starting November 2016 from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
You can read the entire brochure here, but here are the highlights.
Harmony of the Seas will have a two-story Wonderland specialty restaurant
One of the big hits on the Quantum class ships was Wonderland, and on Harmony of the Seas it will be available too but it will be the first two-story Wonderland Imaginative Cuisine.
Royal Caribbean introducing the Royal Suite Class
Royal Caribbean had announced earlier this summer it was revamping its suite class offerings and on Harmony of the Seas, guests in suites can expect a new kind of suite service.
The new Royal Suite Class will offer
- 24/7 Personal butler service
- All-inclusive beverages
- Private dining at Coastal Kitchen specialty restaurant
- Private sun deck
- Onboard gratuities covered
- Complimentary high speed internet
- Complimentary access to the Vitality Spa thermal suite
UPDATE: You can read all about the new Royal Suite Class details.
Pool & sports zone offerings
Royal Caribbean has reimagined its pool and sports zones with some new offerings and classic favorites returning.
Entertainment on Harmony of the Seas
Royal Caribbean guests can expect to find onboard Harmony of the Seas a lot of entertainment. Some of the highlights include.
- Bionic Bar by Makr Shakr
- The Attic - A new comedy club to the Entertainment Place neighborhood
- Broadway in the Royal Theater (no word on which show yet)
Harmony of the Seas will feature lots of new tech
Royal Caribbean will roll out its best tech on Harmony of the Seas, with new features first developed for the Quantum class ships.
Guests will have access to high speed Voom internet, that gives guests high speed internet access just like at home for $15 per day, per device.
Royal Caribbean's brand new RFID bracelets, WOW Bands, will also be available, so guests can leave their SeaPass in their stateroom and have an easy and wearable way to enter your stateroom and make purchases.
The Royal IQ smart phone app will be available for guests to let you book shore excursions, reserve entertainment or manage dining reservations.
Guests can book virtual balcony staterooms to have an inside stateroom price but with a balcony view.
Thank you Katina Bradley for finding this brochure.