When Royal Caribbean’s Splendor of the Seas reemerges from dry dock on November 25,2011, she’ll have twice the number of dining options than before. All these enhancements are apart of the multi-million dollar Royal Advantage program, designed to enhance the passenger experience.
Some new additions include:
Boardwalk Dog House: A variety of hot dogs, brats, sausages, and other meats available at no charge.
Chef’s Table: A dining experience co-hosted by the Executive Chef and Sommelier for a five course meal with wine pairings, $95 cover charge.
Chops Grille: Royal Caribbean’s signature steakhouse with prime cuts of meat, $30 cover charge.
Isumi: Sushi bar with hot-rock cooking and pan Asian cuisine, offering a $3 lunch over charge and $5 dinner cover charge with a la carte menu pricing.
Park Cafe: Gourmet market like soups, sandwiches, salads, and pastries available at no charge.
Viking Crown Lounge:A staple with Royal Caribbean and now with a new menu consisting of classic dishes like shrimp cocktail, beef sliders, tempura’s, and more, available at a la carte menu pricing.
“Splendour of the Seas’ dry dock is part of Royal Caribbean’s multi-ship enhancement and revitalization program to offer across the fleet the most popular and innovative concepts first introduced on our revolutionary Oasis-class ships,” said Lisa Bauer, senior vice president, Hotel Operations, Royal Caribbean International. “As a result, guests sailing aboard Splendour of the Seas will now have a variety of restaurants, both fine-dining and casual, to choose from providing them with an exceptional and customizable vacation experience.”
A lot of these restaurants were first introduced on the Oasis-class ships and proved to be successful.
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