Jewel of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean’s Radiance Class of cruise ships and she’s a beauty. This gem offers the signature features of Radiance Class vessels, such as what seems like acres of glass for gazing upon views, views, and more views. And, she has some special facets to her that make her a ship worth sailing on at least once.
This is a bit of what you can expect on the brilliant Jewel of the Seas:
Those looking for a romantic cruise will fare well with a Jewel of the Seas voyage. Jewel of the Seas has places for admiring beautiful scenery at almost every turn. Is there an experience that you can think of that’s more special than soaking in gorgeous sea and landscapes views from nearly anywhere, with a special someone? Couples, singles, and families can luxuriate in elegant public spaces or relax in the privacy of an upgraded stateroom. Throughout Jewel of the Seas, you’ll find stunning design features like elevators that face the sea so that you can enjoy looking at an approaching coastline or the vastness of the ocean around you.
Jewel of the Seas sails to more than 233 destinations, in 72 countries. She visits seven continents on cruises that range from four nights to more than a week. We love the cruises that sail from Tampa to Cozumel during the winter. We’re also quite fond of the seven-night Southern Caribbean cruises on Jewel of the Seas that venture to San Juan, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, St. Kitts, and Antigua.
Dining on Jewel of the Seas means you have access to a myriad of choices for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You have food from all around the world at your fingertips, so you can eat almost anything you want, whenever you want. We suggest you visit Jewel of the Seas Main Dining Room for a complimentary meal from morning to evening. You can also stop by the Windjammer Café for quick to-go bites and enjoy a luxurious dinners at Portofino, an Italian eatery.
For nightlife on Jewel of the Seas, you have more than 16 bars and clubs waiting for you. Each has its own distinct atmosphere and style, so try a few of them like the Safari Club, Scoreboard Sports Bar, or Bolero’s dance club. Jewel of the Seas really does outshine most ships when it comes to activities and attractions. Indoors, passengers watch Broadway-style shows, gamble in a casino, get spa treatments, take yoga classes, view art in the BRITTO gallery, and even take cooking and jewelry making classes. Outside, on deck, cruisers swim, soak in hot tubs, play in a Flow Rider wave simulator, exercise on a jogging track, and ride a zip line.
This is just a bit of the treasure that is Jewel of the Seas. To find out more, visit Royal Caribbean’s website.