Royal Caribbean International’s Brilliance of the Seas has emerged from a $30 million dry-dock renovation with twice as many dining options and an aerial show in the transformed Centrum.
The 90,000-ton, 2,100-passenger ship now has Giovanni’s Table trattoria, the intimate multi-course Chef’s Table, Izumi for Asian cuisine, the casual Park Café, Rita’s Cantina for Mexican food, and an English pub. The five-story Centrum now features the 60s-inspired R Bar and entertainment that includes aerialists gliding through the space.
The Royal Babies and Tots Nursery cares for infants as young as six months. Also, there are new locations for the Concierge Club for suite guests and the Diamond Club for Crown & Anchor Society loyalty program members.
Royal Caribbean has improved the wireless Internet access throughout the ship and also added flat-panel televisions in all staterooms, an outdoor LED movie screen on the pool deck, and an interactive digital way-finding system.
Brilliance of the Seas will debut the innovations as it embarks on a Baltic season from Harwich, England, to visit destinations such as Copenhagen, Denmark; Stockholm, Sweden; and Helsinki, Finland.
By Theresa Norton Masek, Travel Pulse
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