Full-service VitalitySM Spa with thermal suite and an extensive treatment menu. State-of-the-art Fitness Center. Central Park®outdoor garden with galleries, restaurants and a Coach® store. Four pools including the Solarium, an adults-only retreat.* Ten whirlpools, two of them cantilevered whirlpools overlooking the ocean. Concierge Club and Diamond Lounge**
**During inclement weather and select hours, the ship may permit the Solarium Pool to be used by persons under age 16 provided they are directly supervised by a parent or guardian. **Concierge Club and new larger Diamond Lounge with ocean views.
At 228,081 tons, Symphony is the largest cruise ship ever, and it's packed full of gee-whiz attractions such as a thrill slide that plunges nearly 100 feet and a Bionic Bar with a robot bartender.
A larger version of Royal Caribbean's massive Harmony of the Seas, Symphony boasts three main pool areas, a water slide complex, an adults-only solarium, an ice skating rink, two rock climbing walls, a basketball court and a mall-like indoor promenade with shops, bars and eateries. Like Harmony, it also has an open-air, tree-lined area called Central Park with restaurants, bars and upscale shops such as Bulgari.
The spectacular top-deck fun zones. Like Harmony, Symphony has a trio of thrilling, three-deck-high slides that straddle two giant pool areas. Starting side-by-side, the yellow-and-blue Typhoon and Cyclone slides spin around each other as they descend toward the ship's Main Pool. The third slide, Supercell, drops into a "champagne bowl" before disgorging passengers in front of the nearby Beach Pool. More watery fun can be found just steps away at Splashaway Bay, a kiddie aqua park with smaller slides, water cannons, a multi-platform jungle gym and a gigantic drench bucket. As if that's not enough, there's another watery fun-in-the-sun area, the Sports Pool, just across from Splashaway Bay, as well as two surfing pools, a miniature golf course and more.
Expansive menu of delicious dinner options in early and late seating dining in the ships' Main Dining Rooms, among up to 20 dining options.
Hooked Seafood - For the freshest seafood, head to Hooked and get a real taste of classic New England favorites. Your clients can indulge in Maine lobster and a variety of crab claws. Take your pick of fresh, grilled fish, and choose from a selection of just-shucked East Coast oysters at the ice-cold raw bar.