Royal Caribbean introduces pre-bookable dining

Pre-bookable dining for speciality restaurants on selected Royal Caribbean International ships is being made available online.

The line claims advance booking of speciality dining packages means passengers can save at least 25% on the individual onboard cover charges. The packages range from $50 to $120 per passenger.

Three are available on the two biggest cruise ships in the world – Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas – while others cover Radiance of the Seas and the newly revamped Splendour of the Seas.

The line’s hotel operations senior vice president Lisa Bauer said: “These packages offer our guests the chance to enjoy the unique variety of speciality dining options at a great value while onboard our globally acclaimed Oasis-class and newly revitalised ships.

“We’ve expanded some of the most successful concepts, including dining, that were introduced onboard the Oasis-class ships to the rest of our fleet.

“This is part of the ongoing revitalisation of Royal Caribbean International’s fleet to ensure that we are delivering guests the most innovative cruise ships, exciting itineraries to compelling destinations and friendly and engaging service.”

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