Rhapsody of the Seas is an older ship in Royal Caribbean’s fleet. It first sailed in 1997 and can hold 2435 passengers. The ship caters more towards an adult atmosphere. There are world famous nightclubs that you can dance the night away and there are a total of 8 different bars and lounges scattered on the ship. Casino Royale offers Blackjack,Vegas style card games, and slot machines. If you’d rather kick back and relax head to the adult-only Solarium or the full service spa.
Rhapsody of the Seas has multiple glass walls with canopies that pull back in case you want to catch some sun. If you prefer, you can spend time in one of the six hot tub or choose from two different pools on deck. You also have the option of shopping in the open airy atrium with many boutiques and stores to wander through.
There are four different types of rooms offered on Rhapsody of the Seas. Each room varies, however all rooms have a television set, telephone, private bathroom with shower, and a blow dryer. An interior stateroom has economy sized accommodations that will fit any budget. Outside rooms offer a window to view the blue waters you’ll be sailing over. Balcony rooms offer a stunning view on an intimate and private balcony. Experience high living in a deluxe suite which offers more than one balcony and multiple rooms some suites even have baby grand pianos!
If you need to work while away you can use the conference center or 4 of the alternate rooms which provide a television, VCR, projectors, and a dry erase board.
Rhapsody of the Seas sails internationally. You can board the cruise ship in two different cities: Honolulu, Hawaii or Perth, Australia.
Ports of call go through Australia, New Zealand, Alaska, Polynesia, Papua New Guinea, Hawaii, Fiji, Vanuata, and British Columbia.