the one where Royal expands Oasis-class dining options

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Royal Caribbean International has continued their commitment to enhance onboard dining options for their passengers with the addition of Oasis-class dining across more of their fleet.

Serenade of the Seas is the next ship scheduled to undergo a ‘Royal Advantage’ refurbishment and will emerge from drydock this December with new specialty restaurants including ‘Giovanni’s Table’, ‘Izumi’ and the ‘Chef’s Table’ experience.

A variety of dining packages will be on offer for passengers, with the option of the ‘Royal Choice Dining Package’ incorporating dinner at; ‘Chops Grille’, ‘Giovanni’s Table’ and ‘Izumi’ for USD$55 per guest or the ‘Chef’s Table Dining Package’ for USD$130 per guests which includes the same offering plus the ‘Chef’s Table’ intimate dining experience.

‘Giovanni’s Table’ aboard Serenade of the Seas will also offer additional dining packages including the ‘Celebration Dining Deal’ for USD$20 per person which is valid for the first two nights of each voyage offering groups of four or more to both a meal and USD$30 beverage credit.

Groups of eight or more will be catered for with the ‘Set Sail Dining Deal’ including dinner on the first night of their voyage at ‘Giovanni’s Table’ for USD$14 per person.

The exclusive ‘Lafite Wine Tasting Experience’ will also be expanding to more ships at USD$23 to USD$25 per person dependent on the ship and itinerary.

In a partnership with Domaines Barons de Rothschild, guests participating in the wine tasting will experience a range of wines from the Bordeaux region of France and will be led by a Royal Caribbean cellar master who will share details about the wines, the winemakers, the history and suggest perfect food pairings.

Each guest will also take home a souvenir package including the winemaker’s notes and recipes.

The ‘Lafite Wine Tasting Experience’ is currently available aboard Allure of the Seas, Oasis of the Seas, Independence of the Seas, Liberty of the Seas, Freedom of the Seas, Mariner of the Seas, Navigator of the Seas, Adventure of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas, Jewel of the Seas And Enchantment of the Seas.

Originally written by Natalie Aroyan for e-Travel Blackboard

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