"Indulge yourself on Rhapsody of the Seas; 11 decks of activity, entertainment, dining and stylish accommodation."
Sprawling under more than two acres of glass canopies, skylights and floor-to-ceiling windows, Rhapsody is a light and airy ship that offers fabulous views.
Burn off energy at the rock climbing wall, fitness centre or one of the pools. Send an e-postcard from the internet cafe, relax in the whirlpool or indulge in a treatment in the spa. After sundown, Rhapsody of the Seas offers a selection of dining options from fine dining to casual dining, themed bars, a theatre and a casino.
Whether you’ve had a full-on day sightseeing or a laid-back day in the sun, it’s good to know you’ve somewhere relaxing to come back to; somewhere you can recharge and refresh in private. That’s why all the staterooms on board Rhapsody of the Seas are designed with your comfort in mind. Wonderfully airy and extremely well appointed, they are all tastefully decorated in soft, calming colours. There are four main categories of stateroom; once you’ve chosen a category you then select a specific room type depending on your needs.
- Two pools
- Fitness centre
- Beauty salon
- Climbing wall
- Jogging track
- Art gallery
- Kids zone
- Teen zone
Open almost around the clock, Windjammer Café offers a great range of dishes from salads to burgers, a carvery, a buffet and hot main dishes. For a cup of coffee and light snack head to the speciality coffee house Latte-tudes or for more formal dining, explore the culinary delights of the Main Dining Room. Enjoy gourmet cuisine and wine pairing in Chef's Table, Italian family favourite Giovanni's Table, and if the idea of grade-A cuts of steak and sumptuous desserts appeals, head to Chops Grille.
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