The Allure stocks 150 different wines. It’s not recommended, but you could drink all day for seven days and never have a repeat.
Royal Caribbean offers wines and beers from all over the world, as well as mixed drinks, juices, and soda. Even though every bar has a special drink menu, most of them will happily serve you any drink you like – if you ask nicely. Young adults under 21 will not get any alcoholic beverages (sorry, kids).
The Allure of the Seas has a large selection of wine –150 in total – as well as champagne and beer. Beer costs from $4.25 for a Miller Lite to $19.95 for a 3/4 liter Chimay from Belgium. The price range for wine and champagne is a little wider, since you can get a glass of red wine for $6 up to a bottle of wine for as much as $500.
All the classic beach and pool drinks are here, complete with little umbrellas. From frozen drinks like mud slides and the “Royal Ritas,” to martinis, cocktails, iced teas, and long drinks, the Allure offers a lot of options. Prices for mixed drinks start at $6 and go up to about $10.
Royal Caribbean offers four drink packages on its ships. The soda fountain package for an adult is $6 per day, kids (under 18) pay $4. There are three juice packages:
- 6 bottles of juice for $20.15
- 8 bottles for $25.25
- 12 bottles for $35.55
The water packages include:
- 8 bottles for $28.45
- 12 bottles for $40.30
- 16 bottles for $50.55
- 24 bottles for $71.10.
There are also some rather jauntily named wine packages.
The Allure of the Seas offers non-alcoholic beverages all over the ship, including soda, iced teas, and juices.
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