The Freedom of the Seas built in 2006 from the Freedom's Class of ships with Royal Caribbean. It boasts 1817 staterooms to include more oceanview suites with a balcony than all other categories. Unique to the ship is the Promenade staterooms which overlook the Royal Promenade.
Updated entertainment aboard the ship include "The Dreamworks Experience", 3D theater poolside under the stars, the Britto Gallery, Cupcake Cupboard. The Freedom of the Seas still features FlowRider-Surf Simulator, climbing wall, ice-skating, Royal Promenade, whirlpools, mini golf course & H2) Water Park.
A stop in Nassau and Paradise.
Just a short day cruise to Nassau and Paradise Island offers travelers a weekend getaway. Upon arrival to the island, cruise ships coast along the 21 mile long New Providence.
Nassau and Paradise Island host history, culture mixed with modern amenities. Resorts, hotels, restaurants, shops, nightlife, and a golf course. Perhaps a simple ride around …
At first sight the exterior of Sandos Cancun seems like many of hotels in the region. It's small, and simple. Upon the front entrance, there are so many little surprises that the property offers. Sandos is a boutique hotel, a simple but elegant place to call home for a few days.
In March of 2010, Sandos purchased the Le Meridian Cancun in the heart of the Cancun hotel zone.
The Le Meridien was known for superior accommodations, a world-class spa facility, and great strategic location for the clientele. In the same tradition Sandos mantra was to continue to offer the same superior service levels and quality amenities that of the Le Meridien trademark.
The property has since been renamed Sandos Cancun. It sits on the blue waters of the Caribbean Sea, cascading pool, columns in tact, a short walk from the downtown nightlife, and shopping.
Refreshments upon arrival
This was the wedding & event planner who greeted us with a smile and graciously showed us t…