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SUITE CLASS


ABOVE: Grand Loft Suite and, previous page, Ultimate Family Suite, both on Spectrum of the Seas


a sweeping alfresco deck dotted with cushioned sofas. Located at the front of the ship with 270-degree views of the ocean, it’s the most peaceful place on board. Meanwhile, Silver Suite guests have access to Silver Dining (Golden guests are able to use both). Food here is buffet-style, with lavish arrangements of lobster and crab embellished with caviar and roe; huge cuts of hand-carved roast beef; and a whole stand dedicated to cured meats and cheeses. Food displays border on over-the-top and don’t always hit the mark, but the sheer array of food on offer mi>nà ÞoÕ½ll >lÜ>Þà wn` ÃomiÌhin} ÞoÕ liki° On the other side of the restaurant is a private solarium – a leafy oasis with mini pools (one of which features a hoist for less-mobile guests), comfy loungers and a well-stocked bar, with the sounds of lapping waves playing through its speakers.


The best of the rest


But to hole yourself up in the Suite Club for the entirety of the trip would be to do yourself a disservice. From rock climbing to Ripcord by iFly (simulated skydiving) and all


the dodgems, laser tag, archery and virtual reality trampolining in between, the wealth of activities and experiences on board Spectrum is impressive. The choice means a multigenerational family would have ample options to keep all age ranges happy. And the fun doesn’t stop after dark. Þ ni}hÌ] mÞ ÛiÃion Ü>à wlli` ÜiÌh Ìhi bright lights of Broadway thanks to Royal’s enchanting new shows The Silk Road, Showgirls and The Effectors. Outside of the Suite Club, speciality food options are vast and include Sichuan Red; Teppanyaki; and traditional tearoom Leaf and Bean. Ƃà hi>`i` Ìo Ìhi ë> on mÞ wn>l


morning – a dreamy Elemis facial calling mÞ n>mi q Ã>Ü >Àm> voÀ Ìhi wn>l Ìimi° “Good morning, Miss Erica!” he beamed. “Do you have everything you need?” For the third morning in a row, I realised I did. A happy cruiser indeed.


BOOK IT: Suites on a seven-night Best of Japan sailing round-trip from Shanghai on Spectrum of


the Seas start from £1,605 on a cruise-only basis. CRUISINGPOWER.COM


92 ASPIRE NOVEMBER 2019


aspiretravelclub.co.uk


CREDITS: KID@HOGOOO.CN


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