Royal Caribbean International has unveiled over 15 bars and night spots
on board Icon of the Seas, which will set sail in January 2024.
ship will welcome new venues such as Lou's Jazz 'n Blues, featuring
live performances of soulful classics and jazz pop tunes; and Dueling
Pianos, the first-ever duelling pianos bar on a Royal Caribbean vessel.
The 1400 Lobby Bar offers a mix of daytime and evening sips developed
with renowned mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim, while Bubbles is another new
walk-up champagne window offering glasses mimosas, prosecco, Bellini,
and bottles of bubbly that are on tap all day.
The ship's elevated lounge, The Overlook and the Overlook Pods, are
where guests lounge with a drink, play classic board games, and kick
back to live music.
The ship also features Rye & Bean, a cosy cafe with ocean views
by day and a bar by night with views of entertainment in the
Returning favourites include Boleros, a lively club that brings the
heat with Latin flavour; Music Hall, where guests can rock out to the
house tribute band, and The Attic, a venue inspired by Manhattan's dark
and intimate comedy clubs with adults-only live shows. Other favourites
include Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade and Spotlight Karaoke.
"We've set out to introduce a new kind of vacation in every sense and
taken a blank slate to create an unparalleled blend of ways vacationers
can celebrate and make memories whatever their mood, vibe, and style,"
said Linken D'Souza, vice president, food and beverage, Royal Caribbean
International. "There's something for everyone to make the most of their
nights out on Icon of the Seas."