Complete Icon Ship Tour | ALL Neighborhoods and Public Venues on Icon of the Seas!

Complete Icon Ship Tour | ALL Neighborhoods and Public Venues on Icon of the Seas!

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We are back from one of the first cruises on @RoyalCaribbean Icon of the Seas. The world’s largest ship encompasses 20 decks and contains 8 neighborhoods. Our exclusive Icon of the Seas ship tour covers every square inch of this brand-new mega-ship to ensure your next cruise is smooth sailing.

So, let’s dive into our Icon ship tour!

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0:00 Introduction
1:22The Royal Promenade
21:00 Chill Island
29:40 Thrill Island
35:55 The Hideaway
37:55 AquaDome
45:36 Surfside
51:40 Central Park
58:00 Kids Areas
59:43 Suite Neighborhood

In our Icon of the Seas tour, we cover all the neighborhoods on this massive ship. That is right, this ship tour of Icon of the Seas showcases all of the public spaces, including those not accessible to all guests.

We start the Icon of the Seas ship tour with the one neighborhood everyone encounters when first stepping onboard the ship, the Royal Promenade. This Royal Promenade is 30% larger than the Oasis class, making it more open and spacious. It contains bars, restaurants, and entertainment spaces, including the theater and the new ice rink, Absolute Zero.

We take our Icon ship tour up to the outdoor decks. At the center of the ship is Chill Island. This contains three distinct pool areas, differentiating the vessels from other pool decks. At the aft is the new Thrill Island. This enhanced sports deck is home to Category 6 water park and the Crown's Edge attractions.

For the adults, there is the Hideaway. During our sailing on Icon of the Seas, this smaller pool deck was popular with a bar and the first suspended infinity pool at sea.

Heading back to the front of the ship during our Icon ship tour is the AquaDome. This is home to the relocated Aquatheater and a new take on the solarium, the Overlook.

Families with little kids will want to visit Surfside on this Icon of the Seas ship tour. This revamped outdoor space replaces the Boardwalk and includes family-friendly dining, the Splashaway Bay and Baby Bay, and yet another pool on the water's edge.

One venue that remains the same but has had several upgrades is Central Park. This is one of our favorite spaces on Icon of the Seas tour. During our ship tour of this mega-ship, we visited the restaurants and bars here, including the new Izumi in the Park sushi take-out window.

The kids ' areas are connected to both Surfside and the Royal Promenade, including Adventure Ocean and Social 020 for teens 13 to 17. Of course, we showcase them in our Icon of the Seas ship tour.

Finally, our Icon ship tour wouldn't be complete without a visit to the Suite Neighborhood. This is reserved for those staying in suites, and it is located all the way forward on decks 15 through 19.


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