Empress of the Seas

Empress of the Seas

Overview

The Empress of the Seas was first launched in 1990 and underwent a $50 million renovation in 2016. This Sovereign Class ship sails across the Caribbean and Cuba. It features three types of suites and five different staterooms to choose from and has room for 1,602 guests.

Previously known as the Nordic Empress, the Empress of the Seas is a smaller ship, but still packed with amenities. Let Dunhill Travel Deals help you find the best price and deal on your sailing. We’ll search for great promotions and exclusive specials you won’t find anywhere else. 

Cabin Options

Empress of the Seas - Royal Suite

Royal Suite

Size: 587 sq. ft.

Occupancy: Sleeps up to 4 guests

Royal Suites offer more room and extra amenities for guests who want to travel in style. These 587 sq. ft. rooms feature double beds, private bathrooms with whirlpool tubs, and separate seating and living areas with refrigerator and wet bar.

Empress of the Seas - Owner's Suite

Owner's Suite

Size: 180 to 283 sq. ft.

Occupancy: Sleeps up to 4 guests

These suites offer private balconies, living space between 180 and 283 sq. ft., private bathrooms and also include two twin beds that convert to a queen.

Empress of the Seas - Junior Suite with Balcony Stateroom

Junior Suite with Balcony Stateroom

Size: 112 to 155 sq. ft.

Occupancy: Sleeps up to 4 guests

All Junior Suites include a small sitting area and private balcony. They also offer two twin beds that convert to a queen and 112 to 155 sq. ft. of living space.

Empress of the Seas - Ocean View

Ocean View

Size: 111 to 206 sq. ft.

Occupancy: Sleeps up to 4 guests

Ocean View Staterooms also feature two twin beds that convert to a queen, a vanity area, and a private bathroom. Rooms range from 111 to 206 sq. ft., and select staterooms have two Pullman beds.

Empress of the Seas - Interior Stateroom

Interior Stateroom

Size: 109 to 131 sq. ft.

Occupancy: Sleeps up to 4 guests

This standard stateroom features 109 to 131 sq. ft. of living space. They include two twin beds that convert to a queen, a vanity area, and a private bathroom. Some staterooms have two Pullman beds instead.

* Images shown may not reflect the actual cabin you'll be booking.

Entertainment & Activities

Boleros on Empress of the Seas

When you sail on the Empress of the Seas, you’ll be surprised by how many activities you can choose from.

Unwind with a relaxing treatment at the full-service spa, take a dip in the pool or one of the Jacuzzis, try your luck in the world-class Casino Royale, or sit back and enjoy the Sequins and Feathers Broadway-style show.

There are also 3 bars and lounges to visit with no cover fees, and, if you need to stay connected, use VOOM, the fastest Internet at Sea. 

Watch a movie at the the outdoor movie nights, get scuba certified, play a rousing game of ping pong, and learn to salsa at a Latin dance class.

Dining Options

With many complimentary dining options along with specialty restaurants, you can have a sumptuous meal while you sail through the Caribbean.

Chops Grille on Empress of the Seas

Included Dining

  • Starlight - Main dining room where you can enjoy complimentary meals throughout the day on your own schedule
  • Windjammer Cafe - Buffet including tastes of the world with global culinary dish options open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Specialty Dining

  • Chops Grille - Signature steakhouse serving premium cuts of steak in a casual upscale setting
  • Boleros Lounge serves authentic Cuban cuisine. You can dine on a delicious meal, sip your favorite cocktail, and dance the night away.
  • Chef’s Table - Sophisticated and intimate dining experience serving a 5-course meal with wines

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