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Casinos Onboard Royal Caribbean Ships

Royal Caribbean has been upping the ante on cruise vacations for over 50 years. From building the biggest ships in the world with record-breaking thrills and the fastest internet at sea — to redefining beach days at their private destinations.

Each day brings new things to do, see and explore onboard. Like transformative venues, Tony Award®-winning Broadway productions, expansive accommodations, and a world of flavors from Italy to Wonderland.

And by night, Casino Royale is a slice of Vegas right at sea — with thousands of square feet of lights, action, slots and tables. And no matter how you play, it’s a win-win with competitive promotions, thrilling tournaments, and a rich rewards program.

Go all-in on moment-maxing with the cruise line voted Best Overall and get your next big payout in paradise.

The smallest casino in the Royal Caribbean fleet is Quantum of the Seas with 85 slot machines and 40 table games.
The largest Royal Caribbean casino is Oasis of the Seas with 500 slot machines and 27 table games.

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How To Earn Points On Board

Club Royale

• Club Royale Rewards benefits are based on a Member’s expenditures for gaming play at participating Club Royale casinos with presentation or use of a Member’s Club Royale Account number. No Tier Credits or Club Royale Points are earned on free play or promotional offers.

• To ensure proper recording of Club Royale balances including, but not limited to, Tier Credits and Club Royale Points for gaming activity, each Member is responsible for properly inserting his/her SeaPass Card (which contains a link to the Member’s Club Royale account number) into a slot machine prior to play.

• To ensure proper recording of Club Royale balances including, but not limited to, Tier Credits table game activity, Members must present their SeaPass Card (which contains a link to the Member’s Club Royale account number) to a table games pit supervisor prior to table games play. Members must satisfy minimum betting requirements to earn Points, Tier Credits and other benefits for table games. Please see a table games pit supervisor onboard the Royal Caribbean International vessel for such assistance.

• A Member may not accrue Club Royale balances including, but not limited to, Tier Credits and Club Royale Points, “comps” or any other membership benefits if his/her Club Royale account number is used by another individual.

Tiers
4
Highest Tier
Masters
Points For Highest Tier
100,000.00
Slot $ In Per Point
$5.00

mushky1986

Good casino. Lots of new and fun slots
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corin_sanchez

The food and service were great but little entertainment
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V.white1

Great ships, staff and food. A very enjoyable cruise.
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mushky1986

Good casino. Lots of new and fun slots
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corin_sanchez

The food and service were great but little entertainment
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V.white1

Great ships, staff and food. A very enjoyable cruise.
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Douglas Broughman

Mariner of the Seas

Mariner of the Seas November 2022
I am a slots player and on this cruise I found the slot machines to be very tight. The one exception was "Hot Stuff" machines. The casino was a fun atmosphere and there were lots of players but very very few winners.
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jglass3919

Nice Ship, but...
I had an expectation that Royal Caribbean was higher class brand than Carnival, but... I was a bit disappointed. The food tasted pre-packaged/frozen, even in the main dining room. The main dining room never served lobster, and the NY Strip was small and just ok. Drinks were $15, and Cokes were $5. The Main Dining Room service was horrible. Service on average took an hour and a half to complete our meal, and the waiters never did anything other than bring our food out. They didn't remember names or preferences. I ate one meal without anything to drink. I spoke to the head waiter the day before the last day... and service improved tremendously... but, it was too little too late. In all, the crew was just as friendly as any ship I've been on... The smoking policy was liberal and you could smoke in the casino. No Masks or Weird Covid Rules. The shows were not very entertaining... The dancers were very professional, and the choreography was amazing. But, the composition of the shows was lacking and the singers were mediocre. Our port of call in Costa Maya was only about 4 hours (starting at 1PM)... and the ship changed their time for the timezone, which was confusing. We almost missed the boat at both port of calls. They also had no food available after 1:30PM... Surprisingly, my kids had a blast with the Ocean Adventure, and after discovering it... that is all they wanted to do. Since the cruise was comped and the casino was not tight, we would cruise on the ship again (with lower expectations).
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Christopher

A nice mix of old and new slots
We loved the ship! For 20+ years old, it was in excellent shape. The crew was wonderful. We enjoyed the casino which offered a good variety of old and new slots. The air filtration system worked exceptionally well so smoke was never an issue, if you are a non-smoker. The slot areas were pretty "snug" and could be a little too crowded. The minimum bet on multi-hand video poker was $.25, which kept me from playing as much as I liked.
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