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The Brand New Surfside Neighborhood on Icon of the Seas

Icon of the Seas - Surfside

The latest addition to Royal Caribbean's fleet, the brand-new ship, Icon of the Seas, has unveiled a special neighborhood tailored for families: Surfside. This vibrant new area takes the place of the Boardwalk found on Oasis class ships while preserving the cherished carousel for guests to enjoy. You can find Surfside on the aft of the ship with great views of the seas.

Surfside elevates its pool game with a splash play area sure to be a hit with younger audiences.  Parents can soak up the sun in the infinity pool while keeping an eye on the young ones.  Kids needing a break from the pool can also find an arcade and a dry slide to keep entertained.  Royal Caribbean provides a plethora of kids' programs during the day, including activities like face painting and silent DJ parties. While the neighborhood might face challenges in keeping older kids engaged, the addition of new eateries aims to captivate their interest.

Surfside Eatery is a brand-new dining option that caters to even the pickiest of eaters.  Served buffet style, kids can delight in options such as hot dogs topped with mac n cheese, animal shaped chicken nuggets, and an ice cream bar with an array of toppings.  For kids on the go, Surfside Bites offers items like churros, French fries, popcorn chicken and fruit skewers. Both of these dining options are included in the cost of the cruise fare.

For adults who like a more leisurely paced meal, Pier 7 is another great option found in the Surfside neighborhood. This eatery has an all-day brunch menu and an a la carte menu for adults.  Not feeling like brunch? Try the fish tacos or the California burger.  Kids under 12 eat free here.

Menu - Lemon Post Bar

Feeling thirsty? Surfside even offers new ways to quench your thirst.  The Lemon Post bar offers "Mommy and Me" drinks with an adult cocktail for the parents and mocktails for the kids.

Surfside emerges as an exceptional new neighborhood tailored for young families, boasting a thoughtfully crafted space where kids can delve into a myriad of entertainment and culinary delights. Even older kids (and perhaps even adults?) will find themselves drawn to the tempting array of food offerings. 

Lauren Shields - Travel Advisor


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