Last Updated on February 21, 2024
Royal Caribbean has some of the largest cruise ships in the world that can have 15 – 20 different places to get drinks while on board. Their offerings range from classics like a mojito to daiquiri to new takes on traditional cocktails, like a New Fashioned at the Schooner Bar.
Unlike other cruise lines, Royal Caribbean does provide their bar menus ahead of time, but only if you have a cruise booked. Once you add your reservation to your Royal Caribbean account, you can use the Royal Caribbean app to see all the bars available on your ship and their respective menus. However, for those who haven’t booked yet, or if you want an overview of everything in one place, we’ve gathered some of their menus.
Below you’ll find the drink menus for many of Royal Caribbean’s bars. For drinks offered at multiple venues, the prices are consistent (i.e., a Coors Light and the Lime and Coconut will cost the same as a Coors Light at Playmakers Sports Bar). When looking at prices, remember that Royal Caribbean automatically adds an 18% gratuity (tip) for any drink purchase.
For 2024, so far we’ve only seen a slight price in beers.
Royal Caribbean also offers an unlimited drink package called the “Deluxe Beverage Package.” If you want to see if it’s worth it to get the drink package, try our Drink Package Calculator.
Royal Caribbean Drink Menus
- Fleetwide Drink Menu
- Bamboo Room
- Boleros Bar Menu
- Cantina Fresca
- Casino Royale Bar Menu
- English Pub
- Hideaway Bar
- The Lemon Post
- Lou’s Jazz ‘N Blues
- Lime and Coconut Bar Menu
- Mason Jar Drink Menu
- Music Hall Drink Menu
- Playmakers Drink Menu
- Rye & Bean Bar
- Schooner Bar Drink Menu
- Swim and Tonic
- Trellis Bar Menu
- Vitality Spa Drink Menu
- Wonderland Drink Menu
Royal Caribbean Fleetwide Drink Menu
For the most part, Royal Caribbean has a pretty similar menu at each bar. They might have a few signature cocktails at a few of their bars, but the drinks below are mostly available through the ship. Individual liquor selection will vary per ship and bar.
Boleros Bar Menu
Boleros is a lively bar usually featuring live Latin-music in the evenings.
Bubbles is the walk-up champagne stand located in the Central Park neighborhood on Icon-class ships.
Cantina Fresca has fresh, Mexican-inspired cocktails available. It’s right next to El Loco Fresh on Wonder of the Seas and Icon of the Seas.
Casino Royale Bar Menu
Nearly every Royal Caribbean ship has an English Pub on board. The name is different on each ship, but it always uses the English tradition of combining two items (ie. Boot & Kettle, Compass & Crown, etc). The actual menu may differ for each pub, especially the beer selection, but here’s what you can expect.
Menu if from Mariner of the Seas January 2024
The Lime And Coconut Bar Menu
Menu is from Navigator of the Seas January 2024.
Icon of the Seas and Star of the Seas have frozen drink machines at one of the three Lime and Coconut bars onboard.
Lou’s Jazz ‘N Blues
Lous Jazz ‘N Blues is the new jazz club located in Central Park on Icon of the Seas.
Mason Jar Drink Menu
The Mason Jar is a new restaurant that’s available only on the Wonder of the Seas. They specialize in Southern food and cocktails. (These menus have not been updated with the Oct 2022 price increase, add $1 for cocktails and mixed drinks)
Music Hall Drink Menu
Music Hall is the massive, two-story performance space on most newer Royal Caribbean ships. This space is rocking each night with an amazing band. During the day, you’ll find activities and events in this space.
Playmakers Drink Menu
This menu was spotted on the Oasis of the Seas Sept 2023.
Rye and Bean Bar
Rye and Bean serves premium coffees and coffee inspired cocktails. It’s located in the AquaDome of the Icon of the Seas.
The Schooner Bar is a staple on nearly every Royal Caribbean ship. This nautically-themed bar is has a piano player throughout the day. The menu of the Schooner has been transitioning since the summer. Depending on the ship, you might see the old or the new menus.
Schooner Bar New Menu
Schooner Bar Old Menu
Swim & Tonic
Swim and Tonic is Royal Caribbean’s first swim-up bar at sea. It’s located exclusively on Icon of the Seas and Star of the Seas.
The Lemon Post
Located in the Surfside Neighborhood on Icon-class ships, The Lemon Post offers light and flavorful drinks along with kid-friendly mocktails.
The Trellis Bar is located in the Central Park neighborhood on Oasis-class ships.
Vitality Spa Drink Menu
Wonderland Drink Menu
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