About Royal Caribbean’s Gaming
Royal Caribbean considers their Casino Royale to be a little bit of Vegas, a little bit of Monte Carlo and a lot of Royal Caribbean fun. There are games for all levels of players. There are onboard lessons for novice players and tournaments for the more advanced.
Every one of the cruise ships features an exciting casino, packed with eclectic artwork, all types of table games, slot machines, and much, much more.
Royal Caribbean casinos feature: Blackjack, Roulette, 3-Card Poker, Texas Hold’Em, Caribbean Stud Poker, Let It Ride, Craps and Slot Machines.
Try your luck in one of the Blackjack, Texas Hold 'Em or Slots tournaments offered on most cruises. Entry fee is $25* USD for the Blackjack and Slots tournaments, and $50 USD for the Texas Hold 'Em tournament. See the casino cashier on your ship for information on entering the tournaments.
How does Club Royale work? Easy. Both slot and table players are invited to become members by the Casino Managers onboard based on their level of play during the cruise.
Club Royale offers qualified members exclusive rewards including complimentary drinks and discounts toward their next cruise vacation. Members will also receive invitations to join Royal Caribbean on VIP Casino Cruises to exotic destinations such as Hawaii and Scandinavia, and invitations to play in the private Club Royale Invitational Tournaments.*
Are you a player?
If so, you may qualify for Club Royale's up-front casino comps on Royal Caribbean ships.
Just complete the Up-front Cruise Discount form and you'll be notified if you qualify for a discount off a future cruise, and for how much. Please let your casino hosts know that one of the Club Royale hosts will be contacting them for your recent play. Also, please allow five business days for Royal Caribbean to confirm your play and get back to you. (Offer does not apply to previously booked staterooms.)
*All tournaments are by invitation only. Invitations are extended to currently enrolled Club Royale members depending on level of play.
During your cruise, any purchases you make onboard are simply charged to your SeaPass Account. One of the exceptions, however, is in the casinos, where you can use other currencies in addition to your SeaPass Card.
All onboard casinos accept the following currencies:
Personal checks (2 per guest, per voyage, not to exceed $450 USD)
All types of credit cards
Your SeaPass card can be used in the casino for up to $2,000 per guest, per day for gaming use. For cash accounts your card can be used in the casino for up to $100 per guest, per day. Fees may apply.