Oasis of the Seas Review
Royal Caribbean International
Cruises for Oasis of the Seas
- 7 Night Western Caribbean (Ft. Lauderdale roundtrip) March 15, 2014
- 7 Night Western Caribbean (Ft. Lauderdale Roundtrip) March 15, 2014
- 7 Night Eastern Caribbean (Ft. Lauderdale roundtrip) March 22, 2014
- Price: $$$$
- Year Built: 2009
- Ship Size: XL
- Total Cabins: 2,704
- Pools: 4
How it Ranks: Oasis of the Seas ranks #1 out of 21 Royal Caribbean International Cruise Ships based on an analysis of expert and user ratings, as well as health ratings.
- #1 in Royal Caribbean International
- #3 in Best Cruises for Families
- #4 in Best Cruises the Mediterranean
- #5 in Best Affordable Cruises
The Oasis of the Seas is 220,000 tons and 16 decks high, boasts 2,700 staterooms and features seven distinct neighborhoods to explore. Book a two-story Crown Loft Suite with views from high above, enjoy a sumptuous meal at the Opus dining room, stroll the outdoor Central Park or stop by the Boardwalk to check out the carousel. With all the new amenities and old favorites found onboard, the Oasis of the Seas has much to offer cruisers.
Oasis of the Seas Cabins
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Oasis of the Seas Deck Plans
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Oasis of the Seas Traveler Reviews
Oasis of the Seas Spectacular
Traveler Type: Singles/Friends | Room Type: Balcony | Experience: 7+ cruises
Best vacation I have had in a long time. My balcony stateroom was overlooking the Boardwalk with views of the ocean - i never wanted to leave my cabin. Breakfast in privacy in my stateroom was very relaxing. I only dined at the Windjammer buffet and I was never disappointed. My cabin steward Dexter was so nice and provided me plenty of privacy. All the staff had smiles and greeted me everytime. The entertainment was wonderful and I was able to watch all the water shows from my balcony. So much to do I coudn't do it all. I zip lined, ate donuts, pizza, ice cream, coctails, treadmill, vitality stretching, tv time, napping, sleeping late, laughing, entertained with ice shows/comedy/water show/musical, making new friends and totally relaxing. This is my 9th cruise and will be difficult to board a smaller ship - RCL spoiled me.
relaxing time was had by all!
Traveler Type: Couple | Room Type: Suite | Experience: 7+ cruises
Can't say enough about the service and quality of this cruise. The only thing we missed this time around was the little gifts that used to be left on our beds at night! We looked forward to the surprise at night. The other things we missed was the little booklets we used to get. Not being of the computer generation - we didn't realize that these were listed on our tv in our cabin. We do have another cruise booked for next year. After all the bad publicity of late we still look forward to it. It might be a good time to re-do the thoughts on those little gifts!
What more could a 13 year old want.
Traveler Type: Group | Room Type: Balcony | Experience: 4-6 cruises
The Voyager Club was fantastic. I met many friends from different countries and we did everything together, except for dinner with my family. We had great weather.
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