1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2019
We sailed on the Oasis of the Seas on 30th June for a 7 night Med cruise, calling at Palma, Marseilles, La Spezia, Rome, and Naples. Boarding was in Barcelona and the ship is so large that it boards over two terminals. We were allocated ... Read More
We sailed on the Oasis of the Seas on 30th June for a 7 night Med cruise, calling at Palma, Marseilles, La Spezia, Rome, and Naples. Boarding was in Barcelona and the ship is so large that it boards over two terminals. We were allocated terminal C and after dropping off our cases we were on board the ship in less than 30 minutes from arriving at the terminal. Upon boarding, we were greeted with a glass of bubbly, which was a nice touch. As we were in an Aqua Suite, we headed up to the suite lounge, which is a calm oasis away from the hustle and bustle of boarding day. In the suite lounge, we were able to book a couple of shore excursions and signed up for a 3-night specialty dining package. One benefit of being in a suite is the use of the suite lounge which is open all day for snacks, drinks and table service in the Coastal Kitchen Restaurant which is incorporated into the lounge. We ate lunch in the Coastal Kitchen, which was delicious and then headed to our Aqua Suite no 14330. This was a very nice suite with a separate lounge and dining room and a bathroom with a full-sized bathtub. The balcony was split and to be honest I would have preferred one of the lower Aqua Suits with a wrap-around balcony. We did have some issues with a leak in our cabin, but the housekeeping and maintenance teams sorted that out very professionally. During the week the temperatures were very high, mainly around 30 degrees so it was quite tiring to walk anywhere off the ship. We stayed on board during the first two ports and enjoyed the ship. There is so much to see and do onboard, one review would not do it justice. Day 3 we took a tour which involved taking a ferry to a very picturesque island, the ferry took around half an hour to cross the bay but the walk from the ship to the ferry took longer, not an excursion for anyone with any walking difficulties. Next day we did an olive tasting tour, this I would highly recommend. A beautiful scenic drive through Tuscany and a visit to a farmhouse once owned by the brother of Napoleon, which today is an olive farm. At the last port of call, Naples, we walked off and not far from the port found a really nice restaurant and ate authentic Napali Pizza, just 4 Euro each for a large pizza. Whilst onboard there is so much entertainment going on, from Aqua SHows, Ice SHows, West End Style Theatre Shows, comedians and musicians as wella s Karaoke for those who like to entertain themselves. There are seven neighborhoods onboard the Oasis but we really liked Central Park and The Boardwalk. There is a vast choice of where to eat on board. You have of course Coastal Kitchen for Suite guests and the Windjammer buffet-style Restaurant, then for snacks, you have the Boardwalk Hot Dog Stand, Sorrentos Pizzaria, The Park Cafe and for Tapas you have Vintages Wine Bar. For dinner, you can choose the main dining room or plump for a specialty restaurant. You can choose from Izumi Japanese, Sabor Mexican, Choppes Grill Steakhouse, Giovanni's Table Italian or our favorite the 150 Central Park Bistro. All of these come with a supplement, but if you purchase a dining package you can get a good discount on the cover charges. I would have to say that the food on this cruise was about the best we have experienced on a cruise ship and the staff and service from every member of staff without exception was fantastic. We had the opportunity to meet the Captain and The Hotel Director and the ship, crew, food, and facilities are a credit to them. We had an awesome cruise holiday and can't wait to get back to what I think is our new favorite ship Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
Really nice, smooth sailing comfortable ship that was clean, well designed, well attended with excellent room / waiter service, two flow riders, a beautiful 8th floor central garden, rock climbing, zip line, too much entertainment for us ... Read More
Really nice, smooth sailing comfortable ship that was clean, well designed, well attended with excellent room / waiter service, two flow riders, a beautiful 8th floor central garden, rock climbing, zip line, too much entertainment for us to choose from all to outstanding sites with many options for excursions. We flew into Barcelona directly from Newark, cleared customs in Barcelona that was not as smooth as Rome last year but was reasonable (about 45 minutes) got our bags and took a flat rate cab of 39 euros from the airport to the cruise terminal. Got right on board without any hassle e.g. showed our passports, got our room cards and boarded the ship by noon. Went to lunch and got into our room when it was ready by 1 pm. Had a great first day doing zip liner and flow rider, went to first great dinner (always at Grande restaurant for dinner). Second day Mallorca island off the coast of Spain went on the Drach cave tour (really nice) - really tremendous to see. Next day went to Provences of South of France visiting St. Martin and Le Beaux after seeing luminere mine art beaming of Van Gough works. Villages of France trip was wonderful. Wife got lots of nice perfumes, we had some great cheese and wine, loved the villages that had really nice local shopping with a passionate outstanding guide. Next went to Florence on the museum tour - had lunch included on the excursion that was really good pasta (lasagna) / red wine (good table) / salad / tiramisu gelato for desert. Walked through all of Florence, saw a presentation on the quality of their gold (skipped the leather presentation for more gelato for the kids on our own), went to the museum with the highlight being the statue of David by Michelangelo (truly the best sculpture I have ever seen) - the marble just glistened! The rest of the museum we could get to was darn good too. We pretty much walked and were toured through the key central areas of Florence that was outstanding. Next we went into Rome using Royal Caribbean just for the bus in and out of Rome. We went to our favorite places in Rome to visit (favorite gelato / crepe place on Nationale), Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, walked all around experiencing Rome once again (such a beautiful city). Final cruise stop was one hour boat ride to Capri (where we had a traditional spinach ravioli lunch (B-) with wine (D), salad (F) and lemon cake (B) that was at best a over all solid C, then a short ride to Sorrento where we toured through -Sorrento I could go back to, never to Capri that is way over rated (Santorini in Greece is much better / similar island) followed by a short tour of Pompei. I was disappointed at Pompeii because Rome to me has similar albeit not as ancient ruins that are grander throughout the city (Coliseum, Pantheon) that were in part restored. That tour did too much and was a bit hurried because of the busy itinerary for us, but still a joy to experience. We went back to Barcelona after eating our final breakfast (all the food was very good (great at dinners) and there was so much choice with every meal that we expect on a cruise), left our week cruise to pick up a cab, go to a hotel, stay a day in Barcelona (went to Barceloneta beach and went to Sagrada Familiar Church (must see in Barcelona)) then woke up the next day, took a high speed train to Paris, stayed in a really nice quaint hotel for three nights, went to the Louvre, went up the Eiffel tower, had a grand time on our own before flying back to Newark directly from Paris. Just a fantastic vacation with everything being great with our foundation of the vacation being the cruise and most importantly the fantastic excursions in Spain, Italy and France! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
It’s a complete waste of time. The traffic is horrific. We sat in traffic for hours. Bus was hot as Hades. Basically paid for a 7 day cruise and spent a day sitting on the side of the cliff stopped for most of the day. Outrageous. We ... Read More
It’s a complete waste of time. The traffic is horrific. We sat in traffic for hours. Bus was hot as Hades. Basically paid for a 7 day cruise and spent a day sitting on the side of the cliff stopped for most of the day. Outrageous. We booked the Roman walking tour that ended with entering the Colosseum from the gladiator enterence. It was astounding. Well worth the expensive cost. The ship is wonderful, given the number of people it holds, we were expecting Disney type lines. We could not have been more wrong. The ship is huge and there is so much to do that people are spread everywhere. MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY, as soon as you book your cruise. The Aqua Show was amazing as was the magic show - Hector is Magic. The food in the free dining is so/so. However, we are from south Louisiana and are use to awesome cooking. Chops grill is highly recommended. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
I chose this cruise because I wanted to experience Europe and to feel safe and grounded while doing that. Maybe I would choose a cruise with less port intense agenda. Getting out every morning and walking for hours on end was too labor ... Read More
I chose this cruise because I wanted to experience Europe and to feel safe and grounded while doing that. Maybe I would choose a cruise with less port intense agenda. Getting out every morning and walking for hours on end was too labor intensive for me, but it was still wonderful! Dining was a highlight of my day. I did dinner every evening in the main dining room. It was fun and I looked forward to seeing our waiters and our table mates each evening. I was quite disappointed to learn that surf and turf night is now a thing of the past! I could order lobster if I paid a $29.99 surcharge. Dinners were good but there was not as much variety as I was accustomed to. Majority of the items were offered daily. There would be 1 or 2 new items added per day, but most of the menu remained the same. I booked an ocean view cabin which I would have loved - except the weather did not cooperate. It was cold every day and wet & cold most evenings, so we couldn’t enjoy it at all! The cabin itself was comfortable, spacious and efficient. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
We chose this cruise based on history with RCL and the itinerary - Spain, France and Italy in one week! It was a great cruise, a little chilly since it was not that hot in late May and no real pool time aboard the ship - lots of hot tub ... Read More
We chose this cruise based on history with RCL and the itinerary - Spain, France and Italy in one week! It was a great cruise, a little chilly since it was not that hot in late May and no real pool time aboard the ship - lots of hot tub time at night after daily port stops and lots of walking! Oasis is a great ship, our first time aboard but we had been on other Oasis ships before - only disappointment was the Cats Broadway show - just not a good show for the cruise audience - loved other productions on RCL before, especially Mama Mia! Love all the activities and the food was very good. We used MyTime dining and with different port departure times each day it made it easy set our group dining time at a different time each night. Mini golf, zip line, daily trivia and flow rider were very popular activities for the five kids with us. The Harry Potter trivia game was fantastic, held by assistant Cruise Director Prince who wore his Harry Potter cloak and held the contest in the Blaze nightclub. Our favorite onboard shows were the Aqua theater show and the Fly Away show by the entertainment team- both great shows that everyone enjoyed. One complaint was that for those of us who had cruised RCCL before was that we all used the RC onboard app and had planned to rely on that heavily for onboard messaging - only to find out that while RCL has this on Allure of the Seas and other ships, it was not available on Oasis. That is a great feature to use the ship WiFi without buying the internet package to stay connected- hope RCL gets that on all ships soon! Final night we had a mix up with booking tickets for the behind the scenes tour of the ship, and the RCL staff stepped in and fixed the issue when the tour was overbooked and offered us dinner at the Italian Restaurant on the house - our best meal of the trip by far! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2019
Our cruise was excellent. The Oasis of the Seas is in excellent conditions and the ship is wonderful. The route in the Mediterranean is great and the port of calls are excellent. But Royal Caribbean has some issues that are not too good. ... Read More
Our cruise was excellent. The Oasis of the Seas is in excellent conditions and the ship is wonderful. The route in the Mediterranean is great and the port of calls are excellent. But Royal Caribbean has some issues that are not too good. The food and service in the main dining rooms are not the best to say the least. If you do not go to the specialty restaurants paying extra you will not find good food and service. The specialty restaurants are excellent but at an extra cost. It seems that the only good food is the one you have to pay extra. And as always the coordination and handling of the tours is very annoying and not easy for passengers. Staff is very professional and helpful. The ship is big with a lot of people but is not a hassle. The ship has a lot of interesting attractions. Embarkation and departure of the ship was very swift and easy. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2019
Package was a very good deal.. This was our first cruise and it would definitely entice us to go again. So much to do and see. The music being played in central park was so nice when we were relaxing on our balcony. Every night we had a ... Read More
Package was a very good deal.. This was our first cruise and it would definitely entice us to go again. So much to do and see. The music being played in central park was so nice when we were relaxing on our balcony. Every night we had a different towel arrangement on our bed. Pranav and Tarin were our waiters for dinner a couple of nights and they couldn't do enough for us. They made our evening so enjoyable and fun. We requested them on our last night so we knew we would leave on a high. I would recommend you ask for them to have a bit of craic. The singer in The Globe and The Atlas was so nice he made us feel at home. The staff were great and definitely suited to there roles. The whole ship was an amazing experience and the entertainment was non stop. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: September 2014
We used the opportunity of Oasis being in Europe for some days before going on dock in Rotterdam. Overall very impressive, most things said by other people, just to add: - sometimes you miss the feeling of being on a ship. E.g. all ... Read More
We used the opportunity of Oasis being in Europe for some days before going on dock in Rotterdam. Overall very impressive, most things said by other people, just to add: - sometimes you miss the feeling of being on a ship. E.g. all restaurants (besides Windjammer) facing inside the ship. While having a brilliant steak at Chops Grille you look out on bushes and trees of central park. - Windjammer Marketplace was too crowded all the time. We tried several times to go there but found always a long queue. And I hate queueing!!! We were told by other guests that there were announcements within Windjammer to make space for following guests - so hurry up while eating????! - we ended up in Chops Grille / IZUMI / Seafood shack.... all of them offer delicious food but you have to pay extra (And by the way, we do not like the main dining room on Royal Caribbean Ships - too big too crowded too much conversation with other guests and waiters) Nevertheless it was astonishing that there is plenty of space on the ship - even on days at sea (if you don't mind the wind go to the sun deck on deck 14 - lots of space!). We had a good time, but prefer smaller ships for future cruises Read Less
Sail Date: September 2014
Review OA in Europe Oasis was coming to Europe. And we had to book it! It really didn’t matter where the ship was going to, we had to be on it! So we booked the day it went on sale in the UK in April 2013 and then had 17 months to wait ... Read More
Review OA in Europe Oasis was coming to Europe. And we had to book it! It really didn’t matter where the ship was going to, we had to be on it! So we booked the day it went on sale in the UK in April 2013 and then had 17 months to wait and plan…. We flew out to Barcelona the day before and spent one night in the Acevi Villaroel which is a nice little hotel with a small pool, around 10 minutes’ walk from Placa Catalunya. We had drinks at the rooftop bar at Hotel 1898 and then a very good dinner at a restaurant called Teller de Tapas in the Ramblas. Recommended. The next day it was up early and in a taxi to the port. So excited to see Lady O for the first time and she did not disappoint. In fact she was actually berthed at 2 of the terminals in Barcelona and in the run up to the cruise we had received several mailers to advise us. If you were in an Aft cabin you went to Terminal B and if you were at the front you went to Terminal A. As we approached the cruise terminals there were banners hanging from the lampposts reminding you to know which one you were heading for. Cab drivers were stopped and given a card with A or B on it so they were only allowed into the correct terminal..It really was very well organised indeed. Check-in and boarding was possibly the swiftest we have ever known and we were on board by 11.15. Overwhelming, stunning, impressive, how on earth does she float and move….. I think we ran out of superlatives to describe her. But most importantly our reoccurring thoughts were “how on earth do they hide 5000 people” as we had been most concerned by crowding issues. Especially as our most recent cruises have been with Azamara! The organisation and the flow of people throughout the ship was amazing. OK it was a little crowded on the RP for 70s night and in the Solarium for the Vodka party but you would expect that! We had a Boardwalk balcony on deck 11 and it appears that the cruisers of Europe are not aware of the Secret Balconies as we had it pretty much to ourselves for the duration. It is such a shame that these are being turned into cabins during her dry dock, so we feel really lucky to have experienced it. We had pre-booked 3 restaurants, and we got $30 OBC for this, and we had also pre-booked all the shows we wanted to see (despite being told by the Guatemala office that pre-booking shows no longer happens on Oasis and you book on board…). .However we never actually went to any show at the time we booked, we just went at different times, we were never checked at entry so I’m not really sure about the point and pressure to prebook. As Diamond members we enjoyed the services of the charming Ed in the DL. The DL is going to change to a location in the Dining room, which is another shame as it was nice to sit out under the umbrellas and watching the action below on the RP. The new DL will have sea views though. We noticed that the Diamond gift has also been changed from the cellophane wrapped gift box to a simple 2.5oz packet of Butter Shortbread Cookies. Perhaps an economy drive, but we did bring the packet of cookies home with us whereas we never opened or sampled anything in the cellophane wrapped box. The internet options were annoying in so much as we had a credit of $29.95pp but there was no plan to that value so you either bought a cheaper plan at $19.95 or lost the rest. I got 60 minutes for $29.95. There was an unlimited plan for the 5n voyage for $99.95. Other niggles we found were, that despite requesting our bill to be settled in $ and despite highlighting this option on the SetSail pass in bright dayglo orange, they seem to have missed this and we were invoiced in GBP. We also had issues with the photos – where we requested one to be printed and it was not of us! When I took it to the desk the lady said ‘are you sure this isn’t you’! Doh…..So that didn’t work very well! There is obviously no one proof reading the Cruise Compass as there were some glaring errors – such as the port being listed as ‘Barcelona, Spain, Florida’…..and announcing that you can see a show again on Saturday. Very nice to know but we got off on Thursday. It is little things like this which need a little more attention to detail. That aside, the cruise itself was fabulous. We were impressed, we thought the quality and variety of food offerings on board were excellent. We had lunch at Giovannis when we boarded, which is a good tip picked up on CC. This costs $15pp at lunch; and then had a light tasty Tapas meal in Vintages that night. This only cost around $15 for both of us as we had a few dishes and they are very reasonably priced at $3 -£4 each. We had a wonderful meal in 150 Central Park ($40pp) where the chocolate desert was the best I have ever tasted, and we also enjoyed the Seafood Shack (we don’t have anything like that in England). We also dined in Izumi which has ALC pricing and this came out at around $45. We also ate dinner at Chops; the menu has changed, it has been cut back, and despite having a $35pp cover charge, the were additional steaks at a further supplement, and the size of the fillet steak has shrunk from 8oz to 6oz….You no longer get the lovely basket of various breads and dips; now it is a prezel bread and some rather nasty fishy tasting butter. This was the most disappointing meal IMO. I am also aware that we paid for every dinner on board as a supplement and did not dine in the MDR; and this is because we were trying to sample as much as possible in the 5 short nights. We would never be this extravagant usually! That said, most venues were empty. Perhaps the Europeans begrudge paying extra on top of their cruise fare?! One lunch we sampled the Solarium Café which we found a little bland and disappointing (so much so that I have now cancelled our reservation for dinner there when we sail on Quantum). We got our burgers at Johnny Rockets, and also we had lunch at the Park Café but sadly never tried the famous roast beef sandwiches; we had breakfast there a few times, and also had breakfast at the Wipe Out Café where you can get eggs/omelettes to order. We only ate in the MDR once and this was at the Dreamworks Character Breakfast. There were not many children on board so I think this event was a bit ‘flat’…..and I think that now they charge $10pp for this experience it is not worth it. We were also impressed with the décor and art on board, and several little features reminded us of the Solstice class of ships which we love, such as the bathroom layout, the little leg shaver bar, and the dim lights in the bathroom. We had the drinks package and found the choice of wines and cocktails to be better than we expected. I was amazed that drinks like frozen berry margaritas were included We had planned our activities on board, we even had a spreadsheet to follow….after all, it is hard to fit in 24 bars in 5 days (but we did try…). We thought the shows were very impressive, perhaps some of the best we have ever seen on a cruise. The Oasis of Dreams was amazing viewed from ‘above’ from the secret balcony and we just loved Come Fly With Me. But it was only a 5 night cruise and there was so much we never did, we did not drink in Boleros or the Schooner Bar. We did not get to the Comedy Club, the Jazz Bar, we did not watch the Ice Show, we never set foot in the WindJammer…heck, we will just have go on again…! Disembarkation was equally smooth. We had arranged to leave our luggage with DW Consigna. Their stall was right outside the terminal and for €10 per bag they took our luggage and delivered it to us at the airport 10 hours later. An excellent service. We caught the Blue Bus over the bridge for €2pp and then had a very enjoyable day walking around Barcelona. We had drinks at the impressive W Hotel, a wonderful Tapas lunch on the beach, then we walked back via the old town to catch the airport bus for €5.90pp back to the airport. In summary. Excellent, Overwhelming, Stunning and Impressive!   Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: September 2014
Firstly, I would say that I am not easy to please. I'm not particularly proud of this fact but it's important to know when reading this review. So, here we go:- This ship is amazing, we had a fantastic time. Yes, the show times ... Read More
Firstly, I would say that I am not easy to please. I'm not particularly proud of this fact but it's important to know when reading this review. So, here we go:- This ship is amazing, we had a fantastic time. Yes, the show times changed but they did give you plenty of warning and you could easily re-book them. The main production was Hairspray which was absolutely fantastic. I have seen many West End productions and this was easily as good, if not better, than many. The Aqua Theatre was amazing. We saw the main production and then the 'comedy' production, both of which were fantastic. Costume changes and other small touches that made all the difference from being a good to a spectacular show. Exactly the same comments apply to the Ice show which was also spectacular and a feat to put on. We had a cabin overlooking Central Park. Before embarking, I was a little dubious thinking there may be a few trees and plants but nothing overly special. I was completely wrong it was done amazingly well with all the plants and tree together with the restaurants and cafes which really did give it a 'Park' feel. Sounds ridiculous but it's true. The promenade was also amazing. We ate at all most of the speciality restaurants and really enjoyed them. Vintages was a fantastic find with a wine list to die for!! I could go on but I think you get the drift. If you want to escape from reality for a few days, this is the ship for you! Have fun!! Read Less
Sail Date: September 2014
I've been on the Allure of the Seas 3 times before my first trip on the Oasis of the Seas, so it was nice to see what differences there were on the Oasis. I am writing a pictorial review on ... Read More
I've been on the Allure of the Seas 3 times before my first trip on the Oasis of the Seas, so it was nice to see what differences there were on the Oasis. I am writing a pictorial review on http://cruiseforums.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?p=44201225 which goes into more detail of what I did day to day. My overall experience on the Oasis of the Seas was good. Because of the short trip, I didn't expect an exceptional service, but just the basics. I barely saw my stateroom attendant during the week, but he was helpful when required. Dinner service was ok, but this is something I have experienced 3 times on the Allure of the Seas, so wasn't expecting a lot. I am starting to take the hint that the "Recommendation of what to eat" was pretty much rehearsed and not something that the table waiters would really recommend. I could be wrong, but it's no big deal. There were a couple of days of rough seas around Italy, but nothing serious. It took me 3 days after the cruise for me to get used to being on land again. Overall my experience on the cruise was good. The 2 excursions I took were ok (Olive Oil tasting in Rome and a visit to Capri, Sorrento and Pompeii). I will probably revisit Capri, Sorrento and Pompeii outside a cruise to spend more time there and explore the area fully. The cruise director was ok (Drew). Reminded me of Joey from Friends, but without the personality. I would probably need to experience him as CD again before I can change my mind. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2014
We sailed on the Oasis of the Seas on a 7 night (Med / Netherlands) cruise starting from Barcelona on 23 September. This is our fourth cruise with RC on smaller ships and there is no doubt that this ship has the wow factor - it certainly ... Read More
We sailed on the Oasis of the Seas on a 7 night (Med / Netherlands) cruise starting from Barcelona on 23 September. This is our fourth cruise with RC on smaller ships and there is no doubt that this ship has the wow factor - it certainly creates quite a stir, as we were greeted by large crowds and local press at various ports. As usual with RC the checking in (and out) was smooth and we found our ocean view balcony cabin (12608 aft) to be clean and spacious with plenty of wardrobe space and hangers. A number of people we spoke to agree that the entertainment on this ship is very good and we particularly enjoyed the comedy club which is strictly for adults. Our cabin attendant Camilla was fabulous as was the Champagne bar attendant, however generally we found the staff on the ship not as friendly as those on other RC cruises, albeit they were efficient and professional. We ate in various places and the Chops Grille remains our favourite speciality restaurant. We were however surprised that the Windjammer on this ship was no bigger than the smaller ships and the food selection not as varied…it's also the first time we have had to queue on an RC ship which does seem rather odd considering it's one of their biggest ships. The overcrowding issue also applied to the upper decks as it was not always easy to find a sun lounger which did create tension amongst certain guests when trying to make an early morning claim via placing their towel on a sun lounger but unaware that staff will remove the towel after 30 minutes if the lounger remains unoccupied. We went on a morning trip to Marbella and Puerto Banus which we enjoyed and did our own thing when we docked at Vigo, which is well worth a visit as we didn't realise how big the city is. Overall, we had a lovely time however, it felt as if there was about 1,000 too many people on this ship and therefore didn't meet our expectations in full, but we would sail again on the Oasis.   Read Less
Oasis of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.4
Dining 4.0 4.1
Entertainment 5.0 4.4
Public Rooms 5.0 4.5
Fitness Recreation 3.0 4.3
Family 5.0 4.3
Shore Excursion 3.0 3.9
Enrichment 1.0 3.9
Service 4.0 4.4
Value For Money 3.0 3.9
Rates 5.0 3.8

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