Sail Date: March 2019
My husband and I chose to purchase 'The Key' on our Spring Break cruise this past March, Since we did not want to spend the extra money on a Suite Class cabin, we chose to purchase some of the benefits that come with Suite Class ... Read More
My husband and I chose to purchase 'The Key' on our Spring Break cruise this past March, Since we did not want to spend the extra money on a Suite Class cabin, we chose to purchase some of the benefits that come with Suite Class staterooms. Priority Check in was fast, easy and we did not wait in line at all!! We walked right up to "The Key" check in desk and it was about 5 minutes of standard check in information, then we were off to the ship. Carry-On drop off. We then proceeded to the carry-on drop off area where we dropped off some items (stroller, carry-on baggage). It was labeled and brought to our stateroom. Off to lunch at Chops! (included with 'The Key') Our lunch at Chops Grill was amazingly yummy!! It also helped us avoid the chaos of the Windjammer lunch rush. The wifi that is also included with the key was high quality and one we appreciated throughout the vacation. The priority seating for all the shows was incredible and having a 4 and 6 year old helped us arrive minutes before showtime and have excellent seats. We also utilized the zip line, rock wall as well as the flowrider designated times without any wait times. Our overall impression of the key experience was amazing, and we will definitely purchase this again, Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
This was my second time aboard Oasis. I am Diamond and a single traveler. Embarkation at Port Canaveral is pretty seamless albeit crowded. This cruise was taken during spring break and there were many family, young children and teens ... Read More
This was my second time aboard Oasis. I am Diamond and a single traveler. Embarkation at Port Canaveral is pretty seamless albeit crowded. This cruise was taken during spring break and there were many family, young children and teens aboard. Overall this was not a concern. Because of the size of Oasis, privacy is sometimes are to find. The Solarium is the best place for adults to sit and relax since it restricted to 18+. You can get breakfast and lunch there as well. First stop was Nassau..did not bother to get off the ship. Not a fan of the port Charlotte Amalie..excursion to ST John’s. Nice boat ride to the island and very informative. The bus tour was aboard a crowded open air vehicle. Made several scenic stops. If you had never been to St John’s this might be for you. St Martin: a tour not to miss!! Royal Fun Family Food Tour!! This was a small (16 people) group We made three food stops: Cheese House where we made and tasted four kinds of Gouda cheese made into Mac and cheese and plentiful champagne; stop two was an eclectic restaurant on the French side called GutSide Restaurant where wwe were treated to a delicious spiced pumpkin soup and a portion of jerk chicken that was outstanding prepared for us by the owner - this place has to be seen; the final stop was at the Carousel Ice cream store where we made Gelato hosted by the owners (Diego and Stella) and were treated to a ride on their full sized carousel. Not to be missed. Oasis also has more than one location for Diamond and above...one on deck 11 and another in Blaze (very quiet and not crowded at all). This makes it very easy to meet and chat. Overall: because Oasis is so huge, you will likely find the main promenade busy most of the time. Shops open only during at sea of course but most bars are open after 9 or 10. The pool areas are as expected crowded and noisy especially around the kids pool. Chair “saving” is actually watched and enforced for a change. I did not use the Windjammer buffet except for breakfast the last day. It was crowded but no lines. A couple of hints: embarkation day - go to Central Park to grab a quick bite.not a hectic as Windjammer. Try the Wipe Out Cafe for breakfast - made to order omelets and eggs plus a soft ice cream machine. The Oasis is as much an experience as it is a cruise. Once may be enuf for most folks but if you want to try it, you should. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2019
My wife and I have been on several cruises with different cruise lines. We've docked next to Oasis of the Seas and added this ship to our cruise bucket list. We are new empty-nesters and decided to take our first vacation in a long ... Read More
My wife and I have been on several cruises with different cruise lines. We've docked next to Oasis of the Seas and added this ship to our cruise bucket list. We are new empty-nesters and decided to take our first vacation in a long time. We booked Oasis, and we are beyond glad that we did! What an amazing ship! It is extremely clean. Wanda in housekeeping, did an immaculate job keeping our room clean and tidy.She was so friendly and really made our vacation special. We had an ocean view room on the 9th floor. The window was huge, and it allowed us to look out and see the beautiful water and ports. All of the shows were outstanding! Our favorites included "Come Fly with Me", the aqua show, and the ice show. We were never bored. In fact, we were exhausted by the end of the day from all of the activities that we did. Food - All of the food was delicious! The MDR service was great, but even the food in Windjammer exceeded our expectations. Yes, it is a buffet, but it was tasty and uniquie every day. You will definitely want to try Sabor, the Mexican cantina on the ship. It was the best Mexican food we've ever had. Try the margaritas and the guacamole was delicious! Embarkation/Debarkation - Quick and easy. The whole process took about 25 to 30 minutes each time. Port Canaveral does an amazing job moving over 6,000 people quickly. The 7-nights went by quickly and we can't want to check out another Oasis-class ship soon! Read Less
Sail Date: February 2019
We cruised with a group. We had reserved private tour for 6 with Bernards independent of ship. He was a bit hard to find-near back of port area-but well worth it. We had arranged ahead of time to bring school supplies which he donated to ... Read More
We cruised with a group. We had reserved private tour for 6 with Bernards independent of ship. He was a bit hard to find-near back of port area-but well worth it. We had arranged ahead of time to bring school supplies which he donated to local foster kids for us. He had let us know they needed them & we were glad to be of help. We had a very good tour guide-Jackson-who was friendly & accommodating & took us where we wanted to go & on out schedule. Went shopping in downtown which he told us would be less expensive & it was although port area did have some great buys too. Spent some time at beach & Jackson waited there so we could leave when we were ready. Jackson gave us a great tour of both sides of island & lots of great info. Just FYI, if you use scooter on ship, Bernard's has a safe place you can leave it while you're on tour. We will definitely use Bernard's again. As for Oasis, we love Royal Caribbean but felt they nickle & dimed us a bit. We were on Princess Regal month before & in room movies were free ($11.99 on RCI, free popcorn & cookies & milk at Movies Under the Stars & drink packages were much cheaper. Soda package on Princess included soda, fresh squeezed juices & mocktails for $9.05/day while RCI's soda package included only soda & was $9.99/day. Service & entertainment on RCI were excellent, especially our dining room waiters-Komang & Bronwyn, They knew our names & drinks etc by 2nd night & parked our electric scooters outside dining room & brought them to us after dinner nightly without our asking.. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2019
We are primarily a River Cruise couple and being on a large ship for a week didn't seem to exciting to us. We received an invitation from a family member to join them and we did. The Oasis of the Seas is something special and from ... Read More
We are primarily a River Cruise couple and being on a large ship for a week didn't seem to exciting to us. We received an invitation from a family member to join them and we did. The Oasis of the Seas is something special and from the first time we saw it in Port Canaveral as it dwarfed other ships, to an extremely easy bag drop off and check-in process to walking into the Promenade Deck 5, we were in awe. We purchased the Delux Beverage Package and I would highly recommend it. Beers ran approximately $8 - 10 dollars each, so if you plan to have five drinks throughout the day, it is worth it alone not to have the package and not worry about how much you're spending,,,, you're on vacation. We enjoyed the breakfast and lunches in the Park Cafe and the Solarium Bistro. The dinners in the main dining rooms were just OK+ considering how many guests they are serving. The several meals we had in Chops Grille were excellent (both lunch and dinners). The service was excellent for all meals. I would highly recommend the Specialty Restaurant Dining Package of which there are two. Entertainment was better then anticipated and although Cats is a very boring show, listening to Memory made it worth the long seating. The Aquatic Show was excellent as well as the Frozen In Time skating show. Come Fly With Me (Musical, Dancing and acrobatics) was awesome..... but the Headliner left much to be desired. All in all, our cruise was just wonderful and we will be looking forward to another cruise next year; or sooner. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
This was our first cruise and what an experience. We just got back last night and can't stop talking about it. Kids age 15 and 18 were very impressed. Highlights were our cabin steward, Vincent. He was very friendly, making sure to ... Read More
This was our first cruise and what an experience. We just got back last night and can't stop talking about it. Kids age 15 and 18 were very impressed. Highlights were our cabin steward, Vincent. He was very friendly, making sure to introduce himself personally to each member of our family and kept our room clean 2x a day. We felt spoiled for sure. Towel animals were are pleasant surprise. Another big highlight for us was MTD in the American Icon dining room. We had the same 2 waiters, Gerald and Sukhil who made our dining experience truly the best. We sat at the same table 148 after requesting it the first night. We all agree, our dining experience made our trip. The ship was clean, crew very friendly, guest services were helpful in moving the line along. We really liked our ocean view room and would do the same next time. Ice cream machines were popular with our kids and were maned by an attendant which made the line go much quicker. The drink pkg was also worth it for us. We had beautiful days with no rain. The excursions were fabulous. Counting down to our next cruise and can't wait.. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
We had never been on a big (BIG) ship before, we like sailing from Pt. Canaveral, the Oasis was heading to the Western Caribbean - so we went for it. Glad we did. Good service throughout the cruise, throughout the ship. Our cabin ... Read More
We had never been on a big (BIG) ship before, we like sailing from Pt. Canaveral, the Oasis was heading to the Western Caribbean - so we went for it. Glad we did. Good service throughout the cruise, throughout the ship. Our cabin steward Erica always met our needs, brining us ice or more towels whenever we needed them. She saw the sink was not draining so she called maintenance and it was draining fine in 10 minutes. We ate most of our meals in the buffet - the Windjammer - always found a table, always fast service to clean up tables where the diners had left. Food selection for us was fine - though I did miss the papaya we had on on our last RCI cruise - on Brilliance of the Seas. Always soup, always lots of fruit, fish, vegetables and salad choices for the non-meat eater in our group. Croissants at most breakfasts were too good to pass up. Sorrentos on the Promenade deck (5) had pizza that was a quick snack a bit too often for our caloric intake - still good. We had breakfast in Central Park a couple of days - much more relaxed with still adequate choices for us. We'll go back there more on the next cruise. Labadee has a great beach! Got off the boat at 8:00 and was on a beach chair, under a coconut tree, listening to Haitian music right behind my head by 8:30 - The water was fine for swimming, and with my swim goggles, I could see the bottom, with many little fish, while I swam a few "laps" - I could get soft drinks for free (we had the beverage package) about 5 steps from beach chair - the buffet lunch was a bit further, as were the rest rooms. A server was bringing drinks around for purchase - could not have been much better. We'll go back as soon as we find a cruise that'll take us there. Went to Margaritaville at both Falmouth and Cozumel, so you know we enjoyed those ports, as well. Some tips I wish I knew before we got on: Men’s restrooms are often on port side Women’s often on starboard side .. Good to know if you gotta go (at the Windjammer they are both on the port side) Push a little green button to open some sliding doors to / from outside .. look for it Great running / walking track around the ship outside on Promenade deck 5 . If you walk down to the track from the Fitness Center on deck 6, you will see signs to “starting line” to the right. Nicely marked in miles and kilometers If using a wheelchair, to get from one end of the ship to the other, use Promenade deck 5 - inside, rather than using stateroom corridors - less obstacles, plus it’s more lively Six Coke Freestyle machines…2 on Promenade deck 5 on left side of Sorrentos and 4 inside side the Windjammer Buffet .. 2 on each side. When going ashore you will go down to deck 3 and take an escalator to the gangway on deck 2 .. towels available on deck 15 before you go..they say they have them just after you get off the ship..they ran out our first day ashore at 8:02 AM..so I counted 37 people angrily waiting for the next cartload of towels. 15 starboard is the choice Smokers hang out on port side of decks 15 and 16. We stayed on the starboard side when walking from one end to the other after learning this one time. Loved the big ship - loved the ports - we'll be back. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
This was our first cruise on the Oasis, our seventh with Royal Caribbean—overall, it was a very positive experience! We thoroughly enjoyed the itinerary of Labadee, Falmouth, and Cozumel, as well as the days at sea, the latter filled ... Read More
This was our first cruise on the Oasis, our seventh with Royal Caribbean—overall, it was a very positive experience! We thoroughly enjoyed the itinerary of Labadee, Falmouth, and Cozumel, as well as the days at sea, the latter filled with ample opportunity for both relaxation and busy activity. In terms of onboard entertainment, the ice skating and water shows were excellent. As far as other options, lines at the Flow-Rider and zip line were surprisingly short, although I was turned away from the latter because I wasn't wearing a sleeved shirt—nothing about this requirement was posted near the ride. A good balance between open play and age-graded competitions were offered at the sports court. As far as logistics and related, embarkation was fairly slow, but disembarkation went much faster. Our cabin location provided quick access to wherever we needed to go, and we received excellent, courteous service by our room steward. Service in the main dining room was, at times, painfully slow (our table often ordered early but was served last), and the food widely varied from average to excellent. Occasionally, crew members throughout the ship seemed preoccupied with conversations between themselves, but this was not the norm. Related, a good number of the crew seemed to speak and comprehend English adequately. Lastly, a change from previous cruises...the highest category of internet service was surprisingly fast, though quite expensive, and the signal carried well throughout areas of the ship. On balance, this cruise exceeded our expectations, and we gladly recommend Oasis of the Seas to you. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
Royal Caribbean - Oasis of the Seas 7 day Western Caribbean Embarkation - - Got there at 10:15 which was a little too early, but got checked in and had to wait 15-20 minutes to get on the ship, very easy embarkation process The ship ... Read More
Royal Caribbean - Oasis of the Seas 7 day Western Caribbean Embarkation - - Got there at 10:15 which was a little too early, but got checked in and had to wait 15-20 minutes to get on the ship, very easy embarkation process The ship - Oasis of the Seas. I didn’t know what to expect because the ship is expected to soon go to dry-dock for refurbishing. I thought the ship was is good condition and well maintained. Entertainment - Oasis has a multitude of entertainment venues. The water show is something that only Oasis class ships have and this show is simply amazing. The ice show is also very impressive. To put together a show centered on a theme and have skaters that can perform triple rotations and multiple combinations all while on a moving ship is amazing. The Opal Theater is a large 2-floor venue. The show “Come Fly With Me” is a production show including elaborate sets, singers, dancers, silk flyers and many flying other flying effects. This was a great show. They also had a headliner show which was the outstanding rock band called Private Stock. This was a rock and roll concert that had us singing from our seats and dancing in the aisles! The show “Cats” was the premiere show of this Oasis Class ship. While the set, the costumes, the acting, and the lighting were all impressive, the show was a disappointment to us and many others. I really felt bad for the cast when well over half of the crowd left at intermission! Why? As a retired music teacher, there is nothing more important than excellent diction so that everyone can understand the words and follow the plot. While most soloists had good diction, when everyone sang together the diction was terrible. It simply could not be understood, both because of lack of diction, lack of synchronization, and a poor balance of sound of voices and sound track. This story is very difficult to follow anyway, so many people were disappointed!! Other Oasis class shows such as Grease and Hairspray are fun and easy to follow. This show simply is not a good entertainment choice for the typical “cruisers”. Windjammer buffet - They seem to have a nice variety for breakfast and lunch. (never ate dinner there) The way they have the area laid out makes it seem less crowded. I was upset to learn that they close up the Windjammer and Solarium at 3:00. Why not close one side of the marketplace for an hour and then open that side for dinner at 4:00 and close the other side at 4 and open for dinner at 5:00. Also beware, many restaurants, including the buffet close at 8:30 pm. The only thing open is Sorrento for pizza! Main Dining Room - The food on RCI main dining room has been sub-par compared to other cruise lines. Steaks usually come out over-cooked, salmon comes out dry!. We ate in MDR 6 times and only 1 or 2 meals met expectations. The service on MDR is not what it should be. The servers don’t offer fresh-ground pepper, many times we had to ask for cocktail sauce with our shrimp cocktail, Baked potatoes don’t come out with butter and we have to ask for sour cream. The vegetables are scarce with every meal. Two slices of carrots, or two slices of zucchini! Chops Specialty Dining - This is a top notch steak house and much more, Food and service was top notch. So they can prepare steaks, just not in the MDR! We also had a lunch in Giovaninni’s! This was another awesome meal with great service. Very generous portions and very tasty! Excursions Labadee, Haiti We always enjoy this port, excursions are not needed here because beach chairs and all food is included, ample shade if you want it so umbrellas are not needed, first beach areas are rocky so go on to the last big beach area, float mats can be rented, extra cost things - zipline, dragon coaster, these can be rented on coast or before hand using your ship card. There is an artisan’s market - in the building use your ship card or behind building with the locals with cash, the locals can be very aggressive!! Falmouth, Jamaica All Inclusive Blue Waters Beach Escape This excursion was disappointing to us. The information in the RCI website is accurate, but it is what you are not told that ruined it. First the truthful points : 1-The Beach is only about 10 minutes away, 2- they have lounger chairs and an umbrella for everyone, 3- You do get free unlimited drinks including alcoholic drinks, 4- There is a buffet meal included, 5 -There is a live entertainer. The areas that were not good include - 1- The beach is small and dirty with seaweed!, 2- The lounge chairs include some good fabric comfortable chairs, and many plastic extremely uncomfortable chairs, 3- It was a windy day which causes havoc with many of the umbrellas. 4-The meal included a variety, but not very good. If you are on the first bus load, you may get the best loungers in the best location. Otherwise, you may be 8 rows back on rigid plastic loungers. We would not recommend this excursion. Cozumel Deluxe Beach Break at Playa Mia. We have done this excursion before and it only gets better..yes, better!!! The bus ride is about 15 minutes from the dock. You will have a wrist band which gives you access to everything except for motored sports. What is included: A large beach, beach loungers (plastic), umbrellas, access to the water park which includes water slide, kids pool area and a large pool and hot tub. Large beach area and another pool. Free buffet with a nice selection and pretty tasty, free drinks including alcoholic drinks, Very nice covered seating area for eating, nice bathrooms, and foot washing areas, free life preservers, access to the water gym area, free use of kayaks, paddle boats, water tri-cycles, and small “hobie” sailboats. They will even take you out in the hobie if you don’t feel comfortable doing it yourself. We gave him a tip for doing that. All the workers are very friendly and helpful. They make several announcements when your departure time gets close. I would highly recommend this excursion. I wish the orchestra performed more times as a group. Only the brass and sax played on “Come Fly With Me”. I saw most of them perform dixie-land music in the Broadway on the final day party. On Harmony we enjoyed a fantastic orchestra in the Promenade, the theater, and other places. We like good music. Disembarkation- Be aware that you don’t choose your disembarkation time, they bring you the tags and your instructions the evening before the last sea day. At first we got the #55 with a 10:15 time. I went to the service desk and asked if we could possibly have an earlier time. They asked me what time and promptly gave me tags #20 for 9:15 time. This allowed us toe go to the MDR for an express breakfast at 8:00. We got done at 8:45 and our number had already come up, so we went directly off the ship without any waiting. We were at our shuttle at 10:00. This went very smoothly. Thank-you Oasis for a great cruise. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
Why go on a ship with 6000 other passengers? To experience the size of spaces that a ship of this size can only provide. The size and scope of the shows are also difficult if not impossible for other ships to duplicate . We were on the ... Read More
Why go on a ship with 6000 other passengers? To experience the size of spaces that a ship of this size can only provide. The size and scope of the shows are also difficult if not impossible for other ships to duplicate . We were on the allure of the seas about four years ago on a Mediterranean cruise and The shows on the oasis were far superior. Somethings that come to mind are we had a boardwalk balcony view cabin towards the back of the ship room #9327 which afforded us a view of the boardwalk but also the aqua theater and the ocean . At night with the ocean view would be boring and dark you still have things to see in the boardwalk so more interesting I think at night . I brought a fan and earplugs and had no problem with noise . We knew noise from aqua theater and shows would be there but sliding glass door really shut down the noise .Three people in the cabin , myself ,wife & 84-year-old mother . Drainage for sink and shower were best I’ve ever had on a cruise ship . So Nice not having to stand in water to take a shower .Shower was tight for me and I am 6 foot 200 pounds but I made it work it is round in shape. With the sofa bed out space was limited but again you can make do .The balcony was decent sized ,table & 2 chairs. We received two Royal Caribbean soda refill cups in the room . I guess it was part of getting a boardwalk room. No real information on it or how to use it but we figured it out and I think a soda package is about $70 per guest so nice perk . We purchased the blue lagoon deluxe beach break through Royal Caribbean and getting there was not pleasant like herding cattle , with 40 minute ferry to and from it didn’t leave much time to do much .The lunch provided was a short buffet line that you were allowed to go through one time so pile on the food because you can’t go back .They did have a very tasty lemon and strawberry?slushy’s as much as you wanted. For the cost of the excursion I don’t feel it was worth it, maybe if you did the dolphin encounter it would be worth it . You get specials and discounts emailed to you from Royal Caribbean before your cruise and one of the specials I decided to purchase was the BOGO specialty restaurant offer but I failed to see that you must use it on The first two days only so be aware of that ,not real obvious in promo . Also you had to go through the casino for your shore excursions which is very smoky , The left side is less but still smoky . Also two out of the three main restaurants have the casino entrance adjacent to their entrance and the smoky smell trickles in . My time dining doesn’t I believe . Coke machines to refill your Royal Caribbean glasses were found in Sorrento‘s pizza on royal promenade deck 5 and up in Windjammer buffet towards the back deck16. Might have been more on the ship but I never found them. Making reservations for every show for specific times and dates is kind of a pain but you can do it the only problem is ...... our first night cats was canceled , our second night oasis of dreams aqua theater show was canceled . Now when the rescheduled times were announced they conflicted with our dinner schedule ,and shore excursions .We never got a round to rescheduling them but happily to our surprise we showed up for a cat show that we had not reserved but with our Sea passes We’re scanned and it showed we were in their system as well as oasis of dreams same thing .So my guess is if you had made a reservation and they were the ones who canceled it you were already in their system for any other time for that show they show they had. We were happy about that because both were quality shows. Cat is a Broadway show . People next to us who said they had seen it at Broadway said it was very close to what they saw and I quality . You know opera and ballet are very difficult and I appreciate how hard it is to do it well but I still don’t really enjoy it . Cats wasn’t quite like that but I sat through it just to kind of get cultured .LOL.We saw their parade through the Royal promenade ,best seen from deck six looking down but we were on deck five and although crowded could see it my 84-year-old mom liked it . Very high energy . Only done one time . Booked the 5 star tour of Saint Thomas through Royal Carribean, save your money NOT even one star! Different guide would have made a little difference but still no .First two hours of the “tour” we were dropped off in the district for all the jewelry store Hockers we’re out soliciting you to come in to sell you jewelry it was nonstop and constant I just wanted to get away. That was two hours of my life I can’t get back . My brother just walked off the ship and found somebody to taxi him around for $25 took him too many of the places we did not go . Our tour bus of maybe 15 people Stalled out going up the mountain at least five or six times and of course could not understand a word from our tour guide I yelled out many times do we need to get out and push they changed out different van and guide. Ended up in Megans Bay beach but got there so late that we were the last ones to leave got back to the ship but it was pitch dark and missed the headliner show we had scheduled ,wound up never seeing it . Tip ...... Bring your iPod and headphones would have made passing the boring times a little less painful . I enjoyed the fresh squeezed orange juice and “ egg McMuffin “ at Park Café , easy in easy out . Contrary to some reviews oasis did not appear run down tired or old . was clean and staff appeared happy to serve you, I am still amazed because they see different people every week with no breaks . “ Frozen in time “ ice-skating show probably most entertaining of all shows , much better than Alure’s and there wasn’t one show that I wouldn’t rate A- or better, other than the comedy show which was just OK B- . The pizza at Sorrento‘s was better than expected fresh and hot and welcome for some reason later at night after shows for a late night snack . Learned a trick to get on the elevators . There was five of us and we used stairs for two or three flights but my mom is 84 so sometimes had to use elevators . First trick don’t all have to get on at once but see if you can just slip one or two in and the others wait for a new elevator . Sometimes it’s best to go down to go up . Sounds funny but with the elevator to go down is open get in that one take it down ,and then go up . I did have a problem with the quality of food that wasn’t a specialty restaurant . The speciality restaurants Certainly a more intimate and quiet experience and the food was consistently good .We did 150 Central park , Giovanni‘s table , chops grill , Izumi hibachi had a good show but terrible desserts but one specialty restaurant where you can see the ocean ,, went up to Windjammer for sweets, also looks out over the ocean , they sure have quite the artist carving watermelon designs real works of art , One night they had cotton candy making station and made to order crepes, When we were in the Grand(they picked 8PM time for us but would change to earlier seating if could do over for ease of seeing shows)it was LOUD,they had a parade both nights for the waiters that was deafening we did happen to hit lobster night on day six , and they do give you as many as you want seemed a little fishy but hey it’s seafood so quit complaining and eat them . The soda was so flat every night it was like a half glass of soda left out overnight and then poured into a picture and then poured back into your glass , yeah I know soda is bad for you but I’m on vacation so stick it , The second night I brought my cup refilled it at Sorrento‘s first so at least I had fizz for the first glass. Over all a very enjoyable cruise we played miniature golf , ping-pong , I did the zip line which is worth doing if there is not a long wait I would say if there’s more than three or four people ahead of you come back later . One thing I missed was a designated movie theater showing movies continuously like Disney but alas they probably use that space for a big smoky casino . You can get movies on your TV but again got to pay for them,This day and age other than Disney it seems that you have to pay extra for everything like Soda,movies,decent food, using the bathroom , no not really I just threw that last one in, their public bathrooms are amazingly large and clean quite impressive.I’m so tired of writing I have to stop,hope this helps other people with some info. Read Less
Oasis of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 0.0
Dining 4.0 0.0
Entertainment 5.0 0.0
Public Rooms 5.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 3.0 0.0
Family 5.0 0.0
Shore Excursion 3.0 0.0
Enrichment 1.0 0.0
Service 4.0 0.0
Value For Money 3.0 0.0
Rates 5.0 0.0

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