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Cabins were exceptionally small, booked 3 rooms, a double and what they call "2 triples) . the triples include a sofa bed, when opened, there wasn't access to the balcony. Very uncomfortable. Really inconvenient. Lots of extra costs. Disappointed. The food was oustanding. Casino slots were very tight. No courtesy alcohol while in casino, dissapointing seeing that the drink card was nearly $400 for an occasional drinker that would be satisfied with a cocktain while playing black jack. Labadee was very crouded, food was difficult to get to. Zip line at $105 a litle excessive, paying for three familes with two grandchildren. Must say food and service in the main dining room was better than excellent. Cleanlyness was a big concern for crew members, always someone cleaning tables, floors and in some instances walls. Bathrooms were spotless. Felt very secure in alllowing young teenagers to experience night life along with experiences entertainment.

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Oasis of the Seas Cruise Review by drouleau1

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Cabins were exceptionally small, booked 3 rooms, a double and what they call "2 triples) . the triples include a sofa bed, when opened, there wasn't access to the balcony. Very uncomfortable. Really inconvenient. Lots of extra costs. Disappointed. The food was oustanding. Casino slots were very tight. No courtesy alcohol while in casino, dissapointing seeing that the drink card was nearly $400 for an occasional drinker that would be satisfied with a cocktain while playing black jack. Labadee was very crouded, food was difficult to get to. Zip line at $105 a litle excessive, paying for three familes with two grandchildren. Must say food and service in the main dining room was better than excellent. Cleanlyness was a big concern for crew members, always someone cleaning tables, floors and in some instances walls. Bathrooms were spotless. Felt very secure in alllowing young teenagers to experience night life along with experiences entertainment.
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Cabin 8300, 8312,
too small
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