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This was a family cruise with our grown children and grandchildren. The ship is in dire need of a makeover. The carpet in rooms were stained, curtains torn, lack of storage for 2 people much less 3 or 4 which our cabin could hold. The chairs in the main dining were stained, the chairs in the Aqua Theater were dirty. We were greatly disappointed in the shape of this ship, which was not in ship shape at all. We had drink passes and that included fresh squeezed orange juice. If you wanted to have the juice at breakfast, it was not available in the Wipeout Cafe. You had to get that at the main dining rooms or the Windjammer. If you wanted an omelet that was made to order, that was was not available in the Windjammer Buffet but had to go down to the Wipeout Cafe. Wipeout had cereal but no fruit which had to be gotten at the Windjammer. Whomever designed this ship did a terrible job as far as making it convenient to eat. Could not get soft drinks most of the time from the machines because they were empty and extra frustrating when you had to buy a coke pass that was useless most of the time. It seemed that no matter what public restroom I went into, most of the sinks were broken and had a maintenance needed sign. Grandson had arcade pass but half of the arcade was broken down. I will say this, the entertainment was great, the service was great except for the Wipeout Cafe, which they seemed to be in a not so friendly mood and the food was great in the main dining areas but just so so everywhere else.

In Dire Need of Refurbishing

Oasis of the Seas Cruise Review by ready2goanywhere

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This was a family cruise with our grown children and grandchildren. The ship is in dire need of a makeover. The carpet in rooms were stained, curtains torn, lack of storage for 2 people much less 3 or 4 which our cabin could hold.

The chairs in the main dining were stained, the chairs in the Aqua Theater were dirty.

We were greatly disappointed in the shape of this ship, which was not in ship shape at all.

We had drink passes and that included fresh squeezed orange juice. If you wanted to have the juice at breakfast, it was not available in the Wipeout Cafe. You had to get that at the main dining rooms or the Windjammer. If you wanted an omelet that was made to order, that was was not available in the Windjammer Buffet but had to go down to the Wipeout Cafe. Wipeout had cereal but no fruit which had to be gotten at the Windjammer. Whomever designed this ship did a terrible job as far as making it convenient to eat.

Could not get soft drinks most of the time from the machines because they were empty and extra frustrating when you had to buy a coke pass that was useless most of the time.

It seemed that no matter what public restroom I went into, most of the sinks were broken and had a maintenance needed sign.

Grandson had arcade pass but half of the arcade was broken down.

I will say this, the entertainment was great, the service was great except for the Wipeout Cafe, which they seemed to be in a not so friendly mood and the food was great in the main dining areas but just so so everywhere else.
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Cabin Review

Ocean View Balcony
Cabin 5D 10328
Serious lack of storage for 2 people much less 3 or 4 that fit in the cabin. Generally, the nightstands of cruises we have take have drawer space, and desk area has more storage than this ship. Last cruise we went on with other cruise liner had storage above the headboard.

Carpet had stains, curtain had tears in both the sheer and the blackout.
Deck 14 Inside Cabins, Balcony Cabins, Suite Cabins

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