Crown Loft Suite
Two deck high stateroom with panoramic views. Master bedroom with Royal King size bed, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, and bath on second level. Bath with shower on main level. Private balcony with chairs, dining area with dry bar, table/desk. Living room sofa converts to double bed. (540 sq. ft., balcony 98 sq. ft.) Some rooms are accessible.

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Crown Loft Suite (L1) Cabin Reviews

New loyal cruiser!!! : Cabin 11100
Sail Date: August 2018
Our cabin was located in the bow of the ship on deck 11 and it was about dead center of the front of the ship. It provided the best in cabin view while we were crusing and while we were pulling into port! The room's location was ... Read More
Our cabin was located in the bow of the ship on deck 11 and it was about dead center of the front of the ship. It provided the best in cabin view while we were crusing and while we were pulling into port! The room's location was absolutely perfect!!! I would like to have that room again the next time we sail! It had ample bedding for my family of five! Read Less
Sail Date: July 2018
We booked a Jr suite, and were offered an upgrade for $950. (and although I found out later I could have offered less) the room itself was worth every penny of it. What made it even better was our cabin steward "Derry" and the ... Read More
We booked a Jr suite, and were offered an upgrade for $950. (and although I found out later I could have offered less) the room itself was worth every penny of it. What made it even better was our cabin steward "Derry" and the other perks that come with "Sky Class Suite status. After reading other reviews on this cabin I was really worried about the noise from the sports deck, but I must say it was not an issue at all ( and let me tell you I am one of those people that get bothered from external noises). Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
I love the loft suite on the Oasis class ship. It is unique for a cruise ship. It was very open and airy. having two bathrooms was a luxury with kids on tow, Second floor shower is huge. Also a nice dressing area and lots of closet ... Read More
I love the loft suite on the Oasis class ship. It is unique for a cruise ship. It was very open and airy. having two bathrooms was a luxury with kids on tow, Second floor shower is huge. Also a nice dressing area and lots of closet space.The large balcony with complimentary binoculars and lounge chairs was great. The AC worked well and even kept the upper loft area cool mid-day. What a great piece of engineering this class of ship is. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
Beautiful & spacious cabin with separate bedroom and living areas, both with bathrooms . Great service from cabin attendants. The room was always spotless. Nice balcony with small round hot tub.
Beautiful & spacious cabin with separate bedroom and living areas, both with bathrooms . Great service from cabin attendants. The room was always spotless. Nice balcony with small round hot tub. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2017
Awesome. I loved the experience of the suite. The space, accommodations, and the perks.
Awesome. I loved the experience of the suite. The space, accommodations, and the perks. Read Less
Big ship experience : Cabin 7124
Sail Date: July 2017
Our two story cabin was excellent. Agust and Alfonso, our stewards, took care of anything we needed. Loved this suite area: 34 suites and private lounge, bar and dining room.
Our two story cabin was excellent. Agust and Alfonso, our stewards, took care of anything we needed. Loved this suite area: 34 suites and private lounge, bar and dining room. Read Less
Oasis of the Seas : Cabin 1750
Sail Date: April 2017
Beautiful layout, large, worked well for our family
Beautiful layout, large, worked well for our family Read Less
Sail Date: April 2017
We knew we were splurging on our suite, but didn't know how much more enjoyable having Sky Class (suite) privileges would make the entire cruise. The Crown Loft suite we picked (1756) was roomy, comfortable, private, quiet and ... Read More
We knew we were splurging on our suite, but didn't know how much more enjoyable having Sky Class (suite) privileges would make the entire cruise. The Crown Loft suite we picked (1756) was roomy, comfortable, private, quiet and well-kept. Our stateroom attendant, Eleanor, was friendly and took care to make up the room only in our absences (usually mealtimes, twice daily). The suite floor concierges Dudley and Christine were also terrific, helping us with all manner of questions and reservations. The 17th floor balcony view was superb. My husband spent a lot of time reading on the balcony and it became his favorite place to relax. The two-story loft concept made the suite feel light and airy, with plenty of room for the kids on the first floor and us in the loft space. Love the double walk-in shower in the loft, and the kids had their own shower downstairs. Super convenient and luxurious. Plenty of closet space and nice wooden hangers. The suite-only Coastal Kitchen dining room and adjoining lounge were our go-to spots for all but four dinner meals (we bought a dining package for our choice of specialty restaurant... recommended) and the service and food were consistently excellent. The staff learned our names (all four of us) and were always a pleasure to deal with. Having enjoyed the amenities of a Crown Loft on the 17th floor of Oasis, I'm pretty sure we'll be unable to do future cruises at anything less than Suite status. Totally spoiled! Read Less

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