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Oceanview Stateroom Cabins 13 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert Queen), private bathroom and sitting area. (179 sq. ft.)
    
Oceanview Stateroom (F)
Oceanview Stateroom (F)


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3222
Cabin 3222 was above one of the loading hatches and guests in it will be treated to loud clanging when you arrive in the ports.  Read entire member review.
7594
Oasis of the Seas by Cruisamaniac

Very limited drawers to pack personal items on Royal Caribbean. Shower now seems smaller. I do not like the bed closer to the door than to the balcony.

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8104
A whirlwind of fun! by famplanner9
We had connecting Oceanview rooms 8102/8104. They are in the very front of the ship overlooking the helipad. There was plenty of room for us 4. (can't imagine sleeping 4 in a room although the couch pulled out to a bed). It was invaluable to have 2 bathrooms, 2 TVs, and a quiet place if someone wanted to take a nap. I think we'd get similar rooms next time. We didn't miss having a balcony. And Deck 8 is a great location. There was a bit of movement of the ship when we were out in the ocean on the first 2 days. You could especially feel this while lying in bed but can't imagine anyone getting sick from the subtle shift. We loved how the stateroom tv had your ongoing bill. I could verify every night with the kids what they were buying. I think this kept them more conscious of their spending.  Read entire member review.
8128
Another Week Please by Green Phantom
8128 was more than adequate. Enough space for the two of us. Quiet, comfortable and well kept. Just a little far from the dining room.  Read entire member review.
11102
Big room for 2 people! Right under the bridge, but couldn't hear a sound from them. Very quiet overall, never heard anything out of the neighbors. Bathroom is sufficient with lots of shelf space. The closet had a couple dozen hangers, so I'm glad we didn't bring extra.  Read entire member review.
11102
11-102 Great room for 2 people. Plenty of space. It's the front of the ship, so the window is tilted 45 degrees, but it's huge. Very quiet part of the ship. Right under the bridge, but couldn't hear a thing. Bathroom was adequate and the shower was perfectly fine for a 6'2 person. Plenty of counter space.  Read entire member review.
11602
Oasis of the Seas-AMAZING! by EmyyLovesTravel
Since we were only three people we had a basic stateroom. It was tiny, but I thought it was cute. We were only sleeping and getting dressed in there. There was two beds. One was a normal king sized bed in which you could separate into two full beds. There was a couch that could turn into a huge bed. The TV had a decent amount of channels and there was a lot of areas to put different things it. I had a separate section for jewelry and clothes. The closet was a very good size. The bed was comfortable. The balcony was very nice. Our view faced the ocean. It was very relaxing. Both the room and the balcony were very quiet. I fell asleep quickly. The bathroom was tiny but it was nice. There was a good amount of space to put things. I liked the shower. It was a cool design!  Read entire member review.
None
7524 is excellent: low traffic area, low noise, no ship movement noticeable, great layout. Great view of ports. 7526: same as 7524, but with reverse layout which is a little less functional. 3634: high traffic since it's on a busy floor, can feel more ship noises than on higher floors. Also can hear people walking hallways at all hours. At the time of our sailing, there was a mild but noticeable smell of cigarette in the cabin. (It's in a non-smoking area).  Read entire member review.
None
Our cabin was beautiful. The bathroom was bigger than on the smaller RCCL ships. The interactive flat screen TV was super!! The closet is much smaller than on the smaller RCCL ships. Our cabin 3180 was directly under the Disco on Deck 4. The Disco was opened about 11pm or midnight and was opened till 3am to 4am. After the Disco closed they would move the furniture around. The BOOM BOOM BOOM of the base was awful!! Don't stay on this side of the ship on deck 3 or 5!! Unless you like the noise.  Read entire member review.
None
There are 37 different grades of cabins, many of which are similar to cabins on other Royal Caribbean ships. The cabin and corridor decor is rather 'understated' (bland) although this is preferable to 'garish'. The standard cabins are comfortable but not over generous on space.  Read entire member review.
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10508
None
A let down by philip52
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