Very nice! Lots of storage. Loved the huge balcony! Two huge lounge chairs and table with two chairs. Two sinks in the bathroom with a full size bathtub. The stateroom attendant, Denny, was very nice and did a great job taking care of the cabin! Read entire member review >>
Room was very nice- lots of storage! Balcony was lovely-we had breakfast most mornings out there. Cabin service was great. Nice big bathroom with a great shower and tub and lots of storage. Read entire member review >>
The room was bigger than expected, which was awesome. King bed, couch and sitting area (with roughly 4 ft in between) and the bathroom was large! A full closet area could hang everything you brought and there were an abundance of drawers. The little foyer was cool.... mini fridge, bar top and shelves. Loads of space to unpack and not feel crowded! The balcony was considered a double and fit a table with 2 chairs plus 2 lounge chairs and a side table. Great space outside (roughly 7 x 4). Great for 2 people! Definitely not cramped. Read entire member review >>
Disgusting, dated furniture. It appears that Royal has average room attendants maintaining Grand Suites which is unacceptable because the price is not commensurate with service Read entire member review >>
Great cabin! Great location! We used the stairs to get down to anything below our deck and the elevators to return to our deck. The space in the cabin was enough for a family of four. The bathroom had ample space. The TV was large enough and we enjoyed the views from our balcony. Read entire member review >>
This cabin was mid ship close to elevators and stairs. It has a wonderful bathroom with tile floors and walls, 2 sinks and a bath tub. There was tons and tons of storage over 12 full drawers, 4 wall cabinets, tons of closet space with plenty of hangers, A mini bar with good size refrigerator and a large living area and bedroom area that can be separated with a full length curtain. The balcony was large with 2 lounges and a table that allowed for nice times to view ocean, islands and company. Read entire member review >>
Cabin: We (3 of us) stayed in Cabin 12654, a suite. We loved the room, it had ample space and an abundance of storage for the 3 of us. Full size bathroom with tub. There is a sofa that opened up to a bed which my teenage son slept on. Every night our cabin attendant would fix his bed, and every morning she would set it back up into a sofa. It worked out great. The cabin was quiet, the balcony had great views, and the location was not too far from the elevators and stairs. Having a suite, we had priority access to board and disembark the ship and therefore had no lines. Definitely a great perk. Also had access to a suite lounge and restaurant, however; we did not use it as much as others in our group were not in a suite and therefore did not have access to it. Read entire member review >>
We loved our Grand Suite. Deck 6. Boardwalk neighborhood. Conveniently close to elevators and easily stair accessible to other neighborhoods. We did not have any outside noise. Excellent room attendant, Eddie. I am going to find it very difficult to go back to a balcony room after experiencing the suites. We spent a fair amount of time in the suite just enjoying it and the large balcony area. Read entire member review >>
We were the first occupants of this new cabin. The bedroom has a door and is separate from the sofa room. Very niced sized bedroom with a tv and desk and closet. Bedroom is Very comfortable with a separate door to the balcony. The bathtub was nice but small for a grand suite with 1 sink and low ceiling when in the tub/shower. If you are 6 feet or taller you will probably have a problem. The sofa room is too small for the sofa bed to fold out. Our third guest had to sleep on the sofa since the bed could not fold out. This room is too small and too oddly shaped to be comfortable. The balcony is fabulous. Very large with 2 loungers and table. Excellent place to watch water shows and movies/football games on the big screen. Loved the balcony! Read entire member review >>
The Grand Suite was very nice. It compared well to Celebrity’s Sky Suite with some key differences. Both were of similar sizes. The Sky Suite has more luxurious appointments than the Grand Suite, but the Grand Suite was more functional with more storage and a much larger bathroom. The Sky Suite came with Butler Service – which is essentially a private concierge. Oasis comes with two Concierges shared between all the suites. If found that both worked just as well. The Suites also come with some additional perks on Oasis that we found very beneficial given the size of the ship. Read entire member review >>
The suite was nice - but quite small compared to the Grand Suites on other ships. I was really surprised at how much smaller the GS was. There was only about 1/2 the normal closet space. The Bar/Counter was about 1/2 normal size. The room overall was about 120 to 150 square feet smaller, and the balcony and its furniture was disappointing when compared to other RCI ships. Read entire member review >>
Room was spacious with a big balcony and far more storage than we needed. Nice size bathroom. A week later we were in a comparable suite (Celebrity Suite) on the Celebrity Silhouette. There was a partition between the bedroom and the rest of the suite, but the bathroom was much smaller and I think that I preferred the Grand Suite on the Oasis. However, I don't think that anyone would be disappointed with either one. Read entire member review >>
Grand Suite 6254
We were very happy with our suite. Originally a little disappointed that we were not on a higher deck, though deck 6 turned out to be perfect. A very large room, very large comfortable bed, double balcony with sunloungers, and a wonderfully large bathroom. The location too was perfect. Close to the Royal Promenade, Boardwalk and Central Park and we were never disturbed by noise. Read entire member review >>
Our Grand Suite 8660 was in a great location because it is midship and it is on deck 8 which is Central Park, one of the few decks where you can cross from the front of the ship to the back of the ship and from one side to another easily. The closet was not very big but the tub was fantastic, it had two washbasins, very luxurious bathroom. It had a little bar area with space to put the room service tray. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in the Grand Suite and we loved it! Our attendant Christopher was top notch! He made sure that our room was always clean and he would leave wonderful treats for us in our room when we returned. Delicious cookies, chocolate covered strawberries and much much more. Our room was bigger than I expected and very quiet. We were right in the center of the ship so we felt no movement at all. We had a bedroom area, a living room, a pretty roomy bathroom with a large tub and double sinks. Also where our suite was located, I was able to ask for a special ashtray for my balcony. If we went on another cruise on the Oasis, I would want to stay in this room again. Read entire member review >>
11254 - great location - slightly aft of midship with no noise heard from public spaces. Beyond adequate storage. Great access to concierge lounge. Long walk to children's area - can be plus if you want the exercise but a minus if you would rather be closer. Read entire member review >>
Grand Suite was size of Jr. Suites on other RCCL ships. Was disappointed that a Grand Suite would be placed under the Sports Deck. Lots of jumping and running overhead. Definitely need to be reconsidered next time you build a ship. Read entire member review >>
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