The cabin was spacious. It was clean except for a stain on the carpet. These things happen. The light on the balcony wasn't working, but we never asked anyone to fix it. It was nice to sit outside in the dark listening to the waves. We had three cabins next to each other so we had the room steward open the doors between the balconies. The bathroom was your typical cruise ship bathroom. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very nice. It was clean and beds were very comfortable. The only reason I gave it four stars was because many of the storage bins were opened and tiny. I also like drawers on the nightstands but this was again open shelves. The cabin location was excellent as we were about equal distance from both elevator areas. Therefore, it didn't seem we were walking as much as our friends near either end of the ship. I am prone to seasickness but this cabin was very stable. The balcony is the tiniest balcony we have ever had but it was fine for two of us but certainly not any more. That would be a negative for a family cruise if you Ike to gather on the balcony..Even with connecting rooms and the barrier between the balconies opened, it would be too small for six adults or seven mixed
ages. Read entire member review >>
Upon entering stateroom with Ocean View/balcony, there were 2 single beds pushed together to make 1 double bed. The balcony had a small round table with 2 chairs. Our stateroom also had 1 chair - no couch, and 2 side tables. The room was perfect for 2 people...not too much room to move around. Luggage can be stored under the bed for more open space. Plenty of hangars in closet. Room safe...you set your own 4-digit pin. The room temperature was great....air conditioning shut off when you have your balcony door open. Plenty of hot water, good water pressure in shower. They supplied shampoo and hair dryer. Small room refrigerator was not very cold. A good tip would be to ask room attendant for an ice bucket and fill with ice and keep in the refrigerator to "up the cold factor", if you keep any bottles of soda or water in refrigerator. The TV's about a 35" screen with remote are interactive. You can view your account at any time for charges to your account, watch CNN, or TBS, Cartoons, also channels in French, Spanish, German, etc. Also check for any messages from the cruise lines with specials. The phone in the room is your only clock. It is set to "ship time". Synch your watch with "ship time" if going off to an island stop...some islands are 1 hr difference...so you get back to ship on time (ship time).
Mandatory Gratuities are paid separately from the cruise price. We pre-paid our gratuities before departure ($13.50 each day, per person). These are split between waiters/room attendant. They leave small envelopes in your room if you want to tip 'extra', for above & beyond service to individuals and you can deposit those envelopes in a special mailbox at the Front Desk before you get off the ship at cruise end. Read entire member review >>
Very pleased with the cabin, except we had trouble for 2 days with the balcony door. It took 2 days to get it fixed. We payed for a balcony and 2 out of the 7 it was not used. Read entire member review >>
Perfect location, easiest to find, a few steps from the elevator. Walk up to Diamond Lounge, go Dow to Deck 3 for dining, or up to Deck 16 and Windjammer. But forget the bathroom! It came from a 737and a shower was added. The sink is so low and so small we should have brought a bucket. Give us a break! Drawers were in adequate, size and quantity. Luckily we had magnetic hooks, buy a dozen if you are boarding these all steel ships.
Very disappointing. Cabin attendant superior, best ever Read entire member review >>
Great cabin, can't fault it at all. Plenty of storage for a 7-day ship, including a very large closet with safe. The bathroom was nice especially the shower DOOR versus a shower curtain, although some might find it claustrophobic. The bed was great and the bedding was fantastic. Slept like a log. Most importantly, this particular cabin was QUIET, which is nice considering the overall noise level on OASIS. Read entire member review >>
Our ocean view balcony cabin was on the tenth deck, and we were pleasantly surprised by how much storage there was for all of our stuff. Our attendant was lovely and friendly.
Balcony seemed larger than other ships we've been on.
Some noise from crew doors that were nearby. Read entire member review >>
This cabin was not the one we initially booked, as you can read in my review. Upon arriving I had welcome notices in the name of another guest who must have booked their room there initially. The room was clean, attendant was good. The balcony was fine, just not the room I was expecting. Read entire member review >>
Average, The cabin size was expected being on a mega ship, small but manageable. The balcony was beautiful. Being next to the elevator was a plus. Very quiet, next to the library and the private Diamond Lounge (members only). Read entire member review >>
Lots of storage, uncomfortable bed with lumpy divider over mattresses, great tv services to check your account, etc; couch and carpet a bit faded; shampoo only in bathroom dispenser, nice size balcony Read entire member review >>
ROOM: 11318. Good quiet location toward the back of the ship. Fairly spacious veranda room facing the outside port side. Bathroom is tiny and don't think several guests can take a shower in the average one. Can't fit more than one person at a time in the bath room. Did not have a storage problem but don't bring excess luggage. Read entire member review >>
Our balcony room, #11148, had the configuration in which the bed is first and the sofa is by the balcony doors. Last time on the Oasis, our room was opposite, bed by balcony and sofa first. I believe that makes a lot of difference in the roominess of the stateroom. I had not realized what a difference that little detail could make. It seemed difficult to maneuver around the bed to get to the closet; it got a little crowded. Next time, I will try to choose a room with sofa first. By the way, there is plenty of storage for those who, like me, pack way too much. Read entire member review >>
Our oceanview stateroom was decently sized and easily accommodated all 3 people. Space became a little limited when the sofa bed was pulled out, however, there was still enough room in order to be able to get to the balcony. The balcony itself was a fairly standard size as balconies go. Our room was behind Johnny Rockets and when outside the room you could hear the music from the restaurant. However, when you closed the door to the room the room was quiet. Our room steward did an excellent job keeping the room clean and everything was in good repair. I would definitely try to get a similar stateroom in the future, though it might be interesting to get a Central Park balcony just to try it out. Read entire member review >>
The bathroom was surprisingly roomy. I like the fact that the shower is bigger and sits out further. The room itself was very HOT. I called maintenance four times but was told they were doing something via the computer. Nothing happened it was still hot. So the first night was way uncomfortable. Second day I went to the service desk to complain about the room temperature. Finally they came and it cooled off. The bed was not as comfortable as previous cruises, it was lumpy.I did not like the fact that you have to turn side ways to walk around the bed. The door to the balcony is very hard to open. The tv in the room is very nice. There's plenty of space to store your luggage and clothes. Read entire member review >>
Cabin-Balcony, Sea View 4 ****: Our Cabin Steward Imade was absolutely superb, a true gem (12 on a scale of 0-10); cabin slightly smaller than similar cabins on previous cruises (e.g. Radiance of the Seas) this was not a problem except for the reduced storage, i.e. drawer space. The change in policy prohibiting smoking on the balcony was a surprise and very inconvenient (particularly since comfortable smoking areas were so limited, more so because of the severe weather and a large percentage of passengers were Europeans with a high proportion of smokers. Do not understand why smoking on a balcony of a ship travelling at 17 knots seems to be a major issue, after all smokers are paying passengers as well. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin, not too far from the elevator and a short walk to the aft deck on 12 where you could view the aqua theater. A short walk to the windjammer on 16 to get a cup of coffee and fruit to enjoy on the balcony. Read entire member review >>
D6 balcony - First thing I found interesting was that all the cabin doors open out not in, took a few days to get used to. Room seemed smaller this time, electric outlet has been moved to a easier spot with 3 outlets. Cubby holes in the desk that hardly fit anything, the usual draws and a decent size closet with shelves. Bathroom was pretty nice with tile and decent storage area, small low sink was strange and easily flooded. Hot water was plentiful in both the shower and sink, shower was above average. One strange thing was there was so much hot water, and no cold water? Usual small balcony with room for 2 chairs and small round table. A/C shuts off if the balcony door is not locked. Read entire member review >>
#12538 Deck 12, Room 538. Great location. You are right in line with the bridge so you can see officers every once in awhile. The bed is near the closet. I thought the room was a decent size for a cruise ship. We didn't use the balcony very much because our neighbors smoked the whole time. Very close to the elevators, the pools, and the Theaters. A bit of a walk to get to food. Otherwise a great location! Read entire member review >>
Bed near balcony lay out. Plenty of outlets, good storage, Shower was smaller than expected (about the size of a transporter pad on Star Trek. Some noise from above (scrapping of chairs, high heels) but not enough to be a bother (maybe one or two noises a day, ending by midnight). Read entire member review >>
I will have to say the room was small but not as small as I expected. We had an ocean view balcony room and the view was outstanding and it was often relaxing just to sit on the balcony. The bathroom was tight but again this was expected. Your on a ship and not in a hotel. I also would like to think I am going on the ship for activities around the ship, not to spend a lot of time in my room. I can honestly say I don't think I seen the people next to us except once on the balcony. I would say if you going on a cruise to stay in your room, I would choose to stay on land in a hotel which can be very spacious. Read entire member review >>
Exactly as expected and we had no problems. Starboard balcony view, deck 15, mid-ship. Immaculately cleaned by lovely woman. Quiet and comfortable stateroom. Bathroom cramped but adequate. TV was live only for shipboard announcements, but again that is what we expected. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin #6716 was aft, and convenient to all dining venues and the promenade, boardwalk and central park and guest services. This ship has both aft and forward areas to leave the ship for excursions which made leaving the ship so easy. Balcony did, however, overlook the lifeboats. Read entire member review >>
My cabin was on the 14th deck - 14558 (starboard side - ocean view balcony), across from the kids adventure area and just below what I think was a hot tub. Yet, at NO TIME did I encounter any noise what so ever. Not from the hot tub users are the kids across the hall. In fact, it was so quiet and peaceful that several nights I actually fell asleep on the balcony enjoying the sound of the water below (it sounded like a waterfall, very very peaceful). I wished I could have packaged the sound and brought it home with me. Actually, that was one of the most memorable part of the trip; sleeping on the balcony listening to the ocean in total darkness. If I am sailing on this ship again I would definitely request this room again. Don't let being across from the adventure program fool you. It is very very quiet. Read entire member review >>
Very little drawer space. No tissue holder in bathroom. Metal rack in shower slots too wide . Everything falls through unless placed carefully. Glasses had no rack on walls as on the older ships. Being a builder I saw several areas that were compromised compared to the Freedom class ships. Read entire member review >>
ROOM 12322 - great balcony, nice size room. Close to back balcony overlooking the Aqua Theatre. We loved that back balcony, got tons of great photos of ports and the islands. We watched the Aqua Show from that balcony. We did not like Port Side of the ship on this trip as the ship always docked Starboard. Beware, the ports of call dictate which side the boat docks to - so you cant always say Port side is bad. Be prepared to walk a lot if you are at very front or back of boat! Room Attendant RUDY WAS AWESOME! HE GETS AN A+++++++ Shower was nice for the size with shaving foot bar for the ladies. There was no weather channel on the TV, only predictions on the Compass. We would like some sort of active weather alerts. We loved our room. Next cruise however, we are going Starboard mid ship balcony. We will always cruise with a balcony room facing the ocean - too many beautiful views - great photos and HAVE BREAKFAST OUT THERE - ITS FREE EXCEPT THE TIP to the wait person who brings it. We totally enjoyed breakfast on the balcony. Bedsheets were the most exquisite we have ever slept on - fantastic! Beware the stuff in the fridge is not free. We took the water out and stowed it so we could keep beers in there. Plenty of space to stow luggage and unpack clothes! Read entire member review >>
Great quiet location on the aft port side of deck 9. A nice balcony with two chairs and a table where we could enjoy coffee in the morning. Due to the size of the Oasis of the Seas, it was a bit of a walk from our cabin, which was 4th from the end to the lobby stairs or elevator. This was not an issue for us and we enjoyed being a little further from the main lobby areas. However, for someone who has trouble walking, you may want a room closer to the lobbies either forward or aft. Read entire member review >>
We brought 3 suitcases, and there was plenty of room to hide them in the closet.
Lot's of storage everywhere.
Nice TV too. We picked a location near an elevator.
It was always quiet.
It was great for us. No complaints. Read entire member review >>
Good cabin overall, always disappointed that the smoking and non smoking aren't better separated. Smoking should, in my humble opinion, be restricted to the rear of the ship so, whilst in motion, the smoke doesn't pass the non smoking cabins. The cabin attendant was great, with his towel sculptures which delighted both us and the kids each night. Made the beds up perfectly and kept everything spotless. Unfortunately, my wife left behind her companion (George, a soft toy/sleeping aid) and he's never been returned so who knows. maybe he's out there enjoying the high seas? Read entire member review >>
Great design. Easy balcony access, and adequate storage space. The bathroom design in excellent. The round shower is very roomy, the largest of any on any of the 10 ships I have sailed on. Got a low price, and the cabin on deck 6 is just above the life boats. No problem with the view however. Read entire member review >>
Bathroom sink way too low. Two people could not be by the closet at one time. Not enough space between end of bed and wall unit where tv is. Couch too large for the size of the room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 12556. This was across from a door that the crew uses, but we really didn't hear them that much. We loved this location. Starboard side is definitely the best. We loved being up so high, 12th floor. We were also close to the elevators, but you can't hear them at all. These rooms are a bit smaller than some other ships but designed well to put everything away. Read entire member review >>
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