Stayed at a nearby hotel the day before the cruise that was 3 minutes away to be sure I didn't miss checking in one time. The embarkation and disembarkation well organized and smooth. The curtsey wheel chair was great if you where having ...
After 4 children, 3 grandchildren, and a dog, my husband and I were looking for total relaxation. This was our 20 year anniversary and we wanted to do something special. The room was great, the ship was beautiful, the entertainment was ...
Cases didn't arrive until 7pm, 8 hours after check in.
Food in dining room was cold.
Ice show was like a car crash, with three separate performers hitting the ice.
Last Vegas tenors were average at best. Comedians were good.
This voyage was one of our best experiences with RCI in several years. The staff was always accommodating and friendly.
Guest Services - Outstanding in every respect. They were more than happy to make us happy.
Coastal Kitchen - ...
We went on this cruise with a group of friends as an end of summer vacation.
This was the first time we ever stayed in a Junoir suite, however, it won't be the last. Purchasing a JS made embarkation AWESOME! We checked in immediately ...
We very much enjoyed our time aboard the Oasis of the Seas, Total Eclipse Cruise. My husband and I began planning about 10-11 months beforehand, and thanks to the reviews here on Cruise Critic we were able to navigate the overwhelming ...
This was my third RC cruise. I was skeptical about cruising on a large ship but my concerns were unwarranted. The Oasis crew is exceptional when it comes to managing cruises that are booked to capacity. I prepared and booked my dining ...
Our first family cruise was amazing on the Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas ship. Everything was top notch and the service was impeccable. Loved every minute including the special itinerary that included seeing the total eclipse of the ...
Our family of four plus one newbie to cruising sailed on Oasis of the Seas from Port Canaveral to St. Maarten,Nassau, and St. Thomas. It was also the Total Eclipse cruise. Waiting to embark was a little on the long side as we arrived at ...
We are diamond plus crown and anchor members. So we have a fair idea of what to expect from RC. I am disappointed to say that they were found wanting on a number of fronts
First the stateroom. When we arrived the bin had not been ...
We chose the ship because of the size. We wanted to know how the ship was, and it really fulfilled all our expectations. We had 3 cruising days and 3 stops. And we would need more time to explore the ship and the contents. Great music with ...
1. Awesome, efficient boarding process
2. Great internet speed
3. Best jogging/walking track at sea
4. Very stable ship – you hardly know whether you are in port or are moving
5. Decent wines in the ...
the ship was bigger than i thought, but once i was on board it was really good to see so many people just getting on with things as though it was the norm, which made me feel at home. once i got to my cabin i was much more relaxed, in the ...
We wanted too see the solar eclipse and found this special cruise in order to do so. Being platinum, we along with others who have sailed with Royal Carribbean a lot got the unique privilege of viewing the eclipse from the helipad.....how ...
My wife and I chose this cruise prior to the announcement that it was going to be the Total Eclipse cruise based on information from a travel agent who recommended the ship.
We have cruised a few times on other cruise lines on what we ...
Was lucky to be on this cruise to experience the Eclipse. Travel with our party of 22 with age from 5 to 70. Overall excellent cruise and will do it again if price is right.
Here are the cons in hope RCCL will improve on it for future ...
We originally choose this ship due to the time of year and ports of call. We were super blessed that it fell within the time of the Total Solar Eclipse. It was unfortunate that not all guests had an opportunity to hear or see the concerts ...
We are long time cruisers (Mostly Celebrity) who were traveling with a group of friends. One couple in our group had a 10 year old child and thought the children's DreamWorks activities on the Oasis were desirable. The rest of us had ...
I have decided to write this review because after over 15 cruises on over 10 vessels, this particular boat has been my favorite!
A little perspective- I have sailed with Disney, Carnival, NCL and Royal Caribbean. I traveled with my ...
Such a fantastic ship, great variety of restaurants, bars and great staff!
The cabins are very well proportioned with a king size bed, decent amount of storage and a nice bathroom.
The dining options on the ship cater for everyone, ...
My family and I were on the Oasis of the Seas for a 7 night Eastern Caribbean cruise (St. Maarten, Puerto Rico, Labadee) in August 2017.
The ship in general: The two neighborhoods -- Central Park and Boardwalk -- were amazing. We ...
It was our 4th time with royal Carribean . Once with Voyager of the Sea, 2x with Allure. It was a great experience with Voyager and allure. With Oasis of the Sea , the ship was shaky and rocking everyday when we're sailing . My family and ...
Background: I have been on 14 other cruises, mostly on RC. This trip included myself (58) my Son (26), Sister (51), Nephew (21) and Niece (22). We had two standard balcony rooms on the sixth deck. I really liked this deck... very ...
The ship was clean with excellent food and plenty of entertainment! The spa was excellent and the workout area was well equipped. The staff was friendly and very helpful! I would highly recommend this cruise to anyone! The only drawback ...
This sailing was my 2nd on the Oasis of the Seas and my 16th sailing with Royal Caribbean International. For both sailings on this ship, the experience was pretty great.
A noteworthy thing, (mostly for any/all C&A members...) is ...
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