Sail Date: December 2009
Hi.. Let me start by stating we traveled with my 19 yr old daughter her 20yr old boyfriend and my son 17yrs. We also traveled with four friends of ours. We stayed at I believe it was the airport Ramada in Ft Lauderdale and we paid 10.00 a ... Read More
Hi.. Let me start by stating we traveled with my 19 yr old daughter her 20yr old boyfriend and my son 17yrs. We also traveled with four friends of ours. We stayed at I believe it was the airport Ramada in Ft Lauderdale and we paid 10.00 a day to leave our vehicle there and take the shuttle bus to the cruise. Embarkation had its issues first time I have ever had to wait an hour to board, but this will happen because it is a new ship. We got on the ship and I was in AWE. It was beautiful we found our rooms all cleaned and ready. Soon after we received our bags and its now time for muster drill. Which was the shortest most comfortable ever. We went to one of the theatre's and they had the info on TVs placed all over the theatre that was it. Our room was a balcony it was kinda small I thought for a balcony, the worst was the little bitty tiny sink. It was clean and the Bed was so comfortable I did not want to get out of it. All the spaces on the ship were nothing like I have seen. The shows Top Notch!! We did not do the pools we have a pool at home not a priority for us. Casino was the biggest I have ever seen half of the casino is smoking and half is non smoking. No smoking at the bar in the casino but you can smoke at the little tables by the bar. No cigar bar which I missed I love the smell of cigars, my husband loves to smoke cigars. You can smoke in a small corner of the Bolero Latin themed club. At the Schooner you can smoke at the bar only. At Blaze you can smoke in the corner feels like your in a dungeon. Dazzles upstairs towards the back only. Im not sure why so many non smokers complain there are many more non smoking areas than smoking. The restaurants on board were outstanding we ate at Chops great steaks. Giovanni's was great best tiramasu I have had. Central Park Cafe was my favorite made to order salads and sandwiches and wraps. They had a couple parties in the Royal promenade which were great. My 17yr old son stayed on the flowrider the whole time. We had paid for him to lessons the very first night we were on the ship and then he was hooked. My husband and my son and few other boys rented the flowrider for two hours, it was great. There were a couple things that were problems. We had 118,000 points on our RC Visa card and had received our coupons in the mail I copied them and mailed them into RCCL for 1250.00 OBC. I called before we left for the cruise and they had said they received them and we're on our account. When we got on the Boat only 300.00 was on our account They great lady Hayley at the pursers desk helped us it took a few days and 1250.00 finally showed up. BOA and RCCL need to get together and make this a user friendly program. The towels were a issue if you need a pool towel you have to check them out. The last night of the cruise my kids received a note that they did not turn a towel in. My son took it right down and checked it in and they still charged us 20.00 and 20.00 on my daughters account. One more thing was in St Maarten we had purchased a bottle of Huckleberry Liquor that is made on the island. When we came on the ship they took it and said they would return it the last night of the cruise. Not our first cruise so this was not a problem I knew they would take it away. However they did not return it and had no idea where it was. Other than the few issues I loved the Oasis of Seas and those few things will not and did not ruin a great cruise. We are looking into reserving Allure of the Seas Inaugural. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2009
Maiden Voyage and observations OASIS of the SEAS The Oasis did not look as large as we expected as we approached the dock. We were in for a surprise after we boarded. RCL said we would only take 15 minutes from curbside to ship with the ... Read More
Maiden Voyage and observations OASIS of the SEAS The Oasis did not look as large as we expected as we approached the dock. We were in for a surprise after we boarded. RCL said we would only take 15 minutes from curbside to ship with the new boarding procedures. After about an hour of waiting in a large terminal, we finally were boarded. Seems that back-to-back passengers had to get off the ship before they could get back on make sense? Not really. As we boarded, we suddenly became like a kid in a candy store. We boarded on deck #5 which is the Promenade. There was so much to see and hear that we felt overwhelmed. The free champagne and rum punches helped to get us deeper into the mood of vacation. There was no-one available to take us to our stateroom. However, the interactive touch screens in the hall right next to the elevators gave great directions to your room and other venues of interest. Just touch and read. Our stateroom was a category C-2, Central Park Balcony. While it was a beautiful room, we missed seeing the ocean, after all we were on a cruise. The interactive TV in the room was a nice addition. It could show you any bookings you have made, whether they were shore-excursions or just dinner reservations. It helped to keep your schedule in order. We had the "my-time" dining option and had to pay our gratuities up front with the full passage price. We liked that since we no longer had to think about tipping. We did tip extra to our wait-staff for their excellent service. "Andung' and "Florin" helped make our trip memorable. Yes, you can ask for a certain table, certain waiters and certain times while on "my-time" dining. Our only disappointment was that on Lobster Night, we were not offered seconds on lobster tail. Oh well, maybe it was for the better what with all the other foods offered. We tried three of the six or so pools we found. Our favorite was the"beach pool" with its salt water. Be prepared to go to one of the pools to rest a bit after scouting our all the areas on board. The one problem we had at poolside was the "piped in music" we heard. It made us think we were in Motown rather than in the Caribbean. The live bands stayed with the Caribbean theme, but whoever is in charge of "canned" music had no idea where the ship was cruising. You may feel like a marathoner, the ship is so large. The pool for the High Dive and water show is another feat to marvel at. The depth can be changed by hydraulically moving the bottom. Of course, talking about the water show leads us to the other shows. Once you signed up for a reservation to a show, you were put into a computer. You had no ticket to hold. The Ice Show in Studio B, "Hairspray" in the theater, the comedy show, "Come Fly with Me" and so on was never sold out so you could easily get in if you forgot to reserve. Maybe this was so due to the ship not being completely full. We are not into partaking of the Flow Riders, the Rock Climbing Wall, the Zip Lines and such but we certainly did enjoy watching those who did use these facilities. The features at the Boardwalk were fun to see especially when there were activities for the kids. It seems that many of us became kids again. We saw as many adults on the Carousel as we saw lids. Everyone was having a Ball !! Basically, we had a great cruise. Were there any things we'd change? Of course. No one can ever please everyone all the time. What did we think was lacking or could be changed? Not Much! We certainly missed the chocolates on the pillow at night time. The only place to get a fast sandwich for lunch was on a lower deck dining area. We'd have liked to see sandwiches available in the "Windjammer Marketplace" ( the upper deck buffet ). I must admit that I still prefer the older way of having Lifeboat Drills. Watching a video does not do it !! Read Less
Sail Date: December 2009
This time only a short review, it's christmas eve and I am too lazy for more :-) This was our 9th cruise, 3rd this year and 2nd to the Carribean. Had been on Carnival Miracle to the Eastern Carribean before, see ... Read More
This time only a short review, it's christmas eve and I am too lazy for more :-) This was our 9th cruise, 3rd this year and 2nd to the Carribean. Had been on Carnival Miracle to the Eastern Carribean before, see http://www.cruisecritic.com/memberreviews/memberreview.cfm?EntryID=22241 Embarkation: Came by car to FLL, took the rental car shuttle to terminal 18. Free of charge, quick and easy. Embarkation was not done in 15 minutes as promised, but the 25 minutes from entering the terminal to get to the cabin were still quite OK. Took longer than necessary due to very unqualified employees at the checkin counters. There were not too many people (fortunately) and they had lots of counters open, but they have to train the people to know what to do. Total chaos, at least it felt like it. Ship: Wow, isn't that what everybody says ? Have to agree. Bigger is not always better, but for our taste it has much more advantages than disadvantages. Enough descriptions around what to find on the ship, so I skip that. Loading and unloading people to/from ship was besides disembarkation (more later) always well organized and took much less time than on most smaller ships we have been on. Food: Had My Time Dining and in general like the concept of going to the dining room whenever we like. Have been there only once during this cruise and had no wait at all to get a table for two. Waiters and all employees in our area where surprisingly unfriendly, stressed and hectic. We did not like the menue that evening and did not like at all the menues we checked the other days, so we never got back there. Tried to remove the gratuities due to that for the dining room stuff, but that is impossible with MTD. Unfair I think, because this time there was nobody who earned the money.... Had most meals in Windjammer buffet and liked it. Always something to our taste. Also used Sorrento and Park Cafe sometimes, both nice. Had none of the pay restaurants this trip and did not miss it either. Entertainment: Big Big surprise ! We are usually not easy to impress and do not like most of the entertainment we have seen on ships so far. Different this time. Only exception was the show we thought would be the best: Headliner Mosaic. Great performers, exceptional voices but the choice of titles they performed was horrible. We were so disappointed! Only the additional song at the very end (Black Eyed Peas - I Gotta Feeling) was very good. Shame that this was the only one. Frozen in Time, the ice show was fantastic, especially the special appearance of the Ukraine sand artist. Come Fly with me was much much better than we expected, the choreography was in parts just plain superb. Very good choice of songs, great singers, dancers and artists, very good technical effects. The comedians were funny and good. The Aqua show was much better than we thought, and the Aqua theater is really something very special on board a ship. Did not like the parades on deck 5, did not see Hairspray. Casino big and Las Vegas style, lots of slots and table games. Just the concept of the Poker tournaments is a flop, they have no SitnGo just a "tour" where you qualify for later tournaments to win "big prizes". Nothing I look for on a ship, so I did not participate. Disembarkation: Express disembarkation started to work quite well, were able to leave the ship by 6.45 am But the immigration process was horrible. Probably not directly RCCL fault, but they had by far not enough counters open, the people working there were extremely slow, so it took forever to get the people moving out. Had still enough time to get to MIA, using a GO Shuttle for 52 USD for the two of us, took only maybe 25 minutes due to low traffic on a Saturday morning. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2009
To say this ship is large is an understatement. Boarding went very quickly and we went first to our stateroom. Luggage arrive about 2 hours later. The 32 in. TV was impressive, although the content was mostly the same...Lucy, 2 1/2 Men, ... Read More
To say this ship is large is an understatement. Boarding went very quickly and we went first to our stateroom. Luggage arrive about 2 hours later. The 32 in. TV was impressive, although the content was mostly the same...Lucy, 2 1/2 Men, etc. Touring the ship was next. Plenty of elevators and mostly not full. Lots to do on this ship and it takes about 2 days to really find your way around. Meals in the Opal Dining room (we had My Time Dining, which worked well) were average; service was excellent. The Windjammer on the 15th deck was much improved over previous ships although it was very crowded most of the time. Good variety of food. We'd recommend Sorrento's Pizza on the Prominade Deck and the Park Cafe in Central Park..both busy but excellent food. The main problem was leaving the ship when our cruise was over. We were in Group 74 and didn't get off the ship until almost 10 AM. Also, we came into Port Everglades at about 4:30 AM and were on the starboard side, next to the debarkation building. It was very noisy and we didn't get much sleep after arriving. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2009
First, let me start off by admitting. I am spoiled rotten. I havent had such a terrific vacation in years. This ship offers such a wide variety of activities to choose from there's no reason to even get off the ship during ports of ... Read More
First, let me start off by admitting. I am spoiled rotten. I havent had such a terrific vacation in years. This ship offers such a wide variety of activities to choose from there's no reason to even get off the ship during ports of call days. The stateroom was more than adequate with few nice enhancements to the room since the last time I cruised on Royal. First was the nice widescreen flat panel LCD tv. Was about 40" and had a standard variety of SD Cable/Satellite programming. In addition to the On Screen Interactive capabilities (there is a keyboard which comes with the TV so you can sign up for wireless internet or use the TV itself to surf the web) , the TV also allows you to sign up for activities and reserve a table at any one of the several specialty restaurants on board. There is also a built in calendar feature which shows you the customized itinerary for your trip and you can add to it at any time, anything you want. Lets see, when talking about the neighborhood concept, I felt very much drawn to two locations in particular. 1) Entertainment place, which featured the Studio B, Comedy Club , Jazz on 4, and the Casino - awesome Casino, although they could have sprung a few extra bucks for some more of the super enhanced slots like they have at Wynn and MGM in Vegas. 2) Boardwalk, which features the Carousel, Shops, Seafood Shack, Art Auction, Photo Portrait Studio, and Aqua Theater. The Aqua Show Oasis of Dreams is a must see and has some amazingly talented divers , most of whom are not too bad to look at. Overall, nothing I can complain about this cruise. I loved it so much, I am going again!! This coming week. See you later, and have fun on Oasis of the Seas Read Less
Sail Date: December 2009
Every Christmas we take a trip somewhere nice, after staying at some of the nicest resorts in the Caribbean and Hawaii, I caught a special on Fox News about the Oasis of the Seas and decided to book the December 19 Christmas cruise. (I am ... Read More
Every Christmas we take a trip somewhere nice, after staying at some of the nicest resorts in the Caribbean and Hawaii, I caught a special on Fox News about the Oasis of the Seas and decided to book the December 19 Christmas cruise. (I am so glad we did). My review is as follows: We arrived in Ft Lauderdale at 10:00am on Spirit Airlines, the first thing I noticed was that RC had the shuttle service available at that terminal even though it did not mention it on their website which is where we booked the cruise. We decided to take a taxi to the ship it cost $20 with tip the RC shuttle would have been $30. We were there 30 minutes quicker than the shuttle anyway. The check-in was smooth as silk, we were taken upstairs and expected that we were going to have to wait for a while, nope, we were allowed to board at 11:00am. After you walk up the gangway you enter the Promenade, first impression was WOW what an incredibly beautiful ship. Kinda like walking into a mall. We were not allowed into our cabin until 1:00pm so we did some exploring of the upper decks. The solarium was going to be home for us while cruising. First night we had dinner in the main dining room we had My Time Dining which was very nice, just walk up and eat, this was even better during the cruise as our schedule remained very flexible. Food in the main dining room was better than any of inclusives I have stayed. We ate there 3 times during the cruise, on lobster night my wife had two lobster entrees and I had prime rib and a lobster entree. Formal nights were on the second and 6th night. Our other dining experiences were at Chops Grill, now that was my favorite, the ribeye was the best I have had in quite a while. The other night we ate at the 150 Central Park the Signature restaurant, we had a very upscale 6 course dinner, it was very good along with the premium wine pairing, that's a lot of wine folks, so be prepared. We ate at most every other venue on the ship we could, my least favorite was the Windjammer, and favorites were the Seafood Shack, Johnny Rockets and the healthy buffet in the Solarium Bistro. The Cafe in Central Park is also very good, its best to mix up the food as it is different in every venue. Yes you pay a few more dollars at some of these restaurants but it is worth it, even had a cupcake, and they are as good as they look. Shows were all first class and very entertaining, Hairspray, Frozen in Time the Ice Show, Come Fly with Me, Oasis of Dreams. Comedy Club, DONT FORGET YOUR RESERVATIONS BEFORE YOU BOARD. The reason I say this is our cruise had about 3000 plus guests which was by design, I think when it is fully booked it may be harder to get a show. There is so much to do on the ship that you can do something different every hour, plus you will get plenty of exercise walking around this behemoth. It is very easy to get around and never had to wait on an elevator ever. Service was first class everywhere, better than any resort I have ever been to. We gambled every day and night and the slots were looser than most shore bases casinos, although I played Blackjack most of the time, even won the Blackjack tournament which cost you $20 to enter. Spa, cant say I enjoyed it, (LOL) my wife spent my life's savings getting treatment and services and when they add that tip it gets pricey in a hurry, watch out guys. Drinks, that was my specialty, Jack and Ginger, wine, Champagne Bar, pina coladas all were well made. Ports, well I had already been to all of them before so we only went ashore in Nassau for about 2 hours and about 4 hours in St. Thomas, longer in St. Maarten as the beach was right next to the ship. All in all Royal Caribbean has done a magnificent job with this ship, there was virtually no motion on the ship at all, my wife is very motion sensitive and she made it fine with her patches, but honestly you could not tell you were moving most of the time. This is a ship that you can spend the full seven days without ever leaving to go ashore. Every person we met said the same about this ship and on our cruise is was 50 diamond cruisers on-board. Life is what you make of it, and I would recommend this ship to anyone. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2009
My family and I (11 of us) spent 12/19 - 12/26 on the 3rd cruise on the new Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas. It was simply amazing. This cruise was the 14th that we have taken, mostly on RCC. Not to bore anyone with info that they can ... Read More
My family and I (11 of us) spent 12/19 - 12/26 on the 3rd cruise on the new Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas. It was simply amazing. This cruise was the 14th that we have taken, mostly on RCC. Not to bore anyone with info that they can read on the RCC website but most days on the ship, you would be very hard pressed to believe that you were on a cruise ship. We had dinner at Chops one night (which was fantastic). Chops is on the deck with the Central Park which is to the sky. Sitting is Chops, we looked out the window and saw trees, bushes, and flowers blowing in the wind....increadible. This is a ship where the ports really don't matter because you really don't need to get off the ship. Getting on and off the ship was a breeze. We carried our luggage off and from our room to the car, going through Customs, wasn't even 10 minutes. Also, the only line of the ship that I ever saw was for Bingo. In short, the Oasis has reset the bar for cruising. Read Less
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Sail Date: December 2009
Hi fellow cruisers. We just cruised on the Oasis of the Seas Dec.12th for 1 week and there is not enough room to write everything good about this experience. The food was so so. I have had a better selection on other Royal Caribbean ... Read More
Hi fellow cruisers. We just cruised on the Oasis of the Seas Dec.12th for 1 week and there is not enough room to write everything good about this experience. The food was so so. I have had a better selection on other Royal Caribbean ships. Windjammer was a little confusing with the circular stations. People were everywhere. I prefer the single line buffets better. Room was great with a spacious washroom, huge flat screen TV with access to your e-mail and all the activities on the ship. You can book everything from your room if you have not done it from home. I could go on about all the great things to do on this ship but I would suggest you all try it for yourself. I will mention that the entertainment is above excellent. I can't wait to return to her or Allure of the Seas. You really need 2 weeks to see and do it all. Don't forget to Zipline. Embarkation was true to their word. 15 minutes from curb to ship. Disembarkation was a longer and if you are American be prepared to wait in the huge line up at Customs. Luckily we are Canadian so had no line up. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2009
Sail Date: Maiden Voyage on December 5, 2009 Embarkation/Disembarkation: These two processes are so streamlined that you spend less than 15 minutes coming and going. So for those who have firmly and negatively said no way...this is not ... Read More
Sail Date: Maiden Voyage on December 5, 2009 Embarkation/Disembarkation: These two processes are so streamlined that you spend less than 15 minutes coming and going. So for those who have firmly and negatively said no way...this is not valid reason for not sailing on this magnificent ship. First Impressions: as you drive up to the ship it does not initially appear to be bigger than the Freedom class. However, this is deceptive once you get closer...she is a beauty and BIG! Walking in on the Promenade level leaves you breathless and all you can say is WOW! In fact, we kept saying it over and over again like a broken record. The champagne was nearby and flowing a focal point on that deck was the Rising Tide bar; it was rather like a Star Trek encounter. Everything looked and felt new although a number of special guests had already experienced her we were going to be and were the ones to be spoiled in the days ahead: thank you Crown & Anchor & Royal Caribbean for our many gifts! It was hard deciding which direction to turn to but we headed up the stairs towards the BOARDWALK! The floor above gave us a vantage point and a sense of direction. For those who think they will never sail the Oasis class because of the crowds consider this ship because of the 7 neighborhoods. There are so many places to be and so many options that we never felt overwhelmed. Of course, on the maiden voyage, the number of passengers was reduced but even then at full capacity I don't think crowding is a cause for concern. Dining: the options are endless! However, not everything comes without a cost but it's well worth splurging. For breakfast, try Johnny Rockets with its good ole American style food at no cost. Also on the Boardwalk you can find the "Seafood Shack" and that extra splurge was worth it...we did lunch. The downside if there is a downside is that there is no air conditioning just fans. Central Park has three new dining features - Giovanni's Table, 150 Central Park and Park Cafe. We loved the last two but Giovanni's Table had a rather negative attitude via their host/maitre that seemed more consumed by his reservation system than coming by and being gracious. If you want a romantic meal do not come here as the acoustics were horrible! The menu reminded me of "Italy" but do not be swayed by the recommendations...select what you really want. We had the antipasti plate and the freshly sliced prosciutto was delicious, the crab ravioli was disappointing but I love the meal. FYI, the restaurant serves family-style which is a nice way of sampling lots of different dishes. 150 Central Park was beautifully and elegantly decorated. The prix fixe menu was unique; be ready to have your palate stretched and do keep an open mind. Chef Keriann truly is innovative and who would have thought of having a beet sorbet as part of a sampling menu? I look forward to sampling some of her other offerings someday and she is also from my hometown! The specialty martini sounded rather bizarre but was a delicious concoction; kudos to the creator. We felt as though we were getting our vitamins via our martini and our recommended dose of vitamins. All in all dine here with a very open mind. Our favorite eatery in this neighborhood was the Park Cafe! The roast beef sandwich was the best I have ever had and we managed to sneak over here more than once. This cafe also offered other sandwich offerings, two different daily soup offerings, a salad bar that you could have created with different offering daily and of course a selection of yummy looking desserts. The Promenade had the same Voyager class options from Sorrento's Pizza and the yummy Cupcake Cupboard. You never can go wrong with any of the optional choices. The Windjammer has altered its menu to include more offerings for the Asian cruisers; I saw fried rice and salmon for breakfast. A plus is that the bacon is so much better now that is if you like crispy bacon. All in all, I prefer not eating in the Windjammer. Main dining was our choice for dinner and we had a wonderful waiter and assistant waiter: Wilson and Christopher. We felt bad that we were not there every night since we had reservations at Giovanni's Table and 150 Central Park! Entertainment/Activities: I highly recommend booking your entertainment options prior to sailing! However, it appeared relatively easy to book events once onboard. We loved the ice show, the Nelson Twins, the Aqua show despite the downpour at the end and the production show. It was nice having a "Broadway" option via "Hairspray" as an alternative to the usual show options; grazie mille! Improvements: Kudos to Royal Caribbean in improving the photo experience. Our Sea Pass cards now come with personalized id numbers allowing you to view your photos at Focus and then easily find your own photos contained within a folder. Gone are the days when you had to fight fellow passengers and paw through photos to find yours. THANK YOU isn't sufficient enough to express my gratitude to eliminating this once horrible experience. New Items The touch screens available on each deck (mid-ship) allow you to find your cabin, check on activities, the availability of the various dining spots etc. made our lives so much easier. It is really hard to get lost now! NO MORE SHOWER CURTAINS! Thank you for eliminating those we were in a D1 hump cabin but had the opportunity of touring other cabins in our cabin crawl one of the most impressive was the aft Aqua Suite! The Grand Suite which is normally impressive paled in comparison. Sadly we did not have an opportunity to look at a loft suite...someday perhaps. Also in the shower is a foot level stand which makes shaving your leg so much easier. The casino is so much better now that there is a smoking vs. non-smoking area! The spa area, Vitality is humongous and very welcoming with more of a relaxed atmosphere. For adults only, the Solarium area is an "oasis"...one afternoon I came across a complimentary upper body chair massage. The cantilever hot tubs now come with a large screen tv! In closing, I highly recommend experiencing the Oasis of the Seas for the many options available. Have an open mind and be awed and have your "WOW" experience; trust me you will say that more than once. Also, make sure you have time to claim your childhood...I rode on the carousel! Read Less
Sail Date: December 2009
First and foremost we loved the ship. The different neighborhoods are quite amazing and Central Park gave us goosebumps just walking through it. The Royal Promenade is very nice, too, and felt spacious except on the rainy day at sea when ... Read More
First and foremost we loved the ship. The different neighborhoods are quite amazing and Central Park gave us goosebumps just walking through it. The Royal Promenade is very nice, too, and felt spacious except on the rainy day at sea when all 6,500 passengers seemed to congregate there! Overall the ship lacks the flow that we have come to expect from RCCL ships, but apparently this design was intentional since the massive crowds would be a little more compartmentalized. We were on deck 12 with a balcony room that faced the ocean. Good location and the balcony had a taller table with 2 chairs. The beds were very comfortable with improved linens and pillows. Bathroom and amenities were similar to Voyager and Freedom class ships except that there is less storage. The biggest critique of the cabin was the lack of storage space. The closet seemed smaller (but width, depth, and height). Fewer shelves inside the closet for personal items and the safe was smaller, too. The TV was huge but there was relatively no other space for storage in the room - just 3 drawers and 2 small narrow cubbies. The couch was comfortable. It was difficult to keep the room cool enough for our taste. The food was very good and we loved Giovanni's Table; the pappardelle was amazing and the wait staff was attentive and easy on the eyes. Don't waste your time with the Solarium Bistro. It has "healthier choices" but they come at a price (both $20 per visit as well as in taste and texture). Biggest complaints: (1) The spa area is nice but the steam/sauna areas are co-ed and cost $30 a day! Ridiculous!!! & (2) The rooms are SMALL! We had a balcony room but the closet is significantly smaller and with the European design of the furnishings there are fewer drawers and enclosed cubbies to hide the stuff. Compliments: (1) The staff was very friendly. It was great to reconnect with so many staff members we had met on previous cruises. While we had a wonderful time, it will be a while before we go again on the Oasis. Read Less
Oasis of the Seas Ratings
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Cabins 4.0 0.0
Dining 4.0 0.0
Entertainment 5.0 0.0
Public Rooms 5.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 3.0 0.0
Family 5.0 0.0
Shore Excursion 3.0 0.0
Enrichment 1.0 0.0
Service 4.0 0.0
Value For Money 3.0 0.0
Rates 5.0 0.0

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