Recently we have booked most of our cruises based on the ship. We love both the Quantum Class and the Oasis Class ships. A cruise on another type of ship to us is now boring.
The Harmony of the Seas is terrific. She is beautiful. The balcony cabins are very nice. There is so much to do. The Zip line, though short, is great. There is a very nice mini golf course, along with ping pong, basketball, ice skating, water slides, and of course, the Ultimate Abyss, which is a dry slide going from deck 16 to deck 6 in seconds. The entertainment was mostly excellent. They stage play Grease was terrific, as was Columbus, and most of the boarded entertainment. Both Aqua shows were wonderful, as were both Ice shows.. For the most part, they food was excellent. The only time that the ship felt crowded, was when events were held on the Promenade deck. There are many restaurants to chose for any meal. Many are free, but there are also the upscale pay restaurants. We tried Chops, which was excellent. As with the other Oasis class ships, there is the Boardwalk and Central Park. The Solarium area is beautiful and includes spas with Infinity edges.
There is no doubt that we would take this ship again in a heartbeat. The problem is that all three of this class of ship only does the Caribbean, which is, by far, not our favorite destination.
The cabin was very comfortable. It included a good size balcony.. We would have liked a little more drawer space, but realize this ship is built for 7 days cruises, not 13. Our location was aft, which allowed us to walk off some of our meals.
Did not take an excursion, but did use the bus service into town, which was too expensive.