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Oasis of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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A little older, a little ruder, but overall good

Review for Oasis of the Seas to the Western Mediterranean
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Taliver
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Jul 2019
Cabin: Grand Suite with Balcony
Traveled with children

Okay, the good news: yes, it is a cruise. Yes, there is plenty of good food. Yes, the rooms are cool, dark, and comfortable. Yes, the port logistics are pretty solid. Also, the Coastal Kitchen still very much rocks.

Now, the nit-picky things:

- The Oasis is really starting to show her age, as most of the surfaces in guest rooms are quite warn.

Cabin Review

Grand Suite with Balcony

Cabin GS

A little warn down. You can certainly hear the noise from the pool deck, as you are nearly under the wipeout cafe. The room is a good layout, but the lights are getting a little finicky on the controls.

Port Reviews

Marseille

The ship docked on Tuesday, and every museum was closed. We should have gone with a tour for this one.

Rome (Civitavecchia)

Critical -- if you do not get a tour, make sure to prepurchase a Roma pass which gets you access to the Fora and the Coliseum.

Naples

It's a good hike. A very long bus ride, however.

Naples

A very crowded tourist trap before the start of the tour. So, it likely gives you the feel of visiting ancient Pompei.

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