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Oasis of the Seas Review

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Much Improvement on the Oasis but there is more........

Review for Oasis of the Seas to the Western Caribbean
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Srandaz2
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Dec 2019
Cabin: Junior Suite
Jr Suite 7230 Oasis of the seas

Hello again - unlike previous posts about Royal Caribbean and the BIG ships (i.e. Oasis) this one has a little bit of a brighter side since the renovation. I hope i can answer everyone's questions.

I will begin by saying we were on the Oasis in March 2019, and had the opportunity of boarding again Dec 1, 2019 (2 weeks into her maiden voyage since the big renovation).

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I have always thought having a Suite would be a great experience - however the only additional space your receiving outside of the standard Balcony or state room is - A Tub and shower however be advised its not a standard tub as you have to step over the edge getting in about 16" and there is no solid bar to hold onto. The bathroom overall is a bit bigger but how much time do you spend in it. The walk in closet is nice but again its not much different then the standard state room. The overall living area is bigger but unless you planning on spending ungodly amounts of time in the room its really not worth the extra $$. The balconies seem to be a bit bigger but there is too much furniture on them and feels very crowded. The bed is no more comfortable then any other room. The only advantage we seen with this room is it can sleep up to 7 people. But if you have 7 of any body in this room your pretty much in a standard room at this point. Again it was average but i would not spend the additional $$ for the amount of time we stayed in the room. I think this is one of those bragging rights more than anything - Double Points - Different Sea Pass card etc.

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