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Oasis of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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3647 reviews
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Too many Children in the Adult areas

Review for Oasis of the Seas to the Western Caribbean
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10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jan 2020
Cabin: Junior Suite

We have cruised on the Oasis a few years ago, wanted to see how it was after rehab. Condition of the ship was very nice. A lot of children for the month of January( no school?) Any way the positive of our cruise was staff were excellent. We seen several children in Schooner Bar, also in the karaoke bar unsupervised. The Solarium is posted Adults only 16 and older, everyday we seen children in there and none of the staff were saying anything too them. I can remember when they had staff posted at the bistro stopping all children from coming into adult area, maybe royal needs to bring this back. I have nothing against children but they are not part of my vacation time. Also the casino rehab is nice but they removed the TV from behind the bar. This cruise they ran out of a lot of liquor in several bars which is very unusual for royal. Giovani's was excellent as always, big shout out to Ahmed great time and service. Boarding and Disembark were smooth. Just my thoughts but it seems like royal is catering to family's and more children, and is getting away from more higher end cruisers.

Cabin Review

Junior Suite

Hopeton was excellent, room and service was outstanding.

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