Oasis of the Seas Review


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

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Sail Date: Dec 2023
Traveled with children

This year we decided to take a Christmas cruise with our family and Oasis of the Seas seemed a good choice, but what a let down! As a diamond member I've cruised more than 15 times with RCL and never expected this regression, it seemed a Carnival Cruise but more expensive. At dinner you could barely move between tables since the ship had more than 6700 passengers and tables were added to fit all these people, but the worst part was the food itself especially in the Windjammer Cafe', not up to RCL standards. Staterooms had many small details that were visible, curtains with small holes and stuck, balcony with clogged drainage, definetely the staterooms showed wear and tear and need urgent update. On the other hand the service was always optimal and they did the best under the circumstances. The ports that we visited were allright, Falmouth, Labadee, Nassau with a bit of more dissapointment the last day in Coco Cay because they went ahead and did all the activities even though it was pouring all day long. We did kayaking and barely could see each other. The shows on the ship were good. We definetely not going to overpay next time with RCL especially during holidays!!

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