AquaTheater Suite with Balcony (A1): Oasis of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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AquaTheater Suite with Balcony Cabins

14 Reviews
Two bedrooms (beds can convert to Queen), two Pullman beds. Vanity with chair in each bedroom, living area with double convertible sofa, dining room, marble entry, entertainment center, two bathrooms - master bath with tub. Expansive balcony with table and chairs. (823 sq. ft., balcony 772 sq. ft.)

AquaTheater Suite with Balcony (A1)
Decks: Deck 8
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AquaTheater Suite with Balcony Cabin Reviews
Cabin 8730
Dec 2016
2 bedroom was great for us. We had to families of four. Kids sleep in living room while adults had their own bedrooms.
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Cabin 10717
Dec 2016
Awesome! By: drchrds
Neat and clean, nice size room. You can sit on your balcony and watch the movie. The Aquatheater is awesome. The carousel is beautiful, but they ring a bell before each ride starts...gets annoying until you can block it out.
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Cabin 9645
Feb 2014
Quite Relaxing Cruise By: gearshift
Room was ample. Did not spend a lot of time in it. Could have used more closet space.
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Dec 2013
we enjoyed the cabin very much. it was roomy and very clean. having the balcony made it extra nice. the frig was always well stocked as was the ice. any requests we made from our steward were taken care of quickly and with a smile.
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Cabin 14315
Jul 2011
tiny closet space, we were in a balcony room facing the aqua theater. we can hear the scream of the zipliners. it was kind of noisy. very comfortable beds. Stateroom steward was very nice.
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Cabin 10315
Jun 2010
If one is noise phobic, a Boardwalk balcony might need some consideration. The Boardwalk area of the Oasis is a very active area of the ship. Being the home of the Aqua Theater makes the Boardwalk a very lively area. For us, that was something we really enjoyed about it. We enjoyed experiencing all of the activities. We could either go down and get involved or observe from afar. The room itself met all of our needs. We enjoyed having breakfast on the balcony, the flat-screen TV, and felt storage space was appropriate for the week.
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