The cabin was cleaned twice a day =) However we were at the front of the ship. If you get mothion or sea sick like I do I strongly recommend getting a room closer to the middle of the ship and not the front of the ship. We got off the ship yesterday and both my husband and I feel as if we are still onboard the Oasis. Read entire member review >>
I loved the cabin balcony! If you want to get great photographs of the sunrises and sunsets, chose the port side of the ship. Also they can be viewed on Deck 15. The daily "Cruise Compass" lists the time the sun rises and sets. My cabin was great for two people, but with three, you had to use the sofa bed. When it was extended, there was hardly any room to walk. The bathroom is very small but was fine for me. Read entire member review >>
Nice, with all we needed. I would have prefered with the square an ample window, but it was ok with the round one.
Enough space and appropriate space for accomodate belongings.
Fabolous bed and linen
We like the detail that every evering Chris the costarican guy,, the attendant,, surprised us with a new figure made with the towel. Read entire member review >>
Plenty of space to store luggage, 2 closets and a mini fridge. We brought our own bottled water and juice boxes for kids. Comfy beds. Small shower but we did discover the shower faucet is removable and you can use it to spray kids if they are unable to shower alone. Read entire member review >>
The cabin have very comfortable and large beds. With three of us sleeping-two adults and one teenager- there was ample wardrobe space and the bathroom facilities were very good. Read entire member review >>
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