3 Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas Cruise Reviews for Family Cruises to Caribbean - All

Main Room attendant treated us more like we were on his personal slave ship than a high end cruise ship. He busted in our room consistently throughout our stay trying to catch someone smoking. When that didn't work he went ahead and ... Read More
Main Room attendant treated us more like we were on his personal slave ship than a high end cruise ship. He busted in our room consistently throughout our stay trying to catch someone smoking. When that didn't work he went ahead and charged 250 dollars to our account cause he claimed he found ashes on our balcony. Good luck keeping your privacy and your money. Nice ship though. The food is good, the excursions are decent but you can get off the sip and find your own excursions just as easy. Little rocky on the way down but its to be expected during this season , once we were in the caribean the cruise was smooth and the weather was great. The casino and entertainment is good The ship is huge so theres plently of places to explore, overall a nice cruise aside from the task master. Royal Carribean is a nice cruise line. Read Less
Sail Date December 2016
The embarkation and disembarkation of the ship went very smoothly and easily. The room was obviously smaller than any of the rooms of other ships we have been on and after a few days the room was feeling very crammed. The two main ... Read More
The embarkation and disembarkation of the ship went very smoothly and easily. The room was obviously smaller than any of the rooms of other ships we have been on and after a few days the room was feeling very crammed. The two main issues that caused the negative experience on this cruise were the kids' clubs and the entertainment. On previous cruises (Carnival and Disney), our 10 year old and 13 year old have greatly enjoyed the kids' clubs and were eagerly looking forward to the kids' club on Oasis. They both visited their respective kids' clubs on Oasis the first day for ~30 minutes and never went back. The both said the kids' club was boring and there was nothing to do. My wife and I love spending time with our kids, but we also want to spend time together, especially in the evenings going out to the comedy club, bars, shows, etc. Obviously, when the kids don't go to the kids' club, there isn't much adult time. Big bummer! Second, the shows were not of the quality we have seen on previous cruises, including Royal Caribbean. The CATS show was long and hard to follow. The show at the Aqua Theatre was average. Given that the Aqua Theatre takes up SO much space, we really thought the show would be far better than it was. Also, these shows all require reservations ahead of time. We have never had to make show reservation on prior cruises. The problem is that the ship had 6,400+ passengers on board and the entertainment venue simply can't accommodate the number of passenger that want to see a show. For example, the comedy club seats only 100 people! On every other cruise we have been on, we have attended and enjoyed multiple comedy shows. However, on Oasis, we were never able to attend a comedy show because there just aren't enough seats. This seems like a horrible design flaw of the ship, or, more likely, terrible entertainment management. Vishal's dinner service was excellent and Ricardo did a great job with our room. The food was not as good as any other cruise we have been on, but was acceptable. We had planned to cruise again on Oasis this summer with extended family (19 people total) to celebrate retirements. However, after this cruise, we will definitely not be on Oasis this summer. We are aggressively looking at other cruise lines and ships. Read Less
Sail Date November 2016
Bigger does not always mean better. WalMart is huge with lots of choices under one umbrella of groceries, hardware, getting your nails done or even an eye exam and tires. Oasis provides a similar array of choices. It is a beautiful ship ... Read More
Bigger does not always mean better. WalMart is huge with lots of choices under one umbrella of groceries, hardware, getting your nails done or even an eye exam and tires. Oasis provides a similar array of choices. It is a beautiful ship but customer service and personality is lacking. It is huge, it is beautiful and offers choices but you will wait in lines forever for activities. Sure it has a carousel, but it is only open a few hours a day. Sure it has a zip line, again only open a few hours a day. It is a handicap accessible ship but not handicap friendly. We took my parents for their 50th anniversary as a gift, they had never cruised before. We had been on 2 recent cruises with Enchantment and Allure with good experiences. We were nearly trampled to death with no special arrangements for handicapped individuals to board. The elevators close so quickly that the wheelchair is constantly getting hit with closing doors that do not seem to sense someone is there. Lining up for shows left wheelchairs near stairs with huge potential fall risks. The impersonal mall-like atmosphere has line dancing, zumba, parades and shopping, but leaves no way for those in wheelchairs or scooters to make their way through. It is chaos. Dining was good. The first night we ate at Chops and it was fantastic, but hugely pricey at $268 for a party of 5. They sang happy anniversary and we received wonderful service. Rooms were clean and steward was on top of everything. LONG lines for customer service constantly. LONG lines for everything. The dining area was so noisy it seemed more like a high school cafeteria with people hollering, it seemed uncivilized. The food was good, but the wait staff seemed stressed and pressed for time and it made it impersonal. I felt sorry for them. There was no joy in their jobs. We went to the Prohibition Party, which again at $35 per person seems pricey. Difficult to get a wheelchair in, and due to impatience of staff getting my mother in, one waiter took it upon himself to press the go button on my mother's scooter, slamming her into the wall and break her toes. She then spent the last 4 days of the 7 day cruise in bed totally black and blue and placed on bed rest by the ship physician. It was awful. What was Royal's response? Why did she allow the waiter to push the button. Like she gave him permission? There was no apology, and for her pain, suffering and missing the cruise, she was offered free medical care when we had already paid for the cruise insurance. The whole process was one of indifference, lacked any compassion, and frankly felt it was disgusting. We will never cruise with Royal Caribbean again and recommend anyone with disabilities to avoid these large mega ships. They staff is stretched too thin to be helpful. Waiting in lines at the buffet or finding a table, there is no wiggle room for wheelchairs or scooters and staff do not have the capacity to help. We had really wanted the occasion to be special. It is very difficult to get to shows - all handicap seating is at the back, and late comers and drunkards are allowed to be at the back, so you get nothing from the shows whatsoever. Read Less
Sail Date November 2015
Oasis of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.4
Dining 4.0 4.1
Entertainment 5.0 4.4
Public Rooms 5.0 4.5
Fitness Recreation 3.0 4.3
Family 5.0 4.3
Shore Excursion 3.0 3.9
Enrichment 1.0 3.9
Service 4.0 4.4
Value For Money 3.0 3.9
Rates 5.0 3.8

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