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Price: $$     Size: XL     Refurbished: 4 yrs ago    

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Quantity not quality

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Oasis of the Seas | Sail Date: Feb 21, 2015

We been on this ship 4 years ago and loved it. This time what a difference....the whole ship remind it us old smelly motel.... no quality/taste  of the food  ...overcrowded..

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The ship is great

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Oasis of the Seas | Sail Date: Feb 14, 2015

The entertainment was the best of any cruise.  The flow riders are always full with kids.  I'd like to see an adults only time slot.  There's a fee to use the steam room as part of the spa so we passed on that.  Only had one questionable dining experience because the lobster tails were overcooked.  The Sonora Mexican restaurant is no longer free.  That was a surprise.  Although not publicized RCC allows you take 2 750 ml wine bottles on board which fit nicely into the fridge.  We recommend avoiding the buffet and always eat in the dining room on 3 or at the Central Park café.  The layout was great where you didn't have to walk through the casino.

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small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Oasis of the Seas | Sail Date: Feb 14, 2015

This ship was absolutely beautiful. We traveled with two teenagers(16 years old) and they had a blast, we hardly saw them the whole trip. There are a variety activities happening every minute, and all day long. The food was amazing and so was the service throughout the entire ship!! We have cruised on Royal Caribbean four other times and we have already booked another cruise for next February 2016 right on the ship. They offer great incentives and on board credits!!

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Another Week In Paradise

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Oasis of the Seas | Sail Date: Feb 14, 2015

I should be able to give some constructive criticism, but I can't.  Great food, entertainment and personal attention.  Wind blew a bit, but not your fault.  Our room was cleaned 3-4 times a day, and was spotless.  The food was as good as money can buy anywhere.  The staff were all attentive and friendly.

I recommend Royal Caribbean without reservation.  

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beautiful ship, wow ends there

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Oasis of the Seas | Sail Date: Feb 14, 2015

The ship was beautiful, better than I could have expected. For as many people as were on the ship the only time we felt crowded was on sea days at the buffet for breakfast. All other times were not an issue. Service all around was average, not bad but not what we are used to getting on Princess Cruise Line.  Shows were ok, was disappointed because the reviews made it sound like they were awesome. The ice skating show was the only impressive one. Nightly entertainment in the pub was fantastic, we listened to a solo guitarist/singer named Aaron Copple, he was very entertaining and enjoyable to listen to every night. He will be on the ship till the end of May, i do recommend stopped at the Pub on and listening, he starts around 9:30 and goes till 12:30-1am. Boarding and disembarkation was to be expected. No lines to get off boat at any port. Food wasn't bad but wasn't outstanding. All we heard on the ship and in the mailings was talking about the Royal Caribbean "WOW", but we never experienced that. Too bad, missed opportunity with such a nice ship. All in all not bad but not better than princess which was what was what we were told.

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great service

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Oasis of the Seas | Sail Date: Feb 14, 2015

Great service in the suite  lounge and coastal kitchen. (Mary) the bartender made you feel like home. Servers were great. Room was absolutely fabulous. Our room steward was the best. Shows were absolutely wonderful. 

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small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Oasis of the Seas | Sail Date: Feb 14, 2015

The ship was amazing but the service and food was not there....

No pool area for adults only, no food included when we took an excursion at the dunns river falls....it was very cheap....

For the same price you should try Celebrity concierge class instead.

 

 

 

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Super magnificent mega ship

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Oasis of the Seas | Sail Date: Feb 14, 2015

This was our fifth cruise and third RC cruise .  The ship was everything promised.  Very impressed with the interior of the ship. RC did an excellent job  planning areas of the ship exclusively for different age groups.   One of my biggest complaints on a cruise is that any relaxation time is marred by teenagers and younger people being loud and partying.  I was one of those years ago but now want to be able to get in a hot tub without them.  Love solarium and spent most of my down time there.  Enjoyed getting in my five miles every morning on the 5th deck track.  Service was superb. The entertainment, when we could get a seat was world class.  Much better than other cruises.

Things to improve on. Desserts.  I love to indulge in a good decadent dessert. I understand making small hand held desserts in windjammer but it would have been nice just once to have a truly memorable dessert in the dining room.  Having a bakery where you could buy specially made desserts would be great.  

Classes- In the past classes were a part of every cruise and did not cost extra.  $25.00 to learn how to decorate cupcakes????

Making reservations for the shows was a pain.  I was not told to do so before hand so I had to stand in line to get left over seats.  Im assuming the large number of passengers made that necessary.

Over all the ship, the entertainment, the activities were fantastic.  It was like living in fantasy land for a week.  Now Im sitting here in SC looking out at the snow dreaming of Jamaica.

 

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small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Oasis of the Seas | Sail Date: Feb 07, 2015

The Oasis of the Seas and it's sister ship, the Allure, are our favorite ships. We've bnoth been on over 1oo cruises, which gives us a good means of comparison. We particularly like the concierge lounge and the shoes.

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May 2015 Oasis of the Seas cruise

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Oasis of the Seas | Sail Date: Feb 07, 2015

The Oasis of the Seas is an awesome ship!!!!!!!!!!! RCL really makes the cruise a great experience. Very easy to board & just as quick to leave the ship. Plus so much to do while on the Oasis. The only thing I was less than 100% on was the Chop's Restaurant. Everyone's meal was good (I had the $19 extra porterhouse) but it was just not worth the extra charge ($35 each). I expected more choices. The dessert choices were very limited as were the vegetable selections.  

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Make sure you book your shows well in advance online or as soon as you get on the boat!

Book your entertainment and activities before the cruise to guarantee entrance to the entertainment. Take advantage of all of the programs - you won't be disappointed

From MeetOnCruise iPhone App: Book all your shows online before the cruise. This is crucial or you may not get into some. Do not miss the aqua theater show. It is amazing. This ship and the Allure are UNBELIEVABLE! You will love it.

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