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Oasis of the Seas overview

By Cruiseline.com - Updated Sep. 17, 2019

Aimed at active couples, families, and solo travelers, Oasis of the Seas offers a true mega-ship cruise adventure with more action-packed activities than you can experience in a single week at sea. On one of the world's largest cruise ships, travelers can enjoy endless fun in the pool and sports zone, which has a zip line, two climbing walls, and dual surf simulators. While adults spend a quiet moment in the Vitality spa or Solarium, younger travelers can stay busy in the Royal Babies & Tots Nursery and Ocean Adventure club on Kids' Avenue. And from beloved Broadway musicals to themed party nights, there's always something happening in the theater and along the Boardwalk or Royal Promenade.

Even though Oasis launched back in 2009, passengers can still expect the cutting-edge technology and amenities Royal Caribbean is known for. Royal completely overhauled the dining options and amenities on Oasis during a 2014 dry-dock makeover, and additional improvements are scheduled for the end of 2019. The Royal Amplified updates will expand the water sports and games areas and add new dining venues, such as El Loco Fresh and Jamie's Italian by Jamie Oliver. Royal Caribbean will also be introducing updated lounges and clubs, including adult arcades and karaoke bars for Instagram-worthy nights.

Oasis of the Seas is perfect for active travelers of all types: thrill-seekers, teens, solo travelers, millennials, and couples, along with multigenerational families with varied interests.

Oasis of the Seas itineraries includes sailings from Miami and Fort Lauderdale to destinations in the Eastern and Western Caribbean including Mexico, Haiti, Jamaica, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. A few select itineraries in 2019 will include stops in Spain, Italy, and the Western Mediterranean prior to the upcoming refurbishment. After May 2020, the updated ship will depart from the New York City area at the Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne, New Jersey. Itineraries will take travelers to The Bahamas and Royal Caribbean's exclusive Perfect Day at CocoCay theme park.

What is there to do on Oasis of the Seas?

  • Rock-climbing walls and zip lines
  • Sports deck with full-sized courts
  • FlowRider surf simulators
  • Teen-only activity spaces
  • Ocean Adventure activities
  • Complimentary nursery care
  • AquaTheater diving and acrobatics
  • Studio B ice rink and arena
  • Production of “Cats” at the Opal Theater
  • Jazz and comedy clubs
  • Adults-only Solarium
  • Fifteen specialty restaurants
  • Vitality spa and fitness center
  • Duty-free designer outlets
  • Casino Royale gambling

Before You Book

Why Sail Oasis of the Seas: Travelers looking for a more intimate atmosphere may not enjoy the bustling activity and crowds on this ship.

You Should Know Travelers looking for a more intimate atmosphere may not enjoy the bustling activity and crowds on this ship.

Oasis of the Seas ratings:

  • Cabin / Stateroom 4.5
  • Children's Programs 4.3
  • Destinations and Excursions 4.2
  • Embarkation and Disembarkation 4.4
  • Entertainment 4.5
  • Food and Dining 4.3
  • Onboard Activities 4.4
  • Service and Staff 4.6
  • Ship Quality 4.7

Oasis of the Seas cabins

2747 cabins and 76 cabin categories.

Inside Cabin


(148 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 174 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $98/night
Oceanview Cabin


(90 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 201 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $118/night
Balcony Cabin


(860 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 188 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $124/night
Suite Cabin


(73 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 661 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $313/night

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Oasis of the Seas dining



(7 Reviews)
Windjammer Marketplace

Windjammer Marketplace

(4 Reviews)
The Grande Restaurant

The Grande Restaurant

(3 Reviews)
150 Central Park

150 Central Park

(39 Reviews)

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Oasis of the Seas onboard activities

Hall of Odds

Hall of Odds

(2 Reviews)
Sky Bar

Sky Bar

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3342 Oasis of the Seas Reviews

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Great Ship lots of things to do by penna17536

Sail date: / Traveled as: Family (young children)
Ship: Oasis of the Seas

Ship was great and room service good too. only big thing was the windjammer was not open for dinner.

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Excellent cruise, great ship, water show outstanding! by kathow519

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple
Ship: Oasis of the Seas / Destination: Caribbean - Bahamas

A great cruise, would highly recommend. Only issues was air filtration in casino, even the smokers were complaining.

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Signs of the times on Oasis of the Seas by cok

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple
Ship: Oasis of the Seas

We were happy with the guidelines that ensured the health and safety of the passengers and crew members.

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Mar 04, 2015

Come Fly With Me is one of the greatest shows I have ever seen & I have been to many Broadway Shows.


Feb 05, 2012

The BEST place to relax on this ship is the Solarium! Adults only, so NO kids..A GREAT way to spend a port day when most are off the ship!


Oct 11, 2016

Eat at Solarium Bistro to avoid crowds in Windjammer. Look at other tour providers (other than ship excursions) online before your trip to save big $ on tours. For example, ship booked tour for one island was $129 and purchased before trip through another provider was only $20. Same tour.

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