A Fantastic Voyage
Oasis of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern
Ship: Oasis of the Seas
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 7 years ago
Review SummaryRCCL has definately UPPED it game with the Oasis. Nothing beats sailing on a new ship when it comes to the freshness both in terms of cleanliness and the interaction with the staff. We already believed that RC staff are the most professional and friendly, but they really outdid themselves on the Oasis.
One would think that with nearly 6000 passengers and over 2000 staff on our sailing that it would feel crowded, but we often found quiet time in the lounges of the Promenade and strolled through Central Park and Boardwalk nearly by ourselves. Of course, these were the off-peak times for these areas, but that is our schedule.
The entertainment on this ship is the best. I could imagine that even New York City would have trouble trying to compete with it. We actually went to way more shows than we normally do on a cruise and the pre-booking for reservations added to the smoothness of the schedule for us.
The number of pools and hottubs on this ship gives everyone the ability to enjoy their water time. The adults-only solarium is a masterpiece you have to see to believe while the kids are at the waterpark type pool really having a great time.
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Pros: The entertainment, the variety of venues and the ability to find a quiet spot on the Promenade or Central Park
Cons: The way the public restroom doors SLAM