Oasis of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean

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3 out of 5

The smallest staterooms in the world

Sail Date: May 01, 2010

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Inside

If you want to expend a lot of money just to say that you have been in the largest ship in the world, its perfect.
Shows are very good.
But food its normal. Service in general its poor.
You need to pay for a lot of extras.
After 23 cruises that I take in my life I prefer to cruise in smaller ships with better food and service.
In the Oasis you are just a number more.

Pros: Wow its incredible The biggest ship.

Cons: The smaller staterooms in the world in the biggest ship in the world. Or pay thousands more to stay in a suite. You need to pay for everithing extra.

Recommends Oasis of the Seas? Yes!

Cabin / Stateroom
Its imposible to acomodate 4 people in an interior stateroom. There is no space to acomodate suitcases. The smaller staterooms in the world in the biggest ship in the world. Incredible but its true.
Service and Staff
Its better if you dont need to go to Guest relations. Always its plenty of people and they dont have enough people to attend all the complains.
Food and Dining
The same quality food of all Royal Caribbean ships
Ship Quality
Shows are wowwwww.
The best shows at the sea

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