Oasis of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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4 out of 5

Amazing Ship!

Sail Date: May 15, 2010

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

There is so much to do on this ship and for the most part the crowd is not overwhelming. Even though there are about 6000 people on the boat, it doesn't seem to get any more crowded than a normal cruise ship. The choices for everything are great. The specialty restaurants, especially Giovanni's Table are very good and you really feel like you are in a little city, not on a cruise ship. Shows are mostly less campy than regular cruise ship shows and reservation system helps to plan your time.

Pros: The ship was wonderful

Cons: Costa Maya is a waste of time

Recommends Oasis of the Seas? Yes!

Food and Dining
The only frustration with the food is understanding what is fee and what is included. At some points there were very few food options if it was an off time. Also, would like more access to the free drinks (water, tea, etc)
Ship Quality
It just doesn't get any better
Cabin / Stateroom
Nice, comfortable rooms
Service and Staff
This is the friendliest crew I have ever experienced.
Far exceeds a regular cruise ship
Costa Maya (Mahahual), Mexico
As far as we could tell, this is just a small village to buy a bunch of Mexico souvenirs. Not really anything to it.
Don't Miss: you could skip this and not miss anything
Cozumel, Mexico
Skip the excursions and rent a jeep. So much fun to tour the island on your own... On the outer road around the island there are crabs that stand in the middle of the road and run off the road sideways when you drive by. They're pretty cute. There are some store stops on the road, but downtown is pretty huge for shopping.
Don't Miss: all of it, it was great
Labadee (Cruiseline Private Island)
Haiti is underrated. Labadee is a manufactured town for the cruise ships so lots of it feels fake/resorty, but not really in a bad way. There is a part in the center of town where you can buy souvenirs but after a while it gets old having people ask you to look at their little store. All are very nice though. We had a great time in Labadee but felt guilty about having fun when so many people there are still suffering. This part is about 4 hours from where the earthquake happened so you don't see anything but a beautiful environment. If you are going to zipline, do it here, not on the ship. Snorkeling was tons of fun here- huge starfish, keep your eyes open!
Don't Miss: Snorkeling

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