Oasis of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western


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3 out of 5

beautiful ship

Sail Date: April 30, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

tired of cirque du soleil, get back to show music and dancing. the hairspray and comedians were MUCH better then the other shows-ship is really special-some crowding in breakfast dining room and some hard to find tables in the buffet-should never have to wait up to 15 to find food! liked the ship but to me the rc voyager class is enough but i wanted to experience this ship at least once

Pros: rc really built a fantastic ship, the promonade is a great experience, the parades and most activities,

Cons: the attempt to be really "artsy" is not too successful in my opinion. If you've seen cirque du soleil, the aqua show and other attempt is just not up to that standard and also once you've seen a few cirque its done. there were a few crowding conditions, in the dning room at breakfast-15-20 minute

Recommends Oasis of the Seas? Yes!

Food and Dining
food was fine, too many repetative desserts in the buffet each day, the cut backs are showing-couldnt find a fruit tart to save my life! and sometimes it was too crowded in the breakfast dining room dont expect me to be happy to wait 15-20 minutes to get in to eat
Cabin / Stateroom
beds and bedding are really comfortable, room was long and somewhat narrow -had a balcony
the parades are special for young or old but some of the "newer" style shows, aqua was just not up to par with cirque soleil-why bother
Ship Quality
Service and Staff
Cozumel, Mexico
did tuleum years age a real must see, carlos and charlies is fun fun fun and the shopping in mexico is still very good
Don't Miss: cozumel
Falmouth, Jamaica
trolly ride is fun-not much to see but if they build-we will come
Labadee (Cruiseline Private Island)
i love the arts and crafts in labadee but perhaps the sellers could be a little less aggressive

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