Oasis of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Southern

Contributor Level: Deck Hand

4-6 cruises


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3 out of 5

better do your homework

Sail Date: March 01, 2012

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

The over all of the ship was very nice, But better think again about cruising in march. We went and I think it must have been spring break!! way to many KIDS !!! they were everywhere, and I mean everywhere. ages from 5 to 13 not college !! and the cruise line charges for everything and I mean everything. When you book a cruise you think the food is included "Guess Again" Cupcakes -reastaurants ect.. had charges for everything you looked at. and the will push drinks all day and night !! felt like you were at a time share presentation. and did I mention the Kids haaaa I would have thought it was a Carnival Cruise. Not a relaxing cruise at all. and with 8 elevators you will still wait at everything you want to do. and watch when you sign for a drink the tip is added automaticly then they ask for another on the same bill--then they want you to tip at the end also.

Pros: restaurants

Cons: they charge for everything--they also include tips on you drink orders then ask for another one on the same bill--then ask for more tips at the end of the cruise

Recommends Oasis of the Seas? No.

Children's Programs
people leave you kids at home -- most of us go to get away from our kids for a while and to relax--if you must take them go on Carnivale or a Disney Cruise
Ship Quality
Ship is very nice but way to big for us. felt like you took a small city with you. too busy and not very relaxing.
Food and Dining
food was good but thay will charge you for everything from all of the specialty restaurants to the cupcakes. I would recomend the anytime dinning option --but they will charge you!!
Cabin / Stateroom
what we expected
shows are good--comedy acts need work
Service and Staff
staff was very nice

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