Oasis of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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3 out of 5

Beautiful Ship, Too Many People

Sail Date: May 10, 2014

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Suite

The Oasis is a beautiful ship, especially the Central Park area.  However, there were just too many people and everything was always crowded.  Long waits for elevators, no place to sit in the Promenade, long lines in the Windjammer.  We had rainy, windy weather on one of our days at sea which made us really glad we had a junior suite since we ended up spending most of the day there.  Central Park and the Boardwalk are a waste of space on bad weather days,  Our junior suite was very nice, the main dining room food was good, the Windjammer food was good and the entertainment shows were good.  The coffee (other than Starbucks) was atrocious!.  We didn't try any of the specialty restaurants.  The fitness center was very well equipped (but go ver early!).

 

The was our second cruise with Royal Caribbean, the first being on the Freedom of the Seas.  We're going back to the Freedom, which we liked much better, for our next cruise..  

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The food in the Windjammer is very, very good, better than the main dining room.



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