Oasis of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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7+ cruises


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5 out of 5

Greatest Cruise Ever

Sail Date: April 09, 2016

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

Everything was great about this cruise, from the time we got to the port from the airport and through the line to getting our sail passes to get on the boat. Our room was ready around 1 pm so for about 40 minutes we just walked around the ship to get ourselves familiar with the Oasis of the Seas. I have cruised with Royal Caribbean numerous times but this was the first time being on the Oasis which was so much bigger than the other ships. We really enjoyed our Ports of call and met a lot of new friends during the week. Would definitely recommend this cruise to anyone.Love

Cabin / Stateroom
Was very clean each day and was pleased
Was good when you got to see something, even though I made reservations before we left for the cruise if you did not get there at least 15 minutes early they would let other people in that had not reserved reservations. Also the times was very close to dinner so if your dinner was just not on time you could not get finished in order to be early for the show.
Service and Staff
Food and Dining The windjammer was not that great there were never any done eggs and the bacon was always undercooked


Make sure you book your shows in advance and not close to dinner time.

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