The Oasis offers plenty of activities and restaurants both included and not included in the price. There's something for everyone. The entertainment is top notch too. I highly recommend this ship and cruise line.
The Oasis of the Seas is a fabulous ship that will exceed your expectations! The ship has tons of activities. There are children's activities for all ages. The ship has a variety of shows to enjoy as well as food. There is so much to do you should not get bored.
THIS WAS A CRUISE OF A LIFETIME!! IT WAS THE LARGEST OF ALL THE SHIP I HAVE BEEN ON. IT HAS SOMETHING FOR ALL AGES TO SEE AND DO!! THERE WAS SO MANY DIFFERENT SHOWS AND WE ENJOYED THEM ALL!! WELL DONE ROYAL CARIBBEAN!!
THANK YOU FOR A GREAT CRUISE!!
Would not sail on this ship again people didn't seem to like there jobs. Not good entertainment. Very crowded. The cruise director was no fun at all you barely seen him! I have cruised RC many of times on other ships liked the people on them better. Better shows and things to do. People seemed to go out of there way for you, not on the Oasis!! Never again!!
Items/times on daily schedule not alwsys accurate. Indicated Jonny Rockets not open for breakfast- it was.
Some small venues were standing room only. Not sure why a larger facility was not used.
Boat was the nicest I've ever been on (Over 30 cruises).
Shows had AMAZING singers and dancers
The Oasis is a beautiful ship and excellent for retirees etc. We were not overly impressed with the available entertainment or activities for our age group. You should also advertise weight limits and necessary attire for on board activities ON YOUR WEBSITE so that we don't find out AFTER we spend all of the money and get on the ship, only to realize we can't use half of the things you offer.
Great criuise for our 40th Anniversary. The ship was great with the meals, service staff were awesome and shows were really good with the exception of CATS being to long to hold our attention. I am sure some enjoyed it. The group of six from CATS and Wilds and James filling in for Come Fly with me were great. The six singing with the orchestra could be a act on their own.
Did not like the smell my clothes, seemed to be he cotton, got in the room of sour milk. Being disabled and using my scooter was great but getting locked out of our room and waiting in the hall with all the luggage was not good.
The Oasis of the Seas ship was absolutely wonderful. From the experience dropping our bags off for room delivery, to leaving the ship with a small tear on disembarkation, it was an experience to remember and we both said we would love to visit this beautiful vessel again soon!
Pleasant and friendly, Only complaint was that the bacon was no drained and unhealthy.
we cruise every 3-4 months on the Oasis and the entertainment does not change. I enjoyed the Freedom with their entertainers and different shows.
the cruise was very relaxing and the ship was a pleasure to go through and explore. Everything on the ship was so enjoyable to see. Central Park is beautiful and very relaxing, then you step onto the Boardwalk and become a kid again then comes the shows and you feel like you're on Broadway.
We thoroughly enjoyed our cruise. There were things that needed attention, but nothing that over shadowed our enjoyment. The Cruise Director's Morning Rant was great. He provided secret tips and ideas needed for the Day. I liked the Captain's Morning review as well. Made us feel part of the crew!
Overwhelming and tiring due to the many policies, reservations, liberal children's policy. Make sure that you are aware of the many requirements, stipulations and policies that the ship has prior to booking a vacation to minimize disappointment. We did not see where they were posted prior to our booking on this ship and we certainly did not imagine that they would have such a liberal policy regarding children. Lack of communication
Had a wonderful week. The seas were very smooth. Our artist Henry got change due to the hurricanes so the ports we went to were not our first choice but we were blessed to be able to be on a cruise and not suffering like those in Puerto Rico and Saint Maarten. The ship was huge and very clean. Our boardwalk balcony was very nice and I would recommend it. The ship did not seem crowded at all with as many people on it. We never had a problem finding a lounge chair . The food in the main dining room was good not outstanding. We did eat at chops one night and I wouldn’t say it was the best steak I’ve ever had. A room attendant was amazing as well as our waiter an assistant leader. I would definitely go on the ship again !
This was 2nd cruise but 1st time w/Royal Caribbean. We are def booking another cruise and big ship next time. Oasis of the Seas was a true beauty. Royal Caribbean is def doing it big with these new big ships. Not sure how they do it, and how they manage to get everything so organized. We traveled with our kids and they loved the ship too. We also purchased the drink pkg w/Voom internet! Def a plus!! We booked our excursions on our own, and had a great time!
80% disaster, would never do it again even if I was paid. We were looking for a fun family vacation to bond together with shared family memories through fun activities and there was very little that my entire family could do together within the sleep schedule kids naturally require. The needs of the young children were more than difficult to fulfill with the many restrictions and lack of proper accomodations. The trip was exhausting because of how complicated the ships many different schedules, rules, hidden rules, regulations, physical restrictions, waivers, lines, lines, and more lines. There were blockages for a wheel chair or stroller everywhere we went which slowed us down horribly. With how many lawn chairs and cleaning carts we had to move, we should have worked for the boat. Everything I paid for in advance was either broken or poorly managed with hidden problems like food, drinks, soda, Jamaica excursion timeline and the endless lines and last minute restrictions on 80% of everything we tried. However if I made a mistake like: want to swim with my toddlers from 7-9pm or in the same place as my other children, do an activity or show with all 6 of us without waiting 60+ minutes, turn my towel into housekeeping instead of on the pool deck at two specific places, keep alcoholic beverages away from my kids at the pool and hot tub, get help at guest services before waiting 40 min in line, find a place outside our room all four kids could play together for 30 minutes that didnt require 100% of my attention to keep them from violating ANOTHER silly rule or running into alcohol or tobacco use, find 2 diapers the last evening of the trip (I actually had to beg random parents to get 2 diapers, done at the request of guest services, and shop keepers), get my stroller with two sleeping babies through the hall to my room, get help learning how the ship works and where to go for what my family needs, let my 3 year old who is professionally trained at rock climbing, climb with her brothers, checking babies and toddlers in and out of child care in under 40 minutes, Then I was treated strictly and unforgivingly and turned away. It was more than frustrating, and overwhelming trying to care for the basic needs of my family which made it very difficult to have fun. The ship is not for families because it is unforgiving, and unaccomodating to the basic nerds of little ones. 7 different families complained to me about there concerns as well when they struggled with the same concerns I did. The ship is Unacceptable for families 80% of the time and I was extreemly disappointed is how I would describe this experience. While on the ship, I felt more like I was cattle being herded and pushed in the direction they wanted rather than a family on a trip to build lasting memories together. Of our entire 3 week family vacation in Orlando, including the cruise, the 6 days on the ship were by far the least memory building/ bonding, or fun experience for my family. Sad because I had wanted to try a cruise since I was young and my hubby and I worked overtime many many weekends to try this cruise but after this experience I have absolutely no desire to go on another cruise ever again. The kids liked the endless pizza and ice cream they could have had if I had let them have more than 3 ice cream cones or pizza slices a day. We paid for surf lessons which were really fun and went as described and expected, the zip line, pool, and minigolf were great for my hubby and older kids. The toddlers enjoyed the ever after on ice, glass elevators, and the carousel. The rest had potential to be fun but was thwarted by rules, restrictions, and lines. Wish I would have known in advance this cruise is not for families with young children they want to spend time with, not drop at child care or split apart 80% of the time.
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