Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas, is a truly wonderful sight to behold. At an unbelievable 220,000 tonnes and comfortably housing guests up to 5,400 passengers, there's no doubt as to why she has caused so much excitement amongst cruisers. With its range of mouth-watering restaurants and bars and so much more to explore, Oasis of the Seas is certainly Royal Caribbean's piece de resistance and simply has to be experienced to be believed. From days spent exploring incredible destinations to evenings immersing yourself in the onboard entertainment, one thing's for sure: you'll never want your Oasis of the Seas cruise to end.
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Oasis of the Seas boasts a great choice of dining at sea, only matched by sister ship, Allure of the Seas. The superb range of restaurants include:
Oasis of the Seas boasts some of the most unique and incredible entertainment at sea.
The AquaTheatre Pool is the largest and deepest freshwater pool at sea, only matched by the same pool onboard Allure of the Seas. The 6.6 metre by 15.7 metre and 5.4 meters deep AquaTheatre pool isn't just a pool, but it is home to some of Oasis of the Seas most unique shows and so you don't miss any of the wonderful entertainment, underwater cameras film the performers and project images onto two giant LED screens either side of the stage.
The AquaTheatre pool comes alive with beautiful choreographed fountain shows, throughout the evening. Whether it's the fountain and light shows, or the impressive showmanship from the high dive boards and the trapeze, the AquaTheatre is a great way to start each evening onboard this incredible ship.
Oasis of the seas also boasts a wonderful choice of lounge bars to suit every mood or taste. For a lively evening why not try out the karaoke booths in the sports bar, or test out your luck in the casino. For a more relaxed affair, head to the elegant surroundings of the cocktail or champagne bars, for the perfect Martini or a glass of your favourite fizz.
Whatever your mood, you will never be bored onboard Oasis of the Seas.
The Vitality at Sea Spa offers everything you would expect from Royal Caribbean's flagship vessel. Choose from a fantastic array of treatments and relax in the fabulous facilities and tranquil, child-free surroundings. Enjoy the pool, hot tub and steam rooms, head to the fully functioning gym, or take one of the many classes available onboard.
The Oasis of the Seas Boardwalk is a nod to both England and Coney Island's coastal piers. Featuring a carousel, various boutiques and eateries, the Boardwalk has a festival-like atmosphere with fun for all the family. Not forgetting the zip-line, which will be suspended nine- yes nine!- decks high.
The features of the Oasis of the Seas Boardwalk include:
We had an amazing week weathernot always kind but all in all a good trip
Lovely ship. So many activities for families. We loved the food in the buffet. We did try one specialty restaurant but personally felt it wasn’t worth it especially compared to the choice and quality in the main buffet. I was also impressed at how easily we got on and off the ship. We have sailed before and usually had to wait a few hrs to board the ship for the first time. Would definitely recommend
Excellent cruise. Took about 10 minutes to board the ship really smooth embarkation. Very nice staff wonderful food. We found the windjammer food excellent so only went to main dining room once. The kids facilities were very good, we only saw our teen boy at bedtime. And the 9-11 age was very well organised. Entertainment was 1st class and the activities were very good. Loved the whole ambiance of the ship. Would definitely sail on it again. It is going to be amazing after it gets it upgrade in the autumn. Would definitely recommend.
Excellent food & services. But drinks are over priced. Even with packages. Lot of hard selling on the ship. Eg for drinks, internet or photo packages . Which are all over priced.