Oasis of the Seas

Royal Caribbean's flagship and masterpiece, Oasis of the Seas, is a truly wonderful site to behold. Some of the things which make Oasis of the Seas so exciting are the ship's themed neighbourhoods, such as Central Park, the floating bar and the AquaTheatre — all of which are firsts for cruising.

Central Park offers lucky cruisers pristine tropical gardens, a luxurious restaurant and balcony view staterooms overlooking. It's the length of a football pitch and is Oasis of the Seas' central hub. The AquaTheatre will also be causing heads to turn with stunning shows that include synchronised swimming, acrobatics and water ballet. Another cruising first includes balconies with a promenade view, as opposed to an ocean view.

Along with a 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.

Entertainment

The 1,380 seat 3 deck high Opal Theatre is located on Entertainment Place completely forward. It includes a spiral staircase at each side of the stage and a moveable bridge across the top. Incorporated into the stage are aerial wires that are integrated into some of the “Come Fly With Me” show.

The state of the art theatre features the ships Broadway-style theatre productions and aerial acts with two performances per night. The 735 seat outdoor Aquatheatre is situated outside of Entertainment Place at the end of the Boardwalk. It's centrepiece is a pool that incorporates risers that can change the pools depth from 18 feet to the level of the surrounding deck via three advanced stage machinery devices enabling performers to do shows that include high diving (from 3m and 10m high platforms), synchronized swimming, water ballet, dramatic acrobatics and trampoline performances. Across from Comedy Live is Blaze, Oasis of Seas' nightclub with its dungeon theme and VIP area separated from the main area of the club by floor to ceiling spiral iron railings. Headlining DJ Fingersmith from the Scratch DJ Academy, the hottest music on the charts is played late into the night. Oasis Casino Royale is inspired by the casinos of the French Riviera where guests can choose from over 400 slot machines, around 100 penny machines, and 27 gaming tables including Blackjack, roulette, craps and Caribbean Stud Poker to play on.

Dining

Oasis of the Seas boasts the greatest choice of dining at sea, only matched by sister ship, Allure of the Seas. The superb range of restaurants include: 150 Central Park - tasty cuisine with a stylish design, Chops Grille - traditional steakhouse with an array of premium cut, quality meats, Giovanni’s Table - Tuscan-style Italian food, with traditional pizzas, pasta and breads, Central Park Café - casual dining both indoor and outdoor with a gourmet market to boot. Izumi Asian Cuisine is a contemporary Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar with a central sushi bar, guests can pull up a chair and enjoy traditional Japanese fare from Sushi and Sashimi to hot rock chicken or beef and hot pot nabe. The Seafood Shack completes the family fun on Boardwalk, serving casual North American boardwalk style seafood and fish dishes. Johnny Rockets® is Oasis’s ‘50s diner featuring red booths, formica counters, a jukebox, burgers, fries and the best old-fashioned malted milkshakes.

Bars & Lounges

Jazz on 4 is a relatively small Jazz Bar and club. The bar features rich, warm tones of walnut panelling, plush red and chocolate sofas and chairs and velvety curtains decorated with hand-stitched Swarovski crystals that sparkle as they catch light. A host of entertainment takes place in Dazzles from pre-dinner dancing and ballroom dancing to big band music, Rock ‘n’ roll dance parties, 80’s theme nights and the Majority Rules game show. During the day, Dazzles is open for guests to take in the view of the bustling activity on the Boardwalk over a drink or learn a new dance move with a professional dance instructor. The Rising Tide bar is an engineering feet spanning three decks allowing passengers to enjoy a cocktail whilst they move slowly between the Royal Promenade on deck 5 to Central Park on deck 8.The oval-shaped, glass-enclosed bar seats 32 passengers and travels up the three decks to Central Park every half hour. It is also used to host single and solo travellers get-togethers throughout the cruise. As the rising tide bar travels upwards, its place on the Royal Promenade comes alive with water fountains and coloured lights providing a display of jets of back lit water shooting skyward and beautiful glass work in the pool below. Within the pool are thousands of tiny glass bubbles which both compliment the decor and soften the sound of the falling water.

Kids and Teens

The Family friendly H20 Zone is marked by a giant multi coloured octopus with tentacles squirting out water, flanked by further water spouting colourful ocean creatures. Separate wading and current pools along with a dedicated infant and toddler pool are set in the interactive aquatic playground surrounded by adult and child sized sun beds. The Back Deck is part of the teenager’s area and is an outdoor area with overhead cover with bean bags and chairs for the teens to relax in. Oasis of the Seas offers its younger guests the change to get up close and personal with all their favourite DreamWorks characters including Shrek, Fiona, Madagascar characters and Po (Kung Fu Panda). The experience ranges from special breakfasts where characters join guests in the dining room for photo opportunities to parades throughout the day and evening along the Royal Promenade. Guests can also watch their films on the big screen in Adventure Ocean Theatre. The carousel lies at the forward end of the Boardwalk and is preceded by a number of carousel horses in various stages of completion from half carved blocks of wood to partially painted horses. The carousel itself is handcrafted from wood featuring 20 figures suspended from stainless steel poles showcasing a time honoured menagerie of animals such as zebras, giraffes and lions alongside a variety of hand-painted horses including a princess horse and a crowned frog prince.

State Rooms

Inside
Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, private bathroom and sitting area. 

Outside

Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, private bathroom and sitting area. Including a large panoramic window or porthole.
 

Balcony

Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, private balcony, sitting area, and a private bathroom. 
 

Mini-suite / Suites

Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long. Private bathroom with tub, sitting area with table and sofa. 


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