Oasis of the Seas Review

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Accommodations

Cabins: Three-dozen accommodation categories may seem confusing when making a selection, but they really boil down to variety of suites, outside cabins with balconies that face either the sea or overlook open-air interiors, ocean-view cabins, and interior cabins, some of which overlook the inside promenade. All standard accommodations include a small seating area, TV, desk-vanity, hair dryer, refrigerator, and safe. Fares and even size are determined more by location in some categories.

Suites: On arrival, suite guests are welcomed with complimentary water, a fruit plate, and their choice of pillow style. Slippers, spa bathrobes, and Vitality bathroom amenities are provided. On the first formal evening, they receive a predinner cheese plate, and on the second formal or final evening of the cruise, a petits fours plate. They also enjoy complimentary 24-hour room service and coffee and tea service, and may order from the main dining room's full menus to dine en suite. A suite attendant is available to fulfill special requests, such as pressing service, which is complimentary on formal evenings. Junior suite guests receive complimentary Vitality bathroom amenities, coffee and tea service en suite, bathrobes for use onboard, and a suite attendant to assist with special requests.

Accessibility: Forty-six staterooms are wheelchair accessible.

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