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Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas Balcony Stateroom
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Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas Balcony Stateroom
 
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Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas Promenade
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Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas Sky loft Suite
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Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas Solarium
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Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas Sports Zone
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Oasis of the SeasŪ

Luxury Cruises with Royal Caribbean

Oasis of the Seas was another ground-breaking ship for Royal Caribbean when it was launched in 2009. At the time, it was the world's biggest cruise vessel, with a host of features never seen before on a ship which continue to wow passengers five years on.

Oasis is divided into different 'neighbourhoods', each with its own character. The most eye-catching is Central Park, a lush, green area open to the elements in the centre of the ship, lined with cafes and restaurants and with actual growing trees and shrubs. There's an old fashioned Boardwalk, complete with a hand-carved carousel and hot dog stall, while one of ourfavourite features is the AquaTheater, where breathtaking high diving displays take place under the stars. New for 2015 is a full-scale production of the legendary CATS in the ship's main theatre.

Sports facilities on board include two surf simulators; two climbing walls; an ice rink; an enormous gym; full-sized basketball court; and a zipline that whisks you across the ship, high over the deck.

Royal Caribbean's new concept of Dynamic Dining has been introduced to Oasis of the Seas, which means there are no set dining times or venues but instead, masses of choice. Book a table online or via a special app in one of three main restaurants, serving European and American classics, as well as Asian food, or pay a small supplement for the fantasy-themed Wonderland; fine dining in 150 Central Park; Italian home cooking in Giovanni's; or sushi and sashimi at Izumi.

Cabins come in several categories. Some stateroom face inwards with a view of Central Park or the Royal Promenade, so you can watch the action below. The suites deserve special mention; our favourites are the Loft Suites, two decks high, with hip, contemporary decor. The top category comes complete with its own bar, Jacuzzi and baby grand.

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