|Ship Class:||Oasis Class|
|Ship size:||Large Resort Ship|
|Entered Service:||November 2009|
|Refurbished:||Scheduled September 2014|
|Aimed at:||Families and couples|
|Beam (width):||65m (215ft)|
|Passengers:||5,400 double occupancy (6,360 maximum occupancy)|
Given the sheer scale of Oasis of the Seas, you might wonder how you will be able to fit everything in to just one cruise! On the Royal Promenade there is a selection of shops, as well as several bars, including Schooner Bar, Boleros and the On Air Club karaoke bar. You will also find the Rising Tide Bar, which is the first ever moving bar at sea, as it travels three decks between Central Park. On the Boardwalk there are several different restaurants to choose from, a hand-crafted carousel, and the impressive Aquatheatre, where you can watch spectacular acrobatics shows.
In Entertainment Place you can watch amazing ice skating shows in Studio B, listen to great live music in the Jazz on 4 lounge, or have a laugh at the superb comedy shows in the Comedy Live club. Central Park is a beautifully decorated with living plants, flowers and trees, so you really will feel like you are in a park. There are several restaurants here, including Chops Grille steak house, as well as the Trellis Bar, Vintages wine bar and the Rising Tide bar.
There's no better way to unwind and relax than with a visit to the Vitality at Sea Spa. This Asian-inspired spa is one of the largest at sea and boasts several treatment rooms for a wide range of therapies. There is also a couples' massage suite and a thermal suite with saunas, steam rooms and heated ceramic loungers. The Solarium is a quiet adults-only area with fantastic sea views and plenty of loungers to enjoy the sun, as well as private cabanas and a fresh-water pool.
The Fitness Centre has a huge gym with all the latest fitness equipment as well as an exercise area for classes. In the Sports Zone you'll find a full-size basketball courts, mini golf course, and two Flowrider surf simulators. If you are feeling particularly brave then you can enjoy the best view of the ship as you are suspended nine decks above the Boardwalk on the first zip line at sea, or scale one of two 43-foot rock climbing walls that overlook the Aquatheatre and will take you well over 200 foot above sea level.
To give you a better idea of the sheer scale and size, Oasis of the Seas is longer than four football pitches, five times bigger than the Titanic, has 3,300 miles of electrical cable, stands taller than the Chrysler Building and Nelson's Column, and stood bow-to-stern is only 20 metres shorter than the Empire State Building is tall.
Children and teens will be in their element on board Oasis of the Seas, and it's quite likely that they won't want to leave! The Adventure Ocean programme is run by a team of qualified youth workers and caters for children aged 6 months to 17 years old. The children are split into different age groups with their own customised areas and activities.
A new element is that infants and toddlers aged 6-36 months can now be left in the care of the youth team, giving parents a little more time to themselves. Other new features include the Workshop for craft-making, a fully-equipped science lab, and the first ever children's theatre where children can take part in talent shows and dance classes.Teenagers have their own completely separate space close to the Sports Deck, with easy access to the Flowrider simulators, sports courts and mini golf course. The Living Room is a great hang-out area for them with a soft drinks bar, TV screens, games consoles and a DJ booth. Up on deck there is the H2O zone, which is a mini water park filled with water cannons, fountains, and sprinklers, as well as a toddler's pool and main pool with beach-style sloped entry.
18 restaurants - International fine dining - Speciality Steakhouse - Speciality Italian restaurant - Pizzeria - Self-service buffet - Asian-themed restaurant - Speciality fine dining restaurant - Speciality seafood restaurant - American diner - Cake and donut shops - Coffee shop - Five casual cafes - Ice cream parlour
20 bars including - Schooners Bar - Rising Tide Bar - Viking Crown Lounge - Trellis Bar - Champagne Bar - Boleros Theatre Nightclubs Show Lounges Casino Aquatheatre Karaoke club
Vitality at Sea Spa Adults-only Solarium Beauty salon 10 Whirlpools 6 Swimming pools
Vitality Fitness Centre Gym Sports courts Two Rock climbing walls Jogging track
Children's area Video arcade Two Flowrider surf machines Ice-skating rink H2O Water park Carousel Dreamworks experience Zip line Mini golf course Library Duty-free shops Art and photo gallery
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The Opus Dining Room has three tiers, two of which are used for fixed seating dining. The restaurant is available for breakfast, lunch and dinner, all with waiter service. Breakfast has open seating and is usually available between 7.30am and 9.30am, whilst lunch is available from midday until 2pm, and also has open seating.
During the evening dinner is served at two fixed times of 6pm for first (early) sitting and 8.30pm for second (late) sitting, and the same table will be reserved for the duration of your cruise.
One of the three tiers in the Opus Dining Room is used for the flexible My Time Dining for dinner. There are no fixed times so you can arrive at any time between 6pm and 9.30pm to be seated. If you would prefer to book a specific table or dining time in advance, then you can speak to the restaurant manager who can arrange this. You can dine at a different time each night if you want to, and you can choose whether you sit with other people on your table.
Giovanni's Table is also found in the Central Park neighbourhood, and it is designed to give the impression that you are dining in a traditional Italian trattoria. The restaurant offers a wonderful range of classic dishes with a contemporary flair, including pizza, pasta, stews and salads.
The restaurant is available for lunch between 11.30am and 3.30pm with a cover charge of approx. $15 per person, and it is open for dinner between 6pm and 10pm with a cover charge of approx. $20 per person. It is advisable to book your table in advance as it is a speciality restaurant.
150 Central Park is an intimate fine dining restaurant located in the Central Park neighbourhood. Here you can enjoy a fantastic variety of cutting-edge cuisine, including fine steaks, seafood and fish, as well as a selection of tasting menus featuring 6 to 8 courses, all complimented with the perfect wine choice. There is a basic cover charge for dinner of approx. $35 per person, with an additional charge of approx. $75 per person for the tasting menu. As it is a speciality restaurant, you will need to book your table in advance.
Chops Grille is one of Royal Caribbean's signature restaurants, and it's one of the most popular on Oasis of the Seas. The restaurant features a great choice of premium steak cuts as well as other grilled meat, fish and seafood. The restaurant is open for dinner between 6pm and 9.30pm, and there is a cover charge of approx $30 per person. You will need to make a reservation to dine at Chops Grille as it is a speciality restaurant.
Johnny Rockets is in the lively Boardwalk neighbourhood and it is a fantastic fun dining venue. Based on 50's-style American diners, not only will you find arguably the best burger and milkshakes at sea, but you'll also be entertained by the waiters, who frequently get up and dance when their favourite songs come on the jukebox. There is a basic cover charge of $4.95 for lunch and dinner
The Coastal Kitchen is situated across from the Suite Lounge on deck 17. This is an exclusive for Grand Suite Guests. The restaurant has created a brilliant fusion between California Cool and Mediterrian Mixup.
The Windjammer Marketplace is the perfect venue to dine in if you want casual, informal meal at a time that suits you. The restaurant is open almost all day, serving a wide variety of hot and cold meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with multiple islands filled with everything from cereal, toast and fry-ups, to salads, soups and sandwiches. You will also find a choice of morning, afternoon and evening snacks, delicious desserts and sweet treats, and self-service tea, coffee, water and juice stations.
Izumi is a more formal style restaurant within the Windjammer Marketplace. The restaurant features a wide assortment of Asian and Oriental cuisine, including sushi, sukiyaki and sashimi bar, all freshly prepared in-house each day. Izumi has an a la carte menu and a cover charge of approx. $3 per person for lunch and approx. $5 per person for dinner. The restaurant is usually open for lunch between midday and 1.30pm and for dinner between 5.30pm and 9.30pm.
The Park Cafe can be found in the leafy surroundings of the Central Park neighbourhood. As it is open throughout the day and evening, it is a really good alternative to the more formal restaurants. There are indoor and outdoor seating areas, and you will find that the walk-up counters are filled with sandwiches, crepes, salads, paninis and soup, as well as sweet treats such as pastries, cakes and desserts.
You'll find the New York-style Sorrento's Pizzeria amongst the shops and bars on the Royal Promenade. It is open throughout the day until late at night and serves a selection of ready-made slices and whole pizzas. You can also choose which toppings you want with a made-to-order pizza, and there are other snacks such as garlic bread available too.
Mondo's Coffee Bar is located on the Royal Promenade and has a distinctive European feel to it, with heavy influences from Italy and Spain in both the decor and the food. It is open throughout the day and evening serving speciality tea and coffee, as well as pastries, sandwiches, paninis, desserts and late night snacks.
This self-service buffet is a great alternative to the Windjammer and as it is out on deck, it's very convenient for grabbing lunch or a quick bite to eat. It is usually open from lunchtime until late evening, and you will find a great choice of food to choose from, including burgers, sandwiches, pizza and salads, plus soft drinks, tea and coffee.
Cafe Promenade is also located on the Royal Promenade, which makes it a popular meeting place. The cafe is open almost 24 hours a day, serving a variety of speciality tea and coffee, as well as morning pastries, sandwiches, fruit smoothies, paninis and other snacks.
Located on the lively Boardwalk, grab a tasty donut and a freshly brewed coffee or speciality hot drink. There are all sorts of different donut flavours on offer, from traditional glazed to chocolate frosted.
The Solarium Bistro offers a fantastic range of healthy dining options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. As well as many low-calorie meals, the bistro also caters for special dietary requirements such as gluten-free and low-salt diets. During breakfast and lunch, the bistro has buffet-style service, and then in the evening the bistro transforms in to an intimate restaurant with dinner. There is no extra charge for the daytime dining and there is a cover charge of approx. $20 per person for evening dining.
Cups and Scoops has a huge choice of different flavored cupcakes that are baked daily, you can also pay a small charge to join in with cupcake decorating classes and parties. Individual cupcake menu prices are charged a la carte. Or you could cool off on a hot day or simply enjoy a Ice Cream treat, Cups and Scoops has a huge variety of flavours.
The Vitality Cafe is next to the Spa and Fitness Centre, so it serves a range of healthy snacks, wraps and fruit. You will also find several different drinks available such as juice and energy drinks, as well as smoothies and other options from the Spa menu.
If you fancy a lazy breakfast in bed, or a pre-dinner supper, you can order room service directly to your cabin. The extensive menu features a wide variety of main meal and snack options, plus soft drinks and alcoholic drinks. Room service is available 24 hours a day with a cover charge of $3.95 between midnight and 5am, and normal bar prices will apply for soft and alcoholic drinks.
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