Choose from three classes of staterooms: standard staterooms include Interior, Oceanview and Balcony-class staterooms. Suites and mini-suites are perfect for families or those looking to travel with extra comfort. Sky Class staterooms range from 150 to 275 square feet, and Star Class suites range from a comfortable 371 to a spacious 1,599 square feet. Suite residents enjoy several perks, including lunch and dinner menus for in-room dining, while Star Class offers a private butler.
Dining & Gastronomy
Whether you want an elegant meal or classic American grub, Oasis of the Seas has it all. Dine at Central Park 150 for a modern, multicourse meal comprising fresh ingredients prepared by the revered Michael Schwartz, or at Coastal Kitchen, where you can feast on sumptuous combinations of the best Mediterranean and Californian foods. If your kids are picky eaters or you're craving a taste of home, head to Johnny Rockets for American favorites including burgers, shakes, and fries.
Entertainment and Activities
Oasis of the Seas is a fun-filled, action-packed ship that's perfect for families with kids. Scale the 40-foot rock climbing wall and gaze at the ocean below you. If you can't contain your passion for the sea, grab a surfboard and hop on the surf simulator. Alternatively, sit back and relax at one of the numerous live shows – the AquaTheater show's aerial acrobatics and impressive stunts will surely amaze you. For a taste of Broadway, check out one of the ship's several live performances, including Cats, Frozen in Time, and Mamma Mia.
In general, casual clothing is acceptable on the Oasis of the Seas, though swimwear should be reserved for pool/water areas. Whereas shorts are allowed for breakfast and lunch, smart casual attire is required for some dinner venues. On formal nights, you'll need your finest garb: suits, ties, tuxedos, cocktail dresses, and evening gowns are perfect.