Accommodations on a grand scale on Royal Caribbean’s Oasis and Allure of the Seas.
These accommodations I talk about are called cabin categories. If you are not knowledgeable about cruise ship cabins, I will give you some guidance about any cruise ship. Then I will talk about how the Oasis & Allure are different.
- Inside cabins. Usually the least expensive. No windows. May have mirror on a wall with drapes on the sides to look like a window. If this is all you can afford, at least you are on the ship. But you will probably never book inside cabins again.
- Oceanview cabins have either a picture window or a porthole, depending on where they are located on the ship and are not as claustrophobic as other inside cabins.
- Balcony cabins have floor to ceiling window and door that opens to the fresh air and balcony. Great for quiet times away from the crowds.
- Suites come in various sizes and are bigger than other cabins. Some have hot tubs, mini kitchens, tables big enought for a conference, separate bedroom areas and grand pianos.
Now let’s talk about the Oasis of the Seas differences.
- Balcony cabins that are inside but the balconies that are overlooking Central Park and Boardwalk so they are open to the sky.
- Suites: Lofts with 3 categories. These are 2 story with full glass on the water side. Royal, Sky, and Crown Loft Suites are different sizes and in a private area of the ship only accessible by special key. All havebeautiful living areas downstairs and beds on a mezannine loft upstairs
- Aqua Theatre Suites have 6 different sizes and configurations. What they have in common are very large balconies overlooking the Aqua Theatre on the aft of the deck with glass all around.
- Family. Suites, balcony, oceanview, balcony oceanview and inside with all different sizes.
Are you wondering what you should have? Well, that’s what you need me for- a Certified Travel Agent,to help you. Let’s talk.