Fort Lauderdale Caribbean EscapeOasis of the Seas
Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
The Oasis of the Seas is one of the largest ocean liners of our time. Feel free to choose from 37 different cabin categories, including inner, outer and balcony cabins, as well as cabins with a view of the so-called “Central Park” or the Boardwalk. When it comes to suites, you have the choice between AquaTheater Suites with a view of the Amphitheater, or Loft Suites, which stretch over two floors, among others. Travelling with the family? No problem—large family cabins make sure there’s enough room for everyone.
Indulge in 3-course menus when dining in one of the elegant main restaurants, or reserve a table in one of the specialty restaurants. Whether it’s fine Italian cuisine in Portofino, a juicy steak or fresh seafood in the Chops Grille, or a burger and chips in at Johnny Rockets – there is something delicious for everyone. Countless bars and lounges invite you to relax with a drink in a comfortable atmosphere.
What can’t be found on the Oasis of the Seas? Thanks to a unique lifestyle area concept, guests are able to enjoy their holiday exactly as they please in more than seven different entertainment and recreation areas. Go for a stroll through the spacious green areas of Central Park or down the Boardwalk, which invokes the feeling of a nostalgic walk along the beach. Other highlights include the huge AquaTheater and the Royal Promenade. Two climbing walls help you stay fit and an ice skating rink provides a refreshing escape from the hot summer weather.
Wellness and Fitness
Relax in one of the many saunas in the thermal area of the Vitality at Sea Spa & Fitness Center, or stay fit with modern exercise machines, a yoga or kickboxing course, on the athletic track, etc, etc.
Countless shops and boutiques along the Royal Promenade invite you to shop around, offering fine jewellery, clothing, perfume and whatever else your heart could desire.
Sporty, casual clothing is recommended by day. Depending on the programme, it’s best to pack a choice of casual and business casual clothing, as well as elegant formalwear for special evening events. Sturdy, comfortable footwear is essential for land excursions.
Note for guests traveling with children
All persons under the age of 18 are considered minors when travelling with Royal Caribbean cruises. Both minors and young adults (between the ages of 18 and 21) are required to travel with an adult supervisor.