Oasis of the Seas will be the world's largest and most revolutionary ship introducing Royal Caribbean's new neighborhood concept, which will provide vacationers with the opportunity to seek out relevant experiences in seven themed areas based on their personal styles, preferences or moods.
Almost anyone taking a first cruise. Those who like large ships or want an array of options with a touch of class. Those who want to be active and sociable. It's also ideal for families with several generations traveling together, as the diversity of shipboard activities and programs provides something for every age.
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*Shopping -Fine jewelry, cosmetics, gifts, souvenirs and more
* Guest Services and Explorations!
* A Close Shave - men's salon
* Focus - photo gallery
* Candy Beach
* Kids and Teen Retail
* Smile - novelty photos
* Johnny Rockets - diner
* Seafood Shack - casual seafood restaurant
* Boardwalk Donut Shop
* Ice Cream Parlor
* Boardwalk Bar
* Madame Zamara's - psychic and tattoo parlor
* Sorrento's Pizzeria
* Mondo Coffee Bar
* Cafe Promenade - signature cafe
* Rising Tide bar - the first levitating bar at sea
* Globe and Atlas Pub
* Schooner Bar
* Boleros - Latin bar
* Champagne Bar
Boardwalk Dedicated to family fun and nostalgia, the new groundbreaking Boardwalk neighborhood is a slice of old-world charm with a modern twist. Introducing the one-of-a-kind AquaTheater and the first ever Carousel at sea, Boardwalk offers enough games, amusement and attractions to keep everyone entertained. Surrounded by casual restaurants, including Johnny Rockets and the Seafood Shack, a coffee and donut shop, bars, candy shop and more, Boardwalk is the place to be for the entire family. Kids and teens can shop for the latest trends while everyone enjoys a spin on the Carousel. Boardwalk is the place for kids and kids at heart. Bringing the best of seaside entertainment onboard, the Boardwalk provides an interactive experience for the entire family, offering fun food and engaging entertainment. Central Park Introducing the first neighborhood concept - Central Park is a revolutionary public space combining nature with nautical. Elegant and lively, Central Park's piazza is the ship's town square, which evolves from a tranquil and peaceful atmosphere during the day to a gathering space for dining, entertainment, and street performances in the evening. Central Park features several alfresco dining options and more than 300 staterooms, which rise six decks to overlook the Park. Quiet reading corners, specimen gardens, and other hidden surprises await guests among the winding paths. Bringing the outdoors in, Central Park offers guests a tranquil outdoor space, open to the sky, like never seen before. At the center of the ship, the innovative design of Central Park opens to the sky and features lush tropical grounds spanning more than the length of a football field. The Royal Promenade The Royal Promenade neighborhood - the most expansive promenade at sea - continues to be the heart of the ship. Except now, it's better than ever. For the first time, the Royal Promenade will have a mezzanine level that overlooks the space below and adds to the excitement of the Promenade. It features Rising Tide; a levitating bar that ascends and descends over three decks, and enough shops and restaurants to entertain even the most traveled of travelers. By morning, enjoy a relaxed atmosphere over coffee, and people watch. The ambiance becomes more energetic and vibrant in the afternoon with shopping, lunch, or drinks in the pub. In the evening, the energy rises with parades, nightlife, and entertainment for everyone. It's a destination unto itself. The Royal Promenade continues to be the heart of the ship, with one exciting central area for guests to gather, dine, shop and be entertained.
Gratuities for Royal Caribbean are automatically charged to each passenger’s on-board account. These come out to about $15.50 per person per day for suite guests, and $9.75 for all other cabins. Additionally, a 15% gratuity is added to all bar purchases.
Note: Gratuity Policies are subject to change.
Updated June 21, 2010
On Royal Caribbean, there are three different forms of evening dress that a passenger will need. These include casual, “smart” casual, and formal. Usually two evenings will require formal wear (on a one-week cruise).
Note: Dress Codes are subject to change.
Updated June 21, 2010