Royal Caribbean—Oasis of the Seas—Cruise Ship Types of Cabins

The Oasis of the Seas has at least 11 different types of balcony, outside, and interior cabins. This extra-large cruise ship also has 10 different suite categories.

All Oasis of the Seas cabins include twin beds that can be converted into a queen, and a bathroom with shower (curved shower door, no curtain), toilet, small sink, and shelves for storage.

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Balcony Cabin

Oasis of the Seas—Balcony Cabin

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The balcony cabins include those overlooking the ocean, the Boardwalk, and Central Park. These balcony staterooms include both doubles and family cabins that can accommodate up to six persons. Some of the ocean view superior balcony cabins (category D1) have larger balconies than those in categories D2-D8.

The outside cabins have windows overlooking the ocean, Boardwalk, or Central Park. The Boardwalk and Central Park cabins have a nice window seat and bay window. Some outside oceanview staterooms can accommodate families of up to six persons.

The interior cabins are in four sizes. Some are family-sized, and others are doubles.

The Oasis of the Seas has 221 Boardwalk-view balcony cabins, 254 Central Park-view balcony cabins, and 1308 ocean-view balcony cabins.

Boardwalk View balcony cabins are categories B1 and B2.

Central Park view balcony cabins are categories C1 and C2.

Superior Ocean View cabins are categories D1, D2, D3, D4, D5, D6, D7, and D8.

All of the balcony cabins on the Oasis of the Seas are 182 square feet and have two twin beds that convert to a queen.

The D1 balcony cabins have an 80 square-foot balcony; all other balcony cabins have a 52 square-foot balcony.

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Balcony Cabin—TV

Oasis of the Seas—Balcony Cabin

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

The Oasis of the Seas balcony cabin has a large television screen.

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Balcony Cabin—With Veranda

Oasis of the Seas—Balcony Cabin

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

 The large doors lead to the veranda of this balcony cabin, and it also has a nice seating area. 

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Boardwalk View Balcony Cabin

Oasis of the Seas—Boardwalk View Balcony Cabin

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

Boardwalk-view balcony cabins at the stern of the Oasis of the Seas have excellent views of the AquaTheater and the ocean. 

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Standard Bathroom

Oasis of the Seas—Standard Bathroom

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

This standard bathroom is found in all cabin categories—balcony, outside, and interior. Categories junior suite and above have tub/showers.

The standard bathrooms include a shower stall with a curved door, one sink, a toilet, and a good-sized storage area.

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Superior Ocean View with Balcony—Category D1

Superior Ocean View with Balcony

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

Superior ocean view cabins with a balcony in category D1 have a balcony with 80 square feet. All other D category cabins have 50 square foot balconies.

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Balcony Cabin Overlooking the Ocean

Balcony Cabin Overlooking the Ocean

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

The Oasis of the Seas has 1,308 balcony cabins with ocean views in categories D1, D2, D3, D4, D5, D6, D7, and D8.

These sea view balcony cabins are identical to the balcony cabins overlooking the Boardwalk and Central Park—except for the views!

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Ocean View Cabin without a Balcony

Oasis of the Seas - Ocean View Cabin without a Balcony

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The Oasis of the Seas has 168 ocean view cabins with a large window (but no balcony) in categories F, H, and I. They measure 179 square feet. 

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Interior Cabin

Interior Cabin

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There are 474 interior cabins in categories L, M, N, and Q. They measure 149 square feet (category Q) to 172 square feet (categories L, M, and N).

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Family Interior Cabin

Family Interior Cabin

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

The four Family Interior Staterooms (category FI) on the Oasis of the Seas sleeps six and measure 260 square feet—111 square feet more than a standard Interior Stateroom. 

The interior family cabins don't have a window or a balcony, but everyone has a place to sleep. 

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Family Interior Cabin—Bunk Beds

Family Interior Cabin

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

The family cabins on the Oasis of the Seas cruise ship have bunk beds so more family members can stay together, which kids will love.

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Family Interior Cabin—Storage Space

Family Interior Cabin storage

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

The four Family Interior Staterooms (category FI) on the Oasis of the Seas have good storage space.

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Family Interior Cabin—Bathroom

Family Interior Cabin bathroom

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

The bathroom in the Oasis of the Seas Family Interior Cabin is small, but with all the onboard activities, you won't spend much time there.

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Family Balcony Cabin—Staterooms With Balcony

Family Balcony Cabin

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

The seven Family Staterooms with Balcony (category FB), on the Oasis of the Seas, are 271 square feet and accommodate up to six guests.

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Family Balcony Cabin—Bed

Family Balcony Cabin bed

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Doesn't this bed look comfortable? 

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Family Balcony Cabin—Bunk Beds

Family Balcony Cabin

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

The Family Balcony Cabins on the Oasis of the Seas have bunk beds just like the Family Interior Cabins do. 

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Central Park View Cabin without a Balcony

Central Park View Cabin without a Balcony

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

The window seat in an Oasis of the Seas Central Park view cabin (CV category) has a nice view of the Central Park neighborhood.  

The 70 Central Park view staterooms on the Oasis of the Seas (CV category) are 199 square feet. 

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Boardwalk View Cabin without a Balcony—Porthole

Boardwalk View Cabin without a Balcony porthole

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This large porthole looks over the Boardwalk in the eight Boardwalk View cabins in the BV category of cabins on the Oasis of the Seas. 

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Boardwalk View Cabin without a Balcony—Bay Window

Boardwalk View Cabin without a Balcony

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

The Oasis of the Seas has eight Boardwalk view (BV) category cabins, each with 191 square feet and a bay window overlooking the Boardwalk.

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Promenade Stateroom

Promenade Stateroom

Trip Savvy / Linda Garrison

The Oasis of the Seas Promenade Staterooms are inside cabins with a window overlooking the Royal Promenade. The Promenade cabins have 194 square feet. 

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