Well it is the end of an amazing week aboard the Oasis of The Seas! We have been at sea for the last two days and besides the Dreamworks Parade we have spent the vast majority of our time at the Adults Only Pool. But it is much more than just a pool, it is an entire area comprised of two levels at the front of the ship that is sectioned off for passengers over 16 years old. It is designed with a bit of zen and a lot of glass but there are also plenty of openings so that there is a very nice breeze blowing through to keep you cool.
Don’t get me wrong, we love kids, we are planning on having kids, but for two adults on a vacation on their own it is wonderful to have an area where nobody is running around or screaming or splashing. We actually didn’t even discover this area until about day 4 since there were so many other things to do and see on the ship. We also thought that it was just going to be a small area around a pool, when in actuality it is a small pool and jacuzzi surrounded by a very big area!
Here is our first view, you can see the bar and someone gesturing to a seat, you definitely need to get here a little early to get the best seats, but most of them are very good. We actually preferred this area as it was out of the direct sun and we already had pretty good tans from the first few days!
And here is what we were looking at when we laid back on our lounge chairs…if only I could package the feeling I had at this moment and sell it!So that was our final day on the amazing Oasis of The Seas. We had such an amazing time I know that this series of posts have not even done it justice. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a relaxing but fun and adventurous vacation. There is not too much to say about our disembarkation, it went smoothly, we loved our stateroom attendant and tipped him generously. Luckily Jany arranged all of the tips on night 6 and so we were able to take it easy on our last night. I hope you enjoy your vacation as much as we did and if you have any questions about anything at all please leave a comment below.
Josh and Jany
Here are the links to all of the previous posts in the Oasis of The Seas series:
Oasis of The Seas Pre-Cruise Planning
Oasis of The Seas Boarding and Day 1
Oasis of The Seas Day 2: Atlantis and 150 Central Park
Oasis of The Seas Day 3: Central Park, Rising Tide Bar and a Bow for the Bow
Oasis of The Seas Day 4: Sort of Alone on the Ship
Oasis of The Seas Days 5 and 6: St. Maarten and Dreamworks Parade