As the first of the Oasis-class ships to enter service for Royal Caribbean, the Oasis of the Seas will always hold a special place in history. The first ship to accommodate over 6,000 passengers at maximum capacity, she offers some of the best entertainment and features of any cruise ship.
Along with that, she also has some of the best options for suites on any cruise ship in the world, with new options being added since she first launched too.
Let’s look at all of the suites you can book on Oasis of the Seas, so that you can decide which of them is the best choice for your cruise.
How Many Suites Are on Oasis of the Seas?
There are 176 suites on Oasis of the Seas, with 12 different types to choose from. There are 86 are Junior Suites, 36 are Grand Suites and some specialist suites including the various Loft suites. Two new suite types were added in a 2019 refit.
Here’s a breakdown of all the different suites available to book on Oasis of the Seas:
|Suite type||How many?||Deck location||Sleeps up to||Suite size (sq ft)||Balcony size (sq ft)||Total size (sq ft)|
|Royal Loft Suite||1||17/18 (two floors)||6||1530||850||2380|
|Owner’s Panoramic Suite||1||17||14||1076||161||1237|
|Grand Panoramic Suite||1||17||8||914||161||1075|
|Star Loft Suite||2||17/18 (two floors)||4||722||410||1132|
|Ultimate Panoramic Suite||2||14||4||915||N/A||915|
|Crown Loft Suite||25||17/18 (two floors)||4||550||120||670|
|AquaTheater Suite – 1 Bed||6||11, 12, 14||4||420 – 660||370 – 650||790 – 1310|
|AquaTheater Suite – 2 Bed||6||8, 9, 10||8||660 – 820||650 – 800||1310 – 1620|
|Owner’s Suite||10||10, 11, 14||3||560||215||775|
|Grand Suite – 1 Bed||30||6 to 14||4||370 – 435||115 – 360||485 – 795|
|Grand Suite – 2 Bed||6||9, 10||8||580||238||818|
|Junior Suite||86||6 to 14||4||290||80||370|
Want some help with choosing the best suite for you on Oasis of the Seas? Grab a copy of my free checklist:
How Much Are Suites on Oasis of the Seas?
Suite prices on Oasis of the Seas vary depending on the suite, the time of year, the length of your cruise, and how many guests you travel with. Expect to pay around $4,000 total for a Junior Suite, and $20,000 for the Royal Loft Suite, for 7 nights.
You’ll pay more per person if you don’t fill a room – so a Junior Suite with two occupants might cost $2,000 while it drops to $1,500 for four occupants. It’s still overall more expensive for all four of you, but if you’re travelling with friends then booking a suite can be a good way to split the cost since it’s less for each person to have to spend.
NEW DEALS JUST RELEASED!
Don’t miss the latest Royal Caribbean offers…
The 12 Types of Suites on Oasis of the Seas
Let’s take a look at what each different suite offers.
Royal Loft Suite
Oasis of the Seas has a number of two-storey suites, the largest of which is the Royal Loft Suite. And it is huge. The lower floor has a large living area that includes a grand piano, as well as a separate dining area, along with a bedroom and bathroom. It’s also where you’ll find the wraparound balcony, including multiple seating areas and a hot tub.
Upstairs is the master bedroom, with walk-in wardrobe, and the master bathroom which includes a large bathtub, a two-sink vanity and a bidet.
The Royal Loft Suite is a Star Class suite, which means it benefits from the service of a Royal Genie, as well as other typical Royal Caribbean suite perks.
Owner’s Panoramic Suite
The Owner’s Panoramic Suite is a very modern suite with huge floor-to-ceiling windows that perfectly complement the contemporary décor – the whole room just feels huge and beautiful. It has a single bedroom with a convertible living area for a second bedroom.
The balcony isn’t huge, but you don’t need it to be – the huge windows make the entire room feel like it’s open-air, with the balcony just for when you need that breeze on your face. It really is a stunning choice.
Grand Panoramic Suite
The Grand Panoramic Suite is another of the beautiful loft suites offering split-level accommodation. The main bedroom has exceptional views out through panoramic windows, while the beautiful bathroom has a separate bath and shower cubicle.
On the balcony, enjoy your own hot tub along with dual loungers. This is a Star Class suite so you’ll get the Royal Genie service too.
Star Loft Suite
The Star Loft suite isn’t quite as spacious as some of the other loft suites but it still has plenty of room for its four passengers. The lower floor has a large seating area which can be converted into a bedroom, and a spacious balcony with seats and loungers.
Upstairs the loft holds the master bedroom with an oceanview window, and a second bathroom. The Star Loft suite is another in the Star Class with Royal Genie service.
Ultimate Panoramic Suite
Only added to the ship during a drydock refurbishment in 2019, the Ultimate Panoramic Suites on-board are unique as they’re the only suites to not have a balcony – instead having floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides, including in the bathroom (which isn’t overlooked, don’t worry!)
They’ve one bedroom, though the living area is very spacious when converted into a second bedroom, and there’s a walk-in dressing room with vanity table and wardrobe.
Here’s the floor plan for the Ultimate Panoramic Suite, which I think you’ll agree looks pretty cool!
The Ultimate Panoramic is a Star Class Suite as well, so you’ll still get the Royal Genie service.
Crown Loft Suite
The smallest of the two-storey suites, the Crown Loft rooms look almost like a regular (but spacious) balcony stateroom on the lower floor, with a bathroom and a living area that opens onto a balcony that has room for loungers.
Up the stairs is the master bedroom with separate desk and wardrobe area, and master bathroom with a bathtub. The Crown Loft is the last of the Star Class suites, so it still benefits from Royal Genie services.
There are accessible Crown Loft suites available for guests in a wheelchair to book – these are slightly larger and have a wet room.
AquaTheater Suite – 1 Bedroom
The AquaTheater suites are so-named because they sit on the aft corners of the ship, with wraparound balconies that overlook the – you guessed it – AquaTheater. These amazing suites offer spacious accommodation and plenty of storage space, but the main benefit is those balcony views – ideal for shows.
AquaTheater Suite – 2 Bedroom
These suites are almost identical to the one-bedroom version, except that they’re slightly larger and have a second bedroom. These are located on lower decks than the one-bedroom version – on Decks 8, 9 and 10.
The Owner’s Suite is normally a name reserved for the top one or two suites on a ship, but Oasis of the Seas isn’t an ordinary ship, nor are her suites ordinary. The Oasis of the Seas Owners Suite rooms still amazing, offering a lot of inside and balcony space.
They’ve one bedroom, though the living area easily converts into a separate bedroom thanks to curtain dividers, while the master bathroom as a bathtub, a separate shower cubicle, twin vanity and a bidet.
Grand Suite – 1 Bedroom
The Oasis of the Seas Grand Suite rooms are available on multiple decks, and offer spacious accommodation similar to the Owner’s Suites, although missing a couple of features – primarily in the bathroom, which has a shower over bath instead of both separate, and no bidet. But it does have the twin vanity still.
The bedroom can be curtained off again to create two bedrooms, and the balcony is spacious enough to have two seats along with two loungers.
Read more: Royal Caribbean Grand Suite Perks
Grand Suite – 2 Bedroom
A larger version of the Grand Suites, there are just four of these available. There are two separate bedrooms as well as the living area which can convert into a third bedroom, and there are two bathrooms. Neither have the twin vanity, but one has a shower cubicle and another the bathtub with shower over.
The balcony is slightly larger again, meaning it can accommodate four chairs and two loungers.
There are a lot of Junior Suites available on Oasis of the Seas across multiple decks, each of which is essentially a more spacious balcony cabin with extra Junior Suite perks. There is no separate bedroom or living area here, but you do still have a walk-in wardrobe and a bathtub with shower over in the bathroom.
There are a couple of accessible Junior Suites available, which are wider and have a wet room instead of a standard bathroom.
More About Oasis of the Seas Suites
Does Oasis of the Seas Have 2-Bedroom Suites?
Oasis of the Seas does have two-bedroom suites, including some Grand Suites and AquaTheater Suites. The Royal Loft Suite also has two bedrooms, while the other Loft suites are designed to convert the lower floor into a second bedroom.
If you’re looking for the suites that have the biggest capacity, that’s the 2-bedroom Grand Suites and AquaTheater suites. They have a maximum occupancy of 8 guests in each.
If you’re looking to book for a group, then of all the Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas rooms, a suite is going to be a better option since they’re more spacious.
What Is the Largest Suite on Oasis of the Seas?
The largest suite on Oasis of the Seas is the Royal Loft Suite. The interior floor space is 1,530 square feet, while the balcony is 850 square feet, for a total of 2,380 square feet. The Royal Loft’s balcony alone is bigger than two Junior Suites combined.
Despite its epic size, the Royal Loft Suite is designed for only six people. This isn’t a suite for huge groups, but instead is designed for anyone who wants more space to relax and potentially host parties, but with a spacious room to relax in once everyone has moved on.
What Class Is a Crown Loft Suite on Oasis of the Seas?
The Crown Loft Suites on Oasis of the Seas are Sky Class. They’re the only Loft suites on Royal Caribbean ships that are not part of the top-tier Star Class, so they don’t include the Royal Genie service.
You do still get a large number of perks for booking a Crown Loft Suite, including concierge service, priority dining reservations, flexible arrival times, complimentary internet access for each guest and access to the Suite Sun Deck.
Which Is the Best Suite To Choose?
The big question right? With so many amazing suites to choose from, how do you know which one is right for you?
For a lot of people, it comes down to two things – occupancy, and budget. If you’re a family of four, there’s no point booking the suites that sleep 8 guests, unless you really want proper bedrooms for you and the kids.
Royal Caribbean’s Star Class suites do have the benefit of the Royal Genie, but consider whether you’ll use them, or if you would be better served saving the money. One cruise in a Star Class suite often costs the same as two (or more) cruises in a lower-class suite.
Every stateroom and suite is amazing on Oasis of the Seas, but that doesn’t mean they all suit everyone – there are some staterooms and suites you might want to avoid.
NEW DEALS JUST RELEASED!
Don’t miss the latest Royal Caribbean offers…
- Allure of the Seas Vs Oasis of the Seas
- Oasis Of The Seas Central Park Guide
- Royal Caribbean Flowrider: All Your Questions Answered