Complete Guide to the Amplified Oasis of the Seas Bars With Menus

This complete guide to Royal Caribbean's Amplified Oasis of the Seas Bars with menus will help you decide where to grab your first drink.

Amplified Oasis of the Seas Bar Guide with Menus

Complete Guide to the Amplified Oasis of the Seas Bars With Menus

When it comes to enjoying a drink, the Amplified Oasis of the Seas offers cruisers a variety of bars and lounges. With Royal Caribbean staples to new favorites, there are plenty of spots to make good use of the Deluxe Drink Package. Not sure where to start? Our Amplified Oasis of the Seas Bar Guide includes all of the details and bar menus to help you make the difficult decisions.

Amplified Oasis of the Seas Bar Guide With Menus

Many of the bars on the Amplified Oasis of the Seas offer cocktails from the new standard bar menu.

Luckily, these new drinks are all covered in the Deluxe Beverage Package. With the updates to the Crown and Anchor Society benefits, cruisers can now also use drink vouchers on these drinks anytime throughout the day at most bars on the ship.

Standard Bar Menu

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Blaze Comedy (Deck 4)

This multi-purpose nighttime venue hosts comedy shows throughout the cruise, offered at 2 different time slots on most nights. These shows require a reservation that can presently only be made once onboard the ship.

Amplified Oasis of the Seas bars

After hours, Blaze turns into a nightclub with the resident DJ spinning the latest hits until the wee hours of the morning.

Blaze does have a full bar that offers the standard menu and is currently for vaccinated guests only.

Casino Bar (Deck 4)

If you need a beverage to go along with your slot play, then the Casino Bar is your stop.

Even if you don’t like to gamble, getting a drink here is a safe bet as this is one of the only late night bars on the ship. The bar is open whenever the casino is open.

Spotlight Karaoke (Deck 5)

Get ready to sing. This karaoke bar is a popular place almost any night of the cruise, hosting both family and adult sessions.

When cruisers are not doing their best renditions of Sweet Caroline, the venue also hosts trivia, game shows, and more.

Amplified Oasis of the Seas bars

Regardless of the activity, you are sure to work up a thirst. Luckily, Spotlight Karaoke has a full bar with servers ready to provide you with a bit of liquid courage.

Starbucks (Deck 5)

Like your coffee house on land, Starbucks on Oasis of the Seas offers all your drink favorites. From lattes to iced teas, refreshers, and frappuccinos, your handcrafted beverages await you on the Royal Promenade.

These beverages do cost extra and are not included in the deluxe beverage package or the Café Select coffee card. If you have one of these packages, you can get included specialty coffee at Café Promenade or Park Café.

Starbucks Menu

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Boleros (Deck 5)

The Latin-inspired Boleros is a staple on Royal Caribbean cruise ships. Boasting a signature cocktail menu featuring daquiris, caipirinhas, and other rum-based drinks, you might feel like you’ve been transported to Havana.

Located in the Royal Promenade, this venue is a great stop for a pre-dinner or post-dinner cocktail while listening to some live music. It also hosts various dance classes throughout the cruise.

Currently, Boleros is a vaccinated only venue.

Boleros Menu

Globe & Atlas Pub (Deck 5)

If you are a beer drinker then this English-style pub might be your favorite stop. If you prefer a classic drink, there are cocktails on the menu too.

The pub features acoustic guitar music most evenings so you can sing along with popular songs in the heart of all the action on the Royal Promenade.

Currently, the Globe & Atlas Pub is a vaccinated only area.

Globe & Atlas Menu

Café Promenade (Deck 5)

Open 24 hours a day, Café Promenade is your go-to spot for snacks any time of day. Serving up breakfast pastries, sandwiches, and small desserts, you will never go hungry.

Located on the Promenade, this Café is a great place to grab a table and people watch.

Like most Royal Caribbean ships, specialty coffee is available at Café Promenade. It also offers a small selection of beer and spirited coffees.

Café Promenade Menu

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Rising Tide Bar (Deck 5)

The Rising Tide Bar is a unique bar experience that everyone must try at least once when sailing on Oasis of the Seas. This spaceship-like capsule ascends and descends 3 floors from the Promenade to Central Park offering some great aerial views during your “flight”.

Unfortunately, this venue no longer offers a signature cocktail menu, but the new standard bar menu instead. The Rising Tide Bar is also a vaccinated only venue at this time.

Bionic Bar (Deck 5)

This un-manned bar features two bartenders that won’t forget your drink. These robot bartenders serve over 50 different concoctions. You can also create your own drink then watch these futuristic mixologists whip it up right in front of you.

While this bar is a bit gimmicky, it is worth at least one visit for the experience. If you are cruising with kids, the robotic bartenders can mix up non-alcoholic drinks as well. This is one of the few bars and lounges where unvaccinated children are currently allowed.

Of note, drinks from the Bionic Bar are excluded from the Diamond drink vouchers; though, the Deluxe Beverage Package does still work here.

Bionic Bar Menu

Schooner Bar (Deck 6)

The Schooner Bar is a nautically themed bar that is a staple across the Royal Caribbean fleet. This venue is home to many activities including trivia and contests during the day, as well as live piano music at night.

This bar’s specialty menu offers classic and timeless cocktails, including our favorites the lavender daiquiri and the sidecar.

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Again, the Schooner Bar is currently a vaccinated only venue.

Schooner Bar Menu

Playmakers Sports Bar and Arcade (Deck 6)

A new addition to the Boardwalk on the Amplified Oasis of the Seas, Playmakers is quickly becoming a fan favorite.

This venue is the perfect place to grab a handcrafted brew and watch a game on the big screens. There is also pub food available at a la carte prices like chicken wings, nachos, and the signature Playmakers burger.

Playmakers Menu

Vintages (Deck 8)

Wine lovers have their own sophisticated hideaway too. Vintages, Royal Caribbean’s wine bar, is located outside in Central Park on Oasis of the Seas. This is the perfect spot to enjoy a glass of vino day or night.

This warm and cozy lounge never gets too crowded, so it is a nice spot to escape for a little quiet time.

Vintages Menu

Trellis Bar (Deck 8)

The Trellis Bar is also located in Central Park on Oasis of the Seas. This venue offers a relaxed, outdoor scene to grab a drink and enjoy the serenity of this neighborhood day or night.

Featuring the standard menu, you can enjoy a light breeze and good company as you marvel at the nighttime sky. While it is outdoors, you don’t have to worry about the crowds, as this is another hidden gem that is in plain sight.

Music Hall (Deck 8)

Family and friends are welcome at this multi-purpose venue during the daytime. After 10 pm, it does become a vaccinated only venue.

With plush seating, a center stage, and dance floor, this two-story venue features live music most nights during the cruise. The ship’s house band will play live dance music from all genres and decades. On our sailing, the Beatles cover band also performed here a few nights.

During the day, the Music Hall is home to several game shows, trivia sessions, and various classes as well. So, it’s a good thing that there are 2 bars, one on each level, at this venue.

Music Hall Menu

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Lime and Coconut (Deck 15 and 16)

The Lime and Coconut Bar has quickly become a fan favorite on Royal Caribbean cruise ships. As a staple of the pool deck, the amplified Oasis of the Seas has not one, not two, not three, but four Lime and Coconut bars!

Amplified Oasis of the Seas bars

You can find two Lime and Coconut bars on deck 15 in the middle of the pool areas, replacing the former Pool Bar and Sand Bar. The additional two bars are located on deck 16, replacing the former Sky Bar and Mast Bar.

The Lime and Coconut Bar features a signature drink menu with many tasty cocktails, including the signature Lime and Coconut drink.

Lime and Coconut Menu

Solarium Bar (Deck 16)

The partially covered, two-story Solarium is exclusively for adults. Located on Deck 16, the Solarium Bar is situated in the middle of this relaxation hub.

So, you can sip a cocktail in style as you relax in one of the day beds or lounge chairs found in this kid-free zone. 

Wipeout Bar (Deck 16)

Last but certainly not least of the Amplified Oasis of the Seas bars is the Wipe Out Bar. Located completely aft of the ship, this is a great location to enjoy a drink while watching the action on the Flowrider.

It is also located nearby to the Ultimate Abyss, the mini-golf, and the zipline. So, you can sip a cocktail while the kids have some fun.

Further, it is a nice spot to enjoy the wake views as well.


Have you sailed on Oasis of the Seas? What are your favorite Amplified Oasis of the Seas bars and cocktails? Drop us an anchor below to share where you like to spend time sipping your favorite drinks onboard Royal Caribbean cruise ships.

Heidi is a physical therapist by profession, cruise enthusiast at heart, and Princess all the time! She is a self-confessed thrill seeker, obsessive planner, and over-packer. She is always looking for the latest and greatest adventures onboard and ashore, enjoys researching top things to do in ports of call, and loves dressing up for formal nights.
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  1. This is without doubt the most informative article about the bars on oasis of the seas that I have been able to find and can’t thank you enough for sharing this information. I don’t suppose you have any advice on dress code for the ships restaurants that you would like to share. I keep reading conflicting information, some saying dinner jackets, suits or sports jackets are essential while others say collared shirts ant trousers will be ok.

      Hi Paul, we are so glad you found the post useful. On Royal Caribbean you will be fine wearing trousers and a collared shirt. Sport coats are not necessary, even on formal night. Khaki style paints, and either a polo or button-downed shirt for men, and similar for women or a casual dress, is what we wear every night and we are certainly not under-dressed. Let us know if you have any other questions.

      Echoing previous comments great info, hopefully not too different to Symptoney of the seas

    Thank you for such an in-depth article. When you refer to speciality drinks does that mean they are not part of the drink package?