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3756 Psgrs
Refurbished
3 yrs ago
Oct 2011

What people said about this ship:

"The dining room was very pretty." in 84 reviews.
"The Assistant Cruise Director was Sharlotte and she too was excellent." in 11 reviews.
"Even though this was my second Carnival cruise, we will be trying another line in the future." in 7 reviews.

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food was a discusting mess..at buffet,dinning...only the Steak House Rest...was properly to eat..Room were clean,ship was clean.no..entertainment at all.

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very nice and new experience

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Liberty | Sail Date: Jul 06, 2014


Was a very nice trip for our family, kids were bussy all the time with the camp carnival, food was very good my experience was delightful since I booked the trip, the agent was excellent in customer service.

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Another Great Carnival Cruise!

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Liberty | Sail Date: Jun 28, 2014


We just returned from an 8 night Southern Caribbean cruise on Carnival’s Liberty out of Port Canaveral. It was our second cruise and the longest and it was great!

 

Instead of carrying all of our luggage on like we did last time, we checked most of our baggage and they made it safely to our room that evening. It made for a much more pleasant boarding. However, on disembarking my wife’s suitcase was misplaced and it took us about 30 minutes before someone was able to locate it.

 

The ship was considerably larger and more elegantly decorated than our first (Carnival Sensation…which we enjoyed, as well). We spent a lot of time in the Lido Pool (aft) which was adult only and on deck 10 above it which had both sun and shade all across mid-ship. It was more peaceful than the Coney Island Pool where all the people were who were looking to party! The Serenity Deck was very nice with pit groups, large loungers, hammocks, and Jacuzzis. But it was often too windy to be comfortable and a lot of the noise from the main pool still came through. The bar in the atrium was nice and they often had a singer with an acoustic guitar there when they were not having trivia contests.

 

We had a balcony room on deck 8 about mid-ship. The location was perfect and the view definitely made it worth the extra expense. And concerning the expense, it was probably less altogether than you’d spend on a week on the beach in Florida! Considering the fact that it was a ship instead of a hotel room, the size was pretty good. The bed was comfortable. As always, the bathroom was a little tight but it was OK.

 

The room steward (Manny) was great and always greeted us when we saw him. He made it seem like magic the way he always got our room ready each morning and evening and we rarely saw him! The towel animals were cute (the monkey, in particular) and the chocolates with the turn-down service and the next day’s activities were always there in the evening. I had a Trip Advisor Excellence in Service pin which I presented him and he definitely earned it (along with a little something extra)!

 

We initially had late dining and the maitre d'(Vasili) was very accommodating. He changed us to a private table for 4 and later (when one of our party was having digestive problems from eating too late) he arranged for us to eat at an earlier time. We were in the Silver Olympian dining room and it was beautifully decorated! The service was always excellent and the food was usually very good. Two dishes I would avoid are the Flat Iron Steak and the Lobster Bisque. As always, their signature dessert (Chocolate Melting Cake) was to die for! And I don’t know how they do it for three thousand people, but the lobster was perfect! Occasionally, the service staff would do a little show us for towards the end of dinner and it was always entertaining. The brunch on sea days was always very good as well.

 

We tried most of the other restaurants. The burgers at Guys Burger Joint were great! The burritos at Blue Iguana Cantina were OK but not as good as Moes. The thin crust pizzas at the Lido Pool were good. The Mongolian Wok was very slow (which, I guess, is the nature of this type of eatery) but good. And I like spicy food so I ordered the Szechuan sauce. But it was so hot (spicy) that I literally could not eat it! So be warned! The Lido deck buffet was OK and pretty much what you would expect. The Omelet station was good.

 

The drinks were good if a little pricey. I did the “Bubbles” adder since I drink a lot of soft drinks. But we didn’t do the “Cheers” adder that allows you up to 15 drinks a day because everyone in your stateroom has to do it as well and my wife doesn’t drink often. The Ultimate Margarita was exceptional and I did splurge and do the drink made out of a whole pineapple! The Blue Iguana Tequila Bar is really a misnomer. They have 7 or 8 tequilas and none of the really good ones.

 

The main shows in the Venetian palace were all quite good. They live band was excellent and I would encourage Carnival to NOT discontinue them as I hear they are about to do. The dancers and singers were very professional and entertaining and the production, sets, and chorography were all top notch (with only a few exceptions). There was one black performer they brought in for one night (whose name escapes me) who really brought the house down with his rendition of Nessun Dorma! We went to one comedy show and it was funny but seemed to work too hard at being vulgar.

 

The ports (Curacao, Aruba, Grand Turk) were all great! Curacao was a colorful little town. If you make port late (as we did), I suggest going directly to the Punda side of Willemstad since most shops close around 5:30 pm. Just across the Queen Emma pontoon bridge is a little sidewalk café that runs along the harbor called the Iguana Café which is a great place to have a drink and enjoy the view. The Rif Fort right at the port has some nice shops, bars, and restaurants as well.

 

In Aruba we did a day pass at the Occidental Grand and we enjoyed it! You can get the passes directly from the hotel or (like we did) through online sites like ShoreExcursioneer.com. Grab a short $14 taxi ride to the resort and they give you your bracelets at the front desk giving you complete access to their resort including unlimited food and drink! The staff was very friendly and helpful. The pool and the beach were wonderful! The food was good but…the drinks were not. They only had a limited selection of cheap liquors and things like daiquiris and pina coladas were premixed and they just poured some rum on top. Not very good. You’ll probably get asked about their timeshare at some point but that’s OK. However, we still felt it was worth it and enjoyed our time there. If you eat outside, be careful the birds or the iguanas don’t steal your food…they’re pretty bold!

 

Grand Turk was our favorite port! You walk right off the ship and onto a beach at the cruiseport! Just grab yourself one of the hundreds of lounge chairs waiting for you under one of the palm trees and enjoy! It’s what most people imagine when you think of a small tropical island…beautiful white beaches lined with palm and coconut trees and the water is the clearest I’ve ever seen! You can stand in the water chest high and still see clearly to the bottom! You don’t need snorkeling gear to see the multitude of fish swimming past you! But bring water shoes because there’s a lot of coral in the water. When you get off the ship, you can either go straight and check out the shops, turn left and go towards Margarittaville and their pool and beach area (expect locals to come by with offers for tours and timeshares), or turn right if you want a little more peace and quiet. There you will find a garden-like area under the palm trees with lounge chairs, a monument to astronaut John Glenn (whose capsule splashed down near there), a masseuse, and a quiet little bar. Just past the pier is a statue of a humpback whale (they migrate through there from January to April). If you walk past the pier and the whale statue about a mile or so to the point, you can often find large conch shells.

 

All in all, a great cruise and we hated to come back!

 

If you plan a long drive to Port Canaveral, Country Inn and Suites has a great Park and Stay package that allows you to leave your car there without paying a daily fee and use their shuttle to and from the ship (which we have taken advantage of on both of our cruises). While you’re there, the pier at Cocoa Beach is a great place to go for dinner or to watch the sunset while having a drink and listening to some live music.

 

P.S. One sour note. The way they did safety briefing this time was to require everyone to go to their muster station which was outside the ship where they would actually go to abandon ship. They then lined us up packed as tight as sardines and had us stand there until everyone on the ship was accounted for before showing us how to put on a life vest. It was extremely hot and uncomfortable and claustrophobic and completely unnecessary. There HAS to be a better way to do this! There’s no way older people and people with disabilities could endure this!

 

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A Cruise worth taking but there is room for improvement

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Liberty | Sail Date: Jun 28, 2014


 This journey to the South Caribbean certainly shows off the treasures of Curaçao, Aruba, and Grand Turk.  The dining experience was memorable, as well as the service provided.  Nightly entertainment was    somewhat weak due to limited variety and particular quality of some of the performers.  The casino was not even a possibility due to the clouds of cigarette smoke.  Finally. Bring a sweater or jacket since the ship's temperature is akin to being in a refrigerator.  Overall, a good time was had by all in our group.

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Not Much to do around the ship.

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It was good foods but very bland except of course for the Taco bar, the hamburgers are murdered and I saw them putting somethink on top of them between the cheese, hopefully not lard.  The brunch was VERY nice and the TEATIME was veru nice. The servers were very nice but they must not have enough help in the kitchen because it took so long to get through dinner, like two hours.  I guess the whole thing is, this time of year is not for me, it was too crowded, had very little to do on ship and we had four days on the ship. For example, I went to the arts and crafts and it was a guy from South Africa saying here is a craft but I don't know how to do it.  They wanted $95.00 for a tour of the bridge. They didn't even have any dance lessons. 

The Ship was VERY clean.

My room was tinywieny but the air was cool and the sheets smelled good.

This is the FIRST crusie that they were not strick about people getting off, everyone just piled down and didn't line up to get off, well some people lined up early and other people just came and cut into the lines, but I must say everyone got off fast.  No tenders so that was good.

Our excursions were very nice also. 

 

 

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Lobster tail night. Yum. Looking from the mirror.

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Awesome cruise

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Liberty | Sail Date: Jun 20, 2014


This cruise and itinerary were fantastic. The waitstaff and food were great, my room steward Ida was so friendly and accommodating, room always looked perfect. Shows were very good, Cory , the cruise director was very funny, something that he needs to show his activities people how to be. They had no personalities at all, no comparison to Royal Caribbean who were very funny, friendly to passengers and overall a joy to see. Dealers in casino were overall very friendly. I would suggest booking excursions beforehand as some do sell out. Grand Turk, the beach is right there with a pool right off the pier which 

was great! everyone was very friendly; this was the best cruise I ever went on. 

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Smell & Food

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Liberty | Sail Date: Jun 20, 2014


My biggest complaint of the cruise was the smell. There was a constant smell of sewage. The food wasn't that great either. Buffett & resturants closed before the tome they were suppose to.One night in the formal dining area I ordered rice and there was plastic in it. We took two exclusions while we were on the ship. Aruba was great. Curaçao not so much. Probably will never sail with carnival again.

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8 Night Cruise

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Everything was excellent.

From the time we go on board until we had to leave the following Saturday.

We left with a heavy heart, knowing it was over.

Everyone was so helpful, the guy who took care of our rooms was so pleasant and friendly.

I cannot say enough about the young Lady who served us dinner, she and her assistants are a credit to your Company.

I will be coming back for another trip with Carnival next year.

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small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Liberty | Sail Date: Jun 20, 2014


This is only the 2nd cruise I've been on. I have to say, the food in the dining room was awful most nights. We stopped going after about the 3rd night.  The burgers, deli sandwiches, and mongolian wok were good, but most other food, not so much.  Luis took care of our rooms, and was awesome! Very friendly and helpful!! Our waiter in the dining room was not very friendly and often took an extremely long time to tend to us.  The hallways often smelled like sewage, but was bearable.  We are looking to take a cruise on a different cruise line next year.

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About Carnival Liberty

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Inside Cabins
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Oceanview Cabins
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Balcony Cabins
54
Suite Cabins
4
Restaurants
4
Pools

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Service and Staff: 77%
Destinations & Excursions: 75%
Ship Quality: 70%

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Cabins of Carnival Liberty

Interior Stateroom on Carnival Liberty Size:
185 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-sized bed a private bathroom with shower bathrobes toiletry amenity basket beach towels refrigerator mini-bar interactive TV mini-safe phone and hairdryer.
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-sized bed a private bathroom with shower obstructed picture window bathrobes toiletry amenity basket beach towels refrigerator mini-bar interactive TV mini-safe phone and hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guests staterooms.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
1007, 1008, 9285, 9286, 9291, 9292, 8342, 8345, 9204, 6354, 6286, 6311, 6381, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 6205, 6206, 7205, 7206, 9202, 9203, 7332, 7335

Available On Decks:
RIVIERA DECK, LIDO DECK, PANORAMA DECK, VERANDAH DECK, MAIN DECK, EMPRESS DECK, UPPER DECK

Reviews:

6 Reviews from travelers who stayed in a Interior Stateroom

Balcony Stateroom on Carnival Liberty Size:
185 sq ft.; Balcony: 35 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-sized bed a private balcony private bathroom with shower bathrobes toiletry amenity basket beach towels refrigerator mini-bar interactive TV mini-safe phone and hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guests staterooms. Guests will be permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
6207, 6208

Available On Decks:
LIDO DECK, VERANDAH DECK, EMPRESS DECK, UPPER DECK, SPA DECK, PANORAMA DECK

Reviews:

15 Reviews from travelers who stayed in a Balcony Stateroom

Oceanview Stateroom on Carnival Liberty Size:
220 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-sized bed a picture window private bathroom with shower bathrobes toiletry amenity basket beach towels refrigerator mini-bar interactive TV mini-safe phone and hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guests staterooms.
Please Note: Staterooms 2446 and 2449 have obstructed views.
Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guests staterooms.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
2465

Available On Decks:
MAIN DECK, RIVIERA DECK

Reviews:

7 Reviews from travelers who stayed in a Oceanview Stateroom

Aft-View Extended Balcony Stateroom on Carnival Liberty Size:
185 sq ft.; Balcony: 60 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-sized bed a private balcony private bathroom with shower bathrobes toiletry amenity basket beach towels refrigerator mini-bar interactive TV mini-safe phone and hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guests staterooms. Guests will be permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Available On Decks:
EMPRESS DECK, UPPER DECK, VERANDAH DECK

Grand Suite on Carnival Liberty Size:
345 sq ft.; Balcony: 85 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-sized bed a private furnished balcony and sitting area with sofa. A private bathroom includes a shower whirlpool tub double sink and bidet. Additional amenities include a vanity area with sink and table dressing room walk-in closet bathrobes toiletry amenity basket beach towels refrigerator mini-bar interactive TV mini-safe phone and hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guests staterooms. Guests will be permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Available On Decks:
EMPRESS DECK

Ocean Suite on Carnival Liberty Size:
275 sq ft.; Balcony: 65 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-sized bed a private furnished balcony and sitting area with sofa. A private bathroom includes a shower whirlpool tub double sink and bidet. Additional amenities include a vanity area with sink and table dressing room walk-in closet bathrobes toiletry amenity basket beach towels refrigerator mini-bar interactive TV mini-safe phone and hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guests staterooms. Guests will be permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
7228

Available On Decks:
EMPRESS DECK

Reviews:

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Premium Balcony Stateroom on Carnival Liberty Size:
185 sq ft.; Balcony: 75 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-sized bed a private balcony private bathroom with shower bathrobes toiletry amenity basket beach towels refrigerator mini-bar interactive TV mini-safe phone and hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guests staterooms. Guests will be permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Available On Decks:
VERANDAH DECK

Interior Bunk Bed Stateroom on Carnival Liberty Size:
185 sq ft.

Amenities:
- One upper bed and one lower bed (bunk bed) a private bathroom with shower bathrobes toiletry amenity basket beach towels refrigerator mini-bar interactive TV mini-safe phone and hairdryer.

Please Note: cabin numbers 1207 1208 1211 1212 2211 2212 2216 and 2217 have 2 porthole windows. All other category 1A cabins are interior staterooms.
Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guests staterooms.

Available On Decks:
VERANDAH DECK, EMPRESS DECK, UPPER DECK, MAIN DECK, RIVIERA DECK

Junior Suite on Carnival Liberty Size:
275 sq ft.; Balcony: 35 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-sized bed a private furnished balcony and sitting area with sofa. A private bathroom includes a shower whirlpool tub double sink and bidet. Additional amenities include a vanity area with sink and table dressing room walk-in closet bathrobes toiletry amenity basket beach towels refrigerator mini-bar interactive TV mini-safe phone and hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guests staterooms. Guests will be permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Available On Decks:
LIDO DECK

Premium Vista Balcony Stateroom on Carnival Liberty Size:
185 sq ft.; Balcony: 75 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-sized bed a private balcony private bathroom with shower bathrobes toiletry amenity basket beach towels refrigerator mini-bar interactive TV mini-safe phone and hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guests staterooms. Guests will be permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Available On Decks:
VERANDAH DECK, EMPRESS DECK, UPPER DECK

Porthole Stateroom on Carnival Liberty Size:
220 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-sized bed two porthole windows private bathroom with shower bathrobes toiletry amenity basket beach towels refrigerator mini-bar interactive TV mini-safe phone and hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guests staterooms.

Available On Decks:
MAIN DECK, RIVIERA DECK

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Deck Plans for Carnival Liberty

Carnival Liberty

 

SKY DECK

The Sky Deck features a pool slide and the adults' only - Serenity.


2 Upper Beds
2 Upper Beds
1 Upper Bed
1 Upper Bed
Twins/King Bed & Double Sofa Bed
Twins/King Bed & Double Sofa Bed
Queen Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Queen Bed & Single Sofa Bed
2 Porthole Windows
2 Porthole Windows
Unisex Wheelchair Accessible Restroom
Unisex Wheelchair Accessible Restroom
Twin Beds Don't Convert to King
Twin Beds Don't Convert to King
Twin Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Twin Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Twins/King Bed & Single Convertible Sofa
Twins/King Bed & Single Convertible Sofa
Twins/King & Upper Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Twins/King & Upper Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Queen Bed
Queen Bed
Queen & Upper Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Queen & Upper Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Connecting Staterooms
Connecting Staterooms
Twin/King Bed & Single Sofa & 2 Upper Beds
Twin/King Bed & Single Sofa & 2 Upper Beds
Wheelchair Accessible Stateroom
Wheelchair Accessible Stateroom
Obstructed View
Obstructed View
SKY DECK

Dining

Your Time Dining on Carnival Liberty Dine in the main dining room anytime between 5:45 and 9:30 PM. Guests are usually seated within 20 minutes on a first-come, first-serve basis, depending on party size. Parties of 10 or more may need to be accommodated at different tables.

Seating Times: 5:45 - 9:30 PM.
Dress: We suggest smart casual dress attire. On formal evenings, formal dress is required. Shorts and swimwear are not permitted.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservations required.

Golden & Silver Olympian Restaurants on Carnival Liberty Dine on a variety of culinary delights, beautifully presented and attentively served, in the elegant Golden or Silver Olympian Restaurants.

Seating Times: Breakfast: 7:45-9 AM; Lunch: Noon to 1:30 PM; Dinner: Early: 5:45-6:15PM or Late: 8-8:30PM.
Dress: We suggest smart casual dress attire. On formal evenings, formal dress is required. Shorts and swimwear are not permitted.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
Reservations required.

Harry's Steakhouse on Carnival Liberty Make it an evening to remember with an intimate dinner in this elegant steakhouse, perched high above the ship. You'll dine on top-quality steaks and superbly prepared seafood, complemented by fine wine, attentive service, and engaging live entertainment.

Seating Times: Open for dinner 6-9:30 PM. Please allow 2 1/2 hours for your dining experience.
Dress: We suggest formal attire
Costs: A nominal fee of $35 USD per dining guest, including gratuities. The fee does not include specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks which are offered at current bar menu prices.
Reservations required.

This exclusive dining event for 12 lucky guests features a multi-course dinner hosted by one of Carnival's master chefs. The evening includes a private cocktail reception, a tour of the galley led by the chef, and a sumptuous dinner in a non-traditional dining venue, such as the gallery or the library. (Dining location depends on the vessel).

Seating Times: TBA
Dress: We suggest formal attire.
Costs: $75 per dining guest; the fee does not include specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks which are offered at current bar menu prices.
Reservations are required and need to be made onboard at the ship's guest service desk.

Emile's Buffet on Carnival Liberty Dine in the relaxed atmosphere of this indoor-outdoor buffet, featuring crisp salads, pasta, chicken, steak, seafood, and yummy desserts. There's a deli, a section for Asian food, a fish & chips stand, and a grill for hamburgers and hot dogs. Those who love a midnight snack will especially enjoy the late-night buffets.

Seating Times: Check onboard for times.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservation required.

Guy's Burger Joint on Carnival Liberty Guests can enjoy delicious fresh off the grill burgers designed by cookbook author and TV star Guy Fieri or they can create their own masterpiece at the condiment bar. Burgers come with hand-cut fries and a variety of tasty toppings.

Seating Times: Open for lunch, snack and dinner. Check onboard for hours of operation.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservations required.

Mongolian Wok on Carnival Liberty Indulge your craving for Asian fare at this design-your-own-stir-fry bar. Experienced chefs man the woks while you choose your preferred noodles, veggies, meat and sauce.

Seating Times: Late morning to early evening; check onboard for exact hours of operation.
Dress: Always casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservations required.

Origami Sushi Bar on Carnival Liberty Watch the sushi chef prepare fresh Nigiri salmon, California rolls, Nigira Toro, and other delicious Japanese delicacies for your enjoyment. Then grab some chopsticks and sample these colorful creations.

Seating Times: Check onboard for times.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservation required.

The Taste Bar on Carnival Liberty Sample complimentary bite-sized appetizers before dinner for a taste of flavors that await at the ship's most popular dining venues.

Seating Times: Check onboard for hours of operation.
Dress: Always casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservations required.

Blue Iguana Cantina on Carnival Liberty Hungry vacationers can swing on by this poolside Mexican cantina and fill up on freshly prepared burritos, tacos, homemade tortillas and a variety of salsas.

Seating Times: Open for lunch, snack and dinner. Check onboard for hours of operation.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservations required.

Pizzeria & Grille on Carnival Liberty Stop by for a warm, delicious slice of pizza any time, day or night.

Seating Times: Open 24 hours.
Dress: Casual.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservation required.

Jardin Cafe on Carnival Liberty Jardin Café offers freshly brewed coffee, cappuccino, tea, and delicious pastries.

Seating Times: Check onboard for times.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: A nominal fee for all items sold at the café.
No reservation required.

Room Service on Carnival Liberty Nobody goes to bed hungry aboard Carnival ships. No matter what time your appetite catches up with you, complimentary and cheerful stateroom service is just a phone call away.

Seating Times: Available 24 hours.
Dress: No dress code.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.

Entertainment

Art Gallery on Carnival Liberty Deck: LOBBY DECK
Type: Other
Description: Browse the diverse and stunning array of fabulous artwork.

Camp Carnival on Carnival Liberty Deck: SUN DECK
Type: Kids Zone
Description: From finger painting to cartoon time, the little ones will have a blast at this supervised camp for kids ages 2-11.

Circle C on Carnival Liberty Deck: ATLANTIC DECK
Type: Kids Zone
Description: One of the coolest spots on board is Circle C and it's just for kids 12-14... video games, dance parties, late night movies, Karaoke and more. What could be more fun?

Club O2 on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Kids Zone
Description: We know just what teenagers 15-17 like...Music, video games, food, new friends and BIG fun, Carnival Liberty Club O2's got it; the perfect 'round-the-clock hangout full of the funnest things to do.

Czar's Palace Casino on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Gaming
Description: Play cards like a pro at Carnival Liberty's Czar's Palace Casino. Poker's not your game? There's craps, blackjack, roulette, slots and more.

Eagles Lounge on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Bar
Description: Meet, greet, chill and chat at the Burgundy Lounge. It's a cool place to have a drink, tell friends a joke, listen to live music and laugh 'til dawn.

Formalities on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Other
Description: Rent your formal wear here.

Gloves Sports Bar on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Bar
Description: Kick back, grab a drink and root for your team or just catch up with friends old and new at the sports bar.

Hot & Cool Dance Club on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Bar
Description: Dance. Dance. Dance. The party is in full swing at the dance club. Show off your moves and make new friends in the process.

Internet Cafe on Carnival Liberty Deck: ATLANTIC DECK
Type: Other
Description: Send friends and family a quick email and don't forget to include a picture. They'll be so jealous.

Jardin Cafe on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Snack
Description: Take a break from all the fun you're having and grab a cup o' joe at the Carnival Caf, our coffee bar. It's located on the Promenade deck and the specialties include tasty coffees and sweets.

Library on Carnival Liberty Deck: ATLANTIC DECK
Type: Other
Description: Catch up on your reading, write family and friends back home or stimulate your brain with a game of Chess, Checkers, or Scrabble in the Library.

Mini Golf on Carnival Liberty Deck: SUN DECK
Type: Sports
Description: Foooooore! Have a swinging good time at the Sun deck's new 9-hole mini-golf course. The greens are meticulously maintained and the view is great. Just remember your follow through and no bogeys allowed.

Paparazzi Wine Bar on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Bar
Description: The perfect place to begin and end your night, the wine bar has a vintage for even the most discriminating connoisseur.

Photo Gallery on Carnival Liberty Deck: ATLANTIC DECK
Type: Shop
Description: The photo gallery is loaded with some of your best Fun Ship moments. Pick your favorites; then take home your fondest and most fun memories.

Piano Man Bar on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Bar
Description: Visit the Carnival Liberty Piano Man piano bar for the ultimate in fun. Listen to live music, make song requests, sing along or just chill with others.

SeasideTheater on Carnival Liberty Deck: PANORAMA DECK
Type: Entertainment
Description: Watch movies, concerts, news, sporting events, and even watch others shake their groove thing on the Carnival Seaside Theatre. It's a 12'x22' jumbo-sized LED screen with a crystal-clear picture and a 70,000-watt, easy-to-hear sound system.

Spa Carnival on Carnival Liberty Deck: SPA DECK
Type: Health
Description: Relax, it's all in the technique. Feel the stress sail away as you pamper yourself with soothing treatments and massages for your body and soul at the Carnival Fantasy Spa Carnival...Ahhhhh.

Sports Deck on Carnival Liberty Deck: SUN DECK
Type: Health
Description: It's all in fun on the Sun deck. Have a swinging good time at the 9-hole mini-golf course, take a quick jog around the padded jogging track, play Ping Pong, volleyball, Shuffle Board, or shoot some hoops.

Sports Deck on Carnival Liberty Deck: SPA DECK
Type: Health
Description: It's all in fun on the Sun deck. Have a swinging good time at the 9-hole mini-golf course, take a quick jog around the padded jogging track, play Ping Pong, volleyball, Shuffle Board, or shoot some hoops.

The Cabinet Cigar Bar on Carnival Liberty Deck: ATLANTIC DECK
Type: Health
Description: What better way to end the night (or to start the night) than a glass of port and a nice stogey?

The Fun Shops on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Shop
Description: Everything from t-shirts to high-end timepieces, trinkets to your favorite spirits (duty-free) - That's what you'll find at the shops of Carnival. Find the perfect Fun Ship gifts for friends, family and yourself.

The Garden Atrium on Carnival Liberty Deck: ATLANTIC DECK
Type: Other
Description:

The Garden Atrium on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Other
Description:

The Promenade on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Entertainment
Description:

The Promenade Bar on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Bar
Description:

The Stage Bar on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Bar
Description:

Venetian Palace Main Lounge on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Entertainment
Description: The Carnival Liberty Venetian Palace is the place to see a spectacular stage show full of music, dancing, lights and costumes that could rival any Broadway performance.

Venetian Palace Main Lounge on Carnival Liberty Deck: LOBBY DECK
Type: Entertainment
Description: The Carnival Liberty Venetian Palace is the place to see a spectacular stage show full of music, dancing, lights and costumes that could rival any Broadway performance.

Venetian Palace Main Lounge on Carnival Liberty Deck: ATLANTIC DECK
Type: Entertainment
Description: The Carnival Liberty Venetian Palace is the place to see a spectacular stage show full of music, dancing, lights and costumes that could rival any Broadway performance.

Victoria Aft Lounge on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Bar
Description: Meet, greet, chill and chat at the aft lounge. It's a cool place to have a drink, tell friends a joke, listen to live music and laugh 'til dawn.

Video Arcade on Carnival Liberty Deck: PROMENADE DECK
Type: Kids Zone
Description: If you love to play video games we've got just the spot for you - no matter your age. Check out The Warehouse video arcade, which is equipped with the latest high tech games.

103 Tips for Carnival Liberty

Plan out your day somewhat. There is so much to do, you'll miss it if you don't, but be flexible to changes.

The top of the kids slide was the best place to lay out with an amazing breeze while cruising. Also, the popcorn is hidden behind the bar on the same deck as the outdoor movies.

Go to the comedy club and the Venetian Room shows. Stay away from the Steak House. Lonestar is better!

For peace from annoying kids, check out the adult only pool and jacuzzis at the back of the ship.

definately hit the martini bar and see Mirko. he is difinately a mixologist. the fruit in the drinks are better for you than all that sugar in the syrup mixers. oh...and don't forget about the cigar lounge. our bartender Yoga, was awesome

Be sure to check out Guy's Burgers and the Seaday Brunch in the main dining rooms

The summer cruises are crowded and too windy out. I would recommend December.

Go to all the shows

Adult only pool at the back is the place to be if you don't want to hear the loud music on the lido deck or have children running around. Dine your only time is also great if you don't want to be set in the same time for dinner every night.

If you like good burgers, you have to hit Guy's Burger Joint.

Get up early on "at sea days" and enjoy the Sea Day Brunch in the Silver Dining Room. It was so worth it. You can always get back in bed and nap on a full tummy. Try the adults only pool and hot tub. I also ate breakfast and lunch there in that area. Emile's was always so crowded.

You have to be up early to eat at the buffet because the lines can get extremely long. Also be one of the first people off of the ship so that you can explore the island and get back to the ship to enjoy the pool, it can get a little crowded while sailing.

The best place to eat lunch is on deck 10 by the Fish N Chips. We got lunch many days and took it up here to eat. It was always very quiet up there.

they provide shampoo, body wash and toothpaste, beach towels. I recommend lots of sunscreen, sun glasses, a nice scarf or hat for the ladies expect a lot of bad hair days! there are 2 nights in which you need to dress up for dinner,dress pants and shirt for the men, no sandals or flip flops.

Go to the shows-Magic/Dance/Silver Garden

bring a walkie talkie. Helps with communicating with your group.

At 3:30 pm is were most of the best food closes, so for sail days try everything! Mongolian Wok has a lot of lines, so if you want to try plan accordingly. I was on level 7, and it was really perfect for accessing food/pool, debarkation, lobby area, etc.

Lines at the Mongolian Wok are long, but worth it. Guys Burger Joint has awesome burgers too.

Don't need to purchase an excursion at Turks the fun is right there at the port.

Ask for Bobby in the golden pavillion, he was the absolute best waiter.

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