Liberty of the Seas

4.0 out of 5
Price: $ $ $ $     Size: L     Refurbished: 6 yrs ago    
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About Liberty of the Seas

Liberty of the Seas is a large ship, carrying 3634 passengers and 1360 crew, and sails from Galveston, Texas.

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Beautiful ship but the new beds are what I call plywood beds

This cruise ship was very beautiful. . We had a good time with our friends. I went on... Read more
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Contributor Level: Purser
4 out of 5

Kept Getting Better

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Large Group

The hallways to our room did not have nautical art, but room was nicely laid out and clean, steward did a good job.  Then we toured the ship and were most impressed with public areas - especially the Promenade - nice casual restaurants open late and shops.  Food at the many restaurants we sampled was good, Windjammer buffet crowded but good food.  Michalangelo Dining Room is breathtaking with its enormous crystal chandelier and other appointments.  Food and service were outstanding.  The 3800 passengers were a bit of a challenge at times.  Performances by Texas Tenors and the ice skaters were our two favorites.  All in all, a nice cruise with our 50 traveling companions from Sun City.  Tim & Connie Timko

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Contributor Level: Purser
5 out of 5

Granny and Pops Ran Away

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

The cruise overall was great, the Ship was very clean and comfortable. Our dining was excellent, the dining staff took care of our every need and the food was very good. The weather was great for February, our second February cruise and weather was good for both.  Ports of Call - Cozumel and Falmouth were very good with only one or two other cruise ships in port at the same time and the shore excursion by RCCl were well organized.  However, George Town, Grand Cayman was a different story, small port of call and SEVEN cruise ships and we were tender to shore, see the problem, it was shoulder to shoulder.  All and All we had a great time and will do it again in the future.

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4 out of 5

Trend seems to be to families

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

Very good to have a quiet pool area for ADULTS ONLY!. Enjoyed this and also the Olive or Twist in the daytime - a quiet place to talk or read or just relax.

Didn't realize there would be so many children aboard, so many INFANTS! The ship features and amenities are good to keep them busy and away from adults who don't care to spend their vacation hearing screams, crying, running, etc.

Recommend an area set aside dining rooms strictly for adults, no children. Would be nice.

Wonderful shows, a cut above what we have seen before.

The food was so-so; not special.

 

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Contributor Level: Purser
5 out of 5

WONDERFUL TIME

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

I THINK IT WOULD BE A GOOD IDEA TO SUPPLY THE SAUNA AREA WITH HAIR DRYERS AND DISPOSABLE BRUSHES, AND SAMPLES OF  THE  UP STAIRS SPA PRODUCTS, I FOUND THIS WAS VERY GOOD IN A  SPA I VISITED IN CALIFORNIA, WENT IMMEDIATELY AND BOUGHT THEIR PRODUCTS, THE SPA ON THE SHIP PRODUCTS WERE VERY GOOD. THINK YOU COULD EXPAND YOUR SALES IF YOU DID THIS.

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Contributor Level: Purser
4 out of 5

Great days at sea

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Our rooms were quiet and well taken care of. We loved that there were ample deck chairs. On other cruises we've had to fight for them! And, of course, the food was plentiful and fantastic!   There is one area that needs serious improvement and that is disembarking procedures. There needs to be some kind of ticketing system for leaving the ship at port.  We were self-carry, arrived at the designated site 1/2 hour ahead of time and it took us four hours to get off the ship and through customs because there was very poor organization of who should get off first, next, etc.

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Contributor Level: Second Mate
4 out of 5

Liberty of the Seas cruise

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

Overall this was a good cruise. This ship is geared more for kids & there was a lot of them (early February who would guess). The ship did keep them out of the Solarium though. The food was very good and as always the crew was great. As for the ports. Cozumel is nice as it always is. Belize just does not have much to offer, we did the Calypso Train Tour that goes all around the area. It was ok but just not much to see. Glad we did stop but would not go again. Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras was the best part of the trip. We did the glass bottom boat/submarine & it was one of the best tour I have been on. The island really is beautiful. Only really bad thing was leaving the ship in Galveston. It took forever. Worst experience we have had on any ship on any cruise line. There was fog that delayed our arrival to Galveston but this problem was much worse than that. From talking to the porters this happens a lot with this ship.  

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5 out of 5

Great trip

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

The ship was wonderful! Service great! Honduras NOT so good.  We did a bus tour  to get an overview of the island.  Our advice is do a snorkeling excursion. 

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3 out of 5

Beautiful ship but the new beds are what I call plywood beds

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This cruise ship was very beautiful. . We had a good time with our friends. I went on this ship about nine months ago and we had different beds. They were very comfortable. So I was excited to go again. I took 4 couples with us and told them how comfortable the beds were. I was very upset when i laid down. They felt like a pice of plywood with a little padding over them. They were so bad that I had to get my room steward to make up the tiny couch for me. My poor husband endured it and went home with back problems a week later. My friends did the same thing. Had the couch made up. When you spend that much money you dont want to sleep on plywood. We were in rooms 6658 6656 6654 and 6660

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4 out of 5

Information on our 7 day Cruise

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

Food was great, also had wonderful waiters. Shows were excellent. Cabins were ok, but curtains needed to be repaired, sun was shinning thru the curtains. We will try Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines again and try to book on a newer ship. Photos were too expensive all our other cruise had 5 x 7 we did not want all the 8x 10s.  Thanks for all the Good Things.

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1 out of 5

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (young children)

Would not recommend royal carribean to anyone. Our excursions were cancelled and we were not notified of the cancellation until I went to the service desk and asked and they did not seem to want to give me an explanation. Our cruise was cut short and this shut down all shops and the casino.

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DECK 5

Deck Five features the Sphynx, Connoisseur Club, Sorrento's, gift shops, Hoof & Claw Pub, Vintages Wine Bar, Cafe Promenade, the Cupcake Cupboard, Champagne...

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DECK 11

Deck 11 features the ShipShape Fitness Center and the Windjammer Cafe.

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DECK 12

Deck 12 features the Spa, Sky Bar, outdoor jogging track, the Adventure Ocean children's program, the Living Room, nursery, Fuel Teen Disco, Challenger's...

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DECK 4

Deck 4 features the Platinum Theatre, Schooner Bar, the Catacombs dance club, Casino Royale, photo gallery, Boleros Lounge, and the Michelangelo Dining...

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JohMarCruisers
Contributor Level: Purser

You should plan ahead where to go before arriving on every port. Some are easily accessible through local trains & that will save you money.

cable4401
Contributor Level: Purser

The ice show is great and very popular. It should be booked in advance so as to get a seat.

MrChocoholic
Contributor Level: First Mate

Cupcake decorating is NOT just for kids. I'm 61 and loved it.

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Price

L

Size

May 2007

Built

6 yrs ago

Refurbished

3634

Total Passengers

2.67

Crew to Passenger Ratio

14

Number of Decks

1827

Total Cabins

28

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