Carnival Liberty Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern
Review SummaryWe really enjoyed this cruise, and would definitely cruise on this itinery again. The ship was immaculate, and cabin stewards friendly and efficient. The buffets on the Lido deck were awesome, and the Pizza and burgers were great.
Harry's Supper club provided excellent service, and the food was reminiscent of cruises we took many years ago, when dining service was elegant, and food outstanding.
The dining room service was lacking, as if waiters were encouraged to "forget" to offer you extras, like coffee when you were ordering dessert. The food in the dining rooms was acceptable, with some better than average selections, however service was so slow one could fall asleep between courses, and we missed dessert on a couple of occasions just to get to the show on time.
Entertainment was excellent, and the live musicians throughout the ship were incredibly good. Shows in the theatre were also great, much better than we experienced on our last Royal Caribbean Cruise. Casino staff were friendly, and special tournaments offered were fun (if not rewarding!).
The ports of call were wonderful,, especially Magen's Bay on St. Thomas, and Grand Turk. The beach at Grand Turk cruise center was beautiful, and had good snorkeling, without the expense of a separate excursion. The ship docked right in old San Juan, and so it was easy to walk through the streets, shop and see the beautiful architecture and history straight from the ship.
We met many fun people, and our wonderful dining companions were the main reason we kept returning to the formal dining room nightly.
Definitely a cruise for relaxing and fun.
Food and Dining
Service and Staff
Cabin / Stateroom
Pros: Harry's Supper Club
Cons: Dining Room Service