Fantastic Cruise on the Liberty of the Seas by plmarroneVerified Review / Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple
Liberty of the Seas first set sail in 2007, and offers voyages to the western Caribbean from Galveston, Texas. The second of Royal Caribbean’s Freedom-class ships, Liberty and her two sisters were the largest cruise vessels in the world until Oasis of the Seas debuted in 2009. Holding 3,798 guests, there is a myriad of activities for fun-seekers to choose from, including the Tidal Wave boomerang slide, surf simulator FlowRider, bumper cars, ice skating, and a rock climbing wall. For activities that are a bit less heart-pounding, there are outdoor movie nights, cooking demonstrations, mini golf, and a mystery dinner theater. Kids will especially love the variety of swimming pools, ice skating shows, DreamWorks character meet-and-greets and parades, and the youth clubs. Adults can unwind and take a dip in the Solarium pool, get a massage at the spa, or take in a Broadway at Sea production.
Aboard Liberty of the Seas, every guest will find something to suit their taste buds. There are nine dining options to choose from, including modern Mexican eatery Sabor, Chops Grille steakhouse, Tuscany-inspired Giovanni’s Table, burgers and shakes at Johnny Rockets, and of course the main dining room and lido deck buffet. For an after-dinner cocktail, try the R-Bar, Latin-themed Boleros club, Schooner piano bar, or Vintages wine bar. Nearly half of the cabins aboard Liberty have balconies, and there is a variety of suites to choose from, including Royal Family Suites which hold up to eight people. One fun cabin “easter egg” that’s only found on the Freedom-class ships is the Ben & Jerry’s “Sweet”, or “cow butt cabin.” The window in this room overlooks the Promenade and sits right behind the cows that welcome guests to Ben & Jerry’s below. As a perk for taking this, erm, obstructed view cabin, cruisers enjoy a cow-themed room and free ice cream during the voyage.
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You should plan ahead where to go before arriving on every port. Some are easily accessible through local trains & that will save you money.
make the most of your day, peruse your Cruise Compass that is left in your room for the next day so you don't miss out on anything that you would be interested in. Don't be afraid to try something new. You can bring onboard 2 - 750ml (standard size) bottles of wine per stateroom. we had a glass while getting ready for dinner in the room. You can also take it to the dining room and they will serve it with your dinner. Bring extension cords in your carry on, you will need them. And a night light if you have an interior room...it is pitch black when you turn off the lights.
If it is your first cruise watch the cruise ship channels. Pay attention to the port of calls and the map. Plan every evening for the next days schedule. You can't do everything so plan out your day. Take pictures. The ship is beautiful!