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Liberty of the Seas Overview

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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Liberty of the Seas Ship Stats

  • Price:
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  • Size: L
  • Total Passengers: 3,634
  • Total Crew: 1,360
  • Crew to Passenger Ratio: 2.67
  • Refurbished: Jan 2011
  • Number of Decks: 14
  • Total Cabins: 1,827
  • Cabin Categories: 28
  • Gross Tonnage: 160,000
  • Length: 1,112
  • Beam: 127

Liberty of the Seas Cabins

1827 cabins and 28 cabin categories.

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Inside Cabin Inside
4.1
(309 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 194 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $102 per night
Oceanview Cabin Oceanview
4.4
(87 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 220 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $118 per night
Balcony Balcony
4.5
(278 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 199 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $148 per night
Suite Cabin Suite
4.2
(61 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 747 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $239 per night

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Liberty of the Seas Dining

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Sabor Sabor
5.0
(10 Reviews)
Johnny Rockets Johnny Rockets
4.8
(17 Reviews)
Cafe Promenade Cafe Promenade
4.7
(20 Reviews)
Sorrentos Pizza Sorrentos Pizza
4.5
(24 Reviews)

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Liberty of the Seas Onboard Activities

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Wipe Out Bar Wipe Out Bar
5.0
(1 Review)
Boleros Lounge Boleros Lounge
5.0
(4 Reviews)
Pub Pub
5.0
(3 Reviews)
Vintages Vintages
5.0
(1 Review)

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2756 Liberty of the Seas Reviews

Absolutely amazing cruise by clewisnp

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

Excellent vacation and booked another cruise already!

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Not As Good As I Hoped. by sheltonchristi7

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

Overall I was happy with the cruise despite many of the ship's shortcomings. It was a welcome break from the daily grind. I feel as though the itinerary really saved this cruise for me as all of the destinations were really great. If you have never cruised with a competing cruise line before and do not bring with you any preconceptions the Freedom of the Seas will blow your mind. It's a great ship with a great crew and some really great amenities. I mean how many ships have an ice skating rink?

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Excellent Trip by spicylife

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

not much I can but excellent and look forward to cruising with RC in the future.

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1033 Liberty of the Seas Tips

JohMarCruisers
Oct 17, 2013

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

StuffwithJen
Mar 28, 2013

Water stations are throughout the ship and a few on Deck 5 (the promenade) were our favorites. Both in the Starbucks and Sorrento’s they have flavored the water with lemons, oranges or mint along with having plain ice water available. It was a great place to grab a drink to stay hydrated without going all the way to the Windjammer. Premium drink package was worth every penny!

groovinggrandma
Mar 28, 2013

The salad at the Cafe on the Prominade was great. Fabulous amaretto cookies at Sorrento's.

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