Liberty of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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4 out of 5

Huge ship!

Sail Date: February 04, 2012

Reviewed: 4 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

It was beautiful and I am sure everything a person could want. It was just too many people for our comfort. Both "at sea" days were rainy, so we didn't really get to enjoy the top decks - pools, etc. We loved our balcony room - nice to quietly enjoy the views.

Pros: great balconly room, beautiful ship, excellent service

Cons: we are very rural - way too many people for us!

Recommends Liberty of the Seas? Yes!

Ship Quality
Entertainment
I would have enjoyed the option of education about the areas we visited...
Food and Dining
We only ate in the dining room once - for lunch. One of the people sitting with us was very unhappy - sent her meal back 3 times and still not happy. We are pretty quiet people - maybe not social enough for a cruise. Eating meals with strangers is kind of weird... The food was good, although the choices limited. We didn't realize until too late that lobster was only offered for dinner one night. The buffet was very busy. We did have very nice little meals - room service, pizza, little sandwiches in the coffee shop, and Johnny Rockets.
Cabin / Stateroom
The balcony was great - roomy and comfortable!
Service and Staff


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