Liberty of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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2 out of 5

Liberty of the Seas Royal Carribean

Sail Date: July 03, 2016

Reviewed: 6 months ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

The ports of call were the best part of this cruise. I would not recommend this ship in the future.The amount of people on this ship was far to many for the activities and space available on board. There were 3600 passengers and 1000 crew. That is want one of the crew members told us.This ship was recently renovated to accommodate 600 more passengers. The activities on board were not published in the daily newsletter. It was hard to find things to do that would accommodate everyone in the evening. The anytime dining was the best choice to be able to eat when you wanted but the dress code was never enforced for example no shorts and t shirts hats in dining room- this happened on formal night. The service at dinner was slow and the food was fair. The portion were small compared to other cruises we have been on.

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Our cabin was in a good spot with a balcony on the ship.
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