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Liberty of the Seas Cabin Reviews - Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom

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Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom Cabins 60 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area (some with sofa bed), private balcony and private bathroom. Rates vary from deck to deck. (177 sq. ft., balcony 74 sq. ft.)
Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom (E2)
Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom (E2)

Cabin Rating
Nice cabin towards the forward section of the ship (right under the cantilevered whirlpools). It's a great cabin if porting in Haiti and Falmouth. If going to Labadee, you get to view Haiti the whole way into the port and have a great view when in port. In Falmouth, you get to see Jamaica as the boat turns around to port, and have a great view of the entire port area. Would definitely stay in this exact same cabin again. Very close the elevators, and just steps away from the Royal Promenade. It is right across from the service area, so when they are bringing the bags up to the floor, it gets a little busy in the area. But it was quiet the whole time.  Read entire member review.
Inside promenade room is small. It is nice having the window and the two small couches. But it is difficult to negotiate around the twin beds. There is also very little storage space in these cabins.  Read entire member review.
Another fab time by netballer
cabin 6298 great cabin, nice balcony with 2 chairs and table ( loungers would of been better) ample space and great steward  Read entire member review.

This was a great room. We got lucky with the accessible cabin because all other balconies were booked. Everything is extra large for wheelchair access. The bathroom was huge as well as the balcony and the room itself was about the size of a suite.

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The stateroom supposedly it was a balcony it likes an improved stateroom on the back of the ship limited ocean view do not feel in that you have a balcony.

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Sights and Relaxation by bccruisers
As usual, the bathroom shower was too small...comfy bed...ship-wide musak would not turn off until disengaged by maintenance...on westbound transatlantic pick a port side cabin.  Read entire member review.
We were in cabin 6596 in the middle of the ship. It was a Category E2. We were happy with the location of the cabin although felt it was a little small. The bathroom door was in front of the closets so it was a little awkward.  Read entire member review.
cabin 6638, on the hump of the ship port side best cabin in my opinion, amazing views along the ship. close to the lift and stairs. no noise from other cabins or above/below spacious balcony plenty of cupboard space comfy beds  Read entire member review.

The cabin was clean and adequate for our needs. The only issue we had was a delay in getting the shampoo dispenser refilled quickly.

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6648 has a larger balcony than some and a slightly larger interior with room behind the curtain for storage. It is not far from the lifts. There was no noise from people passing by and in all repsects was just as expected.  Read entire member review.

We were in 7226, a 'deluxe balcony stateroom' and it spacious and well appointed. The bathroom was plenty big enough, the shower was hot and powerful and the bed - oh the bed! It had an 'egg-cup' style foam matress topper and it was the most comfortable bed I've ever slept in! It was huge and perfect and I wanted to throw it over the side of the ship and take it home with me on the final morning!

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Cabin was good. Location of cabin was a long walk to center of ship. Storage was adequate. Very clean cabin. Sheets & bedding of above average quality. No obstructions from balcony.  Read entire member review.
Could hear music from Royal Promenade parades in cabin.  Read entire member review.
7278 (E2) - plenty big for 2 people. Enough storage, and room under the beds for suitcases. A bit far from the back stairs. Nice balcony and GREAT room steward! 7279 & 7281 (PR) - a bit cramped for 2 teenage boys especially when the beds are apart. Enough closet space, and nice view of the Promenade.  Read entire member review.
A trip to remember by cruisetime48
Stateroom was a balcony on the 7th deck. We found it roomy, though the over head bed, was a bit dangerous, as two of us hot our heads more then once! We had no problams with noise, and we liked the area we were at. I will request this again! The beds are comfortable. And we enjoyed the balcony a lot.  Read entire member review.

Cabin was nice. As expected.

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Furniture very small and uncomfortable everywhere Need more variety in food option EVERYWHERE, especially for vegetarians. Music in the clubs needs to be more popular music than main stream dance Wish you would offer outdoor movies on the pool desk like Princess and Carnival Need better variety of in room TV programming 24 hours a day  Read entire member review.

Nice enough, small, but had everything we needed. Cleaning services were good enough but not great.

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Lovely Ship by pork12345
Booked 3 inside cabins and 1 balcony. Great pillow top beds. Did our homework to select the location of rooms. No noise problems. All were adequate for space for roller bags and backpacks.  Read entire member review.
E. Caribbean on the Liberty of the Seas by Vincent & Mary Finelli
Great wheelchair accessible cabin with spacious balcony.  Read entire member review.

Nice cabin. Good location, quiet. Cabin is on the hump but standard size....balcony was a bit larger.

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Cabin - 7644 on the hump , good balcony, not windy, bed comfortable, good storage in wardrobe, only issue is wardrobe door and bathroom door too close together.

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This was a great room! Our first balcony and now there's no going back. This stateroom is on the port side toward the back of the "hump" which makes it especially private because of its orientation. It's extremely close to the aft stair/elevator bank so it was very convenient to get to get to Windjammer and to the outdoor pool area (just out the door and up a few flights) and to the main dining room (down a few flights). We loved that it was so centrally located. It was clean, spacious, and everything we'd hoped for in a stateroom.

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Rear ship balcony was great as we could also use the balcony to store our luggage. Never felt cramped. Great sunsets. Any questions feel free to contact 5204034161  Read entire member review.
8232 was fine. That's it...just fine!  Read entire member review.
The Room... 8242 Balcony it was nice just like most the other rooms on the ship we slept in a queen size bed two small beds pushed together. If you are looking for something fancy or the Ritz than this is not it, but if you want comfort, enjoyment, and good sleep go right ahead.  Read entire member review.
-We had a balcony cabin on the bump, 8338, and it was very nice. It was the usual D8 long skinny cabin. I find that walking around the bed is tight in these cabins but otherwise plenty of space. There was a constantly wet spot on our floor outside our bathroom but we just learned to avoid it. Our attendant was rarely around and his service was adequate, nothing to write home about. Oh yeah, they don't put ice service in cabins anymore, you have to request it now. I thought the location of this cabin was ideal for getting to anywhere in the ship easily. We were near stairs and elevator and close to dinner (below us a few decks). The only annoying thing was the kids running up and down hallways, thump thump thump.  Read entire member review.

STATEROOMS: 8556 and 8554, not adjoining but we had the balcony divider opened between the two rooms so in that regard we had a large balcony and could go back and forth to each room without slamming the hall way doors on people trying to nap. Very convenient to forward elevators which seemed almost never crowded compared to rear elevators. Most of what we wanted to do seem at the aft of the ship (windjammer, pools, flowrider, sports deck, Johnny Rockets, MDR, Ice Skating Studio B) so it made for a good bit of walking, but we'd just go to deck 5 promenade or deck 11 pool deck and stroll to the back of the ship for the stuff we wanted to do. The shows were in the theater forward of the ship so convenient to those. I've mostly stayed middle of the ship, and this stateroom did experience a bit more motion, however the entire cruise we must have had some rough seas as there was far more rocking and movement than I've ever experienced before on smaller ships so I'd probably not hesitate to book this cabin again based on motion of the ocean. We were just about 3 staterooms forward of the cantilevered Whirlpools in the Adult Pool Area. 3 decks walk down to Deck 5 for Cafe promenade and Ben and Jerrys (both back of the ship of course) and 3 decks walk up to pool deck 11 and windjammer so in that regard very convenient. Both staterooms had the pull down bed for our youngers. They were fun for the kids, but when they would move around at night to cover up or shift positions it was a bit noisy, but nothing intolerable.

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Great cabin clean and perfect location.

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9386 Smaller closet than we'd like. No bottled amenities such as body lotion, conditioner, etc. No shower caps (provided in suites only. Nice clean balcony (no soot). Very well-maintained. No noise from neighbors unless you count wild kids running up and down the hallways. Awesome bed comfort and linens. Top notch.  Read entire member review.
Great cabin, not noisy at all for location!  Read entire member review.
9608 was near to the main lifts, great view, and for most days was the side of the ship with a view of the port. It was very clean, large enough to feel spacious, small bathroom but it seemed about right for being on a ship.  Read entire member review.
9704 corner aft is a fantastic balcony cabin. The obstructive view mentioned with this cabin is a bar (part of the super structure)this bar is down the left hand side of the balcony and the only thing it obstructs is you from climbing into next doors balcony! Being on the corner this means you get a little extra space and a fantastic almost complete panoramic view. There was mention in some reviews of soot on this balcony too... In our 14 night cruise we experienced a very small amount of soot on the floor at the front of the balcony which has unless you planning on crawling around on the floor putting your hands into the corners of this balcony it shouldn't bother you. All in all you pay the same amount for a normal balcony and get an awesome one with a door and a porthole (which by the way is fun to sit in but still little hard to get back up). My only complaint being that the door is heavy to open.  Read entire member review.
Great quiet location, balcony not as big as many aft cabins, but bigger than a standard balcony. Flat screen TV, standard room appointments. It's a long walk from the elevators and such to the cabin, but it's a really nice cabin.  Read entire member review.
Fantastic cabin - by being on the very end on the port side corner you only have people on one side of you. You get great views of both the back and the side. Liked being up high and never had an issue with noise. Plenty of storage space for two people even if the bathrooms are small.  Read entire member review.
For those who seek to get away from the noise and listen to the sea rustle in the back ground through the open balcony door...get the an E2 deluxe with sea facing balcony.We were on deck six forward of the bulge and found it close to the lift and one floor from the promanade. The bed was big enough for four and very very comfortable. Fridge is okay but not cool enough, packing space was more than enough with extra space under the bed for suitcases. Bathroom was small but okay..maybe I'll take a bath with the next cruise..the wife would enjoy that. TV was very handy for checking the expenses, power points were enough...remember there's one in the bathroom as well. Room was well serviced to the point where we tipped him 40 dollars over the expected rate..well worth an up front 20 to ensure attention at all times, not that it was really necessary.  Read entire member review.
Aft balcony cabin, comfy large bed and sitting area, good size balcony with 2 chairs and 1 lounger.  Read entire member review.

Cabin was great. Nice size balcony. Great view from 7th floor and perfectly situation on ship, fwd to aft and mid-ship.

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Awesome Vacation by PWDfolks
Great balconey, enough space for storage, quiet, clean. Bigger than we expected, bed very comfortable. Would choose more carefully next time - ours was an "adjoining" cabin, so just a chair, no sofa (because of the doorway between the cabins).  Read entire member review.

The room was nice overall.
*The balcony had a glass railing so you could sit and still look out.
*Room attendant was great.
*Bed was comfortable, but must have been older because they put a textured foam pad on top of the mattress which was a little hard to get used to.
*The shower had doors which I prefer over a curtain, but did have a slight sewage smell here (as well as various other areas throughout the ship).

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The cabins were fair in size. Plenty of room for two. Bed had to been the most comfortable bed I have ever slept on. You just seem to melt into it. Very clean. Best feature was the tv channel 40 that showed everything about the boat as far as what path we were on, sea depth, and total distance traveled.  Read entire member review.
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