Cabin was great size, roomy, bathroom was adequate. Loved the space for two it was perfect. Enough storage and did not feel claustrophobic at all. As a matter of fact the interior cabin on this ship is a bit larger than the interior cabin on the Royal Caribbean Liberty. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin, 9239, was an inside cabin. It was tiny, but still enough room for all 4 of us to maneuver with some cooperation. Our room was cool the entire trip and had plenty of storage. Even with 4 people and 2 suitcases each (yes, we over-packed!), we still had an entire closet we did not use. We were very glad we did not spend extra money on a suite because we were only in the room to shower, change, or sleep. There is SO much to do on the Liberty and in ports that we spent almost no time in the room. We took decorations with Command Strips to hang on our cabin door to make it easier for the kids to find. We also had walkie talkies that worked if we weren't too many decks apart. We also took an over-the-door shoe organizer that came in handy to store items on the back of the bathroom door. Also, a BIG plus...we took a power strip, an extension chord, and a small fan. The cabin only has 1 outlet on the desk and we like to sleep with fan noise, so we were able to charge cell phones and kids PSP's while sleeping with a fan on. Having our room on the Lido deck was perfect! We could walk right out to all of the buffets, Guys Burgers, Blue Iguana Cafe, pools, Pizza, basically everything, without having to use stairs or elevators. This was really nice as sometimes the wait for elevators can be a while when everyone is headed to breakfast, dinner, shows, etc at the same time. Even while the DJ was jamming on the Lido deck with music we still had perfect silence in our room. No noise issues. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was a reasonable size, not too big not too small. It was under the lido deck so we could hear when chairs were moved, but we did not spend that much time in the cabin so, it was fine. Read entire member review >>
Overall our cabin was exactly as expected. First issue was when my friend and I arrived, our bed had been made together.
After the first day the room seemed to have a musty smell and the rug felt damp. The a/c did not work most of the week.
I has an inside room on the Lido deck. The service in this room was just ok, not the phenomenal service I had receive in the past when I booked a balcony room. I know this will sound corny but I was disappointed with our towel animals. I think we had a new person because we only had 4 during the 7 nights and 2 of them you could not even make out what they were. Otherwise the location was great! I liked being close to the excitement of the Lido Deck and there were no issues with noise! I will definately book a balcony room again in the future as the service does seem better. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin and of course it was small, but we had plenty of room in the closet and dresser for all of our clothes. Our large suitcase fit easily under the bed and the carry-ons could have fit also, but there was room in the closet for them.There was shower gel and shampoo in the shower; good light with a magnifying mirror for makeup. Only one outlet, though in the cabin and one in the bathroom. We took a fan and glad we did...the cabin was very warm. Read entire member review >>
Beds were a bit uncomfy, bathroom was super tiny, but it was workable, since all we did was sleep when we were in it. Being high up wasn't great for the days when the waters were choppier than the stabilizers could handle. Read entire member review >>
I like the fact this ship has more bathroom shelf in it.As well as a small shelf in the shower for stuff.....Now if they only put a seat in there..making shaving the legs a whole lot safer. Can they pad the walls alittle better too...had newlyweds next door.....glad I didn't have kids in the room. Read entire member review >>
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