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Premium Vista Balcony (9C): Carnival Liberty Cabin Reviews

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5 Reviews
Large oceanview stateroom w/private balcony.

Premium Vista Balcony (9C)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 8
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6452

Our first aft wrap cabin and worth every penny. We will find it difficult to go back to a regular balcony. We spent most of our time out on this balcony, you can't go wrong with one of these balconies.


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6483
Carnival Liberty Cabin 6483. Sleeps 3, great view off the stern. No noise. Do not worry about the club underneath you, you won't hear it. The stern shakes from side to side which might bother some. Just go to bed later and fall asleep from exhaustion.
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6452
Stateroom: WOW! I made a point to book a special room for this cruise. I booked one of the two corner aft wrap balcony cabins that accommodated 3. We were SO impressed! Our balcony was huge-like 40' long and wider than we thought it would be. There were two lounge chairs and 4 or 6 chairs and a little table and lots of room still. Our room was configured in a corner, so even though it was pretty much the same amount of square feet as a regular room, or room was so open and spacious. There was even a chair and table in one of the corners, which was pretty nice to have. We will ALWAYS try to book this cabin if we can in the future. Everything in our room was so nice too. The linens, towels, carpeting, etc. were all in great shape, no stains or rips or anything. The beds were very comfortable. There was a lot more space in the cabin for storage than I thought there would be. We were very impressed with our cabin. Also, it was very nice and quiet, we never heard anyone in the hall or in the adjacent cabins.
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