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Oceanview Stateroom (G): Freedom of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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Oceanview Stateroom Cabins

29 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom. (183 sq. ft.)

Oceanview Stateroom (G)
Decks: Deck 2 | Deck 3
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Help wanted rg9374
cabin was made for four, the couch converted to a double bed, fore the kids. However this was left the entire cruise as a bed and not a couch during the day as requested. Turn the bed down at night and have a couch during the day to sit!
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6206
Front of ship overlooking helipad. Seemed to experience more movement in this cabin but it is a bit bigger than previous cabins we stayed in. View is not as great as in a regular Oceanview.
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3640
Our cabin was one of the recent additions in the refurbishment. Our window was huge; about 5 feet tall. It was basically the entire back wall. The room was great. The only complaint I have was that it got a bit warm at night. We like it very cold at night. We asked for a fan, but they didn't have any. They were able to adjust the thermostat slightly. I loved the door they have in the bathroom for the shower. So much better than the curtain in other ships. You dont get water all over the floor with the door. Great water pressure. Sound proof even though we were right outside the main dining room area. This is an excellent location.
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8284
Never Again mary3914
sliding doors to private balcony..
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8506
Amazing and Fun nickstue13
Amazing services, Always clean. Always get fresh towels.
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1802
Cabin is very nice. Great view over bow of ship from 12th level. Steward was very attentive.
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2252

Was a nice cabin, not huge but large enough to accommodate the three of us (2 adults, 1 child). Enough space for all of our belongings, bathroom was fine but only 1 chair to sit on. Large porthole, but hard to see out of due to water and salt spray. Mostly quiet, but you can here them putting out and taking in the gangway. Good location near the gangway and elevators. I thought it was a pretty good cabin and even better was the price!


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2056

Cabin was fine and as expected. Connecting door to family next door. We had the beds made up separately which made more space than the double next door. Was not as clean as expected, possibly due to quick turnaround, but was dusted later in the week.


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Oceanview cabin, basically same as any other ship.


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3266

Third floor cabins on the Freedom are very, very small and inconvenient. I would not do it again. Even the closet is small and cramped. Lots of kids on this floor also due to bunk beds in every room. The Crypt is right there but seriously never heard it.


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Perfect for our needs.


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7316
7316 - great location; midship; convenient to either elevator; good views when docking at ports
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3312
Low headroom with bunk beds down. Not too much open space. Not too much drawer space. Great ocean view.
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2284
We had an Oceanview Stateroom on Deck 2. We were surprised to realize even though our room was close to the front of the ship, you could only access it from the back stairway & elevators. This was fine, as it meant more burning off all the food we were eating. It said in the description that the 2 single beds would make a queen however it was much better than a queen, probably as big as a king or close. It was nice to have the BIG ocean view window. The room was no bigger and no smaller than we expected. There was a closet on the left when we walked in with some shelves and many hanger. Enough to handle our clothing. It also had 4 life jackets and our safe. Our safe worked great. Just put in a pin and press lock, and re-enter the same pin to unlock. There was a desk/dresser area with 6 - 8 small drawers, (with hair dryer), and a mini fridge. The bathroom was small but useable for people our size. I can not imagine being a big person, however for us it was fine.
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3326
Cabin was low and fairly quiet and decent location. No drawer pace and tiny shower. Bring lotion and conditioner as no longer supply. Cabin attendant non existent.
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3636
High Seas Fiasco WildbillinKC
Oceanview room seemed more spacious and comfortable than our previous balcony staterooms. Window was plenty large enough to get lighting and see outside. Good location provided easy access to elevators, dining, gangway and was quiet and comfortable. We slept well.
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6506
cabin 6506 had a bangin noise that kept us up for 2 nights in a row.
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2674
tiny room, clean and quiet, okay for 2 people not 5
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9518
Our cabin was perfect. We had a large closet, we stored my sons wheelchair in it whilst on ship, with plenty of hanging space and shelves. The bed was larger than our double at home and very comfortable. When the sofa bed was pulled out at night it didn't leave a lot of room but there is enough to walk to the toilet and back. Cabin is very dark (even though we had an ocean view)at night so we left the bathroom light on with the door closed which gave enough light to see where you were going. The shower was a bit small but all of us could use it comfortably. It was awkward to shower my son as there isn't a lot of room to maneuver in the bathroom. It had an adjoining door which was always securely locked but the wind whistled through it at night so we put a tee-shirt across the bottom to stop the noise. Apart from that we had a very quiet room.
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Cabin was really nice.Bed was comfy. Lots of storage.Bathroom was a good size. Water pressure was really good but shower stall was small.
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Great Experience! mrsbiggern
Small but comfortable. Quiet location.
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2558
Bathroom was OK but no plugs so hair drying was out in cabin. We had an adjoining cabin which we could hear someone coughing up a lung in the morning and fighting at night which usually ended by 11pm. Closet seemed a good size but open area we wished was larger it was hard for 2 people to get dress for dinner every night so we had to allow more time especially on the formally night. Our cabin steward John was great. Mini bar people were not on the ball. We purchased beverage and water packages. They gave us 2 sovereign cups that were the same we found out later that their were different types. They kept charging us for water even though we had a full case there we just didn't have it out in front of min frig. Which is what guest services advise us to do. This was dumb take a small cabin and make it smaller with a box in the middle of it. Had to go to guest services to have it remove twice. Port hole is nice. The natural light make it seem more like a moving hotel.
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2332
2332 - Nice room. Bathroom was a bit larger than we had experienced on previous Carnival cruises. We won't choose a room on the lower floors any more, however. Every excursion gangway had to go past our areas and the common areas were congested on excursion mornings. Room was much quieter than other ship rooms. Well insulated and sound proofed.
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