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Oceanview Stateroom (H): Liberty of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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

Oceanview Stateroom (H)
Decks: Deck 3 | Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 9
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2644
We were in a handicapped room as my husband uses a scooter to get around. The room was lovely. Our room attendant was Excellent!
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Stateroom was lovely and quite adequate. We were on the 2nd level which was the most convenient level to be on. Quite happy with that and also quite pleased with our stateroom attendant.


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2586

This room is pretty standard as far as staterooms go. There are a nice variety of mirrors from the vanity to the outside of the bathroom that help with getting dressed. The hair dryer is located in the top drawer near the refrigerator at the vanity. We had at least 15 wooden hangars with a variety of styles in the closet along with plenty of room for our luggage.

The bathroom is actually quite nice as it is well lit and has enough cabinet storage for two guests. The shower is circular with two semi-circular doors that close around the guest as they step inside. The shower itself was probably only three feet in diameter, but was still easy enough to shower. The controls were nice as well with the heat being turned and a button pressed allowing the heat to be increased. This setting could be maintained and the water merely being shut off with the main dial at center. The shower also features the standard clothesline for bathing suits.

The view is about twenty feet above the waterline, but still provided us with some nice views. The port hole is a larger one with no obstructions and looks directly out of the ship (not located on a deck.) The water noise was minimal and even with 45 mph winds our last night the ship was incredibly stable with just small swaying movements that were the same no matter where you were on the ship.

We did hear a bit of noise from the Studio B ice skating rink, but our hallway was quiet at night every night. During the day there was a bit of traffic from the service staff and always carts in the hallway we had to navigate around.


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I'll go again probably after trying out another Cruise Line. RCCL needs to re think it's Beverage Policy and pricing. 2 moderate drinkers can cost over $900 for 7 days and thats a little radical considering what they pay for alcohol.


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2632
RCL is great JBABLPMC
Small cabin but nice, quiet location, large window, clean cabin
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3604
Loved our first cruise!! VegasGirl2010
Near crew area but not noisy. Clean, great View from window, good location as it was near main dining room and not far from show room. Far from pool and buffet though. enough space for 2 people.
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2322
Four of us, two adults and two teens in 2322. Unbeleivably small and cramped, but we expected this anyway, so no complaint here. You just need to MANAGE the space.
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Our second floor cabin was in the middle of the ship (from front to the back) and we felt very little movement (rocking) at sea. Our large port hole was acceptable for the price.
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2258
We were on Deck 2 and were woken up each morning at ports by doors opening and the dinging of the seapass card reader.
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2364
We really enjoyed this cabin. Was sometimes tight getting ready for formal nights with 4 of us in there.
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