“Great 4 days on the LIberty”
Cruise review of Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas

hixonac Liberty of the Seas 5 Great 4 days on the LIberty
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Decided last minute to book this cruise for end of January for my Husband's birthday. We arrived at port, checked in, room wasn't ready, no big deal. While everyone was at Windjammer we ate at Sorrento's, great Brie and Ciabatta bread, tuna and Mediterranean foods. Had a promenade room in the middle of the ship, 6th floor across from the Pub. It was our 3rd time in a promenade room. We love it. We are Diamonds on RCCL and love the Diamond lounge as well. RCCL Voyager class and up are our favorite ships, although we loved being on the Monarch and were married on the Majesty in it's hey day. Overall, the food in the dining room was a little disappointing compared to the Monarch in Oct.2012. The food at Sorrento's was actually better. We had great weather everyday, which was a blessing. The gym, is the best at sea, on the Freedom/Voyager ships. Even the Allure gym, is too small and dark compared to these gyms. Pool days were perfect, able to get chairs. Entertainment, Saturday Night Live, is great and new. There was a Arthur Murray group on the ship and a romance Authors book signing, was kind of neat. The ship is beautiful, clean and friendly staff. We love RCCL, so of course we will sail again. No complaints. We are easy to please. Just want a nice relaxing vacation and go with the flow.
Liberty of the Seas Cruises to the Western Caribbean
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Cabin review: Promenade Stateroom

Published 04/11/13
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