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7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Galveston

7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Galveston

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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    Galveston
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Cozumel
  • Day 4
    Grand Cayman (Georgetown)
  • Day 5
    Falmouth
  • Day 6
    Cruising
  • Day 7
    Cruising
  • Day 8
    Galveston

Liberty of the Seas

Liberty of the Seas - Royal Caribbean International

Pros

Great family-friendly programming on a large ship that is relaxing even with little kids

Cons

Food was underwhelming at times and the nightly entertainment was hit or miss

Bottom Line

Liberty of the Seas boasts a fresh feel and provides a fun vacation for all ages


Cruise Reviews

Galveston is a great port especially if you plan it around one of its many annual events, which this happened to be the last weekend of Mardi Gras and except for being a little chilly, it was fantastic. There are several parades and ... Read More
Galveston is a great port especially if you plan it around one of its many annual events, which this happened to be the last weekend of Mardi Gras and except for being a little chilly, it was fantastic. There are several parades and activities for a whole weekend worth of fun. We had a suite and so boarding would not have been a problem anyway, but we chose to enjoy the festivities and board late and walked right on. Our cabin 1552 was spacious with way more storage than we needed. The balcony was large enough with two chaise lounges and a table with two chairs. The room steward Gom was the best. The only problem with the suite was the bathtub. There was no separate shower and the walls of the tub are so high, I wasn't sure I could get in and out of it without injuring myself. It was crazy and I would never recommend it to ANYONE let alone someone with back problems which my husband and I both have. Sitting on the side of the tub to get out, my feet didn't come close to the floor and I'm 5'7". Well, we also didn't like the location which was near the front of the ship and it was quite a walk for us to several venues, including the Suite Lounge. Frances, our concierge and Suite Lounge host was magnificent. Day one he asked our names and greeted us by name ever since. We loved the ship, all but the promenade on deck 5. It was too cramped and narrow to handle the number passengers. There are separate pools and hot tubs for adults which was great. The food was very good. Ate at all three specialty restaurants and only one didn't care for was Mexican, but we're from Texas and it wasn't what we're accustomed to. Johnny Rockets was fun and even though pay extra about $9 per person it's anything on the menu so it's not a bad deal and it's fun. The only problem is on sea days, you have to wait. It doesn't take reservations and it's quite busy so plan ahead. Breakfast in Chops was good, but the same as your could get anywhere. But if you're in a suite it is nice to not have to search for a table like you do in the buffet. My husband wasn't crazy about the breakfast buffet because it was basically the same everyday. I thought it was ok. The Mystery Dinner on the first night was a blast. Highly recommend it. The other entertainment was quite good from the ice skating show to the variety and comedians. There are a variety of options every night and we didn't do the same thing twice. A friend who was on it in December warned us about the service and said the employees weren't happy. But we found quite the opposite. We were quite satisfied with all of the employees and their attitudes. All seemed good. We would definitely go again on this cruise/ship and we booked a cruise on Ovation in May to Alaska. Disembarkation isn't great even with Suite priority boarding. It said we would be first off, but really you follow the folks who carry their own luggage (makes sense because they can be getting off while the luggage is taken off the ship)., but we thought we'd be on our way before 9 am We had a great time! Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
We absolutely loved the layout of the ship. We had a huge spacious balcony cabin on the aft. We are gluten-free and had a wonderful experience. I believe we had the best gluten-free pizza we've ever had! Even though we had My Time ... Read More
We absolutely loved the layout of the ship. We had a huge spacious balcony cabin on the aft. We are gluten-free and had a wonderful experience. I believe we had the best gluten-free pizza we've ever had! Even though we had My Time dining, we were able to have the same waitstaff and table every night. The ice show was magnificent! In fact, we loved all the shows we saw, but we didn't make it to all of them. We really liked the layout of the promenade - the mall-like feel was refreshing! The weather was wonderful and we really enjoyed our excursion in Grand Cayman to see the stingrays and starfish. Honestly, out of the 16 cruises we've been on, I do believe this was our favorite. We usually travel with friends and took this one alone. We met some wonderful folks and really enjoyed our time away. THANK YOU, Royal Caribbean and Liberty of the Seas! Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
We prefer to cruise from Galveston and have previously cruised on the Liberty. Embarkation was a breeze. Both Hubby and I used our own Scooters and had no problem getting on the ship. Since we timed our arrival to port for after 1 PM ... Read More
We prefer to cruise from Galveston and have previously cruised on the Liberty. Embarkation was a breeze. Both Hubby and I used our own Scooters and had no problem getting on the ship. Since we timed our arrival to port for after 1 PM the Stateroom was ready and we were able to drop our carryon luggage off before going to lunch. The stateroom was clean and roomy. The beds comfortable. The Food in the Windjammer was tasty and for the most part the temperature was good. We were unable to secure either Main (6 p.m) or Late (8 P.M.) Dining and were forced to take My Time Dining. I had made reservations online prior to getting on Board. It was a ROYAL DISASTER! Our reservations were for 5:15 P.M. and we were finally seated at 6 P.M. In the far back of the Restaurant, which was troublesome, since we both use Scooters! The Food and Service in the Rembrandt Dining Room were excellent. The evening Shows were very good. Since we had been to all the ports previously we did not take any excursions and spent Port Days on the Ship. Debarkation was another fiasco. It took us 45 minutes to be able to get on an elevator with our scooters to go to the deck we needed to be for getting off the ship. It was so bad, that we decided against going to the Windjammer for Breakfast, since we would have had to brave the Elevators again! Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
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