As I mentioned in my overall review, the Liberty of the Seas is a decade old. Our cabin was adequate for my wife, our 4 year old son, and me. Our attendant cleaned and turned down our cabin when we requested it. He was friendly, but I wish he would've made more towel animals. It would've really made my son's day to see a different towel animal each evening. I don't know how often RC renovates their cabins, but they could definitely use some upgrades. Read entire member review >>
The room was not too confining for four people - we survived a full week without anyone having any issues! I loved having the window!!! The bathroom was small but very accommodating. I was actually shocked by the amount of closet space we had as well as the drawers and bedside tables. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was located at the very front of the ship on the starboard side, only a few doors down from the theatre, just behind the elevators. I was a little concerned that this would be an awkward, possibly loud location, but it was perfectly fine. The cabins are well insulated and the hallway does not actually dead end into the theatre. The location turned out to actually be very convenient. Our cabin was very clean and Alvin, our steward, did a great job looking after us. We enjoyed several of his creative towel animals. The cabins are small, of course, but that's just part of the cruising experience. With four people in our room in was a challenge finding a place for everything. But we managed. Helps to store the suitcases inside one another and under the bed once you've unpacked. There's lots of little storage areas to put things away if you get creative. We loved our bed. It was huge and very comfortable with an egg crate mattress topper. The kids' beds come down from the ceiling and hang over the lower bed. Watch your head!! I loved the large window over the bed and being able to look out and see the ocean. The bathroom was very small, but luckily were small people, so that was fine. The shower door was a plus. I didn't spend too much time in the cabin, but the kids liked hanging out in it. Read entire member review >>
Small but good use of space. Loved the extra cubbies behind mirrors for storage. Took advantage of shelves in closet for shoes and hats, etc. We used the pullman beds because we had 2 teens in the room plus 2 adults. Not ideal but it worked okay on a budget. Beds were comfortable. Cabin steward was great and made sure we had ample towels, etc. Read entire member review >>
Great location, central to stairs and elevator. Small room, adjoining door to cabin 2652. Due to adjoining doorway, we only had chair instead of sofa. It felt as though room sat right on top of engine room, you could feel vibration. The first few nights we stayed away to an odd dinging sound, every so often. The particular room has a damaged tv, and didn't seem to be as well-kept as our adjoining room 2652 did. The commode also would top up CONSTANTLY! On our 8 day trip it stopped up at least 6 times, one day it was 3X in one day! Also, the intercom did not work, so it was hard to hear any announcements. Read entire member review >>
Bathroom was VERY small. With 3 women we had adequate storage (take an extra 6-8 hangars from home). We also took a pkg of magnet hooks to put on the wall for hanging items (pool cover up, umbrellas, etc). Beds were very comfortable and linens were very nice. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was always clean and fresh supply of towels was constant. Complementary "towel art" was provided on most days. I have absolutely no problem with our cabin or attending crew. Read entire member review >>
We've stayed in this cabin on both our cruises but it is certainly for the early riser. We discovered that we can be awakened when the port pilot is boarding. That is our cue to get out on deck to enjoy our morning coffee with the beautiful sunrise and incredible views as we near port! Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very very small with a tiny round-shaped window (I guess this type of room is called ocean view). There was no room for anything. Furniture was relatively worn. The beds did not look good at all. Read entire member review >>
We had an oceanview--not sure about the category. Paint was peeling off around the base and edges of the shower. I mentioned this to our room steward and part of it was painted. I don't think the corner behind the door to the room had ever been vacuumed!
There was an unknown liquid substance on the shelf the safe was on. It was late in the evening so I cleaned it up myself. There was also an empty wine glass on another shelf in the closet--didn't belong to us. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was arranged with a double bed, which was very comfortable. Our steward did an excellent job of keeping it clean and made up. We enjoyed his evening towel folding. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very worn out with holes in the walls, very stained drapes, carpet and walls. The cabinets were extremely worn with rough edges.
The best thing about our cabin was the big window and where we were on deck 2. It was like being right on the water. If we had poles we could have fished. We loved it being so close to the ocean. It was a bit loud at times but we still liked it. The pulldown bed was a bit awkward to climb the narrow ladder and we did bang our heads on the side, but the bed was very comfortable, better then the sofa last cruise. Read entire member review >>
Third bed for child dropped down from the ceiling right over another bed! What happened to the pullout couch we were promised?
Liked the split bathrooms on the Disney Cruises better. Read entire member review >>
The stateroom we had was wonderful. We had a lovely balcony with a broken handle but the maintenance gentlemen came and fixed it right away. We had a beautiful view of the water. Denis was our room attendant and he was very friendly and made us amazing towel animals which he placed in our room wearing sunglasses. I was sleeping on the couch and it was a lot more comfy that the beds in my opinion. Our beds were made every single night for us and during the day got made and put away beautifully. There was nothing wrong with our room and we had a perfect spot right between the royal promenade and the deck where the pools and other activities were. Read entire member review >>
The cabins for our group were on Deck 7 and right near the aft elevator banks. My wife and I were a bit forward of the elevators and our children and their families were a bit aft of the elevators. Deck 7 turned out to be very quiet and gave us quick and easy access either up or down. We used the elevators if our destination was three or four decks away and the stairs if only a couple of decks. Near to the elevators and the stairs was the ship's library, which was rarely used by the passengers but worked almost as an extension of our cabins. I generally am awake several hours before my wife so the Library was a perfect spot for me whenever I was using those early morning hours to get some work done. It was also a great meeting spot for us all before leaving the ship on any tours or meeting for dinner. The cabins were spacious enough for three and the adjoining cabins of our son and daughter's families made a great end-of-the-day meeting place since the verandahs were expandable by sliding the wall back against the bulkhead and making one large verandah with room enough for all. As for my wife and I, our verandah cabin was more than adequate with sufficient storage to squirrel-away all of our belongings. Nothing spectacular, but it all worked out Read entire member review >>
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