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Liberty of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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2574 reviews
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VERY NICE CRUISE

Review for Liberty of the Seas to the Eastern Mediterranean
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GOLFER1234
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Aug 2014
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We just returned from a wonderful 7 night cruise of the Eastern Mediterranean on the Liberty. The highlights are as follows:

1. Embarkation- A+..a breeze!! We arrived at the port around 11:30 am and found only 6 other people checking in. We were on the boat in 10 minutes. Rome is the best port to leave from since only 800 or so guests board in Rome.

2. Food- B..Obviously the food isn't what you would find in a nice restaurant in my home city of Boston but I have to say that my entire party of 20 people enjoyed it very much. If you don't like an entree the staff is very accommodating to get you another one. I can recommend the lamb chops and shrimp dishes. The desserts were very very good, especially the creme brûlée. WIndjammer is what it is...buffet cafeteria food that isn't that all that bad. We ate twice in Portofino's and found that it was excellent! Food was very, very good and well worth the cover charge. (Tip..the days that tourists board, ie: in Rome and Barcelona, RC discounts the price by 20 percent in Portofino and Chops.) Hats off to Alexander who served us the first night. He is a very wonderful and polite young man and RC should be very proud of him. Vincenzo, the manager was very accommodating and fit 12 of us in at last minute notice.

Cabin Review

This cabin is great. There is plenty of space to store a week's worth of clothes and essentials. The bathroom is tight but very functional. The air conditioning is nice and cold and the balcony is a very nice size. An additional thing that I liked about this cabin is the proximity to the elevators. I will definitely stay in this area of the ship again.

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