I hadn't been on RC in a few years and was anxious to see if it would be as enjoyable as I remembered. My previous RC cruises were on smaller ships and I must say, I prefer the Voyager class. I was not impressed with the Solarium on Liberty, although to be fair, the weather was not conducive to enjoying any pool time...cool and very windy!
Our Accessible Jr Suite cabin was wonderful, making it very easy for my friend to use the scooter she had rented. The balcony was twice as large as a regular balcony. The only problem we had with the room was that shower water wanted to spread out across most of the bathroom floor and needed to pushed back toward the drain...not the best scenario for a mobility challenged person.
In regard to the quality of the food, we had mixed reviews. The food in Portifino's was very good and the fee worthy of what you received. Service there was also very good. Room service breakfast was very average with lukewarm food. Never ordered any other room service as the selection looked very limited. We were disappointed with the DR breakfast...juice was forgotten and the Eggs Benedict very blah. DR lunch salad bar was a good option. Great burger and onion rings at Johnny Rocket. Had a double portion of the Escargo in the DR as it was the best I have ever had, hands down! Seafood spaghetti was excellent. Rest of dinner items were average to above average, except for my Caesar salad which was limp and tasteless. Drinks were tasty, but pricey.