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Freedom of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Freedom of the Seas Transatlantic Cruise October 2017

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Sail Date: Oct 2017
Cabin: Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony

We loved this cruise and ship. It was the first Transatlantic cruise we have taken, and based on our experiences here, we plan to take more similar cruises. Crew members were extremely friendly and helpful. Officers were visible throughout the ship and seemed to welcome discussions with passengers. We were particularly impressed with food quality and selections throughout the ship. Food presentation was elegant and the taste was outstanding. There was a wealth of activities, yet also areas where you could find calm and quiet, if desired. We were also impressed with the little "extras" that were provided to make this trip memorable (cookies, chocolate covered strawberries, gifts, and other treats sent to our room; free specialty coffee at the Cafe Promenade; large venues for Crown and Anchor events; "Chefs at Sea", which was a fun food competition amongst ship officers that worked similar to the popular television entitled, "Chopped." Overall, kudos to the ship's staff and crew.

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Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony

Cabin D1

We had plenty of room for moving around and for storage. The location was fairly close to a stairway and elevators. We liked being on deck 6, only having to go down one flight of stairs to get to the Promenade and dining room.

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