This was my first cruise since 2019, and my 13th overall. While I was used to the newer ships in the fleet, most prominently, Anthem of the Seas, Liberty of the Seas has a good amount of the amenities and activities that Anthem had. Unlike the rest of my cruises, this was the first one I went on without my parents and above the drinking age. I went with a group of my friends from high school as a college graduation trip.
Starting with the cabin, I think that the first cabin I was assigned (I'll get into that towards the end of the review) was dated, especially the bathroom. Our bathroom had rust on the bottom corners of the door. Plug outlets also were not on the bedside, which is something that I would have assumed Royal Caribbean would have implemented this feature during the 2016 re-fit of Liberty of the Seas. The second cabin I was assigned, looked very similar to the cabin I had stayed in on Anthem of the Seas back in 2019, as this cabin was a part of the added staterooms from the 2016 refit. However, for this review, I will be rating the first cabin I stayed in, rather than the second one.
Dining was what I was used to with Royal Caribbean. Some of the best service at sea. Our main dining room waiter was great. Nothing too bad to say here, other than the limited options at dinner. Every night is now themed. For example, there was an Italian night, a Caribbean night, etc.