Liberty of the Seas Review

Best for Families with Kids

Review for the Bahamas Cruise on Liberty of the Seas
chicagotoots1
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2023

Chose the cruise as it was on TG holiday but it seems the rest of the world chose it also. The ship was full and 1,495 (official count) were kids…in extended families and in groups. Had not cruised RC in a few years and found the food to be okay as was service but MDR choices were more limited. My Time Dining required a reservation and only late seatings were left. We were accommodated and then given a 5:15 dinner seating every day.. this is not what we expected or are accustomed to on Anytime Dining. The first night seating was total confusion with long lines waiting to be seated. After that, each dinner was felt rushed by the waitstaff to order beverages and meal including desert. Not relaxing. The casino only had certain games in the smoking section so, as a nonsmoker, sitting down to play and then a smoker sitting nearby was an immediate invitation to leave. Their loyalty program ‘benefits’ were unclear as how to use them and staff did not offer info when your card was presented. Lots of activities for kids of all ages and families as well as a large water park facility and then going to CocoCay was another water park/beach. This ship I would recommend for families with kids/teenagers but not for solo retired couples.

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Balcony room, clean, comfortable.

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