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Liberty of the Seas Cabins

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Cynthia Drake
Cruise Critic Contributor

All standard cabins aboard Liberty of the Seas include two twin beds that can convert to a queen bed, a private bath with shower, a mirrored vanity, small couch, mini-fridge, flat-panel television, phone, hair dryer and a safe. RCTV offers 29 channels, including CNN International, ESPN International, Discovery and the Cartoon Network.

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As for storage space, you'll find standard compact storage options including a small closet with built-in shelves, along with two columns of small drawers on either side of the living room vanity.

Bathrooms (which start at 18 square feet for an interior cabin) typically have a small stand-up shower with rounded sliding door and a soap dispenser, small toilet and sink area, with small shelves hidden within the mirrored medicine cabinet. Your stateroom attendant provides shampoo, conditioner and soap as needed.

About half the staterooms aboard Liberty are cabins with balconies, and there are various accessible cabins and rooms designed especially for families that include separate bedrooms and larger sitting areas.

Generally speaking, we found the staterooms to be in need of a cosmetic makeover. The tired drapery, aged furniture and worn carpeting reflected the age of the vessel more so than any other area on the ship. We did note that some of the staterooms in higher categories appear to have newer furnishings.

Interior: Inside cabins average a tiny 150 square feet. On Decks 6, 7 and 8, there are inside cabins with views of the Promenade that are 160 square feet. There are six Family Interior staterooms on the ship that sleep up to six people and offer 324 square feet of space, with two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, a sofa that pulls out to a double bed and two pull-down beds.

Oceanview: You can choose from a standard Oceanview (159 square feet) or additional categories that offer a bit more space: a Large Oceanview (175 square feet), the 24 Panoramic Oceanview staterooms on Deck 12 with floor-to-ceiling windows (191 to 215 square feet) or the Larger Panoramic Oceanview staterooms (283 square feet). Families can enjoy the space to spread out in a Family Oceanview (338 square feet) or a Panoramic Family Oceanview (406 square feet), both of which can accommodate up to six passengers. 

Balcony: Entry-level balcony cabins offer 184 square feet of space, while a Superior Ocean View Balcony sits at 199 square feet, with a 66-square-foot balcony. Balcony furniture includes two deck chairs and a small table.

Junior Suite: This stateroom offers 297 square feet. You'll have noticeably more storage in the closet in these rooms. Suites offer upgraded furnishings from the lower category cabins, and some include sofa beds. The bathroom is also larger, with a full bathtub/shower instead of the standard tiny shower, and sliding-glass doors lead to a large balcony of about 100 square feet. Special suite amenities include expedited luggage delivery, upgraded bedding and bath amenities.

Grand Suite: You can choose from a one- or two-bedroom Grand Suite with 401 square feet or 587 square feet, respectively. The two-bedroom suite sleeps up to eight. You'll have a bar, spacious seating area and marbled large bathroom with tub. The 104-square-foot (one bedroom) or 270-square-foot balcony (two bedroom) comes with upgraded chairs and a larger table.

Passengers in Grand Suites or higher receive access to reserved seating in theaters, reserved lounge access at the pool, access to the Suite Lounge on Deck 13, luxury spa bathrobes, complimentary pressing service on formal nights and priority check-in and departure.

Royal Family Suite: This 587-square-foot suite sleeps eight, between a master bedroom and a guest bedroom, in addition to a living room with sofa bed and dining area. A private veranda offers 270 square feet of space.

Owner's Suite: At 594 square feet, you'll have a separate dining area, living room with sectional couch, bathroom with separate shower and tub, bidet and double vanity. This suite sleeps up to four people. The balcony is 204 square feet.

Presidential Family Suite: There is one Presidential Family Suite onboard Liberty, which sleeps up to 14. The cabin measures 1,209 square feet. There are two master bedrooms and two smaller bedrooms, each with two beds. You'll have four bathrooms total (including two off the master bedrooms), a large living room with sofa bed and a dining area. The 805-square-foot balcony includes a dining area and a hot tub.

Royal Suite: This suite, the ultimate in luxury aboard Liberty, is the largest at 1,358 square feet and sleeps four. You'll have a master bedroom with king-sized bed, private bathroom, 313-square-foot private balcony with hot tub and a baby grand piano in the living room, among other amenities.

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