Liberty and her sisters Freedom and Independence are some of the largest cruise ships in the world, so there’s lots of space for diversions like a water park, surfing machine and more than 20 bars and lounges. Liberty of the Seas is truly a floating resort making it a great option for families or couples who like action and people watching.
Standard outside staterooms measure a cozy 160 square feet, while standard insides are small at 150 square feet. All staterooms have a mini-fridge, which is especially handy if you have children. Lots of family-friendly cabins, including inside Family Staterooms that measure 330 square feet and accommodate six people. Ideal for people watchers, more than 150 Promenade staterooms on the second, third and fourth levels of the four-story Royal Promenade have windows facing the shops, eateries and flow of fellow cruisers below, with curtains and soundproofing to keep most of the light and noise out when you need a break.
Like the rest of the Royal Caribbean fleet, Liberty's staterooms aren't large, but their smart design makes the most of the space. They all have Internet data ports, mini-fridges, flat-panel TVs, safes, regular hair dryers and beds with 2-inch-thick microfiber pillow tops and 220-thread-count cotton-blend sheets and duvets.
Bathrooms are on the cramped side, with little storage space and only a thin sliver of counter. The cylindrical shower stalls are a tight squeeze for large people, but on the other hand, their sliding doors keep the water from leaking all over the bathroom. If you can afford more room, suites range from 297-square-foot junior suites (with a sitting area and balcony) to a variety of family suites (with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living area with sofa bed and an 800-square-foot balcony). One of the most palatial options is the huge four-bedroom, four-bathroom Presidential Suite that sleeps 14.