The Emerald Liberté is outfitted with 70 serene, functionally-designed suites. Designed in a calming palette of beige and gray, the staterooms provide the perfect oasis for a relaxing night's sleep or a short lie-down between tours. Standard staterooms start at 170 square feet, and panoramic windows and mirrors on the walls will give the illusion of even more space. Panorama Balcony Suites feature a full-length panoramic window that slides open to create an innovative indoor balcony-like space. At 315 square feet, the luxurious Owner's One-Bedroom Suite features separate bedroom, living room, and balcony areas, divided by sleek sliding doors. All staterooms feature a flatscreen TV with a built-in infotainment system, bath robes and slippers, hair dryers, individual climate control, a writing desk, and a mini-fridge.
Dining & Gastronomy
The cuisine is inspired by the acclaimed French chef Fabien Morreale, and the minor celebrity even comes onboard once per cruise to do a cooking demonstration. The cuisine reflects Emerald Waterways' roots in luxury cruising with its parent company Scenic Cruises. Meals are delicious and varied, with mains revolving around regional French specialties but plenty of healthy options, vegetarian fare and small bites available as well. Meals are served in the Reflections dining room and the Horizon lounge, and spontaneous grill parties have been known to occur on the Sun Deck.
Entertainment and Activities
Morning sightseeing tours in every port are included in the cruise fare, and in the afternoon, guests have the opportunity to book an additional, optional tour or do some exploring on their own. Onboard, the Sun Deck is a popular hangout, featuring a pool with a retractable roof so it can be enjoyed in all weather. The pool area turns into a cinema most evenings, where passengers can watch new releases as well as classic hits. A small salon, massage room, and fitness studio are available for guests to use, and there is Wi-Fi throughout the ship. Bicycles are also available for use onboard.
Guests are advised to wear good walking shoes for tours and dress in layers for the weather. Though there is no official evening dress code, most guests change into smart casual or elegant casual outfits for dinner.