Freedom of the Seas
Prepare yourself for an unforgettable adventure aboard this Royal Caribbean Freedom-class ship which welcomes you to travel in comfort, enjoy awesome innovations and enter glorious destinations. This floating resort is one of the masterpieces of Royal Caribbean’s cruise ships. A prestigious vessel used to be the largest passenger ship by gross tonnage from 2006 until construction of the Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class ships in late 2009. This is your chance to cruise on board an immense vessel that allows you to enter beautiful ports in the Caribbean such as the Cayman Islands, Barbados and Puerto Rico.
Dynamic dining onboard
Freedom of the Seas houses main restaurant, several casual eateries, as well as two specialty restaurants to please everyone. If you are looking for something palate pleasing, check out the Johnny Rockets on the ship for 50’s style diner food. The main dining restaurant menu is tasty, Giovanni’s table serves up some of the best pizza slices you have ever had, and a vintage-style gourmet bakery The Cupcake Cupboard offers 30 types of cupcakes to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Innovations and limitless entertainment
The Freedom of the Seas is one of the most modern cruisers in the world, it uses the latest and most innovative recreational activities to keep its passengers entertained. Onboard, you will find FlowRider surf simulator, rock climbing wall and an interactive waterpark complete with interactive sculpture fountains, ground geysers and cascading waterfall. There is also a casino, a theater, Latin lounge, nightclubs and many more.
Cabins on Freedom of the Seas
Guests can choose from 4 categories: Interior, Ocean View, Balcony or Suite. 880 staterooms have private balconies, and 168 cabins have promenade views. These promenade-facing staterooms guarantee that you will never feel left out onboard since you can watch passengers strolling up the promenade. Balcony cabins are a more relaxed alternative. While all staterooms on Freedom of the Seas include minibar and television, if you are cruising with your family, Royal Caribbean recommend springing for a suite, which offers extras like private balconies and comfortable living areas for everyone.