It's easy to call Liberty of the Seas' staterooms home for the duration of your cruise. Interior staterooms begin at 150 square feet, with Promenade staterooms averaging 170 square feet. Larger suites are also available, as well as luxury suites in several different classes, providing a host of amenities such as access to lounges. For those traveling with babies, Liberty of the Seas will provide cribs and supplies upon notification.
Dining & Gastronomy
With twelve restaurants to choose from, there's something aboard Liberty of the Seas to suit every taste, from family-style casual to elegant fine dining. Experience classic favorites at Johnny Rockets or something a bit more exotic at Sabor. Don't miss the Chef's Table, a private VIP dining experience featuring an exclusive menu and personal sommelier for a professional wine pairing.
Entertainment and Activities
There's no shortage of entertainment aboard Liberty of the Seas. This action-packed liner features a waterpark, rock climbing wall, and ice skating rink, offering fun times for passengers of all ages. Hit the tennis courts, enjoy some mini golf, or register in classes aboard. Enjoy live performances followed by drinks and dancing, or get pampered in the onboard spa. While the Liberty caters to all ages, some activities are adults-only – there is a nursery for children aged 6 and under. You can also opt for an in-room babysitter.
The dress code aboard Liberty of the Seas varies from casual (such as tank tops, skirts, and shorts) to formal (such as cocktail gowns, suits, and ties). Generally, formal wear is only required for certain evenings or if you'll be dining at one of the ship's upscale restaurants. On a seven-day cruise there are two formal nights, so bring your best suits and gowns.