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Flexible Booking Terms
Flexible Booking Terms
For Royal Caribbean bookings made by 30th April 2021, guests may cancel their cruise up to 48 hours prior to sailing and receive a 100% future cruise credit for the balance of deposit paid or the applicable cruise fare cancellation fees. The future cruise credit can be used on departures up until 30th September 2022.
T&Cs apply - please see the itinerary page for details
You will be at sea on day 3 while travelling from Galveston to Cozumel.
DAY 4 - 01 Mar 2022
Cozumel is a real highlight of any tour of Mexico, Central America or the Caribbean. On this paradise island you can ride dune buggies, snorkel and scuba dive with a vast variety of sea life including sharks. Meanwhile, for those wanting to have a splash, you can hire a number of marine vehicles, play on the inflatable water park. As well as perfect for families, couples can retreat to a peaceful getaway with a relaxing massage on the beach.
George Town, Grand Cayman
DAY 5 - 02 Mar 2022
DAY 6 - 03 Mar 2022
DAY 7-8 - 04 Mar 2022 to 05 Mar 2022
You will be at sea on day 7-8 while travelling from Falmouth to Galveston.
DAY 9 - 06 Mar 2022
Fly to the UK
Arrive in UK - Overnight flight
Royal Caribbean Covid-19 safety measures
At the embarkation terminal, all guests will undergo health screening and, depending on the results, may not be allowed to board. In addition, both the terminals and ships will undergo deep cleaning before and after each cruise.
Rigorous cleaning procedures continue onboard, with more frequent cleaning throughout and the sanitation of key areas such as public venues and toilets every 30 minutes. In addition, staterooms will be cleaned twice every day, and will receive an extra deep clean should guests experience flu-like symptoms. To encourage frequent handwashing, there will be more hand sanitiser stations located on the ship, and twice each day the captain will make an announcement to remind everyone to wash their hands and report any flu-like symptoms.
Should any guests develop symptoms, each ship has a medical centre where there are complimentary consultations.
This was our first ever cruise celebrating our 25th anniversary. We planned for almost a year. Every excursion was booked through RC official site via emails sent to me. One excursion waswas very disappointing. The horseback on the beach in Honduras with lunch. The bus ride there was 45 minute drive each way. The horseback ride lasted all of 20 minutes, no lunch provided. We didn't bring a lot of cash, tip and souvenirs only. The driver didn't speak a word so the long ride there and back was likened to a funeral ride. The excursion was to be 51/2 hourswith travel consuming the majority. The rest of the time was spent sitting at the beach with staff pushing other activities for $$. The food was terrible, there was a long table under a hut with about 10 vendors pushing their goods on you. The experience was the worst.
We returned from our summer home in France to our winter home in Florida on the Liberty of the Seas, our second time on RCL (took Jewel the first time, also transatlantic). We took cabin 6258 overlooking the Promenade and despite my concerns, the soundproofing was amazing - we were never disturbed, even when the parades took place. Our steward Zolio was terrific - efficient, discreet, friendly but never invasive. Very handsome too! We overlooked the customer service desk, with its never-ending line of people grousing and complaining, determined not to enjoy anything. The staff were angels of patience. The shows were mixed and the ice show spectacular. Dan, from the art auction company, gave some wonderful talks about art prior to the auctions - he is excellent at what he does. We ate at the Windjammer for breakfast and lunch. Yes, you have to be patient. Some people take ten minutes to decide exactly what slice of toast they want but ...relax, breathe deeply, You aren't in a hurry, remember? The variety and quality of the food was good, with lots of fresh fruit and salad. If I could suggest an improvement, it would be a little flag at each table to say "I am coming back - just gone for more food" or "I'm finished, this table is all yours." We opted for My Time dining and met many interesting people from many nationalities by sharing a table. The restaurant food was hardly Cordon Bleu but it was what you would expect from a restaurant serving several hundred people at a time. We didn't try any of the specialist dining rooms. The coffee shop on deck 5 on the Promenade is great for an afternoon cup of tea or coffee and a place to chat to people and to learn about their lives and backgrounds. Our son lives in Saint Martin so we went ashore and spent a day with him - nice little bonus. We have booked to return to France again (via Barcelona - what a fabulous city!) on the Liberty, leaving May 1st. Hope to see you there!
This was our first cruise and the Liberty of the Seas was recommended to us . From the time we checked into the airport Royal Caribbean were fantastic and even our return travel was faultless . Holiday was booked through IGLU and many thanks to Jason our sales advisor , very helpful and pleasure to speak to . We had a balcony stateroom which was fantastic . Our room attendant Jean Louis was a gentleman and we both agreed we had the best attendant on the ship ... Thanks jean . Eating, you we're spoilt , we loved all the restaurants but our waiter in the main silver service restaurant .......... Was excellent . Infact the training Royal Caribbean gives its staff must be of a high level because they were polite and very hard working . We did some trips through Royal Caribbean and some on our own , what I would say is make sure you factor in return travel time to the ship . We did and our return train from Rome could not have traveled any slower . Went to Pompey , a must on your trip . We booked this through Royal Caribbean and would recommend you do it this way, our tour guide Vito was funny and informative. Entertainment on the liberty was good but takes planing , all part of the holiday . The liberty is a great ship and we would recomend it and would travel on again
Everything was truly amazing! Had the best time and were now looking for our next cruise and would definitely go with Royal Caribbean again, as everything was seamless and made for a truly special holiday! Food was incredible with a variety of choices each night! Staff couldn't be any more helpful and friendly! Our waiters were great fun and even sang to us one night! Always went out of their way to satisfy us! The ship was sparkling clean! The shows were great also! The ice show was spectacular!! We were on the edge of our seats the whole time! Overall we had a perfect trip with no complications! Thanks Iglu and Royal Carribean.
Absolutely brilliant. Best holiday ever been on. Food is amazing, staff are friendly, helpful and very accommodating. I had an inside cabin and there was plently of room and I was more than comfortable. Entertainment was great something for all ages. Cannot fault the ship or anything that goes with it cant wait till I cruise agin and I will be cruising with Royal Carribean. The transfer over was great, bmi were a great airline to travel with. Iglu were also very helpful as this was my first cruise and I was unsure of the procedures. They pointed me in the right direct.
Just returned from a fantastic week aboard the 'Liberty of the Seas' with my 8 year old son. From the outset, the whole experience was excellent. I have to say that Royal Caribbean have managed to get the boarding process down to a fine art. The moment we arrived at Barcelona airport we were swiftly checked in and transported to the ship within no time at all. Whilst onboard the staff were very accommodating especially the waiting staff who went out of their way to make my son feel very special. The food was also excellent. Facilities and activities on board were superb; the ice rink and climbing wall kept us entertained for hours. The quality of the evening activities were varied and for some on who would avoid musicals like the plague, I have to say I have been converted. Overall, I would highly recommend the Liberty of the Seas for a family friendly holiday!
Just back from our first cruise and I was warned once we did one we would want to go again and, SURE enough, I cant wait to return. We sailed around the Med for 7 nights and each and every day was SUPERB. The staff couldn't do enough for you day and night. The rooms were spotless. The entertainment was top draw. The food was SUPERB.
Just taken a holiday on liberty of the seas The staff and crew were apsolutley amazing which gave us the most amazing holiday cannot say how special we felt the cruise food etc etc 100% you should try a want to go back as soon as possible thanks thanks thanks ace.
Four day 'taster' cruise from Barcelona April 2011. Amazing ship, outside cabin was great, plenty of space and immaculately clean. Staff fantastic, facilities onboard couldn't be better. Bars, dining, shows etc all exceptional, Only criticism is the prices onboard - very expensive - bottles of wine in dining room $59 dollars plus tips and tax! Otherwise wonderful holiday and when we've saved up we'll do it again!!!
A truly splendid mini cruise. Took my 95 year old grandma and she had a great time. Check in was slow, particularly for the disabled queue, mostly due to computer problems and a party of 16 checking in at the front of the queue. Lovely stateroom everything we need. We only had an inside cabin and Grandma had a disabled cabin due to being wheelchair bound, which was excellently equipped and thought out and sufficiently spacious. Food was brilliant as always with Royal Caribbean. We had formal breakfast, lunch and dinner dining. Entertainment was first class as we have come to expect from Royal Caribbean. Most comment worthy being the Ice Show and Royal Caribbean Singers and Dancers. Thank you again Iglu and Royal Caribbean for a splendid holiday and some great memories.
I held back on cruising because I did not know what to expect. At last I took the plunge (?). A back to back cruise, the Eastern/Western Caribbean cruise which was a dream come true. At the end of the first week I had a day in Miami - a shopper's paradise. Liberty of the Seas had everything holiday dreams are made of. It is a luxurious ship that stood out at port due to size. Embarkation was very quick. It is unbelievable that almost 4000 passengers can be boarded so quickly. Royal Caribbean has everything so well organised, the cabins are really comfy with many extras and the maid service (twice a day) was superb with room service on request. Dining rooms are exquisite and service cannot be described. The menu every day was time consuming – we were totally spoiled for choice. Entertainment facilities and events were plentiful and superb for all ages and tastes. I’d love to hear from anyone who remembers Dianne & Catherine especially. Roll on 25th April when I’ll be back again. Never again waste money in Europe. This is real value.
All offers and prices are subject to change and availability at time of enquiry. Prices are based on two passengers sharing unless otherwise stated and are subject to the Tour Operator's terms and conditions. Cabin and Flight supplements may apply. Other supplements may apply in addition to the price shown above. Flight details, timings and routing may be subject to alteration. Other tour operator charges may also apply. Any Onboard Spending money or drinks package value shown will be per cabin, again based on two sharing.
Note: On 13 January 2018, new European legislation is being adopted in the UK which as result will mean that we may change our required method of payment at our discretion, irrespective of how any deposit or prior payment was made.