After 10 cruises in interior cabins, I spent three nights in the opulent Owner’s Suite on Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas.
This cabin is one of the most spacious on the entire ship and comes with its own name: the Adagio Suite. At 624 square feet, the room’s size is nearly four times as big as the interior staterooms I typically book.
For 2 guests, the total price of our suite came out to $2,612 for a 3-night cruise, or right around $870 per night. This price includes taxes, fees, and gratuities, and we also received $100 onboard credit.
We originally booked the suite for $2,934, but our travel agent repriced the sailing a few months after booking and found a cheaper deal, saving us $322.
Let’s take a tour of my spacious cabin at sea complete with a bedroom, living room, dining room, and extra large balcony.
My suite was located on deck 10, right outside of the ship’s aft elevator lobby. The suite’s convenient location was one of the best perks of the cabin, as we never had to walk far to get from our cabin to anywhere onboard.
When I opened the door to my suite for the first time, I was immediately blown away by the cabin’s size and amenities.
The suite has one bedroom, where you’ll find a king bed, television, side tables, and storage space.
The bedroom is not separated from the rest of the suite by a wall, but you can close a curtain for more privacy.
There is a vanity and desk area in the bedroom which includes several outlets to charge your devices.
Like all cabins, you’ll find a safe in the Owner’s Suite in the drawers above the vanity.
Now let’s move to the living room.
The living room has a sectional couch, plush chair, coffee table, and end table. This space is great for entertaining or winding down after a busy day in port.
To watch television in the living room, you can simply swivel around the TV from the bedroom to the living room.
The living room is connected to a dining room.
This area features floor-to-ceiling closets, which are perfect for hanging dresses and suits for formal night. You’ll also find Royal Caribbean bathrobes inside the closet.
Next to the closet are additional drawers where you can store clothes, shoes, and other personal items. Like all Royal Caribbean cabins, there is a mini fridge available here as well.
Above the mini fridge is a Lavazza Espresso coffee maker and ice bucket. You’ll also receive a few complimentary water bottles in the suite, which will be placed near the coffee maker.
There is also a dining table perfect for enjoying in-suite meals. As a suite guest, room service is complimentary, including meals from the Main Dining Room menu.
Across from the dining room is a bathroom, and the Owner’s Suite bathroom is unlike any bathroom I’ve experienced in a cruise ship cabin before.
The bathroom has dual sinks, which is optimal for two guests getting ready at the same time.
It also features a standalone bathtub with jacuzzi controls. Like all suites, the bathroom comes with upgraded Malin + Goetz shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.
In addition to the bathtub is a separate shower with a detachable shower head.
There is both a toilet and bidet in the Owner’s Suite bathroom.
Next let's head outside to the suite's balcony.
One of the best benefits of the Owner’s Suite is the large balcony. At 160 square feet, the balcony is three times larger than those in standard balcony cabins.
There are two balcony doors, one in the bedroom and the other in the living room.
The balcony offers unobstructed views of the outdoors. It’s located on the ship’s hump, meaning that the balcony sticks out further than other balconies onboard.
On the balcony is a dining table with two chairs, a perfect spot to enjoy breakfast and coffee in the mornings.
There are also two padded, reclinable lounge chairs, a notable upgrade from the standard chairs found on regular balconies.
While not cheap, the Owner’s Suite is nothing short of a spectacular cabin on Liberty of the Seas. For those looking for extra living space, upgraded amenities, and a more luxurious experience onboard, it is certainly worth the splurge.