Royal of Caribbean Liberty of the Seas Stateroom 7218

Recently, I had the pleasure of  staying in a deluxe ocean view stateroom aboard Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas.  My roommate Brandi and I were assigned stateroom 7218 on deck 7 while attending Brandcation: Seas the Day.  Our trip coördinator a gave us our room assignments a week before the event.  Armed with my room number, I clicked around on and found great information about the room and its lay out.  The room appeared that it would provide an ample amount of space to accommodate us and I was  jazzed to receive a room with an ocean balcony!

Liberty of the Seas Ocean View Room 7218

Cabin 7218 on Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas located on the starboard side and features sliding glass doors that lead to your balcony, two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, closet, bathroom with shower, living area

Once I boarded the ship and made my way to stateroom 7218, I was ecstatic about the space. The room was beautiful and designed well. It was surprising to know that it was only 199 sq ft of space, because it sure felt big! After our luggage arrived, we unpacked and found TONS of compartments to store our items and clothing. We hung our clothes in the closets,and placed shoes and bigger items on the shelves in the closets. Other items we put in the drawers on the vanity, behind the mirrors on the vanity and end table drawers and nooks. All of our stuff fit well into the room.  Then we stored away the luggage away in the closet and enjoyed our room. It was peaceful. The beautify and sound of the ocean provided by the balcony was wonderful. Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas Stateroom 7218
The beds were super duper comfy. They had a nice firmness yet were soft and light due to the deluxe egg crate topper. I loved the feel of linens and the comfortable beds. The bathroom had a sizable amount of space to move around and get my business done. It was a tad bigger than I expected  a cruise ship bathroom to be. I am not a large person, I size in around 4ft 11” and weigh about average for my height, but I know my husband would have been comfortable in there and would not complain about the size and space of the room.   As a person who appreciates a clean counter tops, I was pleased to find storage areas in the mirrors on the walls provide storage areas behind them to store your bathroom goods. There wasn’t a plug in for blow dryers in the bathroom. They only provided one for shavers.  I had to blow dry my hair in the cabin in front of the vanity.  The cabin vanity provides two electrical outlets.

Here is a short video I took of the room.

While staying in our room we had excellent service from our stateroom attendant. He separated our bed into two, so that I didn’t roll into Brandi in the middle of the night!


Our room was cleaned and beds were made daily, with more care than a typical “maid.” If we were walking down the hallway and appeared lost, he would be certain to direct us to the proper area. Of course we received the towel animals, too!  It was wonderful customer service.

Overall, staying in deluxe ocean view stateroom 7218 was a wonderful experience.  The spacious room and its nifty compartments provided a wonderful environment to decompress between events, get dressed up for new events or sleep the night away.


Disclosure: My recent Royal Caribbean cruise aboard Liberty of the Seas was part of a recent press trip. My thoughts and opinions are always my own.

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  1. The rooms were way better than I was expecting! I don’t know if I’ll ever stay in an inside stateroom after having a balcony!

  2. I was really impressed with the size of the rooms! Love the new blog design, by the way!


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