Flowers Lobby Bar
Photo Gallery of the Carnival Liberty Cruise Ship Interiors
The Carnival Liberty was launched in 2005, and the 3000-passenger cruise ship has been a popular addition to the Carnival fleet. It is one of the "Conquest" Class of Carnival cruise ships. Designer Joe Farcus used an "artisan" theme in decorating the Carnival Liberty. Every public room has a theme, and it is fun trying to guess what the artisan theme is in each of them! Let's take a tour of our Carnival Liberty cabins and the interior public areas on the ship.
More Carnival Liberty Photo Galleries
Promenade Seating Area
It's fun to buy a drink and sit along the Carnival Liberty Promenade and do some people-watching.
Treadmills in Fitness Center
Guests using the treadmills in the Carnival Liberty Fitness Center have a great view!
Mask-like Table in the Venetian Lounge
The cocktail tables in the Venetian Show Lounge on the Carnival Liberty are all shaped like Carnival masquerade masks.
Lobby Chandelier with Red Lights
The lights on this chandelier in the main lobby (Garden Atrium) change from red to purple to blue
Carnival Liberty Venetian Palace
Isn't a "Carnival" theme appropriate on a Carnival cruise ship?
The Venetian Palace show lounge celebrates Venice. The large, comfortable lounge is topped with a magnificent Murano glass chandelier.
Carnival Liberty Piano Man Lounge
The Piano Man lounge has a pianist and sing-a-long in the evening.
Carnival Liberty Hot and Cool Dance Club
The Hot and Cool Dance Club has a DJ and celebrates the artistry of tatooing.
Carnival Liberty Promenade Deck
The Promenade deck stretches all the way from the Victorian Lounge aft on the Carnival Liberty to the balcony of the Venetian Palace forward.
The casino, shops, and most of the bars and lounges are accessible from the Promenade Deck.
Carnival Liberty Arcade Video Games
No, this isn't a video game--it's my mom in a perfect photo op!
Carnival Liberty Promenade in the Early Morning
Although the Promenade is usually a busy passageway, some Carnival Liberty passengers find it a good place to read a good book and watch the world go by.
Carnival Liberty Without Batteries Teen Club
The Carnival Liberty gives teens their own club--Without Batteries.
Carnival Liberty Elevator Lobby
Although the silk flowers brightened up the elevator lobby, I thought they were a little overdone, but that's part of the ambience of a Carnival cruise ship.
Carnival Liberty Garden Atrium and Chandelier
The chandelier in the Garden Atrium of the Carnival Liberty cruise ship changes colors constantly. It is in its "multi-colored" mode here, and all red in the next photo.
Carnival Liberty Chandelier in the Garden Atrium
Red, blue, geeen, yellow, or muti-colored--this chandelier in the Garden Atrium of the Carnival Liberty changes colors constantly.
Carnival Liberty Satin Room
The Carnival Liberty has four small dining/meeting rooms, which are convenient for groups traveling together.
Carnival Liberty Antiquarian Library
The library on the Carnival Liberty is very small and only open during a few hours each day. You definitely need to bring your own reading material on this "Fun Ship". I don't think people are supposed to have enough time to be seeking out a book, with all the constant activities on the Liberty.
Carnival Liberty Gloves Sports Bar
The Carnival Liberty Gloves Sports Bar celebrates the artistry of leather working. Boxing gloves hang from the ceiling, and baseball and other sports' gloves decorate the walls. It's a great decor for a sports bar!
Carnival Liberty Spa and Beauty Salon
The spa and fitness center on the Carnival Liberty are on deck 11.
Carnival Liberty Fitness Room
The fitness center of the Carnival Liberty is located on deck 11 forward near the spa.
Carnival Liberty Gym
The gym and fitness center on the Carnival Liberty has all the latest workout equipment, including spinning cycles.
Carnival Liberty Internet Center
The Internet Center on the Carnival Liberty was often busy, but for those of us with Wi-Fi enabled laptops, a visit to The Web was not necessary.
Carnival Liberty Balcony Cabin #8309
Carnival Liberty's balcony cabins are spacious for two people, with a nice sitting area, a desk area, and two comfortable beds, which can be combined into a queen-sized. The cabin and bathroom were kept very clean and was laid out well. The balcony has enough room for two chairs and a small table.
The cabin could use a little more drawer and closet space for a 12-day Mediterranean cruise, but there are plenty of shelves where your belongings can be stored. I didn't like the way the clothes hangers worked in the closet--items had to be stacked, and whatever I wanted to wear was always on the bottom! We thought our cabin deck 8 was very quiet and hardly ever knew we had neighbors on either side. Note that Deck 8 is directly beneath the pool deck, so we could occasionally hear the music and loud speakers from above if we were on our balcony, but never in the cabin.
Balcony Cabin Bathroom
The bathrooms on the Carnival Liberty have plenty of storage area. There are glass shelves on both sides of the sink.
Carnival Liberty Balcony Cabin #8309 - Sitting Area
This large sofa could be made into another bed if needed.
Carnival Liberty Balcony Cabin #8309
The desk and vanity area in Carnival Liberty cabin was quite nice. Since the cabin only had one 120-volt plug, I was glad I had taken along a multi-plug power strip to plug in my camera battery and phone chargers, computer, and curling iron.
Towel Animals from Carnival and Other Cruise Lines
Cruise ship stewards on Carnival Cruises and other cruise lines decorate the cabins each evening with creative towel animals that delight cruise passengers (young and old alike) and always bring a smile.