Freedom of the Seas Cabins

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    Freedom of the Seas Porthole Cabin

    Lower Level Stateroom Porthole cabins are located on the lower decks of the Freedom of the Seas, like most ships. While many cruise passengers disdain staying on a lower deck, those prone to seasickness appreciate the location. Lower decks sway less, especially in rough seas. (c) Freedom of the Seas.

    See Staterooms Aboard the Freedom of the Seas

    There are 1,815 cabins and suites on the Freedom of the Seas. In total, Freedom of the Seas staterooms can accommodate more than 3,600 people per sailing. Here you can view several different categories of lodging aboard the Freedom of the Seas.

    When you're ready to learn more about spending a week or more aboard Freedom of the Seas, read my Freedom of the Seas Review and "24 Hours of Freedom: The Most Exciting Ways to Spend a Day at Sea" by contributor Holly Reich.

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    Freedom of the Seas Interior Stateroom

    Room Without a View If you want to cruise but don't have much money, book one an inside cabin aboard the Freedom of the Seas. It's disappointing not to have a view of the water from your room, but there are ample public spaces to take in the scenery. © 2006 Susan Breslow. Licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Ocean View Stateroom

    The majority of staterooms aboard Freedom of the Seas have a private balcony. This picture shows a deluxe ocean view stateroom with a queen-size bed. The bathroom has a shower but no bath.
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    Freedom of the Seas Ocean View Cabin

    Ocean view cabins aboard the Freedom of the Seas range in size from 177-189 square feet with a small balcony that measures from 68-74 square feet. One problem with this particular configuration is that the TV can't swivel enough to be seen from bed. © 2006 Susan Breslow. Licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Junior Suite

    There are 84 Freedom of the Seas Junior Suites, extraordinarily spacious accommodations for a ship. Suites measure 287 square feet plus a balcony of 101 square feet. © 2006 Susan Breslow. Licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Junior Suite Furnishings

    Soothing Modern Shades Sitting areas in junior suites aboard the Freedom of the Seas have a small couch. But that's not all.... © 2006 Susan Breslow. Licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Junior Suite Spaciousness

    A Nice Comfy Chair and Matching Ottoman There is room to spread out and get comfortable in a junior suite on on the Freedom of the Seas. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Desk and Dresser Unit

    There's more than meets the eye here: A safe is concealed behind the closet door on the left, a hair dryer resides in the top right drawer, and there is a mini-fridge beneath the flat-screen Samsung TV. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Junior Suite Bathroom

    The bathroom in a Freedom of the Seas Junior Suite is the nicest one we've seen on a ship. Gone is the ubiquitous beige plastic walls and shower surround. In their place, elegant tiles and the longest, deepest single-person tub we've seen at sea. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Junior Suite Closet

    The walk-in closet on this Freedom of the Seas junior suite features two logo terry bathrobes, wire racks for shoes and foldables, and full-size (as opposed to pin-head style) wooden hangers. We like!. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Junior Suite Deck

    The deck off a junior suite on Freedom of the Seas isn't pretty, but it is spacious. There is a lounger and ottoman plus two chairs and a table across from it, all constructed of heavy-duty plastic. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Royal Suite

    Luxury on the Water Want a spectacularly romantic berth at sea? Choose the Royal Suite aboard the Freedom of the Seas. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Royal Suite Living Room

    As you enter the Royal Suite of the Freedom of the Seas, there is a bar and dining table on the left and a living room conversation pit with a large flat-screen TV on the right. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Royal Suite Living Area

    Come closer, settle in, and enjoy the Royal Suite on the Freedom of the Seas. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Royal Suite Master Bedroom

    Spacious and relaxing, the master bedroom is a world unto itself in the Royal Suite of the Freedom of the Seas. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Royal Suite Desk

    This desk in the master bedroom of the Freedom of the Seas is ideal for sending fanmail to a flounder. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Royal Suite Bathroom

    Vessel Sinks on the World's Largest Sailing Vessel Glittery, dual vessel sinks and a lighted makeup mirror add a touch of class to the master bath in the Royal Suite on the Freedom of the Seas. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Royal Suite Big Bathtub

    Yes! It's what we've been waiting for: A bathtub big enough for two on a ship. Thank you, Freedom of the Seas, for including this in your Royal Suite. (All other staterooms feature showers only, or a shower in a narrow tub). © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Royal Suite Marble Shower

    Not in the mood for a bath? Step into the adjacent bathtub in the Royal Suite of the Freedom of the Seas. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Royal Suite Deck Loungers

    Let those in the cheap cabins have their plastic furniture: In the Royal Suite, only padded loungers on the deck will suffice!. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Royal Suite Deck Hot Tub

    Water, Water Everywhere.... The ultimate in sea-going pleasure, the Deck 12 Royal Suite features a private hot tub on its roomy balcony. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Presidential Family Suite

    Did Freedom of the Seas have the Bushes in mind when they designed this multi-generational presidential suite?. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Presidential Family Suite Living Room

    Truth to tell,there's a bit more furniture than room in the living room of the Freedom of the Seas presidential suite entrance area. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Presidential Suite Master Bedroom

    It's cozy in the master bedroom of the Freedom of the Seas Presidential Family Suite. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Presidential Family Suite Master Bedroom Desk Unit

    Flatscreen TV hangs on the desk-and-dresser unit in the master bedroom of the Freedom of the Seas Presidential Family Suite. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas 2nd Presidential Family SUite Bedroom

    Perhaps Barbara Bush Sr. and George Bush the elder would get to sleep in this bedroom in the Presidential Family Suite. The family dogs and Cheney could share the pulldown bed above them. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas 3rd Presidential Family SUite Bedroom

    The Bush girls could share this bedroom. Most queen-size beds on the Freedom of the Seas can be split into twin beds. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Balcony of Freedom of the Seas Presidential Family Suite

    There's enough outdoor seating on the balcony of Freedom of the Seas Presidential Family Suite balcony to have a cabinet meeting. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.
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    Freedom of the Seas Presidential Family Suite Hot Tub

    The family that soaks together are congenial folks together, in the hot tub on the balcony of the Presidential Suite aboard the Freedom of the Seas. © 2006 Susan Breslow licensed to About.com, Inc.