|Inside Cabin||from AU$ 1368 p.p.||from AU$ 887 p.p.|
|Outside Cabin||from AU$ 1628 p.p.||from AU$ 1118 p.p.|
|Balcony Cabin||from AU$ 2128 p.p.||from AU$ 1468 p.p.|
|Suite||from AU$ 2988 p.p.||from AU$ 2133 p.p.|
You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to cabins on board the Freedom of the Seas. Feel free to choose between different cabin categories, including comfortable inner cabins, outer cabins with or without a balcony, and luxurious suites. No matter which you choose, all cabins are tastefully designed to the highest of standards.
The master chefs on board can magically prepare delicious dishes exactly to your preference. You always have the choice between an array of different themed and specialty restaurants and cafés, including the Portofino restaurant for Italian specialties and the Chops Grill for all steak lovers.
Your entertainment is a priority on the Freedom of the Seas. Spectacular shows are performed regularly in the theatre and you can catch all the latest films in the cinema. Go skating on the ice rink or visit the Sun Deck to have fun on the FlowRider—the first ever surf park on board a ship. Dancing in the open-air nightclub is a perfect way to round off your evening.
Wellness and Fitness
Plenty of opportunities to be active and to relax the body and soul are also provided. The fitness centre is well-equipped with modern exercise machines and the climbing wall gives you the chance to climb to new heights. After your workout, relax in the Day Spa with one of its many wellness treatments, including professional massages.
Numerous shops on board provide all you need for your cruise and more, including jewellery, perfumes, clothing and everyday needs. There is something for everyone.
Sporty, casual clothing is recommended by day. Depending on the programme, it’s best to pack a choice of casual and business casual clothing, as well as elegant formalwear for special evening events. Sturdy, comfortable footwear is essential for land excursions.
Note for guests traveling with children
All persons under the age of 18 are considered minors when travelling with Royal Caribbean cruises. Both minors and young adults (between the ages of 18 and 21) are required to travel with an adult supervisor.