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Royal Caribbean Freedom Class Balcony Cabin Walk Thru
This is a quick walk thru of Balcony staterooms for the Royal Caribbean cruise ship Freedom class. Class names such as Freedom class defines similar ships within the Royal Caribbean fleet. Scroll down to view photos and descriptions for the Balcony category.
The balcony is still the same size as a superior balcony. It has two chairs and a small metal table. The railing is also glass so that you can see the view through the railing.
The bed is rounded in the corners. This gives more room in the cabin, but also might not be as good for tall people when they are sleeping.
Aft facing balconies will be larger and some will have loungers.
Some cabins will have a pullman bed. This is a bed that lowers from the ceiling when needed.
This is a view of the cabin looking back towards the door. Notice the size of the couch. The size of the couch is one of the main differences between a deluxe and superior balcony cabin.
The bed can be separated into two twin size beds.
This is the toilet and shower area of the bathroom. The shower head is adjustable. Notice the towel rack above the toilet.
This is the sink area in the bathroom. Notice the shelf underneath the sink.
Here is a good picture of the desk area with drawers. There is a mini-fridge in the cabinet on the right side of the desk.
The closet will have hangers and shelves. The room safe is on one of the shelves.
This is the space in a mini-fridge.
These are some of the outlets in the cabin. Someone plugged in a 3 plug extender in this picture.
Here are some more outlets.
Some cabins have a pullman bed. This is a bed that pulls down from the ceiling when needed. A ladder is provided to help climb up into the bed.
Balconies have partitions that divide them from other balconies. Those partitions can be opened to connect the balconies together. This is a picture of several balconies connected together.
Here is a view of the cabin with the pullman bed pulled down.