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Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas vs Celebrity Edge
The Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas was built in 2007. It was renovated in 2016. It's 12 years older than the Edge , which was built in 2019. The Celebrity Edge is the first ship to feature the "Magic Carpet," a moving platform that makes using water tenders a breeze while in port, or adds outdoor dining space while at sea. This Edge-class of ship is known to feel quite different than the rest of the Celebrity fleet as it's less geared towards traditional cruise passengers.
The Liberty of the Seas is considered a large size ship. Coming in at 1,112 feet long and 185 feet wide, it's roughly the length of 3.1 football fields, as wide as 3.5 tractor-trailers and the same height as a 14-story building. Compared to the Celebrity Edge, the Liberty of the Seas is 19% larger in terms of overall tons.
Number of Passengers
Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas holds 30% more passengers than the Edge based on double occupancy (two people per room). When you look at the "Space Ratio," or the total tonnage of a ship compared to the number of passengers, the Liberty of the Seas has less space per person compared to the Edge.
Food and Restaurants
Food is a big part of any cruise, and the ship you choose can make a huge difference in your food experience.
The Liberty of the Seas has 16 different dining options like Sorrento's Pizza , Sabor , and Windjammer . Of those options, 8 are complementary, or included with your cruise fare. The other 8 options have an additional fee.
The Edge has 2 more dining venues. Some of its popular venues are Tuscan Restaurant , Rooftop Garden Grill , and Dinner on the Edge . 8 of these restaurants are complementary and the other 10 have an additional fee.
If you like having a variety of places to eat, the Edge might be a better choice. It has 13% more dining options than the Liberty of the Seas.
If you're looking to avoid extra money while on board, the Liberty of the Seas might be a better choice then the Edge. More of the dining options are included in the base cruise fare, potentially saving you money.
In terms of drinks and cocktails, you have a variety of choices. Both ships serve the Coca-cola family of products. That means Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite and Barqs Root Beer, although the selection can vary by ship. Most Royal Caribbean ships also have Coke Freestyle machines where you can make 100 different flavor combinations.
There are also plenty of bars available on these ships. You can check out recent the bar menus for the Liberty of the Seas and the Edge below.
Pools and Hot Tubs
Nothing beats relaxing by a pool with a nice drink in hand as you feel the fresh sea breeze pass by you. The problem is that with thousands of people on a ship, there's not always room. If you want to spend all day for 7 days in a pool, a cruise isn't for you. You would have a much better bet choosing a resort with a huge pool complex. That being said, a quick dip in the pool can be nice on a hot day.
The Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas has a total of 3 pools and 7 hot tubs. Tired of loud kids and splashing? 1 of the pools and 2 of the hot tubs are adults only.
The Celebrity Edge has the same number of pools as the Liberty of the Seas and fewer hot tubs. There are more exclusive pools and hot tubs on the Edge. If you don't mind paying for exclusive access to areas in order to have less crowds, this might be a better choice.
Both ships have lots of activities to keep you busy throughout your cruise. Below you'll see a list of some of the major features on these ships. On the Liberty of the Seas, 80% of the activities below are included in the cruise fare. On the Edge, only 67% of the activities are included, meaning you might spend more money while on board.
Royal Caribbean is considered a mainstream cruise line. Mainstream cruise lines cater to a variety of guests, hoping to provide something for everyone. These typically cost about $100 - $350 per person per day.
Celebrity, on the other hand, is a premium cruise line. Premium cruise lines typically offer upscale food, accommodations, and service. These typically cost about $150 - $400 per person per day.
Cruise pricing is dynamic and varies for each specific sailing based on factors such as departure point, ports of call, and time of year. To get a good idea of how the pricing compares, visit the cruise line's website to price out the separate cruises or consult a travel professional.
Another way to gauge the cost of a cruise is to consider how much you'll spend on board. Even though a lot is included in the base cruise fare, you may still spend money on things like spa treatments, specialty dining, drinks, and excursions. In addition, guests can also have to pay for things like gratuities and tips.
Typically guests can expect to spend about 25 - 40% of the cost of the cruise on onboard expenses. In other words, if the cruise fare is $1,000 per person, you might spend between $250 and $400 on extra expenses.
The table below will help you compare onboard prices to see if you might spend more on a specific ship.
Royal Caribbean uses dynamic pricing, which means the pricing for many things will vary per sailing. The daily gratuities and tip are consistent across the fleet, but the pricing for the drink package, internet, and excursions will change. The only way to know your price is to consult the Royal Caribbean cruise planner once you're booked.
Celebrity Cruise Lines offers an "All Included" program. Guests who book a cruise using this promotion will have gratuities, wifi, and alcohol included. Some sailings are available without this program so pay attention when booking. Typically prices are lower if they don't include "Always Included." The wifi and alcohol package are the base levels and can be upgraded for an additional cost.
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Celebrity Edge deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (2023-2024-2025 valid floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Celebrity Cruises deckplan pdf (printable version).
Each of the Celebrity Edge cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Celebrity Edge staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
Celebrity Edge (2018-built, last refurbished in 2023 October) is the first of all 5 "EDGE-class" Celebrity Cruises ships - with sisterships Celebrity Apex (2021), Celebrity Beyond (2022), Celebrity Ascent (2023) and TBN2 (2025).
Celebrity Edge deck plans show a total of 1467 staterooms for 2918 passengers (max capacity is 3521) served by 1320 crew-staff (726 crew cabins). Of all staterooms: 81% are Balcony, 10% Oceanview, 9 % Inside. The number of cabins with a triple and quad occupancy is 1305. Connecting cabins are 178. Wheelchair-accessible cabins are 25.
The boat has 15 decks, of which 14 are passenger-accessible and 10 with cabins.
The new category "Infinite Veranda" cabins are 23% larger and their bathrooms 10% larger in comparison to Solstice-Class ships' balcony cabins. In-cabin automation allows controlling virtually everything (lighting, window shades, temperature, media, room service) via touch screen technology.
Other Celebrity Edge deck plan features include:
- 2-level Atrium stairway looking out over a terrace with a 3-ft (1 m) deep plunge pool.
- Pool Deck 14 (midship) is a resort-style outdoor space with a lap pool, chaise loungers (overlooking the sea), large LED screen, and 6 cabanas. At night, the pool deck transforms into an outdoor party area with live music and movies.
- On Pool Deck 14, the ship has a total of 6 spacious cabanas available for rent. They are all lined up at the starboard side and feature comfortable seating, high ceilings, and amazing sea views.
- Rooftop Garden is ultra-modern live greenery (outdoor lounge) located on Deck 15. It features comfortable seating, exotic lighting, live plants for decoration, large LED screen for daily media movies in the evenings, panoramic sea views. At night, Rooftop Garden transforms into a reservations-only lounge with live music performances, dinner pairings, and movies.
- Retreat Lounge and Retreat Sundeck (the ship's adults-only deck).
- "Luminae At The Retreat" is a specialty restaurant on 2 levels and with floor-ceiling windows. The menu is by Michelin-starred Chef Cornelius Gallagher.
- The solarium is another age-restricted area for adults only.
- The ship's pool deck has 1 lap pool (length 23 m / 75 ft), 2 whirlpools (hot tubs), 2-deck Walking-Jogging Track (length 400 m / 1320 ft).
The Celebrity Edge ship offers “friction-less arrival” check-in service via a combination of geo-fenced beacons and facial recognition software. Passengers can access their staterooms via smartphones through the Celebrity's "Virtual Concierge" app. Every part of the stateroom is controllable via touchscreen panel, including lighting, air-conditioning, window curtains, alarm clock, media, etc.
Celebrity Cruises' "Virtual Concierge" mobile app also allows making onboard reservations and booking (dinner, spa, classes, etc) and in-cabin ordering (food, drinks, laundry, etc). The app's digital map uses the smartphone's sensors to improve mapping services based on its current location.
Onboard passenger traffic is served by 12 elevators and 4 clusters of stairways.
The ship has 4 main dining venues (capacity 360 seats each) sharing one base menu with specific to each restaurant menu items. Suite passengers dine at the exclusive "Luminae At the Retreat". AquaClass passengers dine at the exclusive "Blu". The raw food bar "Raw on 5" is a new eatery, just like the cantilevered "Magic Carpet" (bar-lounge-restaurant venue). Another new dining-entertainment concept is "Eden" (bar-lounge-restaurant). "Le Grand Bistro" (Atrium-located dining area/cafeteria) serves French cuisine.
The other restaurants are named Cosmopolitan, Normandie, Cyprus, Tuscan, Fine Cut Steakhouse. Traditional for all new Celebrity Cruise ships is the "Rooftop Garden Grill". Among the most popular bars are Eden Bar, Martini Bar, Sunset Bar, Pool Bar.
Magic Carpet ("outdoor elevator lounge")
A unique feature of the Celebrity Edge ship is its Magic Carpet - a glass structure (glass-roofed, cantilevered platform) the size of a tennis court, able to traverse 14 stories, like a large elevator. Mounted on the ship's starboard side, the open-air Magic Carpet offers stunning ocean views, comfortable seating, full bar, a stage for live music performances, This "traveling venue" changes its theme, function, and location by extending from Deck 2 up to Deck 16.
Passengers can't simply ride on the Magic Carpet (using it as an elevator). In each location, the "moving lounge" is safely locked, then guests are allowed to step onboard. While repositioning, the venue is without any passengers. Some of its furniture is fixed.
The structure repositions and transforms into a new venue depending on which deck is locked.
- When positioned on Deck 16 (above pool deck), it becomes a specialty restaurant offering the unique “Dinner on the Edge" al-fresco dining under the stars.
- When positioned on Resort Deck 14 (in front of the cabanas), it becomes an extension of the pool deck area, also offering live music performances.
- When positioned on Dining Deck 5, it becomes a specialty restaurant - alfresco dining appendix to the ship's main dining room restaurant.
- When positioned on Tendering Deck 2, it becomes an extension of the Destination Gateway (embarkation station serving ship's tender operations). Destination Gateway boarding area is dedicated to the so-called "Edge Launches" - luxurious passenger tendering ashore, providing seamless embarkation and disembarkation in all ports of call along the cruise itinerary. This spacious area is fitted with large LCD screens (displaying destination, itinerary and port highlights), comfortable seating (capacity 130 seats), air-conditioning.
"Destination Getaway" is a dedicated embarkation point when the platform is positioned at its lowest level (Tendering Deck 2).
Magic Carpet's repositioning schedule is published daily.
Deck 02 - crew-tendering-hospital-magic carpet, deck 03 - cabins-restaurants-lobby, deck 04 - restaurants-casino-shops1-eden1, deck 05 - shops2-eden2, deck 06 - cabins-eden3, deck 07 - cabins, deck 08 - cabins, deck 09 - cabins, deck 10 - cabins, deck 11 - cabins-bridge, deck 12 - cabins-iconic suites, deck 14 - spa-lido-pools-sundeck, deck 15 - edge villas-rooftop garden, deck 16 - retreat sundeck-magic carpet.
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Celebrity Edge cruise ship weighs 130k tons and has 1467 staterooms for up to 3521 passengers served by 1320 crew . There are 15 passenger decks, 10 with cabins. You can expect a space ratio of 37 tons per passenger on this ship. These are the current deck plans for Celebrity Edge showing deck plan layouts, public venues and all types of cabins including pictures and videos. Plus we have our own cruise deck plan pdf creator. The menu above is specific to the Celebrity Edge ship and provides a quick way to go to the different pages. LIVE SHIP TRACKING
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Floor Diagram Iconic Suite
Sleeps up to: 6 2 Cabins Cabin: 1892 sqft (178 m 2 ) Balcony: 689 sqft (65 m 2 )
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Floor Diagram Penthouse Suite
Sleeps up to: 6 2 Cabins Cabin: 1378 sqft (130 m 2 ) Balcony: 197 sqft (19 m 2 )
Floor Diagram Edge Villas Upper Level
Sleeps up to: 4 6 Cabins Cabin: 739 sqft (69 m 2 ) Balcony: 211 sqft (20 m 2 )
Floor Diagram Royal Suite
Sleeps up to: 4 4 Cabins Cabin: 687 sqft (65 m 2 ) Balcony: 72 sqft (7 m 2 )
Floor Diagram Celebrity Suite
Sleeps up to: 4 16 Cabins Cabin: 460 sqft (43 m 2 ) Balcony: 51 sqft (5 m 2 ) * Size may vary, see details below.
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Floor Diagram Sky Suite S2
Sleeps up to: 4 146 Cabins Cabin: 299 sqft (28 m 2 ) Balcony: 163 sqft (15 m 2 ) * Size may vary, see details below.
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Floor Diagram AquaClass Stateroom
Sleeps up to: 2 116 Cabins Cabin: 201 sqft (19 m 2 ) Balcony: 42 sqft (4 m 2 ) * Size may vary, see details below.
Floor Diagram Concierge Stateroom
Sleeps up to: 4 276 Cabins Cabin: 201 sqft (19 m 2 ) Balcony: 42 sqft (4 m 2 ) * Size may vary, see details below.
EDGE INFINITE VERANDA
Floor Diagram Edge Stateroom
Sleeps up to: 4 526 Cabins Cabin: 201 sqft (19 m 2 ) Balcony: 42 sqft (4 m 2 ) * Size may vary, see details below.
Floor Diagram Deluxe Veranda 1A, 1B
Sleeps up to: 4 94 Cabins Cabin: 201 sqft (19 m 2 ) Balcony: 42 sqft (4 m 2 ) * Size may vary, see details below.
PANORAMIC OCEAN VIEW
Floor Diagram Panoramic Stateroom
Sleeps up to: 4 28 Cabins Cabin: 212 sqft (20 m 2 )
Floor Diagram Oceanview 7, 8
Sleeps up to: 4 120 Cabins Cabin: 200 sqft (19 m 2 ) * Size may vary, see details below.
Floor Diagram Deluxe Interior
Sleeps up to: 4 131 Cabins Cabin: 202 sqft (19 m 2 ) * Size may vary, see details below.
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