We loved the coffee bar on the Deck 5!
The Freedom’s interior lounges were entertaining, helping to fill out the bar and pool experience on the vessel.
The Viennese Café offers great tasting coffee drinks such as lattés, capuccinos, espresso, and americanos, available in large and small sizes. You will find it on the deck 5 Promenade where you can accompany your caffeine intake with cakes and pastries. It opens by 7 am and closes at 1 am. On port days, the Viennese is closed between the hours of 10 am and 3 pm.
The International Lounge features the secondary stage on the Freedom and is home to regular comedy acts, karaoke, live music, and art auctions. The stage is small, making for an intimate setting where you can see and hear performances from anywhere you sit.
Located on Deck 4 behind the Habana bar you will find the small Web Internet Café, where you can access the Internet (for a charge).
The Carnival Freedom offers three different areas for children broken down by age group, making it a great choice for families.
Club O2 is for teenagers 15-17 with parties, video games, movies and other clean cruising fun on deck 5.
Circle “C” on deck 4 is for the tweens in your family (ages 12-14) with appropriate video games, dances, karaoke and late night movies to make them think they are being mischievous.
Camp Carnival is for the young ones, with activities designed for ages 2-11 on deck 14. Activities are supervised and separated into three groups for more age appropriate fun.
The Dynasty Conference room on deck 4 can be reserved for all your business needs. The room is 1,310 square feet and can be divided into two smaller rooms, each with a 8’ screen and projector, with an overall maximum capacity of 125 people.
The ship’s library, dubbed the Monticello after Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia home, is quite small. There are just three book shelves and a few sets of board games. You will find it right next to the photo gallery.