Our room was seemed so small at first, but seeing you don't spend much time in the cabin it was fine...the bathroom was set up well and the shower was a good size..there is more than enough closet space. Read entire member review.
Our cabin was a good size - 175 sq ft - without balcony. There was enough room to store two suitcases and carry-on bags under the bed and two large hanging spaces, enough hangers, and many drawers. The ice bucket and water jug were refilled every day. The TV was a good size but there was only UK and US news available after we crossed Bass Strait. The bathroom was a roomy with a clothes line across the shower (no tub). Grout on the floor was discoloured. Cotton robes, shampoo, cotton buds and moisturiser provided. No ironing allowed. Adjustable air-con. The Seapass card entry system didn't always work properly. Big window with efficient blind. Very quiet. Read entire member review.
We chose a window cabin; it was spacious enough; lots of closet space. The greatest thing about Celebrity are the showers. You can actually turn around in them! No complaints about the cabin...a bit older due to ship age and slightly worn but clean & perfectly adequate. Read entire member review.
Cabin size was adequate and probably a little larger than we had anticipated with plenty of closet and drawer space.
Position was good & very quite with no outside noise from engines other guests etc
Decor was tired/dated with bed lined having seen better days.
Balcony view was excellent as you would expect but looked on the shabby side & need of some TLC
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