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Xpedition Suite Cabins 21 Reviews
230 sq ft; Features convertible double or single beds; veranda.
    
Xpedition Suite (XS)
Xpedition Suite (XS)


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320
320 - Anchor Room - we really were not in room when anchor was being moved - but otherwise quiet.  Read entire member review.
501
Galapagos Adventure by worldtraveler16Ny
We probably had the best cabin on the ship. A corner room with balcony away from the anchor. It was close to the main social areas and even picked up the wifi that was only available in the lounge.  Read entire member review.
501
Strangers in Paradise by sheffield666
501 - suite - deck 5. Small compared to big cruise ships, but plenty of room for this type of cruise. Storage was good - wardrobe with plenty of hanging space, and shelves; three sets of 3 x drawers. Bathroom was very cosy, but the shower was very good, powerful and refreshing. Towels were changed three times a day and there were lots of them too. Beds were singles pushed together but were very comfortable. Bed settee was comfy but as it was plastic, it was a bit "sticky" to sit on. The balcony was small but enough room to sit out and enjoy the lovely warm evenings - and to spot the dolphins chasing the ship.  Read entire member review.
501
e stayed in Suite 501 (we were upgraded from 509 on the Thursday before we left - the PH never sold on our trip). I LOVED this room. The American outlet (3 prong) is what the clock is plugged into; when you unplug the clock to plug in your power strip the clock will remember the time. There is no clothesline in the shower but they have an over-the-door hooks which I thought was better. I personally thought the bathroom and room were good size. The shower is a glass door. Our beds were two twins pushed together with a gap created by the two frames touching each other (others have described this). After the first night, I left a note for our steward, Salome, requesting if it was possible to make a queen bed. Later that morning she had eliminated the gap and we had a queen bed. Whatever she used did not cause any bumps/lumps and lasted the whole week. We had a sofa in the room that comfortably sat 2 people and pulled out into a bed with a real, but thin, mattress (we looked). We had a TV we never watched and a frig always filled with sodas, and water but nothing was ever very cold, I preferred to go to the bar for an iced drink. There is also a desk, which I used for storage (note the blow dryer is in one of the drawers). We had a balcony which was tight but could sit two with a small table. When you were sitting in the chairs, sofa, or bed you could easily see the water and views even though most of the balcony isn't glass like on other ships its metal. You no longer get chocolate every night but we did get it two nights. The chocolates were just small plain pieces not the fancy box people use to talk about. Our luggage fit under the bed no problems but we only had carry-on size (45 linear inches). The room got cool/cold when we turned the air on at night, during the day we had the air off with the glass door open when we were there. The room is extremely sound proof; we didn't even hear the anchors unless we were awake. The only problem with this is it is extremely difficult to hear someone knocking and I mean knocking hard. Safe is still difficult to use, we failed twice to get ours to work. Neither safe on the ship or Marriott will hold a normal laptop (14/15 inch widescreen), if you have a smaller one it might. Shampoo/Conditioner are in the shower, bar soap, bath gel, lotion, sewing kit are all in the bathroom. We did get champagne in the room on arrival, we had a bowl of fruit (which we asked Salome to take away because it was going to waste), and we got appetizers in the room (which weren't bad but note they always have some snack in the bar/grill during the cocktail time).  Read entire member review.
502
We had one of the only suites with a balcony. The stateroom was average size, but the bathroom was larger than most. It had a nearly full size shower which was very nice.  Read entire member review.
502
The cabin was larger than others on Xpedition but smaller than the standard cruise suite. The location of the couch made the cabin seemed cramped. The bed is hard and lumpy but that seems to be a standard complaint. There is a closet with a safe and a couple of nightstands with drawers. We put our suitcases under the bed and had enough storage space in the closet and drawers for our clothes. The bathroom is cramped like a normal cruise ship and only has a shower - no tub. The balcony was fabulous! We spotted many animals, including sharks, dolphins, boobies, pelicans, turtles, gulls, and frigates. We were on the starboard side so we were able to stand on our balcony as were passed Kicker Rock.  Read entire member review.
502
Lots of storage, great balcony, comfortable bed, good shower  Read entire member review.
503
The penthouse, 503, is spacious. We split it with friends without a problem. The balcony is small and we didn't use it: too much to see topside. It is quiet and away from any noise from the engines or the anchor.  Read entire member review.
503
Galapagos by Mary Jane M
Xpedition PS was pricy, but perfect for mother/daughter. Great view and balcony, quiet, good closet and shelves, lighting, etc.  Read entire member review.
503

The cabin is on the port side and has a small balcony that will accommodate 2 for G & Ts. Don't hear any noise from adjacent cabins. Cabin quite spacious for a relatively small ship. Good shower.

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504
Cabin was large enought and very efficient. Shower was a little small for a suite, but this is a very small ship so I was not disappointed.  Read entire member review.
504
The trip of a lifetime by Vacation Nut
Cabin 504. Good size, comfortable bed, lovely balcony, loads of cupboard and drawer space. Great shower.  Read entire member review.
506
Great cabin, balcony was a boon, plenty of storage  Read entire member review.
602

Suite 602 Large narrow balcony which makes room hot because sliding glass is so large, king size bed, tiled large shower, two flights of stairs to get to anything, floor plan on Celebrity Website is incorrect, beds very comfortable, closet space is enough, plenty of drawers and shelves.

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604
Great experience by free101girl
HOT! This suite is exposed to the sun all day on two sides and from overhead, and apparently is not well-insulated. By evening it is very uncomfortable -- the a/c just cannot keep up. I would say the in-room temp at that time of day was between 85 and 90, no lie. Usually by about 1 or 2 am it became comfortable. Also, because it's at the top of the ship, the wave motion is exaggerated. This suite has a very big balcony but there is almost no shade, ever, because the sun is overhead all the time at the equator! Plus it's a very busy itinerary: you're on excursions or eating or sleeping. We probably spent a total of 15 minutes on the balcony. If I had it to do over, I'd pick a stateroom on a lower deck, and skip the balcony.  Read entire member review.
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502
Celebrity Xpedition by Jennie Barker
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