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Aquaclass Cabins 25 Reviews
Same deck as the AquaSpa relaxation room, allows for access to spa amenities, and features assigned seating at the healthfully delicious Blu. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, Sitting area with sofa, Two beds convertible to queen-size, Vanity, Hansgrohe shower panel, 32 inch LCD TV.
    
Aquaclass (AQ)
Aquaclass (AQ)


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1517
Same size as most but tastefully decorated. Good bathroom. Smallish balcony but big enough. Could do with a divider between the bed and lounge should one wake up earlier than the other. Could do with some more clothes storage space  Read entire member review.
1525
Quiet, closest to forward elevators (Spa, Spa Pool and Sky Lounge side). No large overhang so could get good sun on veranda. Lovely bathroom and lots of space. Very satisfied.  Read entire member review.
1538
1538 is an accessible aquaclass veranda cabin on the 11th floor, starboard side. No obstructions at all. Great view of the navigational bridge.  Read entire member review.
1565
Amazing Alaska by Grammieof7

Room 1565 in the middle of the ship on the starboard side. Loved the room - never heard noises other than the ocean as we slept with the door partially open. Bathroom was great and the shower was awesome compared to other cruises of past from different cruise lines! Plenty of storage and room was clean and always tended to.

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1576
Convenient location. Great size. No noise in cabin. A little bit of noise from above when using the balcony but not enough to be a bother.  Read entire member review.
1587

Lovely room on deck 11. Room was fairly spacious and lots of storage space available. And lots of hangers! The AQ perks were wonderful, loved the jets in the shower and our room steward (Del) kept me in ice three times a day!! People have complained about the deck noise above, but we didn't hear the deck chairs being moved, but did hear people (kids?) running during the day above us. I was not crazy about the overhang on the veranda as it prohibited some picture taking. The bed was comfortable and seemed like it was a king size bed!! Veranda was awesome and used it quite a bit, even having breakfast outside on our warmer days of Alaska. If I were to cruise the Solstice again on Aqua Class, I would try to get one of the bump out cabins so I would not have that overhang to get in the way of my pictures. All in all, a very nice room and loved the location to the mid elevators.

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1596
Nice room. Standard balcony size. Aqua class has some nice touches. Mabey not worth the large expense. Some noise above. Limited view due to roof. Hard to get great shots without having the handover roof in the picture. Recommend moving to deck 9 or 10.  Read entire member review.
1605
1605. Great balcony was deeper/longer then normal.. room under bed for luggage. Left some clothes in luggage due to lack of storage space. Storage above bed in cabinets. Drawers and closet small. Location was great as far as aft elevators. Able to get to deck 14 or 5 quickly. Took stairs up to Ocean View/pool area most often. Very quiet from hall way. Heard high heels a few time from pool deck.  Read entire member review.
1610
Room 1610. Standard Aquaclass cabin with extended balcony on the Starboard side looking forward. Bathroom layout best in industry for a standard room. Shower with special shower heads terrific. Plenty of storage, flat panel TVs and great bed.  Read entire member review.
1623
1623 is in a quiet location, near the elevators. Nothing noisy above or below  Read entire member review.
1630
Fairly quiet cabin under cabins on deck 12. About six cabins aft of the elevator area. Steward closet is across from 1632 and we occasionally heard some noise about 6AM. Although you could faintly hear entertainers from deck 3 in the hallway, you could not hear them in the room. Access through the balcony partition to 1628 is easy, but access through the partition to 1632 is very restricted by the strut going up to deck 14. We enjoyed the large overhang as it kept the rain and sun off our veranda. Directly above the gap between lifeboats 15 and 17.  Read entire member review.
1640

Balcony room 1640 on the 11th floor was quiet and the bathroom seemed spacious compared to the other ships we have cruised. The balcony had a nice table and chairs with foot stools. Not a huge amount of storage space, but we were able to slide our travel bags under the bed, which worked out really well. The TV remote had a piece of cardboard and tape holding the batteries in place, kind of tacky for what I paid for this room. We paid for an Aqua class room for the benefits listed, however several of the benefits were only provided after we asked our stateroom attendant to provide them?? The stateroom attendant service was excellent, and was provided twice a day. Additional room service requests were handled very promptly.

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1648

The staterooms on the Solstice class ships are designed really well. They seem spacious even though you know they are half the size of a typical hotel room. The decor is clean and elegant with granite tops and blonde wood. Lots of storage, including a large cabinet above the bed.
The bed is very comfortable and has a memory foam topper.

While the cabins do not have connecting doors, you can have the staff open the glass divider on the balcony so there is private access between the two rooms. On deck 11, this works as long as the cabin doors are right next to each other since angled support beams are placed every two cabins.

The bathroom is the highlight of the stateroom. The shower is roomy and in Aqua class there are additional body sprays along with the handheld shower head. The tall cabinet and several drawers provide a lot of storage places for toiletries. The only complaint is that the sink faucet is large like a kitchen faucet and gets in the way. Though we were able to push it back toward the mirror. Another issue is that the shower stack is hollow so you can't put anything on top without risking that it will fall inside and you will not be blue to retrieve it. We learned this lesson on the Equinox so I make sure to spread the word (the Equinox staff actually retrieved an item for us, given the boarding issues on our sailing, I don't expect that the Solstice crew would have done the same).

I do like that they provide Qtips and cotton balls, as well as very pleasant soap, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lip balm and lotion.

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1660

Aqua Class Cabin 1660. Aft Starboard. Extremely quite and no hallway/elevator traffic. No complaints whatsoever.

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1661

I think for the money that the aqua suite is too small.

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None
Had a cabin on deck 11. The overhang spoiled the view in places like Milford Sound but overall it was a nice cabin with only occasional noise from the pool deck above.  Read entire member review.
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1538
1563
1652
disappointed by ninetotwenty
6172
Awesome Alaska!! by Ahoy_M8EE
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