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Celebrity Eclipse Cabin Reviews - Deluxe Ocean View W/Veranda

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Deluxe Ocean View W/Veranda Cabins 69 Reviews
Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area with sofa, 32 inch LCD TV, wireless connection, two beds convertible to queen size, vanity, bath with shower stall and washbasin, additionally, suite veranda features lounge seating. Some cabins may have a trundle bed.
    
Deluxe Ocean View W/Veranda (2B)
Deluxe Ocean View W/Veranda (2B)


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1712
My cabin aboard Celebrity Ellipse was the best I have had on any ship I have cruised. It had plenty of storage space, the balcony was larger than any other ship I have cruised, and the shower stall was huge! Loved the cabin!  Read entire member review.
6123
Our stateroom, #6123 (2B Deluxe Ocean View w/ Veranda), appeared longer and narrower than similar staterooms we'd had on Millennium-class ships, and with less storage space. While nicely appointed and certainly adequate for two people, it was nearly impassable at night when the trundle bed and couch were prepared for our sons. This had not been a problem on our previous two family trips.  Read entire member review.
6134
No problems at all, excellent stateroom attendant.  Read entire member review.
6141
Super Celebrity by Gillyflower
Cabin 6141 is a disabled cabin. Good position, quiet and very fit for purpose.  Read entire member review.
6197
Great bathroom and roomy shower. Bigger than normal balcony. Nice tv and great bed. A little short on the drawer space, but there was a great space above the bed for all my clothes. We'd do this room again, no problem.  Read entire member review.
6198
We booked a balcony cabin as my dad smokes, but you are not allowed to smoke on Balconies so it was a waste of money  Read entire member review.
6218
We were mid ships and quite enjoyed the fact that you were close to most things you were going to. The room was large enough and liked the washroom/shower area better than other ships. We found that storage was adequate but wondered why there was no drawers for clothing etc. under the bed.  Read entire member review.
6220
The cabin was in an ideal location with excellent view from the balcony, which we used a lot. Elevators and the Internet room were close by. The spout o the wash basin tap sticks too far outPoor design.  Read entire member review.
6221
Room 6221 is well located about mid ship. While we were across form the elevators the wall between us and the elevators kept noise from being a problem. For the computer nerds our room was right across the hall rom the ship's I room with the computer stuff for people who want to check their email at midnight. Amazingly, I saw people going in there at that hour.  Read entire member review.
6223

cabin was very quiet and comfortable, with a large comfy bed and a sofa and tv. The bathroom was roomy with plenty of storage for our toiletries. I particularly liked the shower cubicle, it had a bar to put your feet on for leg shaving/washing, a very good idea. I did not like the complimentary toiletries, but I suppose that is my personal choice, so used my own. The balcony was quite big enough for the two of us and we thoroughly enjoyed sitting out watching the world go by and we even saw some dolphins.

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6229
Great location, just outside the elevators. Sometimes you can hear the elevators ding, but it never bothered me. Bed is nearest to the bathroom.  Read entire member review.
6288
Very nice touches in our stateroom - well planned accommodation with a glass fronted veranda and a beautiful and well equipped bathroom. Plenty of storage space. Tea and coffee making facilities a good idea - saved trips to the cafe for drinks. Supplies of coffee, tea and milk replenished twice daily. The hallway did sometimes get quite noisy but there were quite a few children on board and some of them delighted in running up and down the halls laughing and screaming, but they must have been 'letting off steam' and it never got too bad to complain about it. Only a couple of minor points - it would have been a lovely touch to have shower creme including in the bathroom whilst the tea/coffee facilities were useful, the tray tended to be in the way and we found ourselves moving it around the stateroom so we could use the space where it belonged for other things eg hair drying, make-up, writing etc  Read entire member review.
6295
What a fabulous experience by Patricia Roche
Great balcony, beautiful stateroom, loads of room. Wonderful  Read entire member review.
7127
Quiet Location.. Part of an overhang is visible and blocks the view down .. Excellent storage..far enough away from the forward elevators to prevent noise.  Read entire member review.
7131
Our cabin was ready by 1pm and a couple of our bags were already outside the door by the time we arrived. The sofa bed also had a trundle bed underneath it but we selected a cabin with an upper berth and our steward checked with us on the first day which configuration we preferred. He agreed that the trundle bed is not as good as it blocks access to the balcony. The cabin was very spacious for a basic cabin and was much larger than a standard cabin on P&O however it didn't have as much drawer space despite the size of the cabin. There were just five drawers, the bottom three were deeper than the top two, plus a narrow drawer where the hairdryer was stored under the vanity unit. In addition, above the bed there were two large overhead storage units which were extremely useful for storing clothes and made up for the lack of drawer space. The wardrobe had two separate additional rungs that folded down to give two level hanging if required. I brought little hangers for my children's clothes and it really helped with the limited drawer space available. We also asked for loads more hangers and our steward provided us with metal ones which were perfect as they took up less space than the bulky wooden ones in the cabin. Prior to sailing, I was really concerned that a two door wardrobe wouldn't be enough space for everything but with extra hangers there was no problem. I removed the bulky dressing gowns from the wardrobe and hung them in the bathroom as I think that extra space really helped us! We asked our cabin steward to empty the fridge on the first day so we could use it for our own drinks. The fridge was a good size and easily held the 3 litre wine box we brought on board and the cans and bottles of water than we got from the bars on the way back to the cabin. We also had a kettle as we were sailing out of Southampton so we stored a carton of milk from room service in the fridge to make cups of tea and coffee during the day rather than drinking the UHT milk provided. The bathroom was very spacious and had the best storage space of any bathroom we have had on a cruise including the mini-suite on Crown Princess. The shower was a generous size and had sliding doors. Although there was no washing line there were two spigots (knobs) in the shower plus two more on the door. Celebrity provided soap, lemongrass moisture lotion, lemongrass conditioning cream and lemongrass hydrating shampoo. There were also cotton buds, cotton wool balls and tissues in the bathroom. There was no shower gel provided. The lighting in the cabin was good and the upper bunk had its own light in the ceiling. The bedside lights were both extremely bright and couldn't be dimmed so you couldn't really read in bed without disturbing the rest of the cabin. The main lights could be dimmed and even when the bathroom light was turned off there was still a dim light so you could see. This was particularly useful to us as our son was not in total darkness to get down from his bunk bed in the middle of the night. There were three power sockets, two US and one European (for the hairdryer and kettle provided). We actually brought a four bar extension lead with us as we had so many things to put on charge at night and this worked really well. The safe had a combination lock and was the largest one we have seen on any cruise line due to its depth, so we were able to put a 13 inch laptop inside and it would also comfortably take an ipad. The cabin had an interactive 21 inch Samsung flat screen TV. You can use your television to book shore excursions, check your on board account, order room service and watch television. We enjoyed watching the GPS map which showed the location of the ship. We were not able to view our photographs on the television however, and the photographers confirmed that Celebrity have currently withdrawn this facility on Eclipse. The balcony was spacious with clear glass and a wooden rail. The balcony floor was wooden and the furniture had a metal frame with a wooden top. The two seats reclined in three different positions. We were able to get additional seating for our children but surprisingly there was no outside light for the balcony. We were really pleased with the cabin and didn't feel at all crowded even though there were four of us in one cabin. There was a huge amount of space under the bed for our suitcases. The life jackets were also stored under the bed in a basket so if you don't want to use the over head storage you could always put the life jackets up there and use the basket under the bed to store clothes.  Read entire member review.
7132
The cabin was very quiet. The ventilation system worked really well. On windy sea days the balcony received a tremendous amount of sea spray that rendered it unusable unless you enjoy being covered in salty sea spray. Once the wind calms down, the balcony could be used for rest and relaxation as advertised. The room has ample size and storage space for two people. The safe is large enough to handle most valuable items. If I had taken my old laptop, it would have fit in the safe with no problem. The one thing that really sticks out in my mind is the size of the bathroom shower. The increased size is really a plus. This is a forward cabin, in rough seas I only felt the heavy rock and roll a few times. It is a long distance from the elevators and the eating venues. But it helps you walk off some of the delicious food.  Read entire member review.
7139

Accessible balcony cabins on Eclipse are spacious and well equipped, but they do need extra drawer storage.

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7141
7141 is wheelchair friendly lovely shower room clean and spacious. but please when three people order a stateroom offer either a double bed and a proper single bed not the sofa put u up! We did get three single beds after saying the sofa bed was not right for us or daughter it was too low. what great service they attended to this problem in minutes well done Jose. love the private balcony there was often not room on deck 14 for sunbathing so this was great addition. love the chocolate on our pillow every night clean towels too. think the water far too expensive especially as we have tea making items in room.  Read entire member review.
7155
Two weeks of heaven by Lesley Wheeler
Luxurious, clean, good size with balcony, near to lift/elevator but quiet. Well designed bathroom.  Read entire member review.
7207
Med Cruise by MelvynG
Near elevators. Not enough drawers. Quiet location.  Read entire member review.
7214
Cabin 7214, mid ship, veranda suite with no restricted view, however view forward impacted by cabins forward protruding to the side of the ship. Good space, bathroom good size and shower very roomy and always good pressure, hot water. Cabin was silent not rattles, rumbles or shudders.  Read entire member review.
7226
We had 7226 and 7228. Great cabins, roughly midway between the two main elevator banks. These are connecting cabins - the main double door is closed and the two individual cabin doors are left open, creating a small foyer area connecting the two spaces. The verandas can be connected as well - just ask the stateroom attendant to open the glass partition. No issues with anything in the cabins. 7228 includes a pull-out bed under the sofa (we didn't use it). No noise issues except occasional "kids running around" noise from above or below, and noise from adjacent verandas.  Read entire member review.
7229
7229 Large Stateroom, Good Bathroom, Good Balcony. Easy access to lifts with not a lot of passing traffic. Huge Bed  Read entire member review.
7233
Our stateroom No: 7233 was perectly positioned in the "bubble", fairly central and close to elevators. Although perhaps a bit larger than balcony cabins on other Celebrity and RCI ships we have sailed with distnctly larger bathrooms, we found that storgae space seemed to be even more limited than on other ships. The flat screen TV also could be better positioned to enable easier viewing while in bed. Only disconcering aspect was that our stateroom (on deck 7) was positioned directly above one of the outdoor smoking stations on deck 5 which was often crowded with chain smokers so we regularly had to put up with cigarette, cigar and pipe smoke wafting up to our balcony, serously diminishing our enjoyment of the balcony facility.  Read entire member review.
7236
Eclipse stateroom 7236 Very comfortable. Typical room. Good position on ship. Our veranda looked over the lifeboats but they did not interfere with our view. We had no noise issues. The floor stayed damp in front of the veranda doors but did not smell.  Read entire member review.
7250
View down from balcony obstructed by lifeboat....view out, forward was fine....view aft obstructed by 'hump' however nice sheltered balcony with sunshine!! No washing line in shower...fixed tap over washbasin causes problems when wanting to splash water on face. Otherwise bathroom superb! More drawer space would be nice...not enough for 14 night cruise ...OK for shorter cruises.  Read entire member review.
7275
Nicely decorated Life boats visible from balcony Lacks storage space, no shelves, small closet. Great bathroom, large shower and lots of storage. Good sized flat screen TV Phone with a clock  Read entire member review.
7277
We found the cabin extremely comfortable and quite big enough. With the large locker over the bed, plus the drawers and wardrobe, there was plenty of storage for clothes. The 32" TV had a connection for HDMI cable and I could have connected my camera to it to view pictures taken (about 1100 altogether!). There's a 220V socket in the bathroom and one in the cabin so bring 2 adaptors. The bathroom was a good size with more storage space than we have had in many hotels.  Read entire member review.
7314
Two weeks of heaven by happyhols
cabin 7314 excellent view, plenty of space, quiet location  Read entire member review.
7330
7330 Bed by balcony great location quiet  Read entire member review.
8132
Eclipse absolutely unbeatable by Bank Top Cruisers
Faultless Balcony Cabin  Read entire member review.
8137
Veranda. Very clean and nice. Plenty of room to walk around . Great spacious bathrooms.  Read entire member review.
8265
Nice cabin 8265 which we will book again because of the great location. There isn't much difference in the cabins overall other than veranda or no veranda, inside or outside. It was spacious enough for us, I wouldn't want to have a third person in there. The storage was adequate, bathroom okay, veranda was nice. It was quiet. We never heard any noise except when we were out on the veranda where we could hear the people next door. Just normal conversation, no problem.  Read entire member review.
9139
Quiet location. Bed near shower room. Regular size balcony from which you can see the port side part of the bridge that juts out. Very convenient for Aqua spa, gym and theatre, just a short walk to the lifts.  Read entire member review.
9236

9236 is amidships on the 9th deck. With a 2 metre swell we felt virtually nothing in terms of ship movement. We were told that we would have felt even less on say the 7th deck. Everything worked, and was big enough for the two of us. There was no feeling of being in a cramped space even though you knew that you are, a bit! The space was as expected, comfortable and good view from the balcony. The bed was most comfortable.

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None
Baltic - Baltic - Baltic! by cruisin' johnny
Not any different from any other cruise ship cabin that we have experienced with Holland America or Royal Caribbean. Our neighbors, a mother and daughter, had a couple of late night "cat fights." We heard every word!  Read entire member review.
None
Our Cabin 8288 which was a on the starboard side very spacious with lots of room to store our clothes we were able to fit our huge suitcases under the bed . It is real close to the elevators and was very quiet. Spent time on the balcony, my favorite time is the spectacular Caribbean Sun rise and Sun set during the Sea days of the cruise. The balcony was also my private study room  Read entire member review.
None
Leaving Heathrow whereby there is limited luggage allowance - we managed to pack all the luggage we needed. So to us the deluxe balcony we had suited us. Had we been leaving from Southampton, it's possible the cabin would not have been large enough, seeing you can take more luggage leaving from this port  Read entire member review.
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