Queen size tranquility bed that converts to two twins with 1000-thread-count linens, private teak veranda, oversized marble and granite bath with full size tub and shower, vanity desk, spacious plush seating area with breakfast table, mini-bar with unlimited soft drinks and bottled water, shower with Grohe handheld shower head, safe, LCD flat-screen TV, hair dryer, phone, 110/220 volt outlets.
A great cabin overall. Niggles would be a closet with a light inside, with sliding doors that would not stay shut unless you stuffed something between the doors. Balcony seemed small relative to the inside space of the cabin. Nice to have the laptop computer provided in the room, but the Internet was way too expensive.
Our cabin was located directly across from the guest self service laundry and just a couple of doors from the concierge lounge. The bathroom had granite countertops and floors, the bath tub was large and the separate shower had a regular hand held shower head as well as a rain water head mounted on the ceiling. Towels were plentiful and they were very plush and absorbent. Nice thick bath mat. Have to be careful not to put cosmetics in the cabinets near the vanity lights since it gets pretty hot there an can melt your lipsticks. There were lots of hangers, a robe and slippers and use of a cashmere lap blanket and umbrella. Concierge lounge had juice and coffee machine as well as soft drinks and yogurt to go with the small pastries and cookies available all day. There is a large screen TV and copies of newspapers that were downloaded via satellite.
Cabin 9054 Concierge Great position near enough to the lifts/stairs (but not noisy) and the concierge lounge and laundry room. Cabin was lovely, a good size with a nice balcony. Very nicely decorated with flat screen tv, good dressing table with lights round the mirror. Fab marble bathroom with separate bath and shower and lovely bulgari toiletries. Very comfortable bed.
We were in a concierge veranda cabin. I don’t know if it is because our last few cruises were in suites but the 282 sq ft cabin was smaller than expected. I also thought there was little storage space considering most itineraries are at least 10-nights. When we were on the Celebrity Solstice class ships, we stayed in Aqua Class and those cabins are smaller than Oceania (194 sq ft, veranda 54 sq ft). However, the way Celebrity designed their cabins, the Aqua Class cabin seemed bigger than Oceania’s concierge cabin. Celebrity also offered a lot more storage space than Oceania. Although I thought things were a little tight, it was fine for 10-nights. If we ever do more than 10-days, I’ll definitely consider at least a penthouse.
Very nice, but smallish. Drawers were small, but bath was nice with a shower and a bathtub which you could take a shower in too. Bath was a little darkish. Although we brought too much stuff, kind of hard to get to the closest. Nice to have a laundry on board.
We stayed on the concierge level; category A3. Our cabin was very nice with enough room and closet space with plenty of hangers but its not worth the extra cost and the concierge lounge is nothing special. We only received a form introduction letter from the concierge. If I didnt go to the lounge, I never would have seen him. We had a very nice bathroom with both a tub and a separate shower. The hair dryer was very cheap and didnt work well. It wouldnt plug into the bathroom outlet because of the outlet configuration. We had the same problem with other outlets when using my battery recharger. We were on the port (left) side which is the best side for viewing on this particular cruise especially when leaving Venice and arriving in Istanbul.