AquaClass Veranda staterooms feature floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, a sitting area with sofa, two beds convertible to queen, vanity, bath with shower and Hansgrohe shower panel, television, veranda, and a private mini-bar. AquaClass guests also receive complimentary access to the Persian Garden and Relaxation Room, exclusive access to Blu, an upgraded room service menu, a personal spa concierge, and a daily delivery of bottled water and tea.
Aqua Class handicap cabin 1524 on deck 11 was absolutely wonderful. It was large, clean and well designed. It was so quite that we didn't even know that we had someone staying on each side of us and above us. We never heard them once! The cabin is located about 3 cabins from the elevator. Our cabin attendants Kate and Ramon were terrific. We loved the cabin so much that while on the cruise we booked a 16 night transatlantic cruise on the Reflection in the same cabin. It was that good!
Lots of space and a cool verandah. We had our daughter and husband next door, so we had them remove the panel between verandahs so we could all have our evening drink together out there. The bathroom is amazingly efficient. Shower head in Aqua Class is grand. Bed is very comfortable and service outstanding.
Great location midship on deck 11. Close to elevators and quiet. Never heard our neighbors. Extra large balcony with comfortable chairs. Enjoyed the extra jets in the shower. Also enjoyed the bottle of champagne waiting for us when we reached our cabin on the first day. The complimentary bottled water, fruit, and daily canapés was a nice touch.
We found this cabin to be very quiet despite often seeing a service cart parked just outside. The balcony is one of the angled ones on the hump. It is large. Large enough that we were able to remain out on the balcony during a torrential downpour that had a good 5 feet of the balcony soaked. We simply moved the chairs and footstools back towards the sliding glass door and we remained dry and comfortable. This cabin is very close to the mid-ship elevators and stairs.
Our room was located AFT ship. Upon embarkation we had to request that the dirty handprints get wiped off the closet and door, and the glass balcony door get cleaned. which was addressed immediately. This room is located far from the elevator, so if you have anyone with mobility issues, I would pass on this location. Our room attendants Marta and Sam were great and were able to keep our rooms in tip top shape without being intrusive. Perks..., Embarkation Sparkling Wine, umbrellas, binoculars, the nice shower head and evening canapés (pretty unimpressive-olives and hummus)-which you probably receive in Concierge class. Things that are gone,,,chocolates on pillow, fresh flowers and the nice smelling bath products..the new ones are very bland.
very small cabin, close to the spa which was nice, noise above from the pool deck, very uncomfortable bed, a table in the middle of the room that kneecapped you whenever you walked past. Very disappointing
Storage above bed is not awkward to get to, and lots of it, which is good, as drawers didn't fit all of out stuff but we packed too much. Bathroom was awesome, that fancy shower is amazing. Sliding doors were very sound proof when needed. Plenty of closet space and floor space. Bottled water and iced tea delivered daily, canapes every afternoon, and bed was turned up and down daily. No plugs close to the bed though, only one by the vanity mirror. Our neighbor had a sleep machine, however the staff provided an extension cord, so no bid deal. Room serviced had breakfast delivered on time every day. We did have robes, but no slippers. We asked our attendant Edwin, and he said they ran out. But did manage to find us a couple of pairs. All in all, lives up to the hype. Oh, and the Persian Garden, wow!
Last of the forward facing A1 AQ cabins on the port-side hump. Located mid-ship, right my the mid-ship elevators. This location can't be beat, plus due to the angle of the hump, the balcony is 14 feet from door to rail on one side, and 12 feet on the other, so its 3X as big as a normal balcony. Bed near the balcony. The room steward also takes care of the suites immediately aft of this cabin, so they are generally the most experienced and Sherwin and his assistant David were both terrific! I posted a video tour of this cabin on You Tube...just search "Aqua Class Cabin 2153-Celebrity Reflection" and you will find it.
Celebrity Reflection cabin 2153 with largest hump balcony. Bed was near the window. Storage was a bit less on this ship. We had the same location on the Eclipse and compared photos of both cabins. The Reflection had 3 drawers in the room while the Eclipse had 5. The Reflection did not have shelves on the end of the desk while the Eclipse did. Read entire member review.
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