Concierge Class 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 head, television, and a veranda.
Room number 2214 is the room that we were in on this trip. The room is located on the top passenger deck in a C1 category and although not huge, is great for two people. This room has a very comfortable King Size bed that offers a great view from the back of the ship as the room is located in the dead center of the back of the ship. There are only two C1 categories on this deck so be sure to book your cruise early if you want this room.
The nice thing about the balcony on this room and all of the other rooms that are on deck 12 at the back all have any overhanging deck from a restaurant above that covers the entire top of the balcony. That way if is is too hot or if it is raining, you can still be sheltered from the elements yet enjoy the balcony. It was great every morning by ordering room service and eating breakfast from a completely unobstructed ocean view that extended for almost 180 deg.
This room can be a little noisy in the morning as you can hear people dragging chairs above. The view completely makes up for this minor inconvenience.
Although there is no bathtub, the Handsgrove shower head makes up for no tub.
Other than hearing some noise occasionally from the restaurant deck above, there are no noises from anyone in any of the other cabins and the ride is very smooth ... even in slightly rough waters. If you cannot get this specific room, any of the rooms on deck 12 would be recommended. The nice thing is that you do not have people looking down upon you. Read entire member review.
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