Very small after our usual Junior Suite preference on Royal Caribbean, but Celebrity doesn't have Junior Suites. We had about a ten-inch step into the bathroom. The bed was so short, my husband's feet stuck off the end of the bed, and the safe was up on a top shelf, so high I couldn't get my hand all the way inside of it. If they weren't selling this ship, we wouldn't book this category again. We had a narrow sofa and a desk chair. We couldn't access the balcony w/o moving either a chair or the table. On the bright side, I COULD see out the balcony from the sofa. Something we couldn't do with our Sky Suite on Century last year. The desk was small too. One set of outlets w/ disabled European Plug on the desk, and another outlet in the shelves above the mini-fridge. Read entire member review >>
Overall, cabin was in a good location. The bed was advertised as having a premium mattress and a choice of pillows, but mattress was not top quality and pretty thin. We were to have a pillow menu but never saw one. Pillows were really soft and small.
Closets were ample as well as drawers for clothes.
Balcony chairs should be a little better quality for concierge levels and above. It was hard to sit in chair with metal bar cutting circulation off in your legs. Read entire member review >>
Terrible cabin, cigarette smoke filtered in from air system throughout 9 day trip. Apparently could not be fixed. Hall is stale. Room is small, but adequate for only two. Good shower, nice toiletries. It says concierge on door, but didn't see any evidence of it. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 1111 balcony stateroom. For 2 guests, it would be spacious enough, but for 3, not at all. Our agent had assured us a family unit, didn't happen. The room was however well appointed and the bathroom also, spacious shower. The carpet is dated and so it the patio furniture, but this did not influence our cruise experience. We loved the Century. We hoped they do not retrofit it too much as we love the warm dark wood colors, especially the dining room. My ONLY negative point was that the windows in the dining room and the Hemisphere lounge were dirty and difficult to clearly see through. Otherwise, we loved this cruise and ship. We love the smaller ships, always. Thank you.
PS Noel, our attendant was fabulous. Read entire member review >>
This was a very good cabin, and in a quiet area of the ship. easy access to the Island Cafe, Gym and Spa. Balcony view was great especially at the Hubbard Glacier, would recommend it. Read entire member review >>
We thought the cabin was beautiful. We loved the size of the bathroom and the shower. The location on the ship was perfect, close to elevators (9175). Nice flat screen tv that worked well. The balcony-was small but a perfect size for the table and 2 chairs. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 1024 and everything was fine, the steward was always ready for anything we asked for.
The veranda was perfect for a great breakfast or observing all around us whether at sea or in port Read entire member review >>
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