We had an oceanview stateroom which was ok. Excellent storage space. I'm not fond of being down a long, narrow hallway but you get used to it. On anything other than an Alaskan cruise, would want a verandah. Read entire member review >>
We were very impressed with the cabin compared to other ships we had recently sailed on. The large bed had night stands on each side with adequate reading lamps and two drawers. The vanity had six good sized drawers and one of the three closets had three additional drawers and several shelves. There was enough room on each side of the bed to enter and leave. There was a flat screen TV and frig. Celebrity is known for its large showers and the one in this bath was more than adequate. It is approximately twice the size found on most other ships. There was more than enough shelf space in the bathroom for personal items needed by two people.
The cabin, (8014) on Panorama Deck, was located above the Celebrity Theater, but we were not bothered by show noise from below. We were asleep by 9 PM on most nights even though the second show of the evening was going on just below us. Some cabins located at the front of the ship will hear the waves banging against the bow, but this only happened a few times and was not bothersome. The only thing I don't like about the cabin configuration is having the head of the bead against the window. To look out, one must climb on top of the bed. This is not the best situation. Read entire member review >>
Right near employee door-loud next door and under us
Good location on opposite side from food level allowing us to walk off our meals.
Closets: Tons of space
Ocean View: Great view
There's no room in the cabins as it is and they put a table and chair in there-
Grrr! Read entire member review >>
This cabin was fine. Ocean view cabins on the upper decks have over sized windows. While average in size, there was an abundance of storage and closet space. The cabin is well laid out in that regard. The water pressure in the shower was fantastic. One note, this cabin is a quad with two Pullman beds on the sides of the walls. These beds encroach on the space between the bed and the wall and make walking along side of the bed very tight. Additionally, if the room was used as a quad, I imagine people sleeping in the lower bed might feel a little claustrophobic. Read entire member review >>
Our room seemed a little bigger than the other rooms that I saw on the boat. The beds were comfy the Flat screen was a little larger than the ones ive seen before. It is right by the elevator which iwas nice. I did hear noise from time to time as my room was beneath the dining hall. Read entire member review >>