Huge, with a wonderful view. There was some soot and dust over the course of the cruise but nothing that took away our enjoyment of the cabin. Bathroom was wonderfully designed, and aesthetically very pleasing. Room decor might be a little dated but it was still classy. Butler's pantry with the full-size fridge was wonderful and kept well-stocked at all times. Being in the aft section, we could feel the movement more than usual on rough days (we were told this was also because the Constellation is a relatively smaller ship). Because of this, we moved our booking on the Reflection from a corner aft S1 to a CS on the hump. We would stay here again but might consider a RS instead as that is closer to the mid-section of the ship and DH gets sea sick easily. If the PS were on the hump (which would take away some of the fantastic view), we would definitely be booking it again. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was as expected. It was clean and compact but with enough storage room for all our needs. It was cleaned in the am and there was turn down service in the pm. The balcony chairs were comfortable, with several back positions available. The shower was small but it's a ship! There was lots of storage in the bathroom. All in all a very nice cabin Read entire member review >>
Extraordinary! a dream come true to stay in this fabulous cabin. Boasts over 1400 square feet with a brilliant 1,000 sq ft aft balcony (you share the back half of the ship with the other PH). Loads of storage space, so much so - I would put something away and it would take 20 minutes to locate it. The room was stellar and truly a dream to have for 10 nights.
The room has a large living room (dining room table that seats 8), a baby grand piano, large living room, separate Master Bedroom and Bathroom, Vanity Dressing area, a guest toilet/shower, butler’s pantry will full-sized fridge that is stocked to your choosing and is no-charge. Jacuzzi in the Master Bath and Jacuzzi on the Deck. We used both! Read entire member review >>
Fabulous suite and balcony. There is no longer a music system which was a disappointment. We would have taken our own Bose Blutooth if we had of known. Connecting handle to sky suite was hanging off. Make sure you get instructions for using the jacuzzi in the bathroom, took us ages to figure it out but then we also couldn't see the controls as we left our glasses somewhere.I believe the M Class PH Suites are the best at sea. Read entire member review >>
We have stayed in several exclusive suites before on cruise lines and I was a little disappointed that they did not have any type of priority embarkation or debarkation. I know that may sound a little snooty but there are definite perks to some of the nicer rooms on ships. I also didn't feel that the butler was fit for taking care of the room that he did. Again, it may sound snooty, but there is a service level you come to expect. I think the annoyance for me was that we had been on far less expensive cruises that the level of service was higher. The suite design though was great. We had two small children and it was very conducive to our setup. The kitchen/butler area was great. The room needed a little TLC though. The decorating accessories had been hot glued to the cabinets to keep them from rolling around, very tacky. The woodwork and upholstery was very worn. The deck was so amazing and absolutely huge. There did seem to be a sewer smell at the entry of the room as I think there is a mechanical closet right in front of the room (or a really stinky neighbor). Overall we were pleased with the room and it fit our needs. Read entire member review >>
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