Bedroom features two beds convertible to queen size, 40 inch LCD TV, vanity, walk in closet, dual access bath with shower/tub combination and washbasin. Additionally, suite veranda features lounge seating.
A large stateroom with a separate bedroom. Bathroom had two doors, one out to hallway and another adjoining the bedroom. Closet was wonderful!!!!! large balcony with a lounge chair and table and chairs. Furniture is in desperate need of TLC. Cushions were awful. Large sectional sofa and two big tv's. Enjoyable room for 11 night cruise. Read entire member review >>
I like the room as it has a huge balcony and separate bedroom. That said the bathroom is tiny and little to no storage or counter space. We visited a Sky Suite and the bathroom was much larger. Also, this enormous "hump" balcony only has a small table with two chairs and one lounger. Now they know there will be two in the room, why not two loungers. there was plenty of room. The room comes with a butler and we did utilize him for breakfast almost every morning. Location is great as you are behind a sliding door and very private. One issue is that the Attendant Area is right outside the door and as they were preparing the carts etc... in the morning there was noise. Read entire member review >>
This cabin was centrally located on the hump. It was very quiet although I had my concerns since it was off the Library which had an extra door to the hallway. The CS category has a separate bedroom from the living area which allows for more privacy. The veranda is larger and quite comfortable as the chaise lounge allowed me to rest and take a quick nap with a beautiful view of the water. A plus to this category is the large walk-in closet. My SIL was next door in CS #1237 and that cabin seemed to have more warmth. Read entire member review >>
Celebrity Suites comprised of a Living room, Bedroom, Bathroom with a Bathtub, a Walk in wardrobe, a balcony with a lounger and seating. On arrival you get a champagne bottle ready for you with complimentary goodies (there were many, see below). You get 1 butler and 1 stateroom attendant who will look after everything you need, from spa bookings to table reservations and event bookings. The Best part- the complimentary coupons you receive if you are a member of Captain's Club (we were automatically signed up as we booked online). Each person got many coupons -- Complimentary Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Gelato from Gelataria etc., Casino credit (we won $120 using these only). There is plenty of space for clothing, separate cabinet for shoes, Suitcase storage (Your butler will store these away for you), 2 LED TVs (one in bedroom and one in living room), Bathroom was pretty spacious and breathable as compared to some other cruises, they provided Bulgari toiletries. Fruits and Snacks are provided everyday in your room with high tea. We were lucky to have Felix as our butler who was very helpful. Since we were teens and needed every now and then and he still wouldn't get irritated and always looked happy and eager to help.We even met him outside the cruise and he still greeted us warmly and made sure we were having a good time. Our stateroom attendant was Baso, who was very lively and welcoming and made sure all our needs with regards to the suite were provided. He was very friendly and would always greet us with a smile and made sure we had a good laugh whenever he spoke to us. Read entire member review >>
Wonderful cabin with private bedroom and very large balcony. Loved the two large flat screen TVs. Plenty of storage and closet space and fantastic location on the ship. Close to everything and center ship in case of rough seas.
Found the controls on the shower to be confusing and not practical.Additional electric outlets would be nice. Read entire member review >>
1615 is one of the best Celebrity Suites, since the balcony is angled up to the Penthouse suite and therefore HUGE. We were very close to the aft elevators, yet it was a quiet area. The walk-in closet, along with the front hall closet means you could probably pack for a month and not be pressed for room. We did not even use half of the provided space!
The split of the living room and bedroom is very nice, because both areas have their own tv and since I wake up earlier than my husband, I could close the bedroom door and sit and watch tv in the living room without disturbing him.
Just a beautiful cabin with a super butler. Can't say a bad thing about it! Read entire member review >>
Celebrity Suite on Deck 10 - Stunning! large deck, separate bedroom with own TV, corner lounge suite, with huge interactive TV, shower over bath, ample storage, in room safe, fridge. Good location, and very quiet. Read entire member review >>
We were in 1615, a very nice Celebrity Suite. It is at the rear of "the hump" so the balcony is quite large and angled. The seating area is very nice with a sectional, pull-out sofa, large, square coffee table, and two additional chairs. The TV in the living room is huge. There is also a small area with a chair and desk, perfect for our laptop and other electronics. The small bedroom contains a large, comfy bed, two night stands with three drawers each, and a long, thin closet with 6 or 7 small shelves. The walk-in closet is very spacious with lots of hangars and a large chest of drawers. This storage space is in addition to another closet at the entryway of the suite. There is more than enough storage space for at least 3 people. I found the bathroom to be very small in comparison to other ships we've been on. But the shower is awesome, with a large showerhead coming out of the ceiling.
The perks for this category of cabin are nice. Our butler, Arles, was great. He was there when we needed him, but not in any way obtrusive. He arranged a small get-together for us in our room and delivered snacks to us on a daily basis. In addition, we were given access to the Captain's Club lounge and a sheet of coupons for all kinds of things (laundry, free internet, etc). Read entire member review >>
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