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Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area with sofa, two beds convertible to queen size, vanity, bath with shower stall and washbasin, 32 inch LCD TV, wireless connection. Additionally, suite veranda features lounge seating. Some cabins may have a trundle bed.

Concierge Class 2 (C2)
Decks: Deck 9 | Deck 10 | Deck 11 | Deck 12
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Cabin 1126
Cabin was a bit tight and tighter as we accumulated more souvenirs throughout the trip and then the sofa was full of stuff, so you really have to be neat. But there is room for all your clothes. Bed was extremely comfortable, bathroom was surprisingly adequate and had room for all your stuff. Don't really understand what I got from being in Concierge class besides some little dinky appetizers in my room everyday. Maybe upscale bedding?
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Cabin 2142
The cabin is situated on deck 12 at the far end of the corridor which may be a problem if there are mobility issues. The cabin itself is of a decent size but you have to be fairly organised to make the most of the space. There are a few drawers below the TV, a decent sized wardrobe and two cupboards, oddly placed over the bed. Speaking of which, I slept soundly on a lovely cushioned mattress with two decent pillows. There are also several other scatter cushions which seem a little superflous as does the coffee table. A space this small does not need a coffee table! There is a small fridge with mini bar but (to the outrage of this Brit) no kettle! I did ask the cabin steward but he didn't seem very interested and suggested that I phone housekeeping. Then I discovered Cafe el Bacio on deck 5 and the need for a kettle dissolved! The bathroom has sink, toilet and a shower which seemed slightly more generous than those on Royal Caribbean ships. Not a massive balcony but plenty of room for a couple of loungers and a table. Now for the negative bit! There did seem to be a great deal of noise coming from the deck directly above. This seemed to start around 4am/5am with the sound of chairs being scraped across the floor together with what appeared to be the crashing of heavy doors. if you are light sleeper, then take earplugs!
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Cabin 1659
Fantastic Cruise jackieenifer
Lovely cabin, very comfortable with unobstructed views and excellent service
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Cabin 1087
Elvis really did look after us. The cabin was lovely.
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Cabin 1070
Well laid out with plenty of storage space
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Gone downhill a bit Simplytrue
Quite nice although a bit cramped. Cheap furniture was quite a shock, especially as a drawer was falling apart. However it was very clean and nicely made up every day. Shower was ok but only had a fixed overhead shower head.
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Cabin 2144
Great cabin but not enough drawer space
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Cabin 1227
Nice cabin with balcony and more than ample storage! Baso and Kosimo were wonderful to us!
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Cabin 1245
Equinox Won Us Back teltrainer
Beautiful hump cabin facing aft. Huge balcony, nice table and chairs with footrests. Bed at balcony so we could enjoy first view of sea each day from our bed.
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Cabin 9231
Best Cruise Ever Spinneridol
Very well laid out. Great style. Good size bathroom. Fabulous balcony. Fabulous view. Quiet.
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Cabin 1108
We've been in suites before, so this long narrow cabin did seem a bit claustrophobic. The cabin is right next to some of the larger suites, and this means the balcony is easily 2x the size of a regular C2 balcony, so that is a big plus. Very convenient location right off the aft elevators and library, but no noise issues. Everything worked great, plenty of hot water, good lighting, TV was fine.
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Nice Concierge SR with Verandah. This class of ship has the best designed SR head I have seen. Excellent doors to the verandah that can slide and lock open to allow fresh air in the SR. Drawer space is limited.
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Cabin 9334
Furnishings are a little worn but acceptable. Room steward introduced himself and remembered our names. He is polite and keeps the fruit tray full and brings the afternoon canapes (even if we aren't in the room at the time). Room lighting could be better for night use - i.e. if one person gets up to read the lights are too bright and there is no light on the balcony. We've had intermittent problems with the toilet not flushing (we had this two months ago on the Reflection as well).
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So So krazy2621
Cabin was good. We had an obstructed balcony which was not as bad as I expected. I was surprised that the shower was not as clean as previously experienced, there was some mold in the corners and we had to ask for soap when we ran out.
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Cabin 9296
We had a Concierge Class C2 cabin, 9296. It's one of the "hump" cabins, starboard side on the back side of the hump, with an enormous fully-covered veranda. Bed is by the veranda, couch by the bathroom, bed faces aft. This was a fantastic cabin. Very quiet, easy access to public areas above and below (we used the aft stairs for access to everything) and we loved the extra space on the veranda and used it extensively. Celebrity's storage space is a little skimpy, with 4 standard drawers, 2 over-the-bed cabinets and a closet, but we typically pack light and had no trouble finding a spot for everything. The bathroom does have quite a few cubbies, some of them behind a glass door and some behind a wood cabinet door, plus a small pull-out drawer. Couch is also a sleeper but we didn't pull it out. TV would swing towards the bed for viewing, or we could sit on the couch. A small oval table is in front of the couch; we had a rose and 2 stems of alstroemeria the 2nd day through the 2nd-to-last day, when they mysteriously disappeared. We declined the "afternoon canapes" because we preferred to just get something ourselves if we were hungry (and they're not that great, honestly - it's 4 very small items, and a single shrimp or a tablespoon of hummus or a few olives really wasn't that appetizing.) We could have asked for something else but we just didn't need the extra food. Cabin attendant Nelson was friendly and very fast (with his assistant) to make up the cabin. We felt well cared for.
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Cabin 9362
We have had concierge class previously on the Constellation and found this cabin to no larger than standard balcony
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Cabin 9269
Nice Cruise CaliforniaDon
Cabin 9269 -- this was concierge level, which added very little. The evening canapes were fun, as was the welcome bottle of sparkling wine, but the canapes? I drop more food than that when I eat. Fun, and had to be requested daily, and tiny amounts of treat. The "Concierge level" was the cost penalty for a higher deck, which WAS worth the extra cost. I noticed that later in the year, in Europe, this cabin was not called Concierge. Still, we picked a cabin that was not near a "bump out" where people could look at you. Balcony was small, but had a roof and sides, so it was pretty private. My sister in law was on deck 7 and the lifeboats were part of the view. Deck 6 looked like a "no" choice in our case. If you care about your cabin (they likely are all fine) then 3 or more cabins away from a bump-out should do fine. Our hallway walk was longer than we usually select.
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Cabin 1657
This was a Concierge class C2 and the cabin was quite spacious - 182sq-ft. We enjoyed the sunshine everyday through veranda. The room service was a top-notch. However because we traveled in a period where the weather was a little bit cold some time particularly when the ship was at sea heading to Lisbon on Atlantic sea.
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Cabin 1091
Loved the location, central to everything, liked footstools, quiet, near library and elevators. Lots of storage...I'm an overpacker and other than needing extra hangers had more than enough room. No complaints
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Cabin 1067
Our cabin was very nice with a large leather sofa and good size bathroom and shower. The balcony was a good size with two reclining chairs and footstools and also a large round table. The location was good - close to the forward elevators and very quiet.
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Cabin 1023
Cabin 6204
The cabin was excellent. It took a bit to figure out unpacking, but there was ample room. The bathroom was very well designed and the cabin cleaning staff was great. The HVAC worked great. I needed an extension cord for my wife's CPAP machine and the staff brought it up right away. Zero deficiencies.
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Cabin 1122
Nearly all of the balcony staterooms on the Equinox are the same size and layout, with minor upscaling amenities for the more expensive cabins, such as Concierge and Aqua, but no extra space. Our Concierge stateroom had around 190 sq. ft. of space, plus a little over 50 sq. ft. of veranda. The cabin layout was thoughtfully planned, though there is hardly enough room between the end of the queen bed and the cabinets to walk through. The bathroom was small but adequate for our needs, with a glass-enclosed shower but no tub and only one washbasin. We enjoyed the balcony and usually had our breakfast served there. Furnishings were attractive and showed little wear and tear.
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Cabin 2112
Excellent cruise on Equinox stephenjbaxter@yahoo.com
Excellent everything we needed
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Cabin 1652
Very Pleased Firegerry
Plenty of room, adequate storage and a verandah that was perfect for relaxing as we left our various ports in the late afternoon.
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The cabin is well thought out and comfortable
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Cabin 1024
Cabin 1091


Concierge Class:
Loved the footstools and cabin locale, Deck 10, midship. 3 pieces of fruit, no flowers, one oreo type cookie on one night, no towel animals, daily canapes were fine….Need to order these the day before on form from room steward. No need to be in cabin to get delivered although it said that on the form.

Thick robes supplied.

Mattress and pillows were very comfortable although I did feel like I was falling into the crack between two mattresses at times.

Binoculars in cabin were useless. Umbrella in closet.

Room Steward was great – Allon, Deck 10.ough.


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Cabin 2106

Excellent location. No noise. Not a particularly sunny balcony because of the overhang but very large.


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Cabin 1174
Enjoyed Every Minute Shebeshekong

Standard balcony cabin was quiet and well looked after by attendant Jarot - thanks for the towel animals!


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Cabin 1108

The cabin met our expectations having been in Concierge class on previous cruises. What made this cabin nice was the extended outdoor deck that we had. Very Nice!!


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Cabin 1015

Quiet and great views, near perfect location


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Cabin 2144

2144 was a very nice cabin. However, we will choose a different location on our next cruise for two reasons. On deck 12, there is an deck above the balcony which extends out about 4 feet which seriously limits upward view. And, we were below one of the restaurants and there was some noise resulting from that. Not major complaints but just not something we would like to repeat.


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Cabin 2102

Great location! Concierge Class is far over rated and overpriced. Fresh daily flowers, had same flowers from day 1 to end. Fresh fruit daily, had three whole green apples, the same we had the day before. Evening canap's were a joke. Does manage even know what is served? 4 olives, 4 stale Doritos, a tablespoon of mystery dip, and an inch square cube of watermelon......EVERY NIGHT the same! Some famous shower head, my $30 Waterpix has more settings. We didn't have priority anything!


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Cabin 1651

The concierge cabin was as expected with plenty of wardrobe space but we could have used a bit more drawer space. The balcony was quite large with room for two loungers rather than just chairs. It was to the stern of the ship on deck 11 so had quite a long walk from the lifts. Very quiet.


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Cabin 2111
It's a Concierge class cabin on deck 12 with some extra perks such as canapes in the evening if requested, welcome champagne, priority embarkation/disembarkation among others. The cabin was pleasant, with an extra deep balcony as the cabin was on the side of the 'hump' angled out facing towards the back of the ship. If anyone wants a bright, sunny balcony, this is not for you. The overhang from the deck above projects outwards considerably which is good if it's raining, but does not allow for tanning. I had no problems with it though. I also heard some rumbling of carts being moved on the deck above - a minor inconvenience that did not happen frequently enough to bother me. There was enough closet space for two people's clothing. I liked the pull down rack built into the closet to place trousers... a space saver and kept the clothes organized. The bathroom was a bit tight, but no more so than other bathrooms on other ships. The bottles of lemongrass shampoo, conditioner and body wash was nice.
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Cabin 1012
Extremely quiet cabin; there was virtually no noise either above or below and rare sounds from hallway. It was comparable to a 4-5 star hotel. Spacious closets, bathroom, and balcony. Highly recommend.
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Cabin 2101
2101. Great location, much smaller balcony than expected - couldn't do room service breakfast, not enough room! Great attendant, Winston! Average storage, great bathroom, omfortable Ed. Very quiet room
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Cabin 1086
Perfect midship cabin. Our Concierge class room on Deck 10 was one deck below Aqua class on deck 11, so the "overhang" that plagues some of the Aqua cabins didn't bother us. Bed seemed extra-wide. Lots of storage in the room. Fresh flowers daily, including a rose in the bathroom. Never had an issue with noise from hallway; we noticed that crew parked their service carts further down the hallway near the cabins where the ship bulges out, so our part of the hallway was always clear and quite.
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Cabin 2102
Cabin #2102 - Resort Deck Excellent and convenient location. Great view from balcony as it is on a hump, so you can see from forward to aft. There is no cain or public area above, however, there was some noise from above when staff were cleaning the deck and loungers in the early hours. Some issue with noise from the sliding door that leads to the inside on deck above - purely a maintenance problem. NO noise from foot traffic outside the cabin despite the fact that the mid-ship elevators are right there.
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Cabin 1122
Great location, lovely size balcony, very quiet, bed by bathroom
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Cabin 1243
Cabin 1243 is really a great cabin. HUGH balcony which is protected from the wind and has a great view. It's very convenient to the elevators and a short walk to the library. It was quiet, even though there is a crew closet outside the door, and the hallway was sometimes blocked by crew carts. It's next to the Royal Suite, so there could be some party noise (but we didn't hear any). I'm convinced this is one of the best balcony cabins on the ship.
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Cabin 1215
Great balcony with nice lounge chairs. Bathroom small but ok. It was a very quiet cabin and in a good location. The bedding is very nice and there is quite a bit of room to store things.
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Cabin 1083
Great over sized balcony, oversized bathroom, but wish it had a clothes line in the shower that many other cruise lines have to dry your bathing suits. Cabin steward was wonderful. Lots of space for clothes and personal items. Loved that you would turn the lights off from the bed. My major complaint was that there was no lighted make up mirror in the bathroom. RCCL has this on the Osis class and I would have hoped Celebrity would have followed suit.
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Cabin 1126
1126 has a tiny closet as far as I am concerned. Bed too large for space. Table in front of couch...get rid of it, just another thing taking up the small space. Room is VERY quiet, which is WONDERFUL. Close to elevator bank...so no long walk down hallways.
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Cabin 2110
Great balcony...huge....but well covered. Not for someone who wants to get sun. Storage for a 10 day cruise is a little sparse. The location could not be better!!! There is no noise from above at all.
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Cabin 1073
Equinox disappointing gracieonthebeach
tiny closets, nice but small balcony. Need more space for clothing. Drawers very small and not enough hangers for two people on a ten day cruise. Not fond of the front cabind, very bouncy..
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Cabin 1032
We had a concierge cabin 1032. The cabin was fine, just the same as all the other balcony cabins. The bathroom is amongst the best in any ship with a great shower. The Concierge offer has been dumbed down significantly and is not worth the additional cost any more.
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Cabin 8322

8322, great room, quiet, good balcony. Bed near the window, not near the door. Medium size closet, nice bath with glass doors on shelves. Flat screen tv, free on demand movies.


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Cabin 1245
Concierge Class Sky Deck 1245 Hands down the best one we've ever had on a cruise (and we've stayed up to a mini-suite on Princess). The bed was definitely the most comfortable we've had with a pillow-top mattress. The bath shower was fantastic - floor to ceiling glass enclosure meant no fussing with a stupid curtain and getting water on the floor, a spa quality shower head, and enough room to fully stretch your arms out. Strangely enough though, no built-in clothesline for hanging swimsuits, etc. but I have a travel clothesline so it wasn't a problem for us. Plenty of storage cabinets in the bathroom which helped compensate for a slightly cramped amount of counter space. The flat screen TV and the interactive media system was definitely a notch above what we'd had with Princess. The ability to pull up your shipboard account from your room TV - priceless! The remaining storage areas throughout the cabin were more than sufficient. Our cabin was on the Sky Deck bump-out (port side) so we had an extra deep balcony. The patio furniture was superior to what we'd had with Princess - lounge chairs with separate footstools were wonderful for relaxing. As for the Concierge Class perks, we enjoyed the premium linens/towels, fresh flowers, and plush bathrobes.
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Cabin 9304
Best Cruise yet hollydogislandmagee
Our room was in a good situation not far from the elevators down past the card room it was very quiet very clean and spacious perfect side of ship on this itinerary as we had the best views especially in Istanbul we did have to ask for ice to be left as normally that is automatic Very comfortable bed and pillows adequate hanging space a bit short on drawers though!
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Cabin 1062
Sadly all good things come to an end Fred and Barbara Aldwinckle
Great cabin, soundproofing excellent, lovely closet although the toilet was cramped for a big man
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Cabin 1070
Cabin 1070...great port views, ample closet space, great balcony, middle of the ship and would have been quiet but there were two rooms travelling together and they made alot of noise. Also, kids were running back and forth down the hall the first day or two but that seemed to stop.
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Cabin 1058
Our room was 1058 I think the cabins were very good with storage we had 4 large bags. My daughter and I over packed because we were traveling after the cruise as well. The balcony was wonderful we stayed up until 2:30 every night because we were off on the time zone. Had room service delivered. Its like being in Vegas it is non stop. The rooms are very quite. Our view was amazing going in to port.
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Cabin 1245
Cabin 1245 was close to the elevators, on the hump with a large balcony, and wonderful decor. The bed was so comfortable, and the bathroom shower fantastic. We had a great view with quiet time too.
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Cabin 1062
Fantastic Equinox dadofjessie

1062, concierge C2, mid ship on deck 10 was small but very clean. The balcony was large enough and so was the bathroom. I enjoyed the shower. The cabin was very quiet. The bed was very comfortable. The only complaint was that there was hardly enough room to store our clothes.


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Cabin 2108
Concierge stateroom, 2108, is on the backside of the starboard, rear "hump." The window looks out to the starboard side and from the balcony the rear of the ship can be seen. The balcony is slightly larger than a standard balcony since it is angled. On the balcony there are two chairs that recline and a table. The storage space was barely adequate. The over-bed storage was large but difficult to use and there were only a few drawers. Our cabin had the desk and sofa near the balcony door. Similar rooms have the desk near the hallway door. Otherwise the rooms are the same. Other than the larger balcony it is also the same as a regular veranda cabin. The bathroom had a nice countertop and several drawers and medicine cabinet for storage. The shower door was a curved slider that worked very well and made the bathroom seem larger than it was. The cabin is on deck 12 (resort deck) with the pools, spa and fitness center on the same level which makes its location very convenient. It is also close to the glass elevators and stairs. There is no noise or other distractions from being on this active deck. The cabin was not directly under the Oceanview Cafe and if there were any chairs moving above, they could not be heard, The balcony may have been under a public bathroom since an occasionally toilet flush was heard when sitting outside, but no noise inside. There was a service closet next door, but again, no noise. In general, a very good cabin.
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Cabin 2144
Some minor noise from above; we were directly below the Oceanview Cafe, and we heard some moving of chairs. Nothing major, and it didn't disrupt our sleep. The balcony was slightly oversized and still private.
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Cabin 1227
Equinox, cabin 1227, adjoining cabin 1229, very quiet, bed near the balcony, very clean, well-maintained, further near the aft of the ship but just before the side of the ship where it flares out so our room seemed a little more spacious. Well laid out floor plan and we never felt cramped...felt like we were in a very luxurious hotel room! We were on the Sky deck level which was very quiet, not very windy and very quiet .... the evenings on the balcony were very quiet and not much light from the ship so it made our stay on our balcony very private!! Will definitely reserve the Concierge class stateroom for our next Celebrity Solstice Class cruise ship in 2012!!
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Cabin 2140
Cabin 2140 - Concierge Class 2 - Resort Level We loved almost everything about this room. The balcony was lovely and private. The deck furniture was of high quality. Amenities in the room included binoculars, umbrellas, robes, hair dryer, nicely shaped glasses, ice bucket, television, telephone and clock radio. The bathroom is definitely the nicest cruise ship bathroom we've ever encountered with its abundance of storage, clean lines and high quality fixtures. A couple of issues with the design did strike us: 1) The storage space is in two overhead cabinets above the bed, a large closet with plenty of storage for hanging clothes and small drawers along the tv/desk cabinet area. The above-head storage proved to be difficult for my child to reach. Overall, the storage space is tight. It would have been nice if there was an option for some fold down shelves to better utilize the closet area. 2) The couch was comfortable enough but the way the beds are made up with a foamy mattress atop them for sleeping made the bed somewhat narrower than the couch itself. This resulted in my daughter tumbling out on at least one occasion (partially due to rolling seas). 3) The suite is difficult to enter with the bathroom door open. Sure, it's easy enough to keep closed but the point is that future designs might take this into consideration! The room is located beneath the buffet area on the 14th deck. If you are a light sleeper, this may be an issue! We became accustomed to the scraping of chairs, rolling carts and other activity early in the morning as the buffet staff worked to prepare a luscious breakfast so it wasn't particularly an issue for us as sound sleepers. In fact, it bothered us so little that we've booked a room in a similar location for next year's cruise! It is certainly notable though and we do sleep very soundly so be aware if you are not so fortunate in the sleep department. We loved the location of this cabin as we were on the pool level which meant no cruising the elevators clad in our swimwear. It was also very convenient to the upstairs buffet and we could run up to get some nice lunch or just enjoy a few snacks on our balcony if we so desired. Of course, we could also have enjoyed the free snacks Concierge level provides but that would have involved being tied down to a set time to be in the room and we just don't roll that way :) Overall, the room was a very pleasant and enjoyable home for the 11 days we were sufficiently privileged to enjoy it!
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Cabin 1065
very quiet location, very convenient to elevators, stairs, solarium pool, sky bar.
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Cabin 1077
Fantastic location at the beginning of the ship 'hump'. Close the elevators but not affected by elevator activity. Very quiet. Great balcony. Highly recommend.
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Cabin 8174
Nicely laid out room, good central location close to the pool and cafe.
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Cabin 2143
Limited storage space apart from the nice size closet. Bathroom felt roomy to everyone except my "big and tall" husband. Enjoyed the convenience of deck 12 but found the noise from the Ocean View Cafe above us to be noticeable at times. Trundle bed from the couch made moving in the room difficult in evenings and mornings. Discovered that there can be a such a thing as too many pillows! Concierge amenities not worth the upgraded price to us.
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Cabin 1291
Loved everything about the room except storage. Needed more drawers and shelves in closet. Shower needed a hand-held shower head. Great balcony, quiet location, long walk to anything.
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Cabin 1075
1075 great cabin, closet was sufficient, balcony and location was fantastic, no wind, near forward elevators. Would book this cabin again.
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Cabin 1099
Our cabin was spacious with a large, comfortable bed and good-sized sofa. The en suite bathroom was a masterpiece of ergonomic design with a very good shower and ample storage space. While the balcony was a good size, it was spoiled by a large overhang from deck 12; it was rarely free of shade.
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Cabin 1066
good location. same floor as the library. halfway down the hallway, so was a bit of a walk.
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Cabin 1018
Excellent Ship candoez
The cabin was forward on the bridge deck. It was excellent in size and had just minimal storage capability for a 14 day cruise. On entering the first day without the help of the cabin attendant it was almost impossible to find out how to turn on the lights. we struggled in the dark to unpack. We eventually found the switch which was located under the bedside light on the ocean side of the ship. Also we found that if you push rather than turn the rheostat near the door the lights would go on and off. Had the cabin attendant been there there would have been on problem but he was no where to be seen. The balcony was more than adequate and being on the Port side enabled seeing most docking and un-doakings,
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Cabin 1259
We were booked in room 1259 a C2 concierge class category. Cabin 1259 is on the Sky Deck and is located port side, towards aft and near the elevators. I liked the idea of being close to some of the important parts of the ship: Library on the same deck, the pool area two decks above (Resort); the outdoor bars and Oceanview cafe three decks above (Lido). The gym and sky lounge were located on the forward area of the ship, so we had a longer walk. Our bed was located next to bathroom. People on cruise critic talked about wanting their bed close to the balcony door, as they like to sleep with the door open to hear the ocean waves. I prefer the sitting area next to the balcony, which helps, in a way, to extend the living area onto the balcony. There wasn't a lot of counter top space for all of our things. I ended up putting my extra items in my suitcase for storage under our bed. The room could use more shelving and counter top space and also more hooks to hang things. We had a sofa that turns into a sleeper. Against the wall was a nice flat screen tv where we could view our photos that were taken while on board the ship. It also swivels so that one can watch tv while in bed. Options were: News, movies, CD's show, the web cam located at the front of the ship, and even a list of our onboard expenses. The bathroom was compact, but laid out nicely. There were lots of place to store things. The shower stall had curved glass doors to make the space larger, along with a great shower head. In our room were fresh flowers and a bottle of champagne. The concierge class perks were nice to have, especially the comfortable bedding and pillows. I slept well each night. We also enjoyed the foot rests on the balcony. Balcony: Small but we enjoyed our time sitting with drink in hand enjoying the sea view.
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Best Vacation ever ninna1026
Cabin was perfect. Cabinets over the bed provided great storage. Closet was more than adequate. Bathroom was better than on previous ships - shower was more spacious. Veranda was more than adequate. Only negative was sewer smell when we left our cabin - the hallways smelled the entire cruise but they seem to know the problem and are working on it. Our location (near the elevators) was perfect
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Cabin 9269
Excellent bathroom; inadequate drawer space. lousy couch; excellent balcony and deck furniture
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