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Deluxe Veranda 2C (2C): Celebrity Equinox Cabin Reviews

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Deluxe Veranda 2C Cabins

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

Deluxe Veranda 2C (2C)
Decks: Deck 6
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6103
Terrible balcony cabin. Worst cabin on any ship we have ever been on. It is right above the anchor and ropes. This should not be a cabin, should be a storage room.
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7238
First Med cruise happyclogger
Ample room for two senior ladies, though could have used more drawer space.Both cabin stewards were excellent and kept the room immaculately clean.
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7502
Our cabin was what we expected. Very clean with adequate storage. Nice balcony.
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7135
Not really a step up. vineyardguy
The ship and its staterooms are in a great need of service. Our staterooms TV volume did not work. A cabin light blinked on and off all night the first night. Towels provided first night were threadbare. Vanity drawers in bath were stained and marred. Furniture was chipped and not repaired throughout cabin. House keeping took care of all issues within 24 hours.
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6279
There were many clever, space-saving areas aboard, especially in the bathroom. Lots of drawers and cubbyholes. There was plenty of hot water and the water pressure was good. The usual shampoo, conditioner, soaps and moisturizer were in a tray. The toilet was not particularly great in flushing waste due to its poor design, however. There was no fan to get rid of the condensation either. There's a nice large nightlight always on in the bathroom above the mirror. Under the sink was a front panel which was removable and was where spare facial tissue was stored. Lots of space was to be found under the bed to store at least two large suitcases and possibly more. Also located there were the life vests. Under our bed were sandals left behind by a previous occupant and a few crumbs under the bed as well as a large bag of laundry which had been overlooked by the room steward. The king-size mattress was firm but not uncomfortable. It's hard to fathom how a person over five foot eleven would fit the bed though. I'm just under that and my feet almost hung over the edge. The foot of the bed is rounded and you won't bump into it in the middle of the night or day. The pillows (four) were unusually small. There was a phone with a built-in digital clock if you wanted to know the time. The room phone has the ship's current date and time which helps when the time zones change. There were two small bedside tables with drawers and two lamps hung above the bed on the wall. Also above the bed were two large compartments where you could store backpacks or any number of items you didn't use as often. The air conditioning was quiet and there was next to no noise from passengers either above or below the room at night; however, during the day a door, possibly for the crew, could be heard at times slamming shut one deck below. No noise could be heard on either side of the room and very little in the hall. We could not hear the ship's engines either. Across from the couch and table was a small writing desk with plug-ins and chair. Attached to the desk was a bureau, safe and bar fridge and a long countertop. The fridge was crammed with liquor (for purchase) and little room for our bottled water, so we had our room steward remove the liquor and place it elsewhere. The fridge had a hard time keeping things cold though. To the side of the bureau was shelving. Above the bureau unit was the flat screen TV from which you could access you account, info on the ship, weather, excursion info and TV channels and a large mirror was above the desk. The number of channels was small and most seemed to have old Sylvester Stallone movies on them. The Celebrity Shopping channel recommends only stores that end up being high end ones on the ship and on shore. There was more shelving between the mirror and TV. The room closet was fairly big, had a long shelf as well as a fair number of hangers, but they could definitely use more as we had to double up on some. We didn't ask the steward but he probably could have rounded up more. There were two cheap quality bathrobes in the closet as well. The veranda was a good size with a partially obstructed view. This view had lifeboat #22 just below our deck with a stanchion protruding above our veranda height. We still had a great view of things and our cabin was cheaper than those above us. The balcony was fairly spacious, had two reclining chairs, a table and was private. Seas were moderate and we felt little ship motion. The vessel's engines were also very quiet both inside the room and out. Being on the 6th deck also made rough seas more stable due to our location closer to the centre of gravity. Our friends noticed the movements more on the 10th deck.
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6302

Partially obstructed. Very quiet. Long distance to elevators/steps. Would not book again only because the obstruction is ugly to look at and it is on starboard side which in most ports on this cruise looked over the uglier side of each port of call.


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6269

nice looking room except i had to put (3 water bottles with water) between the (over the bed cabinet) and the metal ceiling as it rattled every nite. drove me almost nuts. and then after day 2, after 1:30am late at night, there is a set of double steel doors that are for the crew access only that they leave open every night that constantly slams below our cabin 6269 all night till 4am. at 5am till 10am there is a machine making noise under the shower floor in the bathroom. i found the ac working perfect, the deck nice. The TV had lousy channels. which wasnt many. the mini fridge did not keep up low temperature . i wouldnt use it and all the shelves were removed. The duvet could have been a bit more fill with feathers. The bed was ok, wasnt stiff like Princess cruises mattresses. I found the mattresses were perfect on the celebrity reflection. would i get this room again. NO! do yourself a favor and cancel this cruise, if its too late, go on any deck between 7 or 8 or 9. avoid deck 6


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6197
Great Cruise merinski

The room was good. Liked to have the balcony.


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9123

The stateroom was quiet as it was the 7th from the end of the corridor so very few passing staff of fellow cruisers. Plenty of the room on the balcony for our small breakfast selection on a table of approx 700mm diameter. We had no obstruction to views. Located on the same levels as the card table room and towards the front of the ship. While a more central location would give shorter walks to Central Lobby of bars and dining you'd have more guests passing so would go for this cabin again if cruising on the same Solstice Class.


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6303
Our stateroom, 6303, is a 2C class balcony - the last portside cabin in the aft hall. Yes its a long walk to the elevators but we don't mind the exercise. It has a deeper balcony which is extended slightly by the roof of the restaurant below. So you have no view directly down but completely unobstructed looking outward - it is a very quiet private cabin and [TIP: I would book it again for the balcony if you are not upgrading to aqua or concierge classes and don't mind the walk]. The stateroom provides adequate storage space in the closet but cupboard/drawer space is meager on this class. I am happy to have a 6'3" DH who can reach things from the overhead bins! The bathroom is HUGE by cruise standards with a nice glass shower door, oodles of drawers and shelving for all your personal products. The TV is flat screen and had movies on demand - we loved relaxing at the end of each day with some room service snacks, a glass of wine and a movie. So this was a good perk for us. [TIP Celebrity allows 2 bottles of wine per cabin in your carry on - no corkage if you drink it in the cabin]
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7173
Unobstructed view, one deck above life boats, about mid ship. Balcony is very adequate with 2 chaise lounges and table (standard). Situated betwee two elevator lobbys, making it easy to go forward or aft. Spacious closet adequate for two people; great storage in main cabin, as well as bathroom--more than enough cabinetry for toiletries. Quiet.
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6167
Hardly obstructed at all, but you could feel the vibration from Quasar Lounge there which was annoying. Charged us twice as much for this family balcony as a regular one just so we could bring our three year old along, who slept on the couch as he would have done in any stateroom.
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6246

6246
Quiet but not far away from elevator. 2 decks from main dining and 1 deck from all the specialty restaurants. Only have to use the elevator to the pool or buffet.
Partial obstructed means you will see the top of the life boat below, but WILL NOT obstruct the beautiful sunset.


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Good sized cabin, closet fit everything and there was plenty of storage.
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6116
ok space ,door on the shower a big + ...deck 6 is not the best location 7 or better ,mid ship is where you want to be
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6272
We were in a good location on the ship. It was quiet. The balcony was nice. The room had a bed, coach, tv that swung out. desk, fridge, decent size bathroom with shower.
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6300
Our balcony cabin was very comfortable and spacious, with probably the biggest bathroom on any ship we've been on. The only downside was that the drawer space was a bit limited but there was plenty of storage space elsewhere.
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6302
Cabin 6302- no noise, no problems. We had a large balcony. No complaints with the room at all. Amazing how they can give you everything in such a small space - tv swivels, great hot water with the shower, very comfortable bed.
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6135
Fantastic Gina Harwood
Had a disabled room ( not sure why ) Lovely and spacious
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6284
Fantastic Experience elaine drury
Great cabin good location quiet balcony good sized view slightly obscured when looking down but very pleased.
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Too noisy. The cabin creaked even in calm seas. My wife had to wedge washcloths in the bathroom and shower doors to reduce the noise level.
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9342
Good location, not too far from elevators, very quiet, nice balcony, not as much closet/storage as on other ships
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6168
The bathroom has plenty of storage. The closet faces into the room which is a little unhandy for access. The room seems to have less storage than Millennium class. There is a shelf over the bed, but it is open. The bedside tables have open shelves instead of drawers. The TV is a large flat screen. Our room had the bed next to the balcony. It was a good central location. We didn't have any problems with noise.
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Our cabin was very comfortable. Closet and bathroom space will likely be less than at home, but come on, you're on a ship. The cabin service was great. Each night we had the chocolates on the pillows and a new towel sculpture (rabbit, elephant, shark, and hanging monkey.
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Holiday Cruise 2010 1Cruisequeen
Balcony: slight obstruction was a stretch, lifeboats were right in front of the balcony difficult to take pictures. Room was beautifully appointed but we found the beds to be rather hard. Flat screen TV was very nice wall mounted you had good visibility wherever you were in the cabin Storage was limited for a 10 day cruise Bathroom very modern and had ample space for toiletries
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8209

8209 Great view, noisy at night from the disco on the fifth floor, but not too bad, really bothered my son in Room 8205, however. There is noise during the day and night of doors slamming, however.


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Smaller than the veranda cabin we had on Regent Seven Seas Mariner, but a much better layout. The beds were comfortable, the bathrooms were nice, and there were many nooks and crannies to store things. The in-room entertainment was excellent. The service was great. Probably the best thing about the ship. One warning-- with the balcony doors open, even a crack, you can hear every voice on every other balcony. At night, after the disco closes, this can be really, really awful.
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6243
6243 Nice location, mid-ship, near elevators but no noise problems. Large angled balcony at beginning of the hump with only minor obstruction. Big drawback, it is situated directly above the port side smoking section which was frequently in use and our balcony was not "smoke-free".
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Deck 6 amidships was noisy late at night. Cabin otherwise was great.
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7293
7273 - Overall very spacious. Beautifully decorated. Storage could be improved with more drawers or shelves. Nice wardrobe for hanging clothes.Bathroom curved shower door a real plus. Also a lot of good storage in the bathroom. Very upscaled bedding/linens. Unlike other reviews, we could not complain about soundproofing.Entranc doors to cabins are strange .... they open out.
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