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12 Reviews
Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area with sofa convertible to trundle bed, privacy partition, 32 inch LCD TV, wireless connection, master bedroom with two beds convertible to queen size, second bedroom with one twin bed, bathroom with shower stall and washbasin. Additionally, suite veranda features lounge seating.

Family Ocean View Veranda (FV)
Decks: Deck 7 | Deck 8
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Family Ocean View Veranda Cabin Reviews
Cabin 8107
Mar 2017
We were in a Family Ocean View Cabin, which was huge compared to the size of a standard cabin. Decent lounge area, decent dining area, lots of windows and big balcony.Expensive but worth it if you want some space. We chose that because my mother-in-law needs a mobility scooter, which has to stored inside the cabin. The three of us and a scooter in a normal sized cabin would have been a very tight squeeze indeed. Bags of room for the scooter in this one, though. I was pleasantly surprised at the size of the shower in the bathroom. I was in the 2nd bedroom, which is intended for children and has two bunk beds. I was glad I was on my own as the space would have been too cramped for two adults if the second bed had been let down. One niggle was that Celebrity is doing some cost cutting - no shower gel only soap below concierge grade? It all seems rather mean and petty and not the image Celebrity is keen to promote.
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Cabin 3121
Mar 2017
FunCruise to Mardi Gras By: Chiquitamar
The cabin was fine, the problem was its location right under the Quasar Lounge and at night the music could be felt in the cabin (base). We reported it to Guest Service and on the third day they transfered us to a veranda cabin on the 6th deck. The second cabin was 6279 and there were no issues. Plenty of space and quiet.
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Cabin 8107
Nov 2016
Cabin is huge with a balcony and two front facing windows and spoils you from ever going back to a standard sized cabin. My wife used the small second bedroom as her personal walk in closet which worked out well. There are four chairs and a round table which serves as a dinning area, but the table is so low you can't comfortably eat there! Furniture is worn and should have been replaced long ago!!
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Cabin 8107
Aug 2016
Cabin 8108
Oct 2015
Better than expected. Our room attendants Jorge and Resto were excellent, friendly and accommodating. we especially enjoyed the balcony.
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Cabin 8107
Sep 2015
What's happened to Celebrity? By: Christhecruiser50plus
Not by choice but needed to sleep 5
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Cabin 8701
Dec 2014
Great for couples only, usually they only let families since it has two bedrooms, we enjoyed all the room for the 11 days cruise.
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Cabin 8108
Aug 2011
The space was perfect - we ending up used the 2nd bedroom as a walk-in closet (a must for 3 ladies travelling together - ha ha) and comfortably fit three beds in the master bedroom. The cabin and balcony allowed plenty of room to move around.
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Cabin 7107
Aug 2010
Large. Superkingsize bed. Large restroom Juddering when coming into port, can wake you up.
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