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Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, Sitting area with sofa, Two beds convertible to queen-size, Vanity, Hansgrohe shower panel, 32 inch LCD TV, wireless internet access and veranda.

Aqua Class (A1)
Decks: Deck 11
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Cabin 6146
Spacious, comfortable and quiet (at starboard aft end, though suite next door has a piano, so you take your chances, at least that it's someone who can play well...!). Nice quiet balcony, large bathroom with separate shower cubicle. Big comfortable bed, ask for hypoallergenic pillows and linens if you need to, we did not remember to and had some allergic symptoms from the default feather ones. Good cabin staff and always available and accommodating. Overall a very nice cabin.
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Cabin 1130
This cabin has a very large balcony, but little privacy since it overlooks the Oceanview bar below. It was in pretty good shape. The desk top (as on other ships in this class) is badly stained and cannot be cleaned. Whatever material they chose for the desktops was a very poor choice. Cabin attendant, Somchai, was very good.
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Cabin 1125
Cabin was in excellant condition. We have stayed in Aqua Class before and thoroughly enjoyed it. Love the shower and the Ice Tea that was in the room every day. Our cabin attendants were wonderful.
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Cabin 1109
Cabin location was excellent and very quiet. It was convenient to walk downstairs to the Oceanview cafe and just a close elevator ride down to Blu. The balcony has a slight overhang but for the most part is exposed. We chose this portside cabin so that we would be in the shade in the afternoon while traveling south in the hot Mexican/Central American sun. It worked out well so the temperature was pretty much always cool. Coming north from Colombia, where we were in the afternoon sun, the cabin was a little harder to keep cool. I don't know how quiet this area will be once the rooftop terrace is built.
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Cabin 947
Beyond Excellence! Sherry Stein
I liked the individual room design in the aqua class: roomy, more than sufficient drawer and cupboard space to store clothes so we didn't have to live out of a suitcase. The sliding glass doors to the roomy balcony enabled us to keep the doors open at night to get the cool ocean breeze. The bathroom was a good size with an ultra modern fabulous rain shower complete with levelled jets.
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Cabin 1114
Not the Ship or Cruise Line We Knew floridatravelersforlife
The 11th level AQ cabins on Millenium Class ships are very convenient and strategically great since it easy to navigate the ship. On the other hand they are hot when it is hot outside since the roof is above Our cabin was quiet. for some odd reason the interior was already wearing out. The bathroom mirror was pealing its silver backing and the shower hardware was worn. The carpet was dirty (don't wear white socks)
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Cabin 9070
See notes above...cabin bathroom had an unpleasant odor throughout the cruise. Air conditioning system did not seem to be working properly; we had to keep the unit on high the entire time. Mold beginning to be seen in the shower. We found a shore excursion brochure from South American/February behind the night stand...our cruise was end of March. Obviously the cabin had not been thoroughly cleaned. The lanai track needed cleaning - it was difficult to open the door to get outside on our deck.
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Cabin 9129
Cabin 1140
Great AQ cabin in the center of deck 11 looking aft. There was some soot present on the deck of the veranda in the morning – likely from trash burning overnight. Cabin is very quiet and convenient to all dining venues – walk down one deck and you are in Oceanview or ride the elevator down to other decks. The aft elevators seem to be less in demand than others. Hint: when boarding, walk up to deck two, go aft and get on the elevator avoiding all the crowds waiting for the midship elevator.
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Cabin 1113

The cabin was typical for A1. The cabin temp got a little cold in the Antarctic and a little warm in Buenos Aires. We like it around 70 F. A fair amount of storage but very few places to hang things. If I recall correctly, two US electrical plugs at the desk. We take multiplug adapters.


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Cabin 8117

Great room with great Aqua Class service; would not change a thing.


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Cabin 9099
Dissapointed Kimclachlan

No benefit to Aqua class except access to Blu restaurant which in view of general restaurants priceless.


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Cabin 1141

Large balcony looking aft.


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