When you stay in a Celebrity Concierge Class Stateroom on Celebrity Infinity, you will receive these added amenities and more: Welcome champagne, Daily fruit selection, Fresh-cut flowers, Daily hors d'oeuvre, Menu of pillows, Duvets and pillow-top mattresses, Leather key holder, personalized stationery and tote bag, Double-thick Frette bathrobes, Hansgrohe showerhead, VIP invitations to events, Early embarkation and debarkation.
We liked the full size couch, and the bathroom was very nice.... plenty of room... did not feel cramped at all. The veranda was good.... we had chairs that were semi-reclining and a full size table. Plenty of space for storage. Read entire member review >>
Typical cruise ship cabin that was neatly appointed. Spacious enough for two guests. I think it would be cramped with more than two. We enjoyed the veranda especially on sea days as we relaxed after spending hours at the pool. Read entire member review >>
Cabin itself was very quiet, near elevator and had ample storage space. Our neighbor's came in about 1:30am each night with no regard to others sleeping but that didn't bother me as much as the daytime behaviors. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin, plenty of room, bathroom reasonable size, big shower, the balcony does overlook the room below, they had a big balcony with a awning which did block some of our view particularly when going through the Panama Canal, you do get the little extras like fruit and canapes each afternoon which we did enjoy. Read entire member review >>
Cabin had everything you could ask for, the shower temperature did fluctuate a lot during a shower, the water is quite hard and it can effect your skin, we did miss not being able to make our own tea and coffee in our cabin. Otherwise very comfortable Read entire member review >>
Cabin did not appear to be cleaned each day, just beds made.
Clogged bathroom drain
2 bottles of water were delivered to our room when quarantined and immediately removed full as soon as the 24 hr quarantine expired.
Missing room attendant. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was clean, the bed was comfortable and the noise level from the other rooms did not exist. The ship did seem to squeak a bit and that made it a challenge to sleep the first few nights but I adjusted to it and by the end of the cruise it was not a problem. I think this is due to the age of the ship itself.
This cabin was located near the Aft elevators and it was my first time being that far in the back of the ship. I was convenient to have the elevators near buy but I used the stairs a lot just to burn off some of the calories. Read entire member review >>
Our room was a good size. Our stateroom attendant was very friendly. There were some perks with the Concierge class, but I’m not sure if it would be worth the additional cost in the future. There was a bottle of bubbles in the room on arrival, but we already had the drink package. There was an option for canapés to be delivered to the room in the afternoon and there was always fresh fruit in the room. There were binoculars in the room to use, which was handy, as we purposefully didn’t purchase them for the trip knowing that we would have these available. Being on deck 9, there was an overhang from deck 10. This did inhibit views some, but we were still able to get excellent photos from our balcony. We did not have any problems with noise from the restaurant above. Read entire member review >>
Very comfortable with lots of storage and a very comfortable bed. Our concierge was courteous and attentive. Nothing was too much trouble. The only irritation was the overhang which meant that the balcony was never in full sunlight. Read entire member review >>
Lovely room but has a large overhang from the buffet on deck 10. This restricts views a little and also keeps the balcony in shade. No good for sunbathing but sheltered from the rain. Read entire member review >>
We were in 7187, a C3 cabin. It's above one of the suites and there's a bit of awning directly below the balcony. Comfortable room, lots of storage space, a sour stale smell in the shower drain. A quiet location, and a quick two flights of stairs to the main dining room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9162 category (C3)- Great views from the stern of the ship. Veranda was quite large. The cabins in this area of the ship are under the outside seating of the Oceanview Cafe. I was worried about noise from above and the potential of smelling the smoke from the smokers sitting in this area. The noise of chairs sliding across the deck was minimal and the smell of people smoking was almost non-existant.I would book this cabin type again. Read entire member review >>
9112...great location mid ship...if you're big into photography you might not want this cabin. The support beams will get in your way.
This didn't disturb us in the least. We spent a lot of time there watching the world go by.
Close to the stairs and elevators. Very quiet. Great use of space. Read entire member review >>
Great location a couple of doors from the elevators, stairs & library so nice & quiet too. The only less than perfect things (and not a big deal) was that there was a permanent ring around the toilet like the enamel had worn off.
The towels were sometimes a bit worn & the desktop appeared smudged but was probably worn away probably to be expected in a ship from 2001. Overall we really liked our cabin & loved the fact it had a sofa. Read entire member review >>
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