The cabin has plenty of room and storage, although it was a bit of a squeeze getting one of the suitcases under the bed. The bed was reasonably comfortable. Bathroom facilities were good, but it would be nice to have shower gel supplied as is the case with some other cruise lines. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was spacious,bright and am so glad my travel agent chose it for me. In rough seas you felt very little swaying. There was plenty of storage/closet space for one person...I took too many clothes for 17 days of travel. My big suitcase fit nicely under the bed. The service was great from the room steward. Read entire member review >>
Typical inside cabin. Enough storage for us. We have the beds set up as twins. Our Steward, Batista, was excellent. He found nice soft pillows for us. Location was great - just behind Passenger Services and convenient to the mid-ship area. Shower was easy to use and decent in size for my 6'4" husband and myself. It was a quiet location on this cruise. Read entire member review >>
Clean, well furnished, almost adequate closet/drawer space, nice amenities. Location was perfect. No noise, no motion, and easy to get to where you needed to go on the ship. One of the best locations we've had. The bedding was easy to sleep on and always kept clean. Shower was larger than some we've had. Stewards Milanio and assistant were very efficient and attentive. Very friendly too. Read entire member review >>
This is a great cabin. Wonderful location, unusually spacious and quiet. Think it us unique to Infinity. Would book it again without hesitation unless really wanted a balcony. Read entire member review >>
Our inside cabin was one of the largest cabins we have had with ample room around the double bed and good use of mirrors to make the cabin seem larger. Unfortunately it was probably the hardest bed with the thinnest pillows we have ever had. The suitcases fitted under the bed.A night light in the ensuite was handy for middle of the night visits; but, having all the cabin ceiling lights on one switch made night time difficult when one partner retires before the other. The space between the wardrobes and the ensuite could have been wider as the wardrobe doors could not be open when using the ensuite – we prefer the open style walk-in type robe. We had no problem getting the contents removed from the small fridge supplied but it didn't really keep anything cold. Our cabin steward was friendly and seemed efficient at his job. Unfortunately he was hard to locate as most of the other rooms he did were in another section of the ship.Interestingly on our following B2B cruise we relocated to a balcony cabin. Here the bed was softer, the fridge performed better and the cabin steward was always available! Taking this further, we noticed Celebrity have 2 classes where passengers in suites can eat in their exclusive restaurant and even have reserved seating in the theater on certain nights. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8093. Middle of ship. Quiet location and near Library and computer room. Have had newer and better designed cabins on board the newer ships. Mirror on wall makes cabin look bigger. Overall, small cabin with dated decor. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin 7093, we great even though it was right beside the crew area. We rarely heard them in the morning when we slept in. It was a good size for us and plenty of storage space as we have learned not to take everything you own on a cruise. I would find nothing bad to say about this other than the temperature seemed to fluctuate without anyone touching the thermostat. I of course got a bad cough which I apparently passed on to my husband. I still think that they ship needs to do something about the recirculated air! Read entire member review >>
Great room #2116, Plenty of storage space & very comfortable for us. Love inside for no light to bother us & very quiet & peaceful. Greta room steward. Thanks, Geme, & even knew our names from the start. Always asking how our day was going. Very personable. Read entire member review >>
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