My cabin was clean and spacious with excellent service received from cabin steward Putu. The cabin was always made up although I never actually seen Putu in the room he always managed to go in and out when I was not around. He greeted me every morning with a friendly chat and always asked about m,y experiences of the day when I as going out for evening meal and he made me feel well looked after. Read entire member review >>
Small but adequate. The shower size was larger than on the Solstice and much appreciated. Adequate storage and a small table and desk. We slept WELL in the dark. The cabin was in the middle of the ship and we felt not rocking. It was close to the elevators. Read entire member review >>
(Dried blood? )stain on floor tile cracks in shower,Hair bands still wrapped on faucet. Locked fridge cabinet door until the 5th day of cruise.One panty and one umbrella left by previous occupant in the drawer.Frayed worn out bath robes. Read entire member review >>
We tried Balcony Cabins but found the balcony is only usable in port and then we are almost always off the ship. Also we sleep better in the Dark and so the added cost of a Balcony cabin is a waste of money. Read entire member review >>
Admittedly, we do inside cabins to save money and 4 of us were fine - basically only in cabin to sleep and shower. Relatively spacious, especially now that there's no useless glass coffee table that only serves to bruise you when you inevitably walk into it. Bathroom is fine, except that don't like the shower curtain, prefer door. Basic room, has everything we needed and was enough space. Read entire member review >>
CABIN - Quiet, comfortable and clean. Cabins were ready at 1:30 and the luggage arrived at 2:00 sharp. I was impressed with how quickly this was done. I had an interior room 2186. I was traveling solo, and it was only a 5 day cruise, so I didn't feel it was worth the extra money to have a balcony. The room was what I expected - spacious and clean with a comfortable bed and an adjustable thermostat. It was a treat to have a cotton bathrobe hanging in the closet along with plenty of hangers and a large safe. There was also a beach bag and an umbrella in the closet. How thoughtful. The bathroom was smaller than the ones I'm used to on NCL, but it was fine for one person. The water was hot with good water pressure. An added bonus was a container of cotton balls and Q-tips, two bars of soap, and travel-sized lotion, shampoo and conditioner. The only downside was the small bathroom and the dreadful hair dryer (lukewarm air with very little power). My room steward was friendly. However, there were a couple things that got missed. There was a pair of sock under the sink from the last passenger, my ice bucket was only filled once, I never got Tuesdays newsletter, and the worst thing of all is that I didn't get any towel animals. Sounds silly, but I love towel animals. Read entire member review >>
Our inside cabin, 2165 was slightly tight. We wanted to go cheap on this cruise so we did not expect a huge room with the price we paid. Queen sized bed was comfortable. Night stand with light on each side of bed. Very small sitting chair. A nice vanity and a small glass-top table were next to the bed. Typical bathroom with roomy shower. Sufficient storage for clothes. Flat panel TV. Huge mirror on wall at foot of bed. Only one person could walk in between the bed and the mirror wall at one time. Room was quiet. Little rumble can be felt when you walk bare feet on floor. Engine may be down there but not sure. It was essentially a quiet room. Not bad. We were not in the room very much so we did not mine the close quarters. Read entire member review >>
We've been on four cruises. The cabin was set-up exactly as we'd asked and was appointed as expected. Very comfortable, though small (to be expected). The only complaint was the the plunger in the bathroom sink did not extend fully, making it difficult to drain the sink conveniently. Hardly a reason not to sail again with Celebrity. Read entire member review >>
At the end of the hall, sometimes hear crew door shut behind us. Can be loud in afternoon if napping because it is below the pool deck and stage. Really dark when lights are out. Read entire member review >>
The bathroom was a decent size including the shower area. Our inside cabin was nice enough though plainly decorated. There was ample closet space. The bed was problematic at it was two twins joined to make a queen. Every time you would roll on to the middle the beds would slide apart and I actually slid down the gap a couple of times. Read entire member review >>
The wet bar is a complete waste on the cruise ship and takes up valuable space. The closet is a bit cramped for 4 but adequate for 2, There are lots of drawers and there's space for empty soft sided luggage under the bed.
Cabin 7063 is sufficiently away from the elevators and stairways to be quiet yet still convenient to the upper decks. Read entire member review >>
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