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AquaClass Suites feature floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, a sitting area with sofa, two beds convertible to queen, vanity, bath with shower and Hansgrohe shower panel, television, veranda, and a private mini-bar. AquaClass guests also receive European-style butler service, priority check-in and debarkation, reserved theatre seating, full in-suite meal service, complimentary access to the Persian Garden and Relaxation Room, exclusive access to Blu, an upgraded room service menu, a personal spa concierge, and a daily delivery of bottled water and tea.

AquaClass Suite (AS)
Decks: Deck 12
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AquaClass Suite Cabin Reviews
Cabin 2156
Mar 2016
Good, but Some Issues By: Cruise a holic
The size, storage and location very good. However too noisey. The water in the sink made noise when we used it. Heard foot steps at night. Average suite size balcony. Would not pick this suite again.
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Cabin 2115
Sep 2015
The cabin is well located. There is absolutely no noise and it was a treat to come back to the quiet corridors after being downstairs in the bars and restaurants in the evening. We had a bit of a problem the first days as the air conditioning gave off a smell of stale rosewater!! This was a problem not just with our cabin as we noticed the smell when we had the door open. The engineer in charge of this came to see us and complied with our request to turn it off. You really don't need it and it much pleasanter to have the door to the balcony open with the sea breeze.
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Cabin 2160
Apr 2015
Wonder, lots of space and storage. Huge bathroom with jetted tub. Comfortable and always welcoming
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Cabin 1618
Mar 2015
Not worth the money as it is the same size and quality as the standard rooms and the upgrade was just not worth it
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Cabin 2162
Jan 2015
Fantastic Voyage By: lennyzim
As described in our overall review. The Aqua class suites are super. Our butler, Walter, was there whenever we needed him (never had a butler before). Hot tea service in the afternoon with sandwiches and desserts, as well as the never ending bottled water supply.
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Cabin 2121
Dec 2014
We booked AQ Class Suite 2121 and were extremely happy with our room. We loved it. The size, the drawere and closet space were ample and the bathroom was amazing. The space in our room was AWESOME! Balcony was long but not wide. I do love the bump out rooms for that reason! Room 2121 was quiet with very little noise from above; however, I will warn you if seas are a rough, like ours were the first day or so, you will feel it being you are higher on the ship. I woke up in the middle of the night and had to take another seasick pill.AQ Suites are great, too, because you have one free Speciality restaurant dining experience, daily champagne, plush robes vs the dinky ones you get in regular AQ class, daily appetizers around 3:00 and the list goes on. We did not; however, ever receive the slippers or facial spray, nor were we asked by our butler if we wanted a daily free cappacino, although we never asked for them. We did ask to received cheese and crackers rather than what we were being given and our butler did deliver a nice plate daily for the rest of the cruise. Butler wasn't overly bearing..constantly bugging us like we heard they often do, which we liked. Our Asst Stateroom attendent was fabulous. Elvis!Suite guests get priorty check-in and disembarkation which was wonderful. Very fast!
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Cabin 2161
Nov 2014
Perfect size, great and comfortable bed, very nice balcony on the hump and thus very sunny. The only thing we disliked was the bath tub. We don´t understand why anyone would prefer a bathtub over a nice walk in shower. Why do cruiselines stick to the bathtub idea when also a lot of people have trouble "climbing in" puzzles me.
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Oct 2014
Great 1st Cruise By: jptraincruiser
The suite was clean and constantly being refreshed by staff. We had a welcome bottle of Champagne and there was always an afternoon snack... like we needed more food! Plenty of space to spread out when we stayed in the suite.
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Cabin 2160
Sep 2014
Best. Cruise. Ever! By: Kylomom
Loved the location of this cabin. Close enough to the elevator, yet far enough that we never heard any noise. Really appreciated the full size couch. Balcony was a decent size and we ate breakfast on it almost every morning. For most ports, we had a great view. It has a full size whirlpool tub/shower. I do feel like it was a bit of a safety issue trying to get in/out as it is quite a step, so be careful.
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Cabin 1627
Feb 2013
Lucky #13 cruise By: Esideirish
Aqua Spa cabin 1627 deck 11. Very quiet Port side aft, a bit further back but we liked it.
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Cabin 2111
Dec 2012
Great crossing By: Bugeye
Cabin 2111 is nicely situated, three back from the elevator bank and t he Aqua Spa. The cabin was the same size as the Sky Suites as was the normal sized balcony sufficient for lounging and not bothered but wind or obstructions. Closets and storage was more than sufficient with several drawers left unused. The shower and whirlpool tub were great and really appreciated. TV was a good size but we wish Celebrity would allow close captioning for those of us who need it. Cabin service was wonderful and timely. The butler was great and showed up at the same time each day with tea and canapes.
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