Concierge Class staterooms feature floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, a sitting area with sofa, two beds convertible to queen, vanity, bath with shower and Hansgrohe shower head, television, and a veranda.
Very nice and clean cabin, but a bit small. Not much storage, so we had to leave some of our clothing in our suitcase. (We had just enough clothing for a 7-night cruise). Bathroom was very modern and loved the shower! We had the BEST cabin steward, IMADE, who provided exceptional service. The balcony was larger than expected which was a pleasant surprise. Read entire member review >>
Best cabin by far in our travels. This room is on the hump (area of ship that sticks out towards the rear of the ship. The balcony was huge compared to others we have had. Plenty of room for four to eat and enjoy the sounds of the waves. Read entire member review >>
Excellent cabin location and layout. Upper over bed storage takes some effort but works fine.
Lots of sturdy hangers are provided and liked the second fold down rack in the closet for extra storage.
Bathroom excellent, lots of storage options and proper doors on the shower nicer than a curtain
Couch was great very long, assume a queen fold out but did not try to fold it out as not needed Read entire member review >>
Bathroom and Balcony fantastic, We thought that the dressing table was in the
wrong y place as it was near the wardrobes and the entry to bathroom so you
were constantly in the way when drying your hair etc.
Facilities were great.
Cabin Steward was fantastic, couldn't wish for any better. Read entire member review >>
Perfect Cabin on Deck 10, high enough for a good view but still gets plenty of sun, not shaded by the overhang like the Aqua's on Decks 11 and 12. Near to the central lifts and Library. Love the concierge class footstools provided on the balcony, overall a very good choice of cabin. Read entire member review >>
A little bit storage, 'the cabin is just a little bit small, we had a great balcony very large with reclining seats, the bathroom and shower were ok. Fresh flowers, fresh fruit and snacks daily. Great stateroom attendent, the cabin was very clean. The room service breakfast was great and always in time. Read entire member review >>
We had a concierge cabin on the 9th floor. The balcony was nice and its furniture comfortable. The bed was comfortable, and everything was very clean. My only request would be more storage space.
As a side note we had canopies delivered each afternoon, they were generally of a very poor standard Read entire member review >>
I had a bad back and it didn't improve with the bed even though I thought it was a good bed. This is a cabin with a sofa that makes into a bed. Since I don't need that feature I would specifically look for a cabin with a regular sofa instead and hope it would accomodate my short legs and have better padding. This is at the end of the bump out so the balcony has a little extra room and is slanted on the ocean side making it an irregular rectangle, but it was nice to have even that little extra space.
There was enough space in ghe closet and bathroom. Shower was responsive. Not really enough room to shave your legs. I liked this cabin on deck 10 just steps from Library and elevators. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1245 is the same size as all other balcony cabins, from the lowest category through Aqua Class. The only difference in Concierge Class and higher cabins is that there are footstools with the adjustable chairs on the balcony, making them more like lounges. I think there may be a somewhat nicer shower head, but not nearly as nice as the one in the Aqua Class cabins. 1245 is one of the cabins on the slant of the "hump," so it has a much larger balcony than the normal balcony. The location is quite convenient; it's very close to the aft elevators and stairwells on deck 10, so it's easy to walk up and down to the pool deck. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was spacious, fully equipped, well organized and very clean. Our room steward, Vendi and his staff were always pleasant and attentive and kept our ice bucket filled, awesome. Read entire member review >>
Perfect, unobstructed view. Quiet. Little Concierge Class touches were nice, but we didn't get a card from the actual Concierge introducing herself until literally the last day of our trip. Didn't know there was an actual Concierge available. Big shower, and husband is 6' 4" and was comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Sharon was our room attendant and she was great. She was always polite, professional and extremely helpful. This room with a balcony on the 9th deck was great. We loved the room service (ordered breakfast most days). The room was extremely clean and spacious. Read entire member review >>
Balcony is slanted and prevents a good view although it is larger than other balconies. Room was comfortable except for the couch. There is no way to get comfortable on the couch. The night light or reading light is over the bed and if one person wants to sleep, the other person really can't read or watch tv. Too bad there is no separate light or curtain between the tv and bed. The bed is closer to the balcony with the couch closer to the bathroom. Read entire member review >>
The balcony is larger than the average veranda, however it is slanted towards the stern and impedes the overall view. Standard cabin and don't see anything special being in concierge class. Thought there would be a different room service menu, but didn't see anything. Adequate room for hanging clothes, but of course not enough drawer space. A big drawback is the couch is extremely uncomfortable. The cabin could be greatly improved if there was a way to divide the room so someone could sleep without being disturbed by the tv. The bed is by the veranda which is different from other cabins I stayed in. The afternoon snacks were yucky and we asked them to stop delivery because they were so bad. So they gave us saltines and equally yucky cheeses. Not for the American taste. Stewards were very conscientious in keeping the place clean and provided ice each day. Read entire member review >>
Loved the room. Quite room for a cruise, and lots of storage areas, especially the bathroom. We had lots of hot water for showers, never ran out - I was quite surprised. The veranda was also super nice and equipped with a little table, 2 lounge chairs and foot stools. The rooms must be very sound proof as we didn't hear any of the neighbors, or their toilets flushing or water running. Read entire member review >>
Do not book this cabin. It is on the 10th floor same as the library.
It is opposite the service entrance and at 6am, they start serving breakfast in rooms so you hear the clicker clatter of the trolleys bumping over the thresholds.
It is directly above life boat number 24. It is about 150ft from the elevators Read entire member review >>
The cabin was in an excellent location on the ship; port aft behind the aft elevators on the Panorama deck. Very quiet as only cabins on decks below and above. We got lucky and had a cabin on the hump with an extended veranda. Krishna and Sechin were our stateroom attendants and did an excellent job of cabin upkeep. Krishna has some serious towel shaping skills and my wife really enjoyed the different towels animals he created each night on our bed. The beds are unbelievably comfortable and we left the sliding glass doors open each night to listen to the ocean breezes. Very soothing Read entire member review >>
1210 is the furthest aft cabin, 10th floor, starboard side. We noticed a bit more movement there when the wind was blowing strong against the ship than in the lower areas of the ship but all in all it was an excellent cabin with a slightly larger balcony than standard. The bed is close to the balcony doors which makes for more room to move around the main part of the cabin. There seemed to be lots of storage his we enhanced by packing some foldable containers that fit neatly in the over bed shelve unit. Read entire member review >>
This is one of 4 CC cabins in the middle of the Aqua Class. The only difference is the HG Shower panel.Great location - quiet - around the wall from the aft stairs which makes Oceanview and Poll very convenient.We had awesome stateroom crew Albertina & Dwight. Read entire member review >>
Did not have all the amenities of a Concierge class cabin in the room when I arrived. Had to ask. Housekeeping never folded my clothes when they laid on the sofa (not that they needed folding, but they did on the last trip!) Stateroom attendants seemed new to the ship, not very well trained. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom was located on the Resort Deck, on the hump. The balcony is larger than the standard and we loved it. I was concerned that our cabin was next to the stewards cleaning supply room, but the benefits outweighed the con in the end. It could get noisy when they started their day, but that's it. Our cabin was one of the first cleaned and we had easy access to our stewards. There was never a problem getting a hold of them. Storage is limited, so I would recommend bringing collapsible hanging storage for the closet, worked perfectly. Read entire member review >>
C2, 2169, a hump cabin on the resort deck which corresponds to 2105 on the other Solstice class ships. We had previously enjoyed the extended balcony this cabin offers. This cruise, we heard flushing from the ladies room toilets directly overhead MUCH more, which sound like a cannon shot each flush. We did not hear this inside the cabin, but for eating breakfast or hors d'ouvres the sound was annoying. Read entire member review >>
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