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Veranda staterooms feature floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, a sitting area with a sofa, two beds that convert to a queen, bath with shower stall and washbasin, vanity, and a television.

Deluxe Ocean View with Verandah 1C (1C)
Decks: Deck 8
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Cabin 8121
Beautiful comfortable stateroom with plenty of storage space.
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Cabin 8304/8306
They have adequate space and we loved that they connected with a door and veranda. The cabin was a bit dirty (a hair comb left under the desk, an off brand shampoo left in the shower, the cabin safe was locked when we arrived and had to be unlocked by a supervisor for us to use, dirt/dust in corners….). We did not like the material of the couch (red fabric that appeared cheap and worn). My wife and daughter detested the quality of the Celebrity provided shampoo and conditioner mandating an emergency purchase at our first port-of-call. We could not hear any of the announcements in the cabin or while on the veranda. The only options were to miss the message or transition to the hallway to try and hear whatever remained of the message. When I asked the cabin attendant for guidance, I received an unintelligible answer with no follow-up. The flat screen TV could be rotated away from the wall for better viewing and worked well. The veranda furniture was nice, comfortable and sturdy. We awoke one night with the partition between our and the neighbors veranda banging loudly. It had come loose somehow and was repositioned and anchored in about 2 hours. During the safety briefing, several in our staging area were so loud I could not hear the presentation.
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Cabin 6263
Lovely. Would prefer one floor higher, so as not to see the life boats.
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Cabin 8339
Solo traveller
Lovely balcony cabin
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Cabin 8178
Great cabin - quiet and lovely balcony views. The sea was rough at times but our stateroom was fine, it was toward the center of the ship. There are accessible staterooms across the hallway, which is ok because further down the hall, there were rooms accessed by staff that could potentially cause noise. Location is close to the forward elevators, which is nice - easy to get to the theater or fitness center quickly.
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Cabin 8122
Great cabin. Not too far from the lifts and not too much traffic in corridor so nice and quiet. Loved the size of the bathroom.
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Cabin 8202
Well appointed. Good use of space. The bathroom is very nice with a glass enclosed shower and plenty of shelf space for toiletries. Above the bed there is a storage cabinet, I recommend bringing 1-3 foldable storage bins approx 10 x10x10 to organize stuff you place there. Very much liked the location of this cabin, almost halfway between the banks of elevators.
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Cabin 8282
Cabin 8278
The room was very comfortable and kept clean all time by Costa who is an excellent stateroom officer. He made sure that we were happy everyday, asking us if we needed something and always there at our service, when needed. We could rely and trust him.
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Cabin 6246
Great position - don't worry about restricted view because its fine.
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Cabin 8249

The cabin was typical size for a cruise ship. The bathroom was larger. The shower was great. Plenty of storage in the bathrooms. The closet space was adequate for two of us. I did bring four cube containers after seeing other posts about this and they fit well in a storage area above the bed. You could probably get 8 in there if you wanted to. These cubes proved to be a great tip. I also went to a home store and bought some basic magnetic hooks. I slapped those against the walls on the balcony and we dried our workout clothes and bathing suits without draping them over deck chairs or where towels would normally be in the bathrooms. Another tip I saw on those forums and it was a good one. We loved our balcony cabin.

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Cabin 8343

Very spacious and quiet cabin. The bathroom was the largest we've ever had on a cruise ship. A bit of a hike from the nearest stairs and/or elevator, so be prepared for that. The cabin could definitely use more storage space - we ended up filling the cabinets over the bed, which were much less convenient to use than those in the dresser/table area.

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Cabin 8317

Spacious and tastefully decorated, immaculately clean, bathroom decently sized. Veranda spoiled us to the point we will never cruise without one again! Beds have rounded bottom so a challenge for a tall person. The over bed storage area was the perfect place to store shoes or purchases!

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Cabin 8325
Balcony cabin in rear third of ship deck 8. More motion we've felt on same size ship ever. We were up a couple of decks from a dining room crew access point which was a little noisy. Overall....excellent cabin.
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Cabin 8212
Cabin 8212 was the usual Solstice Class cabin with a balcony. The bed was next to the balcony.
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