Cabin was great, just like the 360* view shown on Celebritys website. The veranda option is a must, I was advised to pay for this & never regretted paying a bit more.
The shower room is spacious, the bedding good & the room was tops, could have spent a bit longer on the boat. Read entire member review >>
Lovely cabin with plenty of room for luggage to hang. Comfortable beds and lovely balcony. Our stewards were amazing, very efficient, always smiling and nothing was too much trouble for them Read entire member review >>
We thought Room 7237 had the perfect location on the ship. On the hump of the ship you won't get obstructed views with life boats out your window. Great view. Our seas were pretty calm, but if it wasn't the center location also is better in rougher seas. It is right off the main atrium elevators so you have quick access to everything. The closest bar is on level 4 right outside the elevators. You might hear a quiet "ding" of the elevator now and then but no big deal. There is almost always a band playing on level four that you will also hear because the sound comes right up the atrium but it wasn't that loud and the music was usually pretty good. That usually stops around 11:00PM. There is a smoking deck on level five outside. It really didn't bother us much but you will smell the cigar smokers depending on which way the wind is blowing. If this bothers you get a room on the opposite side of the ship. This room has the couch and sitting area near the balcony which was better than having the bed closest to the balcony. Suitcases fit under the bed and there are tons of clothes hangers in the closet. Storage space seemed about right. The bed was super comfortable. We did not have one single complaint about this room. Read entire member review >>
Has adjoining door to the next cabin. Lots of noise unless you are traveling together. Near the elevators but also near The Hideaway, which can be quite loud if kids are hanging out there. Great unobstructed view. Bed near the doors. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in an Ocean-View Balcony Stateroom and it was slightly larger than your average O-V BS. Our stateroom attendant did a great job of keeping our place clean & tidy. Read entire member review >>
Excellent cabin. Good size rooms. Good bathroom. Good storage.
Suitcases under bed. Small lounge area. Plasma TV. Good cosy bed.
Nice balcony, two deck chairs and table to read or relax out there.
Staff cleaned well. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin on deck 7 was a good size, the shower room particularly well-sized. Cupboards, wardrobes etc looked nice but on closer inspection the reality is that I felt that they looked of the kind of quality that resulted in British furniture store MFI closing down a few years back. I felt that we could have had more drawers but that's partially because we didn't spot the large ones above the bed until about 4 days in. Doh! Plenty of wardrobe space with plenty of hangers. The room was kept spotless by our cabin steward, Sunil, who was absolutely brilliant. Very polite and helpful, nothing was too much trouble from him. Read entire member review >>
Same exact cabin as we had on Alaska cruise on the Celebrity Solstice. This time we had our bed next to the veranda and the "living area" was nearer to the door/bathroom. If you can get this room arrangement it works out better having the bed by the veranda, instead of having to walk around the bed to get to the couch and desk. Read entire member review >>
Great location near the main mid elevators. No noise whatsoever! Regular size room and verandah on the flat of the bump out. However, recommend the starboard and hoping that is better as the smoking area is on port 5th. The smoke didn't rise but the noise from people who stayed outside with their drinks to smoke, lingered to party there in large noisy groups til the wee hours. The sound proofing of the doors, thankfully, dulled their voices but it didn't give us the peace at night to sit out and listen to the waves or leave the door open while we slept. Read entire member review >>
Cabin Category 2A is AFT, not MID ship, but very close to same elevator bank that higher Mid ship cabins use. One level above life boats, Roomy hot shower, good closet space, Read entire member review >>
Very nice and immaculate cabin. However, it's not too far above the lifeboats, so if you look down they are very much "there." The lifeboats are also illuminated at night, so not as many stars could be seen compared to staterooms that were further above the lifeboats. Read entire member review >>
Fantastic room, lovely king size comfortable bed. Plenty of storage and decent sized shower with great water pressure. Would of preferred a better quality hairdryer, the steward was lovely and very helpful and looked after our room with pride. Read entire member review >>
We were on the 7th deck. Had a balcony. Won't go without a balcony. It's great to sit outside, peaceful.Lots of storage (even for two women). The bathroom is big! Loved our room. The beds, pillows, we slept very well every night. Read entire member review >>
We were very impressed with our cabin. I did not expect it to be so spacious. We brought a lot of clothes and there was enough storage to fit everything. The closet was a regular size and there was an enclosed shelf above the bed. There were also 3 deep drawers under the counter top beside the desk that also had a safe and a fridge. There were 2 small night tables with 2 shelves beside the bed. We were able to fit our very large now empty suitcases under the bed. The bathroom had plenty of small deep shelves to store our toiletries and also a small cabinet with more small shelves inside. The bathroom was a good size with a nice sized glass door shower. The bed was large for a Queen size and very comfortable for a good night sleep. I must say our cabin was lovely and was very quiet. We had a balcony Starboard and enjoyed the view coming into port early morning. We also had the sun and usually got to see the sunset from our balcony. I think I made the right choice of cabin for location in regards to the Port itinerary. Better than having a view of another ship or the Port docks (which usually is an ugly view of buildings). Since we did not know if we would experience any seasickness I chose a lower deck mid ship. We were fine. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 7272 and located midship on deck 7, just around the corner from the Hideaway Lounge and the elevators. The bed was comfortable and the room was well designed. Our attendant was Leslie. We enjoyed sitting on our balcony looking at the ocean. Read entire member review >>
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