Outstanding our stewart Nadine was wonderful made our time just joyful.
Always clean large enough balcony had room service everyday.
Beds were great balcony large with table and chairs. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was on Deck 10 and very conveniently located near the library. It had a large veranda with a lounge, two chairs and table. We had a large television facing an L-shaped sofa in our sitting room plus a bedroom with King bed. We had plenty of storage space including many drawers, two closets and lots of hangers (we ordered extras on request). Our butler provided memory foam pillows which were great. The shower was nice with good water pressure. Hairdryer worked well, there was also a bathroom scale under the sink. One minor complaint was the sink which didn't drain properly unless you removed the stopper completely. Read entire member review >>
I do not recommend this cabin. For that matter, I wouldn't recommend this entire floor. The positive is that it's down from the pool and just below the buffet for a quick snack/drink. The HUGE negative is that the buffet is right above you and it is VERY noisy. This is the only reason I would not recommend. If you sleep like the dead, you might be fine, but even when the buffet is closed staff is rolling carts around and there is a lot of noise. Also, you are far up from the main dining, showroom, and other amenities so there was a lot of stairs and as usual on a cruise, elevators full at peak times. Bathroom I thought was spacious and you can ask for extra hangers. There is not a lot of drawer space as others have mentioned but I will take a larger balcony over room space any day. Plus, they have sliders for the balcony so those of us who love to nap and listen to the water are in heaven at not having to prop door. Read entire member review >>
Plenty of space--nice sized balcony and kept spotlessly clean. Too bad no one told us we were entitled to afternoon snacks. I found out on the last day and when I said something to the Guest Relations desk---she just looked at me--not even an apology. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was comfortable- had a king size bed and a sofa. Closet had sufficient space and hangers. Bathroom had drawers and shelves to accommodate everything. Our cabin steward provided us with great service. Read entire member review >>
Our steward and his assistant were top notch! We asked for a few things upon our initial meeting and they had them available for us and were always available when we needed them. The room was comfortable and always clean. Read entire member review >>
Bed was extremely hard. Also the location is right under the buffet and all night you hear trolleys and banging. Cabin has only 4 drawers and closet space is limited. Would not go more the 7 day cruise. Bright area was good size balcony. Read entire member review >>
Very nice size and space well planned. We enjoyed the veranda with two chairs and a small table, as well. Might want to put up a pull out cord for drying hand wash. Great services offered by the concierge and her assistant. Read entire member review >>
Our Concierge cabin was ok, but lacked adequate storage space. Beds were comfy. Our cabin steward Desmond and assistant Eunice were friendly and attentive. They kept our cabin clean and well stocked. My granddaughters on the other hand were in a outside cabin on deck 3 #3115, right under the Quasar disco. Beware of booking anything on deck 3 if you like to sleep. The disco over them played loud music with booming base to the wee hours of the morning. They constantly had to call for relief. Dance parties were held in the center foyer of the ship on 3 every night that also went on until late at night. We had to change cabins with them one night so they could get some rest. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was small but comfy. We enjoyed our balcony during docking and sail away as well as during the cruising evenings when it was still daylight at 11:30pm. Our cabin steward and assistant were excellent and other than the day we forgot and left our "Do Not Disturb" sign on the door all day while in port, they were in the cabin when we were not, and vice versa - just as it should be! Read entire member review >>
My cabin was on deck 9 and had a verandah, which made it a very comfortable place to hang out and read, or just relax in the sun. There was quite a bit more storage space than I was expecting, and the bathroom was quite spacious as well. This room is very close the stern of the ship so there was very little noise from people walking down the halls or headed to the elevators. Also, I believe that above me were more cabins so there was no noise from above. Very nice location, unless you want to be closer to the elevators. Read entire member review >>
standard size, awkward storage, had to stand on bed to reach above bed storage
bathroom is nice and larger, but now room looses space and storage is jeoparized, only storage for two. Read entire member review >>
So I like our room. Under the bed is storage for luggage and can be used as drawers if you plan accordingly. This room is configured with sofa at the Veranda. The 9248 room (next door) has the sofa in the front and the bed at the Veranda. It seemed just as nice and would not be a bad configuration. The folks in 9245 seemed to slam their door every morning at 7AM.We did not hear any noises from those next door, above or below. So it was a comfortable room.Be aware for those ladies that shave their legs in the shower, that there is a bar where you can place your foot and shave each leg.The aircraft toilet is something that you will get use to, but it is not your home Kohler unit. Read entire member review >>
It is apparent that Celebrity intends this ship to be a weeklong churn-'em-and-burn-'em vessel. Our C1 veranda cabin was surprisingly narrow. Storage was poor. There were three drawers total. The very small closet could accommodate one week's clothing for 2 people. There was a last-minute-thought shelf above the bed but one must stand on the bed to access it. This is not a cabin for long voyages. Although it had the standard furnishings everything was wedged into the cabin, no worries about high seas as nothing was going to be moving. Read entire member review >>
Well laid out room but not a lot different to balcony rooms we have had on other ships. Champagne on arrival was lovely, otherwise Concierge Class very overrated and in our opinion not worth the extra. Read entire member review >>
The stateroom was particularly above average. Our last cruise was on the Dawn Princess and I had to sit sideways on the toilet whereas the bathroom on Silhouette was almost up to hotel standard. The balcony was big enough for 4 people to enjoy the concierge class complementary champagne. Read entire member review >>
Mid ship balcony larger balcony than other aft cabins but still smaller than HASL aft cabins. perfect location second down from outdorr aft eating area. No noise except for the wake! Read entire member review >>
Closet was quite small, for a week it would not be adequate and any longer than that would take creativity for storage of clothing. We loved our aft cabin and the extra wide balcony with loungers. Our bed was very comfy. The bed was nearer the balcony and not the closet. I found storage in the cabin overall lacking, we did not use the storage over the bed since it is a bit awkward but it would be necessary on a cruise longer than 3 nights. The location of our cabin was very far from elevators but very quiet. Read entire member review >>
2154 - Aft cabin, just below the Dining Room Outdoor Space, so there was some noise of scraping chairs, but not enough to be annoying. There is a flag just above the balcony whose hardware rattles in the wind. The cabin was similar to the other cabins, the hallway very quiet and the balcony was excellent, some of the lower decks did not have the roof cover that we did. I would definitely recommend this cabin. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1653 is a Concierge Class on Deck 11 Aft, about 6 cabins from the very back of the ship. Great Balcony & quiet location being near the back less people passing thro' the corridor. Exceptional storage, double wardrobe, over the bed closet shelves, 3 deep drawers, space under the bed for suitcases, flat screen TV, dressing table with mirror & light - everything you could need.
The bathroom is small but perfectly formed with generous storeage. Would highly recommend for a couple, or a couple with one child - would be tight for 4 people. Read entire member review >>
Storage was not planned too well...above the bed is difficult for average to shorter people...you need more shelves..why not add at end of closet..it would only jutt out 6 inches or so?? Read entire member review >>
cabin was concierge class c1, deck 10, aft. Quiet, comfortable,ample room and closet space. Great shower, towels, pillows and bed.
Would be nice to have a washing line in the bathroom, a steam free mirror and a balcony light.
Otherwise, a nice comfortable space to be in. Read entire member review >>
Cabin concierge class balcony on 10 floor.we heard water noise,like a loud toilet flush every 15 min,we were not sure where was it coming from,our cabin attendant and maintenance people checked pipes found nothing was broken,could it be by design? Read entire member review >>
We were in 1674,Concierge Class room, and at the time of booking I could have booked 1673 or 1675 which were the same price. However we did not know that 1673 and 1675 were nearly half as wide again as our stateroom. It only became evident when you looked at the balcony widths. Ours had two large panels of protective glass that made up the balustrade--commensurate with the width of our room. Either side of us the balconies of our neighbours had THREE identical panels of glass, commensurate with the width of their staterooms.My travel agent was not told that there was a difference in square footage and thought that he done the very best by us, but this information was not passed on. Back of ship good position, quiet, but LONG walk from lifts. Read entire member review >>
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