The Veranda cabin is average size on the Silhouette. It has ample closer space, decent sized shower stall, very good bed. We enjoyed in the afternoon some quiet moments on the balcony. Read entire member review >>
8120 - balcony situated at the front under the bridge. Was roomy with lots of drawers and storage space. The bathrooms are lovely and big, with a very roomy shower and always lots of hot water. The beds were comfy and we both got good sleep every night. Our steward, Johnson, was wonderful. I spent lots of time on the balcony. Read entire member review >>
We found plenty of room for the way too many clothes we brought. The cabin was spacious enough for two adults for the amount of time we actually spent there. They provide an umbrella in the closet for the hopefully rare occasion you need it. Bathrobes (two) and a very effective and good hair dryer. Shower was roomy. Small cabinet with a door in the bathroom to hold toiletries. Two small drawers in the bathroom as well for makeup/cleansers etc. Use the space under the bed to store your luggage! Read entire member review >>
a bit smaller than on other ships but well laid out. Can wake each morning to a beautiful view outside the ship and sleep with the door open to take advantage of the waves and sounds. Plenty of hangers, suitcases can be pushed under the bed once empty, and good lighting throughout. Good shower with nice hot water and adjustable shower head for taller or shorter people. Quite a bit of storage space in the bathroom for personal items. Read entire member review >>
Decent balcony cabin, with a very good cabin steward, Thran(?) who made excellent towel animals for us every evening, with the advance permission of the management. Balcony was wide enough for two people without banging into the slider door while seated.
Bed was fairly comfortable, as was the rest of the cabin.
very little noise from the decks above and below.
Adequate are to move around in the cabin for two people.
Needed help with the safe once to reset the code. Read entire member review >>
This is a hump cabin, with a larger balcony. I can't say that having the larger balcony was a real plus and I doubt if I would pay for it again. It's in a superior location, however, in the center of the ship and convenient to the elevators. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was nice, a little crowded with furniture but met all our needs.
Bathroom counter was small but the shower was wonderful.
The veranda was a bonus, great location on the ship - middle aft , close to elevators but far enough away for noise buffer. Read entire member review >>
Our room was kept very clean by our steward, Mauris. He was always there to fulfill any request that we had. The hall and room was quiet. The balcony was clean and comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Spacious with big comfortable bed, sofa and small table, flat screen tv over the small cabinet with drawers and fridge and safe and wardrobe. Bathroom with shawer. On the balcony 2 reclainig chairs and a table. Read entire member review >>
Was what we expected, bed on the window side and slightly larger balcony as we were on the hump. Only criticism as has been said before are the towels, just not large and pretty average quality. I like to step out a shower and wrap in a towel that covers me.
Otherwise everything was fine, enough space for everything we needed to store though we had brought some extra hangers with us Read entire member review >>
Typical balcony cabin, very comfortable and well laid out. Nice size bathroom and closet. Could have had more drawers for clothes. Our steward kept us with a full ice bucket in which to keep our wine cold. Read entire member review >>
Loved, loved, LOVED the location of this cabin...six doors down from the elevators on the aft, so super quick access to just about everything except for the Theater. We barely used the balcony, but it was nice to have the sunshine and view. We booked a veranda guarantee so this was a pleasant surprise. Read entire member review >>
Needs more drawer space. A little bit of obscured view (lifeboats below & hump to the right). Heard sounds until 3am every night, but couldn't tell if it was bass guitar, a motor or something bumping against the ship. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was nicely decorated, bedding very nice, amenities and shower were lovely. We disliked the Apple interactive tv as the remote was difficult to use and the interactive set up only worked some of the time. The reading light by the bed could have been better. Our room steward did a good job, although several times used glasses were not taken away all day. Read entire member review >>
We had a four person room as we were traveling with a 4 and 6 year old. Room was small but perfectly adequate for our needs. The couch folded into a bed for once child and a loft came out of the ceiling for a bunk. Bed was comfortable and bath/shower was fine. Read entire member review >>
We chose a balcony cabin which was perfectly adequate. Not as good as previous rooms though. Celebrity seem to be cutting back on some of the amenities in the room ie they no longer supply shower gel and the toiletries they did supply were not pleasant. Towels were small and in need of being replaced Read entire member review >>
Rooms are all equipped with a safe, good amount of storage (above beds, side of beds, in the closet, by the mini bar)... there was a large LCD TV that you can easily maneuver towards the sofa area, or the bed. I have photos of the mini bar list as well. The bathroom was spacious, also plenty of storage. There are cotton balls and Q-Tips provided, along with small bottles of shampoo, conditioner, lotion. Soap is also provided. There is a hidden drawer for the trash in the bathroom, something I thought was great!
Towels - each person was provided with one set of towels - bath, hand, face. It's not a large problem, considering towels were switched twice a day (if needed).
Room Service - actually quite delicious. You can order breakfast by filling out a card in the mornings, or ordering it through the TV! Great! Same with room service, either call to place an order, or just order through the TV! We tried both times, it works lovely either way.
You can store your luggage under the bed, they made it so that luggage would slide under the bed, FYI. We had two large pieces of luggage, and a carry on under the bed the entire trip, it helped with space. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8323 1C category - quiet and spacious
Connects to 8321 but only with an exterior door. Found that the folding 'vestibule' door designed to connect the two rooms was too cumbersome to use. Had the divider removed between the balconies instead. Read entire member review >>
This cabin was right next to the elevators and at night you could hear the entertainment playing on Deck 3. It wasn't terribly annoying however. If you are a light sleeper bring your earplugs and you will have no problems. Read entire member review >>
We were in Cabin 8109 which is at the very front of the ship - a long walk from the elevators. The closet is too small, and hard to get into. There is not enough drawer space. The lighting was wonderful for make-up and reading. The shower is excellent for a cruise ship - big enough for a large size person. Read entire member review >>
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