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Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area with sofa, 32 inch LCD TV.

Deluxe Veranda (2A)
Decks: Deck 7
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Cabin 7296
The cabin was wonderful and had plenty of room for clothes etc. The cabin staff were fantastic and kept the cabin in tip top shape. The bathroom had wonderful toiletries and had a shower screen.
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Cabin 7025
The cabin and bathroom were fine. Drawer space is a bit limited and I found myself working from my suitcase, which was stored under the bed.
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Cabin 9179
Really good, had 2 reclining chairs on the balcony, the room was kept spotless. The tv Screen was big. one thing about that though, on your account and you click your name you see all products paid for, then you click into the husbands and it shows the same items pau=id for, id prefer if it showed what was bought with each card.
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Cabin 7224
Really lovely cabin situated just off mid ship. We had one of the smaller tender boats just below but it did not obstruct our view.
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Cabin 7209
Nice room - typical of a balcony room. Bed comfortable, nice shower, a few drawers, lots of hanging space for clothes, nice chairs on the balcony. The couch was very uncomfortable to sit on. It was basically big square chunks of hard foam pieces covered in vinyl. It was more of a day bed. Bed linens were very good, as were the towels. Large screen TV with many movies to choose from. Room attendants were terrific. But view was somewhat obstructed to the front by the bump out cabins just to the left. Also the lifeboats did obstruct the view down. The lifeboats you see in the pictures on the web page are NOT the lifeboats actually on the Solstice now. They are all orange, and some are HUGE (the ones used as tenders). To be fair, they didn't impact views straight out, but it was difficult to take pictures without those big orange behemoths at the bottom of most of the pictures. The 3 lifeboats right by our balcony were much bigger than others and were used as tenders. The nights before we arrived in a tendering port, crew would be loading these tenders with "stuff" to be taken off ship in the morning. They were very noisy until all hours. This room was NOT supposed to be an "obstructed view". We were assured by Celebrity that it wasn't, and that the life boats wouldn't be an issue. WRONG.
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Cabin 7193
Our cabin was perfect, it was big enough for everything we required. Our Stateroom attendants were legends. Morris and Imade were some of the happiest guys on the boat. They were always smiling and always keen for a chat. They also made us some really cool towel animals!!
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Cabin 7269
Good storage space , the balcony doors rattled all night when we were in rough seas and high wind
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Cabin 7278
Level 7 is a great location on the central hump, looks straight down to the sea. Also handy if elevators are slow and you need to use the stairs. Short walk to common areas on levels 3-5. Minimal motion from sea swells. Very clean, well maintained. Fabulous bed. Twice a day servicing of the room is lovely for the stay at home Mum, the ultimate luxury. I believe these cabins would go very quickly when cruise is opened for bookings. If travelling in a family group try to get interconnecting cabins. They are indicated by the dashed line on the deck plans. I would rather book one of these and than pay for the speciality restaurants than get concierge or aqua cabins.
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Having a balcony room showed its value when cruising through the NZ Sounds. The view was spectacular. Recommended .
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Cabin 7228
Our cabin was located slightly forward of mid ship. It was very comfortable and had plenty of storage. It was quiet (except for the heavy-footed passengers above us) and the bed was very comfortable.
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Cabin 7248
Cabin fine, quite spacious, hanging space limited.
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Cabin 7171
Cabin was very clean and orderly. Cabin attendant was very friendly.
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Cabin 7210
Foreword just around from elevators on Deck 7 (Sunrise Deck) - hubby has a bad knee and can't do stairs so being close to lifts was great. Quiet room, good location, life rafts are just a deck or two below and do obscure clear view straight down to water/waves slightly, but didn't worry us...see above description for details.
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Cabin 7242

Good cabin. Quiet and extremely well located.

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Cabin 6246

Average size cabin, plenty of drawers, & closets space. Decent size shower, good lighting, comfortable bed. Quiet, would book it again.
Convenient to elevators and all event venues. Partial obstruction just below the balcony due to lifeboats.

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Cabin 9254

Loved it. Very comfortable cabin.

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Cabin 7139

One of the better wheelchair access rooms we have had.Shower ,however too small,and assistive bars poorly located.Auto does a great feature.........

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Cabin 7887
Nice size three of us shared. Could smell smoke when on balcony which was not nice. Signs of wear on chairs. Everything else OK.
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Cabin 6257
Very good room service. Always available on the room phone. Not a problem. Very considerate of privacy and personal preferences.
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Adequate if small. Reasonable storage for clothes but wardrobe doors falling off due to loose screws.
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Cabin 8197
Midship cabin with large balcony in a quiet location. Very satisfied.
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Cabin 6172
I think that I have completely covered this in my ship report.However here is the section on our cabin 6172 There is plenty of space -- we never felt crowded or were aware that there were over 2,800 passengers on board. Cabin -- door opens OUT into a recess in the corridor! Overall facilities -- double or twin beds, very small bedside table with two narrow shelves under.- thin chocolate on pillow at night with turn down service Plenty of room for cases under bed. Above bed storage for bed cushions, extra doona, blanket Life jackets under bed in a basket Bible in the top drawer Lounge -- seats up to 4, small oval table TV -- flat screen -- can swivel. Interactive with keyboard to book excursions etc. Safe -- in wardrobe, easy to use and larger than on most ships Frig -- mini bar -- some heat transfer to side drawers Next to mini bar frig - Two shallow top drawers (do not store medicines or first aid kit in these as they get quite warm); three deeper drawers below, Cupboard above frig = in size to two shallow drawers Marble top "desk" with chair. Drawer under holds interactive keyboard and hair dryer Powerpoints -- 2 X US flat 2 pin (110), 1 X Europe/Asia round 2 pin (220) Mirror with light above. Storage Wardrobe -- two door -- standard is for 24 hangers -- we had 4 with trouser clips. Drop down bracket if needed for hanging shirts, tops Three shelves -- two below safe, one above Two bathrobes, one umbrella, one Celebrity bag (re-cycled material similar to those used for shopping) Bathroom Shower is excellent -- good amount of room with glass sliding doors, not a shower curtain Foot rest in shower Large mirror with power point above -- takes both flat and round 2 pin plugs (110/220) Bath towel, hand towel, washer and bath mat Double towel rail Moisturiser, shampoo, conditioner, real soap (not bath gel), tissues, shower cap, cotton balls and cotton buds Hair dryer -- in desk drawer No clothes line, however ample room to attach elastic extendable line from hooks in shower over glass screen to towel rail. Basin -- small if you are doing your washing! Storage -- 2 tiny drawers (6" X 5") -- probably of little use Side cabinet with glass door 4 shelves (not very wide but deep enough for a wash bag or makeup bag, wooden cabinet below with three shelves Dim light in bathroom stays on at night Balcony Good size and depth. Two comfortable mesh chairs, round wooden top table, high privacy screens between staterooms, high glass panels. Television channels 1 - TV guide 2 - Cruise director channel 3 - Shore Excursions 4 - Port Talk and Shopping 5 - Bridge view 6 - Navigational map 7 - Celebrity Life (Lecturers) 8 - Movie channel 9 - Engage 10 -- Fox News 11 - MSNBC 12 - BBC World News 13 - CNBC 14 - Sky News Australia 15 - Fox Sports 16 - Fox 8 17 - Fox Footy channel 18 - Comedy 19 -- Arena 20 - Bio
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Cabin 6127
Fantastic Toddles
Great cabin, plenty of storage in the cabin and in the bathroom. Great balcony, totally uninterrupted view. Did not hear a sound from the rooms either side of us. Also read it was noisy because it was just above the theatre - this was not the case at all.
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Cabin 7246
we were in cabin 7246 . for 2 people it was big enough and beautiful. loved the balcony . it was a few room from centre of the ship i thought it was wonderful .
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Cabin 8305
Nice ship, but not for me dancingcruiselady
good cabin design, but drawers too small. we were unfortunate to have noisy neibours, tv on at 6 most morning and very loud.otherwise the cabin was ok. good bathroom. comfortable bed.
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Cabin 6240
Great time had by all... northwest family

I can't remember but I think it was 6240. Our room was quiet!

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Cabin 1409
This cabin was dead aft; concierge class. My husband chose this cabin because he liked to be able to see the view from Port and Starboard. That part was great. And, the bonus was the long walk to the cabin several times a day, when we compensated for the great food! A typical balcony cabin; we were unable to figure out any other reason to choose concierge class in the future. The afternoon canapes were uninteresting and not worth eating; the bottle of sparkling wine was flat dreadful and when I tried to get some help from the concierge my call was never returned. While this didn't, at all, spoil any part of the cruise, it was a lesson learned. We wouldn't spend money for a concierge class cabin again.
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Cabin 9284
We had an oceanview balcony on deck 9, room 9284. It had ample space for your clothes but they could give you some more hangers. The bathroom and shower for fine. We were on the hump and right in the middle of the ship and very close to the center elevators which was very convenient. Not noisy at all and was a great location. We were on the starboard side. I think either side would have been OK.
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Cabin 9237
We found our cabin and balcony to be excellent ---only distraction is we could here the band way down on the third deck atrium too late into the night. More than enough storage space, the bed very comfortable --balcony a good size, bathroom great, with roomy shower - and folding doors instead of a curtain. TV system very helpful and clear.
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Small in size, good location, but moldy....
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Cabin 7244
Cabin 7244, category 2A, mid-ship, well laid out, bed near bathroom, ample storage space, quiet, close to elevators. Balcony overlooks life boats, but otherwise view is unobscured.
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Balcony cabin forward on deck 7. Nice size and very quiet location. Closet ample for 7 days but could've been larger for a longer cruise. Balcony adequate with table large enough to have breakfast on. Full size leather sofa and coffee table nice almost comparable to mini suites on other ships.
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Cabin 7227
Cabin 7227 was very large and lots of space. The balcony was larger then RCCL. Had lots of room to move and the bathroom was great.
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Cabin 7231
Staterooms 7231 & 7235 Our cabins (we had two) were situated on Deck 7 on the "hump". In comparison to Princess, our cabins could only be described as a step up to the standard balcony cabin we would normally book. Our room had the settee near the bathroom, the bed (very comfortable) by the balcony. The sofa sat opposite a wall-mounted flat-screen TV (with interactive elements to allow you, in theory, to see your bill online, order excursions, view your photos etc). I say 'in theory' as we somehow managed to add the same photo to the basket about 19 times and then couldn't find the delete button. I wouldn't mind, but it's wasn't even a photo we particularly liked nor wanted... unless, of course, I knew how to shave about 20lb off my profile with Paintshop Pro! The wardrobe/drawer space was more than adequate with ample hangers provided. The bathroom was, in contrast to Princess, a real success... if only for the generous size of the shower cubicle and the proper screen (as opposed to a curtain). There was more than enough storage space for your toiletries etc. The only negative here would be the size of towels. A couple of bath sheets definitely wouldn't have gone amiss and we resorted to using the beach towels that were provided instead. Please note both of our balconies were slightly affected by the infamous X! Approximately a third of each one had a triangular shaped tinted film applied to the glass. I can honestly say this would not deter me from booking these staterooms again. For us it really wasn't a big deal or something to get worked up about. You can see through it and I suppose I would describe it as like looking through a tinted car windscreen. I might feel a bit differently about a stateroom with the entire glass tinted, but as ours was only partially obscured it was fine. The proximity of our cabin to the bank of lifts was a great bonus and the location itself was very quiet with little or no through traffic other than from those folk in neighbouring staterooms. That said we had families with young children on either side of our stateroom. Noise travels and we could, most evenings, hear crying through the walls. This led to the conclusion that the partition walls could be better sound proofed. Mind you I got my own back by causing my own disturbance when we finally disembarked at 6am on the 17th. Believe me there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth... such was my reluctance to get off the ship.
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Cabin 8232
Wall mounted flat screen TV projects too much sound into adjacent cabin! We were on the "Bump" at midship. I recommend others choose elsewhere, as there is too much wind to use the balcony at cruising speed, along with the noise from the wind passing around the partitions.
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Cabin 7177
Good location. Near elevators, but not too close. Large bathroom a plus.
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Cabin 8323
No complaints at all. All in all a perfect cabin.
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Cabin 9176
Adequate Storage space, great showers with nice doors, pristine room, palacio ship, huge common areas.
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