This a spacious 170 square-foot stateroom with a generous view of the ocean. You'll appreciate contemporary artwork, a mini bar and a fully-loaded entertainment center along with Summit's many added amenities.
Cabin was bigger than the one we stayed in on the Royal Carribean. The large mirrors on the wall made it feel spacious and the big porthole window was nice.
The complimentary toiletries are of terrible quality ingredients - they should look at changing their supplier.
Very disappointed that you couldn't watch a movie in the room without paying $15 plus tax and gratuities each time. The outdoor cinema could not be used in the rain as there was no cover.
Robes and slippers and chocolates at the turndown service are a nice touch. Some complimentary water in the room would have been a nice gesture Read entire member review >>
We had 4 cabins located in close proximity. They were all ocean view and fine. We must have been near an engine as we were low on deck and at night we could sometimes here a "thunder" but it was infrequent and not in the middle of the night. There is no towel art which was a bit disappointing, but chocolate left at night on pillows. The bathrooms could use a bit of a makeover as there was one cracked tile and the grout needed bleaching, but it was acceptable. Otherwise everything was great. Read entire member review >>
See comments above. The stateroom is located next to crew quarters separated by a door, which slams when entered or exited at all hours of the day and night interrupting our sleep. But the stateroom attendant was excellent! Read entire member review >>
Large Window was nice. We had problems with the bathroom. First the toilet had a bad smell but once we asked our cabin steward and showed him, the smell lessened. Then we had a clean water leak from the toilet when you flushed. We reported this but it was never repaired during our cruise. I had to keep a towel on the floor. Other than this, we enjoyed the room. The "sofa" is really just an overstuffed chair. The desk and chair sat in the corner of the room by the window which was nice for looking out. Great location on the ship as it is close to the elevators, stairs, guest relations, shore excursions and one of the meeting rooms where they held the ipad/iphone classes. We also exited from this deck at most posts. Read entire member review >>
We were moved to this Cabin because we experienced high levels of night time noise in our original cabin (2181).
I actually don't know the category of the cabin. It had a big window, ocean view. The site makes me select one, but I am guessing.
The bed was situated side on to the window. 2181 had the bed positioned longways, with the bedhead against the window.
The toiletries provided fall through the little wire mesh basket in the shower, so be prepared to dive around on the floor chasing tubes of shampoo if you use the ships' supplies.There is a drying line in the shower. This was very useful to us, as we use the gym daily and can wash out our gym stuff and have them dry by the next day.
The bed is firm enough and comfortable. There is an abundance of different towel sizes. The upkeep of the grouting would not win a World Best Standard award, and there was a lot of silicon present. Our toilet broke and was repaired very promptly . Lots of storage and our suitcases fitted under the bed. Read entire member review >>
Small but serviceable and always clean - there were 3 of us in an Ocean View stateroom. My 18 year-old daughter slept on a single that pulled out from a "chair/small sofa" that she said was very comfortable. Our double bed was also very comfortable. We were on deck 3 just feet away from Guest Relations - convenient and not noisy (somehow). Next time I would spring for a bigger room with a balcony...it would have been nice to just sit on my own balcony with my coffee in the morning or a glass of wine in the evening... Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7002 is much larger than a standard outside or balcony cabin. It was 25 feet by 9-10 feet and you have a very large front facing window. It has two beds and a sofa bed and a makeup table and another table and two chairs under the window. There is motion this far up front but is was ok for us. Be advised the price for having such a secluded and quiet room is the distance that must be traveled to get elsewhere on the ship. We did not mind the walking as it was good exercise but if you have mobility issues then pick something amidships. Read entire member review >>
We were in #2164 with amazing attendants, Anthony and Parague. They were friendly, knew our names on sight, and kept the cabin very clean. The room location is convenient to the Midship stairs/elevator, the route to disembark for the days in Bermuda Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was clean and comfortable. We always had plenty of toilet paper and tissues. The shower pressure was good and the shower drained well. It was never too hot or too cold in the room and there is an individual thermostat to set to your liking. We received robes for use on board and beach towels in our stateroom. There was the issue of the door slamming outside our cabin. But we alerted the staff and it was resolved to our satisfaction (actually Celebrity went above and beyond!). Read entire member review >>
Cabin - Our cabin was an outside cabin with a window. Of course, the room is small, but it was very nice. Our cabin steward was fantastic. We never lacked for anything and he responded to any requests very quickly. The bathroom is tiny and the shower curtain was moldy. The bathroom tile needs replacing. Read entire member review >>
Noel took care of our cabin. He always made sure it was cleaned, turned down at appropriate times and stocked with towels. We loved the chocolate covered oreos!! We had an ocean view room it was more than enough space for us. Read entire member review >>
This cabin is one of the newer ones on deck three that was added. It has a larger window than most Oceanview staterooms and it is in a very quiet hallway. We never heard anyone outside our cabin. There is a public bathroom on the other side of the cabin but again, there was no noise from it. In fact, the only time we ever heard noise was around 5 am on the last morning as they were moving all the check in and check out stuff onto the promenade deck.
Despite the cabin being clean and comfortable we have decided that the oceanview is not for us. We have been happier with insides than looking out the window and not having a balcony. I know, it makes no sense but I'd prefer and inside than an oceanview. Of course, for our next cruise we have again book a balcony. Read entire member review >>
We absolutely loved this stateroom. It's immediately after the balcony cabins and the area that would have been a balcony is enclosed making extra livable space. The table is located there with an extra chair. You also get a sofa that's a hide bed, has adequate room to pull out and can sleep two. It's also quiet as the officer cabins are on the other side. It's convenient to the pools, the theater and the casino. Our cabin stewards, Mario and Acajoe were great. Read entire member review >>
Cabin (stateroom) was on the 9th deck. There were 11 decks but basically 9th was the highest general deck. The sound insulation in the cabin was amazing. You literally would not hear anything from the neighboring cabins.Cabin was the size of a japanese hotel room. It was small but managable. There was a small love-seat sized couch, a small desk, a small table, the bed was queen/king sized. The bathroom was roomy for a stateroom. There was plenty of closet space. The tv was the only thing lacking- not that we used it, but it was propped high up and weird to watch.We had a balcony with an amazing view of the water. One of the best parts of the cruise was that we could lay in bed for hours just listening to the water. Read entire member review >>
3063 and 3065 were directly across from the room service galley. DO NOT STAY in these rooms if you are a light sleeper. The crew allows the door to slam and it slams quite often. Read entire member review >>
Room 2001. Average size. Shower in the bathroom was very nice! The drawers for our clothing were directly across from the bathroom door, so always had to be careful not to make a quick exit from the bathroom. Not a lot of shelf space but there were a lot of drawers. Only 2 shelves in bathroom for vanity items.
Not a lot of areas to hang damp swimsuits for drying. Very clean room!! Read entire member review >>
Following our first cruise, we were prepared to take an interior cabin, given the minimal time spent there. However, when we booked, we given a good deal on an exterior with a view, so we took it. The view was fine, it was unobstructed and the cabin was clean. We actually visited a cabin on the 8th deck and the only significant difference was a veranda, and like I said, we spend little time in the cabin, so why pay for it? The only real problem we had as far as the room was concerned was noise. The walls were paper thin and so too was the door. Incredibly, there were people (and small children) running and screaming down the hallway at 2 and 3 in the MORNING! I have no idea if more expensive cabins have better sound characteristics, of if higher prices simply keep out the riff-raff. Read entire member review >>
Though we were on the lowest deck for guests, we loved the location of this room. It has a large ocean view window that allowed a lot of light into the room (when curtains are opened) and gave us island views as we arrived in ports. The bed was very comfortable (two twin beds joined, but couldn't feel the connector) with clean, crisp linens, extra pillows on request, and smelled clean. Our bedding, furniture, carpet and walls were all in good conditions and very clean. Ample closet with suitcase pull-downs for unpacking, drawers under the safe and shelf, extra storage above TV for tan lotion and such. Bathroom was adequate with shelves for toiletries, tile floors. Shower had slide bar and removable handheld. Only negative: stained tile grout in shower stall, which was clean but obviously older. Shower curtain was clean and mildew free. Since the boat is being refurbished this month, I'm guessing that the baths will be brand new. Our room was located near the center of the ship, so it felt very stable, even in rougher waves. It was near the elevators, but not so close that we could hear people waiting for them. We didn't hear anyone on either side of us. We also did not hear any of the public areas above us, it was quiet and peaceful any time we were in it (with the exception of children running and screaming in the halls in the early a.m. which was a discourtesy on the part of our fellow passengers with younger children, and not something the ship crew can prevent.) We loved our room! Read entire member review >>
Fantastic forward facing cabin with extra floor space. Bed faces large window. View of heliport.
Cabin door is on right side of bed. Large space between bed and bathroom, with
a long corridor shaped space between the bathroom and the closet area.
Extremely quiet. Read entire member review >>
Ocean view with large window. Although near a crew entrance door, there was never a noise issue. I think they tried hard not to slam doors, etc. Limited drawer space (normal but still limited). Take your own hangers or have the "hanger war" with your partner. Read entire member review >>
Fine ocean view room, the view from the window is good as you are right down on the water. The room is across from a crew access door that gets a bit of traffic but noise was never an issue for us! Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was near the elevator and stairs under the theater and we feared it would be a noisy place but we had no reason to worry. It was quiet and we hardly heard any noise. Actually, it was quite convenient to be such a short hop from the theater. It was pretty much your standard oceanview cabin though the one mirrored wall gave a sense of spaciousness. Closet space was quite ample. Bathroom was, well, the bathroom. Read entire member review >>
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