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.
Our cabin was satisfactory. It was obvious if had been refurnished, and it was done well. The only thing that appeared dated was the bathroom, which had an old style shower with curtain and it was quite small. It was effective though so really no complaints.
As for noise, it was very quite for the most part. The exception being that you could hear other doors in the hall way close if they were closed forcefully. We were close to the aft stairwell which made getting to the theater and the revelations lounge very easy. The window was large and had room to store things (or sit in, in my husbands case) so that was a nice perk.
Overall, no complaints for the room. I found we had plenty of storage space for the 2 of us. Would recommend it. Read entire member review >>
Comfortable beds. Plenty of hangers. Only ONE OUTLET for charging phones or using a blow dryer and it was over by the window without good lighting for the mirror. No outlet in bathroom. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was clean. The storage is a bit odd. The vanity cabiet is a weird shape, not much fits in th side doors. Our steward did a good job daily but seemed to forget things from time to time. Ice for example. The cabin waas big enough for two people. I requested teh shdower curtain be replaced-it needed a good washing. Our steward was back within a few mintues to chagne it.Very quick response time We didn't ahe any hand towels upon our arrival but a simpel request was greeted with "my pleasure" and the towels were quickly supplied. Read entire member review >>
Pick this cabin. It is the last forward oceanview before the balconies start an is at least 12 feet longer than all the other cabins in the row making it feel like a suite. All was clean and comfortable with one exception. When they put the 2 beds together, usually there is a gap filler that makes it feel like 1 big bed. They didn't have those and was a little annoying. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 3111 is on deck 3 and it is the first cabin between the Guest Services desk and the Captains Club Concierge. There are a few offices between the cabin and the lobby area. It is very convenient to everything being midship and was perfect the night we had horrible weather and rough seas. The room and bathroom show wear and the mattress needs replacement but it was kept extremely clean and the cabin Stewart put an additional egg crate type mattress cover to help us sleep. We transferred to a balcony cabin due to a plumbing issue the last two nights and found the size of the balcony cabin not any bigger nor in better shape than what we had the rest of the cruise. In fact, we preferred the midship location of the oceanview cabin.
Having Elite status with Celebrity we were able to get cappuccinos from 8-10 in the Tuscan Grill where the Elite and Elite Plus passengers were given their continental breakfast as an additional dining choice. Our cabin location was on the same floor which made it easy to slip out and get an extra cup of specialty coffee. Read entire member review >>
We loved the location of our cabin, being tucked away between mid and aft elevators, across from the conference room. This was a very quiet hallway, and a short distance to the grand foyer, main restaurant, and the Rendezvous lounge. The window was oversized and provided a great view. I will mention that we normally book a balcony, but it was not missed at all on this cruise. Read entire member review >>
Room was nice and well maintained. Lots of storage. Bed was comfy with four pillows, some soft some harder. Glad they still provide bathrobes. Shower has a curtain but does not stick to you like some do and long enough that very little water leaked out of shower. Our room steward was very good and attentive to our needs. Good location and quiet. Read entire member review >>
Large window (6 ft. diameter) in a quiet corridor close to mid-ship. Toilet is a newer model, sits a little higher. Cloth shower curtain. Use a hanger with clips from your closet to weigh it down on the bottom so the curtain does not hug you when taking a shower.
Plenty of light fixtures and a newer model safe. If beds are put together leave a gap, ask for a proper "egg crate" mattress cover. Convenient rarely-used public washroom steps away from the door. Read entire member review >>
Great location on the ship, easy to find. It had a large round Oceanview window on starboard side, under the promenade (yet quiet), 26” flat screen TV (interactive), good showerhead, but a cloth curtain which gets changed regularly. We had 3 minor issues with the room but all were quickly rectified by technical crew and cabin steward. Cabin has a good layout with mirrors, lights, bed in the middle and single sofa chair by the window, ample storage. Safe, fridge, good closet space with hangers. We usually get a balcony but this oceanview cabin was more than satisfactory. Read entire member review >>
We actually choose a ocean view guarantee and were assigned cabin 3140. We couldn't have been happier, once on board. I had some concerns due to us being at the rear elevators, but it was very quiet and we hardly ever saw anyone near the elevators; except servers bringing breakfast up in the morning. The cabin had a very large window. I could put my arms out and just reach the sides. It was cool in the cabin except for the days in Bermuda if we left the curtains opened. The Bermudian sun can really warm up a cabin. There were two shelves to the left on the mirror and sink to put items and underneath the sink. The shower was a bit larger that most cruises we have been on. They did provide shampoo, conditioner, and soap; but they were not in dispensers in the shower. I always prefer my own. The closet had 3 doors. 2 opened to the closet where you could hang your clothes and had a pull down for shirts, etc on top and bottom. The other door had the safe and I believe there were 5 or 6 drawers to put clothes. Also there were a few shelves. Above the television there were shelves. Also, there were two small tables with lamps on each side of the bed and they each had 2 drawers and the desk area have two doors on each side with a shelf for storage. There was more than enough room for the 2 of us to put our things. The bed was quiet firm, but got used to it by the end of the week. There was a chair and a glass table in front of the window and across from the desk. The wall on one side had mirrors which gave the effect that the room was larger. Overall, we were very pleased with our cabin and our room steward. Read entire member review >>
Loved the room and location - lots of places to put your things - room was small but well organized and would request it again. Shower seemed very spacious. Bed and pillows were very comfortable and high quality linens Read entire member review >>
Stateroom was adequate, if a little cramped; they usually are! Our stateroom attendant was impressively cheerful, fast, and ninja-like. She always stopped to say hello and have a chat, though! She was the only staff member I felt was deserving of a tip (although we tipped pretty much everyone). The bathroom in the cabin was a bit smaller than usual, I feel, but was still manageable. Unfortunately, due to utter lack of entertainment on board the ship, I spent a fair amount of time in my cabin! Read entire member review >>
How can you design a cabin where normal sized luggage does not fit under the bed and has to be piled on top of that otherwise useless half couch?Cabin had almost no shelf space and very little counter space. If all you brought were cloths on hangers you were fine.We could not take a shower the first day because the water was scalding hot, no cold water. Read entire member review >>
Very clean, room was nice size....plenty of storage. Loved having a clothes line in the room to hang wet clothing. Bathroom was very comfortable, given it's size. We would book this again! Read entire member review >>
Chose this cabin based on info on CC. I had never been in an ov or an inside before, so wasn't sure how I would like it. No worries - the cabin was great! I loved the large window and being closed to the water. The room was a little smaller than a veranda, but it really was just fine. There was what I would call a medium "hum" from the engines (I think), but after the first night, I didn't notice it at all. Kinda acted like a sound machine. Read entire member review >>
cabin 9000 was larger that most ocean view rooms, and that was great. But the crew door next to it slammed all night long as crew passed through it and allowed it to slam. Some crew did hold it and closed it more quietly, but many did not. Was not good for light sleepers. Read entire member review >>
The stateroom was very typical of others I've experienced.. It was clean and comfortable. The bathroom was better than either Carnival or Royal Caribbean with a real walk-on shower and plenty of storage space for toiletries. Closet space was more than adequate. Read entire member review >>
6012 handicapped accessible
quiet, but one of the bumpiest places in a storm, (front of ship seemed to rock more in high seas). We found ourselves seeking midship lower decks during high seas. Read entire member review >>
Bathroom and TV needs updating (but will get it at the end of the year). The ocean-view rooms have very large portholes and the room has a small pull-out sofa in it, giving us another place to store stuff and making the room seem very spacious. The beds are extremely small (1/2 of a queen) but I guess that's why the room seems so big. Lots of closest space and storage drawers. There is a fridge and hair dryer but both are old and not effective (although I assume these will be replaced at the end of the year as well). Read entire member review >>
3095 was a very nice room. Well maintained, clean, and well organized. We did not like the overhead spotlights shining in your eyes over the bed that came on when the hall light was turned on. Read entire member review >>
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