Junior Suite with Veranda (XJ): Celebrity Xpedition Cabin Reviews

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11 Reviews
Features a (non-convertible) queen size bed, floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that lead to your personal veranda, sitting area with a junior convertible sofa (for a guest up to 5'6' and 150 lbs), TV, direct dial telephone, and private bathroom.

Junior Suite with Veranda (XJ)
Decks: Deck 5
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Junior Suite with Veranda Cabin Reviews
Cabin 503
Apr 2017
It was a great cabin. It was compact but roomy enough for us. We truly enjoyed the balcony!
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Cabin 509
Jan 2017
Smallest suite on the ship with a private balcony - bathroom and shower are very small - People Of Size would have a very difficult time in this space - The Junior Suite has both a full-size (NOT Queen) bed and twin-size sofa bed which was also very comfortable - nice linens and the air con sufficiently cooled the room. We LOVED our private balcony which allowed us to sit outside in the morning with coffee or at night under the endless stars on display. Would've been nice to have a coffee maker in the room but it was available from 6 am on each morning on the aft deck, just a few steps away from our room. Nice small mini-fridge which was stocked with various soft drinks and water. A small plate of sliced fresh fruits showed up in our room after the morning excursions, and a few small amuse-bouche-size appetizers appeared in the afternoon. A bottle of champagne the day of arrival and another bottle of cabernet sauvignon later in the week. Wonderful Ecuadorian chocolates on our pillows every night with turn-down service.
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Cabin 602
May 2016
Plenty of room, Air conditioning more than adequate, quiet. Nearby gym and hot tub deck were basically inactive the entire cruise, so noise was never an issue. Bed is very comfortable. Previously posted concerns about the room being hot never seemed to arise, though we did close the drapes at times when sunshine would have been pouring directly into room. OUtside temp was typically high 20's ({+/- 85) and the ship remained comfortable throughout. The stateroom's deck is quite narrow and wide. While we generally prefer to have an outside deck when we cruise in warm climates, there were several areas outside, usually with table space available, frequented by other guests. The cruise is quite small and intimate ---- most guests seemed to quickly connect with a few other guests, and then socialize with them throughout the cruise ------ so the private deck was not as useful as normally for us. IN short, the deck, while being a nice private escape for us, was smaller, less functional and therefore less utilized by us than on our previous Celebrity cruises.
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Cabin 506
May 2015
Bucket List By: Kentucky Girl
Cabin was large, had a desk, balcony and was nice but could use a facelift.
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Cabin 509
Feb 2015
Well Organized Adventure By: artlovingfoodie
Our suite was smaller than any regular balcony room we've ever been in but cosy and super clean. We loved having a balcony to watch the stars at night and the circumnavigation around kicker rock. After seeing several suites did not at all think it worth the extra expense for the little bit of room-- you will spend little time there. Shower large and comfortable, bathroom very nice. Bed was double butted up against the wall, but no issue for two tall people.
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Cabin 509
Sep 2011
Junior Suite. Small, but had a balcony. Across from the Captain.
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