We just returned from a great trip abord The Equinox. The ship has a cool vibe to it, and some areas of the ship reminded me of a South Beach hotel.
We were in #7208 one that had a larger balcony than most. Closet space,
storage space was more than on most of the other ships we have been on
(and we had lots and lots of luggage!) Great TV! Near elevator, but not
too close to be a problem with noise etc. I would rebook this room.
Compact "friendly" bathroom with plenty of drawers and shelves. Good
shower too. I , noticed that a fellow passenger complained about paper thin walls, and though that was not a "problem" for us, we did on occassion hear our neighbors, and beside that fact, the ship oozes of quality.
The specialty restaurants (especially Morano + Michel's Pub) are beautifuly appointed with amazing food and service as well. After thirteen days I was bored of the selections up at the buffet,and main dining room food was nothing to complain about, but nothing to rave about either (I managed to put on around six pounds anyway) I should mention that due to the hectic pace of all of the tours we only dined in the main dining room four times.
The staff throughout the ship was top notch ( I couln't smile 24/7!) When other passengers asked "Are you enjoying your trip?" my answer was always "there's nothing to complain about". In retrospect though I should mention the cost and service of internet aboard. I purchased the $99 package for I believe 240 minutes and I am glad I did since connections are VERY slowww and you waste lots of time. Since we were staying in Rome after the cruise, Celebrity provided the transport back into Rome. That was a shortcoming, since we had to wait for about 45 minutes for taxis to get us to our hotel. None were waiting. It was a pity to end an exceptionaly wonderful cruise on this negative note.