We had an AquaClass Cabin which was well worth the extra money as cabin facilities were superb and the exclusive dining only for AquaClass in the Blu restaurant was good. Also we had an option to use the Main Dining. This class of cabin also gave us free entrance into the Persian Gardens Spa which was well worth having. The AquaClass Cabins are in a superb area. They are next to the suites so very quiet. They have a spa lounge at end of corridor with double loungers overlooking the sea. There is available hot and cold drinks but tends to be very quiet like a library!! The balconies were of a good size and ideal to chill out on and read a book. Very little noise from adjacent cabins so assume walls are thick. Stewards were very discreet and ours was not quite so jolly as on previous cruises. This may be good for some people but we enjoy the banter. Cannot fault her service though. New cupboards above bed so lots of storage. Missed drawers in bedside lockers though but lots of drawers in bathroom. Plus a fantastic shower to die for and fluffy robes etc.
The service was of a 5 star quality and there was a air of tranquility on board. There was also every type of music and exclusive dining available if wanted. We were worried about taking a transatlantic trip as it was our first but need not have been. We actually found so much to entertain us whilst at sea we ran out of time. The luxury of six days doing exactly what and when you wanted was quite sublime. After talking to fellow guests we found no-one dissatisfied with their cabins at any level. So we look forward to our next trip on the Equinox as would return in a flash.