Clean, Tidy and great cabin steward. Poor was the bunk bed that come down from the ceiling especially when we specifically asked for a bed that was fold out sofa lounge type bed that we could fold back in the day which would allow any of my family and I to sleep comfortably on and as shown in the illustrations in the brochures. Tried to get upgrade but could not get anyone to respond back to us except to say there system was down and after three days of asking we finally gave up as no one got back to us and we were sick of queue in lines at customer services. Read entire member review >>
We had an interior stateroom which was fine. You don't need to pay thousands of dollars extra to have a balcony or a window - you don't go on a cruise to stay in your room. We were very happy with our room which had two single beds set together plus they pulled down a pullman bed from the roof which swings out from the side (there were 3 of us - 1 adult, 2 kids). The only problem we had was by the last day we'd run out of tissues and toilet paper. The steward should have replaced the spare toilet paper earlier in the trip. I had to send my son down the corridor to find a staff member and get some more toilet paper. Read entire member review >>
Very small, but we new this and if you want a bigger room you need to pay for it. Although we found it small it was still fun as we were all close together. The walls are paper thin so you can hear everything. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was ridiculously small for the 4 of us but we are not used to being in such close confinement with each other. Our stateroom attendant, Naville was fantastic. We also had a nasty incident when my son vomited everywhere one night. It was awful. The staff came immediately, shampooed and vacuumed our room, thoroughly cleaned etc. That room was shampooed 4 times in the end to get the smell out. Naville did everything in his power to make our room comfortable again for us. Read entire member review >>
Its located above the kitchen. Don't get this room - you will not sleep because they start washing up at 1 am until 4 am and from 4 am the cook starts to prepare breakfast. This is the worst room on the ship. Read entire member review >>
Only used to retire/sleep/change/watch tv or moviesSmall bathroom (4x4) 1 person at a timeDon't change in your room if your room mate is about to come in - disturbing stories where people have come in to see their roomie butt naked - plus the room faces the hall so passers by can cope an eye full.Only use the room if you want peace and quiet or other* Room is pretty sound proof, but you can hear the kids running down the hall from inside.you don't really need the virtual screen as you go outside to see it in person. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was an inside 8433. On the ship’s deck plans, it looked like it was near the stairs and elevators and was the closest to the middle of the ship from the aft section. What we didn’t know was it was actually a dead end and the library was between us and the elevators. We were told we could use the emergency exit into the library instead of walking all the way to the aft of the ship and back down the centre. Having no one walking past the room or no neighbours opposite us, it was a quiet cabin. The carpets, bedding and TV were all new and it was more spacious than a Princess inside cabin but not as much storage space but still adequate for our needs. Being able to use the TV to access your on board account was useful. Our room attendant was efficient. We had 4 days with a non flushing toilet problem but it was attended to. We always bring a non aerosol air freshener with us and that was used on those days. Read entire member review >>
9279. Interior cabin was adequate to our needs.Might have chosen to have a separate bed arrangement cause it was a bit of a squeeze to get around a queen size. Would do again as the lack of sunlight meant that I actually slept in a bit better! Air con was a bit weaker than we hoped (but that was a ship wide issue hoping to be fixed in the refurb) Read entire member review >>
Enjoyed our inside cabin's location just one deck up from Cafe Promenade. Some guests didn't like the longer trek aft to dining locations, but we regarded it as a fitness opportunity. We think RC design is masterful in providing adequate storage space for two and an excellent bathroom. I even had room (barely) to do yoga. Read entire member review >>
Cabin had tons of storage. A family of 4 who clearly overpacked, ended up with room for everything. The stateroom decorations and color schemes are out of date. The loveseat was very uncomfortable! Our room still had an old TV not a flat screen like some rooms had. The cabin accommodated 4 people for sleeping very nicely. The ladders to reach the bunks can be stored in the closet so that they do not block the floor space, TV, mini-fridge, safe, and storage unit. Read entire member review >>
Generally quiet apart from last night when there was constant clattering and banging. Don't know if it was from baggage collection, but I got about 2 hours' sleep. Very compact for 4 people. We had to keep it really tidy or it would have been unbearable. V. convenient for lifts, MDR, Windjammer, main pool and children's activity areas. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was clean , We were in cabins 7131 and 7133 try not to book theses rooms as you wont get any sleep. They are beside the lift that the staff use and it so noisy , believe me it never stop with them doing their work. I understand they have to get things done but NOT ALL NIGHT. Read entire member review >>
First time in a cabin parallel to hall way very cramped Would not book this cabin again. Too many cost cutting in RCL no tea or coffee on deck after 9pm No desserts after 9pm. We do not drink or party so found this very upsetting. Celebrity keeps the Cafeteria open till at least 11pm Read entire member review >>
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