Aqua Class Balcony
This stateroom features two convertible lower beds, floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, private balcony, large sitting area (some with sofa bed), refrigerator, TV, mini-bar, and bathroom with bathtub and/or shower. These staterooms offer extra touches such as priority luggage delivery, welcome champagne, fresh flowers, afternoon appetizers and priority embarkation/disembarkation.

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Aqua Class Balcony (A1) Cabin Reviews

Our cabin was very nice. Loved the balcony. We got FOX News, CNN and ESPN on the TV so we could stay caught up on news with what was happening in the US. Also TV provided channels of ship activities and map of where were sailing. ... Read More
Our cabin was very nice. Loved the balcony. We got FOX News, CNN and ESPN on the TV so we could stay caught up on news with what was happening in the US. Also TV provided channels of ship activities and map of where were sailing. Shower was interesting (several different water spouts to rinse certain areas of your body:) Wish I had one of these showers at home! Read Less
Sail Date July 2016
OUR STATEROOM, 954: I was very happy with the size and layout of our balcony stateroom; it was almost equal to a Princess mini-suite. The shower was much larger than on Princess (I think a Princess mini-suite has a tub, but a balcony ... Read More
OUR STATEROOM, 954: I was very happy with the size and layout of our balcony stateroom; it was almost equal to a Princess mini-suite. The shower was much larger than on Princess (I think a Princess mini-suite has a tub, but a balcony stateroom has a tiny shower). I also liked the little loveseat sofa, although we tended to use it as a place to stack worn clothes much of the time. I really disliked the location of the TV, which was only usable while laying in bed. I do not like watching television in bed. They need to move the TV to in front of the sofa. As a practical matter we never watched the TV once, since we couldn’t watch it from the sofa. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
Staterooms: The Staterooms in Concierge and Agua Class are similar in size and layout, our friends were in Concierge on deck 8 (Room 8132) and we were Agua Class on Deck 11 (Room 1125). The two attendants in Aqua were very pleasant and ... Read More
Staterooms: The Staterooms in Concierge and Agua Class are similar in size and layout, our friends were in Concierge on deck 8 (Room 8132) and we were Agua Class on Deck 11 (Room 1125). The two attendants in Aqua were very pleasant and helpful. The bathroom shower was just OK but not great, it lacked power. The binoculars were not working but these were replaced. Overall no real issues with our stateroom. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
Beautiful Connie! : Cabin 1115
This was a spacious cabin with balcony. It had the fancy shower system which was great and fog free mirror. Loved the deck 11 open air balcony without a roof. Great for star gazing at night. Even though it was open at the top we still ... Read More
This was a spacious cabin with balcony. It had the fancy shower system which was great and fog free mirror. Loved the deck 11 open air balcony without a roof. Great for star gazing at night. Even though it was open at the top we still only had 4-6 hours of sun a day . The bed was very comfortable. Loads of storage-we had empty cupboards! Bad thing was it was across from a staff door that banged and slammed from 6am until 11pm. This staff door needs a silent closer on it to stop it from slamming as staff would bring trollies, etc. out of it and no-one caught the door so it would not slam. Read Less
Sail Date February 2016
We booked an Aqua Class stateroom - one of the new ones (1114) on Deck 11 that was added during the 2013 dry dock. The new staterooms are located in the back of the ship and are secluded from general traffic flow so they are very quiet. ... Read More
We booked an Aqua Class stateroom - one of the new ones (1114) on Deck 11 that was added during the 2013 dry dock. The new staterooms are located in the back of the ship and are secluded from general traffic flow so they are very quiet. Yet they are conveniently located one deck above the Oceanview Cafe (buffet) & Sunset Bar, so you can quickly pop down for drinks, meals, or bringing back drinks/snacks (like pizza & sushi that we like to do for watching port sailaways from our balcony). Aft elevators & stairs are nearby for easy access to all the lower level dining rooms. The room was bright & airy with all light color woods and lots of mirrors. The room had a curved queen bed configuration, sofa, glass coffee table, desk, and chair. It really felt more like a mini-suite (to compare to Princess) than a balcony stateroom. Plenty of storage areas in the cabinets, closet, and wall niches. The bathroom was truly first class - fog free mirror, glass door shower with a wall of water shower head, and under vanity storage. The hair dryer though is the annoying kind where you have to keep holding in the on button. The cabin even had that new cabin smell! Read Less
Sail Date December 2015

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