When you stay in a Celebrity Concierge Class Stateroom on Celebrity Constellation, you will receive these added amenities and more: Welcome champagne, Daily fruit selection, Fresh-cut flowers, Daily hors d'oeuvre, Menu of pillows, Duvets and pillow-top mattresses, Leather key holder, personalized stationery and tote bag, Double-thick Frette bathrobes, Hansgrohe showerhead, VIP invitations to events, Early embarkation and debarkation.
The most important thing to know about cabins on the Celebrity Constellation is the lack of outlets. There are no bedside outlets, so you will need a long extension cord if you need something plugged in. And there are 2 (North American) slot outlets and 2 (European) round outlets on the desk. Bring a small power bar if you need more, for you laptop, phone, tablet, battery charger, etc... There is no outlet in the bathroom for razors or toothbrushes. Otherwise the cabins are all about the same. Read entire member review >>
Was in good order and maintained well. We chose Concierge as they are bigger than standard verandahs on this class. Afternoon canapes were hopeless and we cancelled after a few days as they were not worth having. Read entire member review >>
Cabin basically ticked all the boxes. The only issue with the cabin was the reduced size of the balcony which also lacked privacy. The cabin attendant was exceptional. Plenty of storage, good bathroom (except there are no power outlets). Read entire member review >>
Cabin was midships deck 8 however it was opposite a service door which we weren't aware of when we booked so there was initially some noise until we reported it and the door closure was adjusted..
Needed updating, marks on carpets, curtains and furniture..Plenty of wardrobe space and storage in the cabin..Hand held hairdryer..Bathroom bijoux, again sufficient storage, no bath but the shower was a decent size with a curtain which was an issue as the sea was calm but make sure the curtain is long enough or water will spill over.. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was ok but we have seen much better on other cruise ships in similar Prices cabins. The shower curtain was too short so that we always had a wet bathroom. The beed Sheets were full of holes(!!!!), even after they had been changed. The cabin Steward was very slow and the cabin hardly ever made before noon (when returning from trips). A lot of things missing upon departure: bathrobes, bathroom amendities (what do we do with 5 conditioners and nothing else?), laundry bag, etc Read entire member review >>
the cabin was slightly larger than a balcony cabin but it was a bit tired and needs some TLC.
The pillows were horrible. We tried every different kind of pillow they had so I ended up sleeping on the cushion off the lounge.
Everyone we spoke to complained about the pillows. So bring your own. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was spacious (for a cruise ship) and the balcony was nice. The midship location was perfect to access the elevators, library, pool deck and buffet restaurant. The concierge portion is not worth it in my opinion. The additional perks were almost laughable. The daily canapés were horrible (and tiny) and essentially were only good for stinking up the room. We had a door to an adjoining room and the noise that came through that door was loud and disturbing. I highly suggest that you book a cabin without an adjoining door. Read entire member review >>
The location of the cabin on the ship was very good. We were close enough to the elevators without it being noisy. It was also in close proximity to the concierge desk. The storage in the room was ample and the room was clean. My biggest complaint was the furniture. The sofa bed was old and needed to be tossed out. We chose not to use it. The "smart tv" also gave us a few problems when we tried viewing it for shore information or to order room service. We did not hear any outside noise from the floors above but would occasionally hear the tv of the cabin next to us. Read entire member review >>
There were 3 of us in this cabin but it didn't feel too cramped. It was well designed with lots of storage space. Bathrobes were useful. Toiletries bit cheap-we bought our own shampoo in a local supermarket on day 3! Read entire member review >>
Comfortable beds, pillows and linens. Plenty of storage. Good sized shower. Great cabin attendants. Nice balcony with table and two chairs. Wouldn't pick this cabin for naked sun bathing. Seems like some folks might be able to see you. This is one of the adjoining cabins with a door to the next cabin over. You might be able to hear a loud person/TV, but we had no problem at all. Read entire member review >>
Good position mid ships, port side, concierge with balcony. Well maintained kept beautifully clean. Had trouble with the toilet flush, but every time it was reported, an engineer was there in a matter of minutes. Read entire member review >>
Standard cabin with sleeper sofa and veranda. This cabin sits under the Oceanview dining room, but we hardly ever noticed any noise due to this. It was very convenient for traveling up to the pool or buffet. Beds were comfortable.
No other noise issues, or issues with the view from the balcony. The dining room overhangs the veranda, which creates more shade and less of a vertical (up) view. Bathroom was small (typical), with no power outlets. Charging mobile devices was a challenge. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was in a great location--super quiet and very accessible to the elevator. The room itself was standard size but has ample storage space. For example, the night tables have two closed drawers, there are many deep drawers in the closet, and all sorts of nooks and crannies to store stuff. We had room to hang two shoe organizers in the closet. The balcony furniture was mixed--the chairs recline, which is lovely, but there was no ottoman. The bathroom is an okay size, but noticed some of the extras--cotton balls and q-tips are now gone. Read entire member review >>
The room is a good size for two people. Always clean and the stewards do a great job keeping it that way. The balcony is a good size and the Director's Chairs are strong and comfortable. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 8120. We didn't know it was a connecting room and we could hear the next cabin's conversations -- every word. However, it was never a problem at night. Everyone was so whacked out from touring, we all slept soundly. Our room was close to the elevators but we never heard any noise from them. Some people have commented that they find there isn't adequate storage. They're taking too much stuff! There's plenty of closet and shelving space. Read entire member review >>
We were originally place in concierge cabin 7192. This is a connecting cabin with a connecting door right in the cabin. The door is far from sound proof and we heard everything coming from the neighbouring room - TV, music, and talking. This room was very old and dated. Beds were sunken in. Paint peeling in bathroom. Bedskirst quite dirty. We had not requested a connecting cabin and they were able to move us to another room (the sound from the other room was very loud and would have effected our ability to sleep well).
We were moved to concierge cabin 8115. It had a partially obstructed view due to the window washing equipement. We had no issues with sound transfer in this room. It was still very dated and beds not very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was in nice location, close (but not too close) to the elevator. I loved the binoculars in the cabin and the robe was really nice!
TV stations were pathetic! Glad to have FOX (to watch debates). Could you have better movie selections?? Kid movies seem inappropriate on a "Wine Cruise". We were in the cabin so rarely wanted R&R and good movies, not cartoons.
Thank you for not bombarding us for cruise pictures! Although, I missed not getting ANY! It's like Celebrity went just opposite (from camera-people EVERYWHERE to No Camera people). Read entire member review >>
Perfect location - two doors down from the elevator bank and one flight up to the Seaside Cafe. Quick access for coffee/tea or a bite. Small cabin at 194 square feet. Beds are small too. Ample closet space, ample bathroom.
Celebrity does not change sheets nightly anymore - this surprised me. Read entire member review >>
Nice stateroom with oversized queen bed with pillow top mattress. Very nice bath with hand held adjustable shower head, room to move around in the shower, and a sensor night light. Normal sized balcony with two chairs and a table. Nice view from deck 8. Drawer space was tight for a 14 night cruise and a girl friend who took a lot of clothes.
Could hear conversation and coughing from the adjoining stateroom but not a significant issue. However, they probably heard us too as my GF is quite passionate. Read entire member review >>
The closet and hanging space was adequate. We did need to ask for more hangers, but that wasn't a problem. The view from our balcony was good, except it was under the deck above, so we didn't get much sun. That was ok for my husband, but some may not like that. We had a problem with one of the beds (it slanted), but our room steward made some adjustments and it worked out ok.
The bathroom was certainly large enough and the shower head and hot water was great. We brought our own toiletries, but the ship supplied everything you needed except deodorant and toothpaste. The hair dryer worked fine.
We had our fridge emptied out and didn't have to worry about being charged for the items in it. We were then free to put in what we wanted. The sofa was comfortable, even though we didn't spend a lot of time in the room. I think because we were on the 9th deck, it was a little rocky at night, but not as bad as another ship we were on last year.
All-in-all, quite adequate and comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9044 - Concierge Class - deck 9 mid-ships - starboard side.
Large overhang but kept room cool in Caribbean.
Bright, clean and fairly roomy, but gap between wall mirror and bed narrow and care should be taken by the ladies not to damage themselves.
Matteresses could do with changing and en-suite a little small, but managable.
Shower is not a power shower.
Just about enough hanging and draw space for a two week cruise. Suitcases can be stored under the bed.
Air-con seemed to cope well with Caribbean heat. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8070 - balcony was a bit small and chairs did not have foot stools - probably no room for them.
Cabin was comfortable and bathroom is roomy by ship standards.
It's a bit far from the mid-ship elevators but was in a quiet location, easy to get to. Read entire member review >>
8115- excellent location just off mid-ship elevators- port side-- partial obstruction due to window washing equipment. Equipment never moved-- did not detract from enjoyment of balcony or views.
Recommend this cabin espsecially if you want a location convenient to all areas of the ship. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9082 from oct 23 to oct 30. Not clean every day (some day, room is clean and other day, it is not). Our fruit basket is not fresh. The apple is pourish and the stateroom staff did not notice it. It has a bad smell and I have to throw on a garbage at my second day on board...I was afraid to eat those fruit with this incident since i was afraid to be sick after.
The balcony is big enough and had nice view on the first day at port. Service was not good and I had been bothered almost everymorning and when preparing to go for dinner at night (second seating). I feel like staff want to do the bed early and I always feel like in a rush and not on vacation. I have to let him know kindly and it was ok on the 2 last days... Customer should not do that, staff should know and have our info.
It was not the best experience we had on this cruise and we were very disappointed. My party had booked 4 rooms (3 balconies and on oceanview) and some of them have similar experience. Read entire member review >>
Quiet cabin, no cabins opposite, bathroom more than big enough. However, towels were small so used pool towels - not much bigger but thicker. Gowns were useful.
Fresh fruit was welcome, told the cabin steward not to bring canapes as a waste.
Definitely need black out curtains for summer sailings in the Baltic - lack of sleep because of light coming through and only dark for a couple of hours at night. Read entire member review >>
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