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.
Nothing wrong with this room, however the hot water in the shower is sketchy - sometimes works, sometimes not. The shower doesn't drain well either. The bed skirt looks like it has been dragged behind a truck for several days after having been left out in the sun for a couple of years but obviously can be changed. Hopefully when this ship goes into dry dock after the next cruise, they throw out some linens that are past their due date and change out the tv's (there has been a crew re-wiring something the past few weeks). Read entire member review >>
Deck 9 on a Millennium class Celebrity ship isn't the best location. The expanded deck 10 above over hangs your veranda and gives you a closed in feeling on your veranda. Choose deck 7 or 8 if possible. Otherwise the cabin was fine. As usual not enough hangers for ladies. Our assistant cabin steward was more responsive and visible than the steward. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was good but small. Attendant was very nice and helped us when we needed it. Seemed new but very nice. Bed was a bit dated. In-cabin speaker for announcements didn't work and they couldn't fix it. Toilet clogged twice. Bedding was light and we had to ask for extra blankets which they provided. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was on the port side of the ship. The balcony was small Somehow I expected that the Concierge level cabins had better balcony furniture and foot stools. This was not the case. Every day they brought canapés to the cabin at around 4:00 PM, They tasted like stale crackers. The cabin was quiet and had adequate storage. The bed seemed more like a king than a queen like we usually have. The headboard was on the bow side of the cabin Read entire member review >>
We had some questions over whether we would be happy about our cabin having an adjoining door, but it did not create any problems. It was a quiet as the usual Concierge Class cabin is. Everything was comfortable, clean and just what we've come to expect. Read entire member review >>
This was booked as a guarantee (XC). It's a few doors aft of the aft elevators on the port side. With nothing but cabins above and below, it was very quiet during our cruise. The view from the balcony was good, except when looking straight down: the deck below (6) extends beyond Deck 7, so the canvas awning of the suite below ours blocked our view of the ocean and the pier area when docked.
The Concierge Class amenities were nice, but I wouldn't pay a huge premium for them. The cabin (on M-class ships only) is about 2 feet longer than standard cabins, and the balcony is similarly bigger. The towels and robes are supposedly thicker than standard ones; we did enjoy those. There was a bottle of sparkling wine in the cabin, which we traded for a red. The fruit was in decent shape and was replaced when we consumed it. The binoculars were little more than a toy; we brought our own, and you should too. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin had plenty of wardrobe space and hangers, but lacked wider drawers. Bathroom had plenty of storage.
View from balcony down to water was obscured by the covered balconies of the suites below, we wouldn't choose this cabin again. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was roomy & nice.Service was horrible! No soap or fresh towels the entire cruise, oh wait, we had one fresh towel the third day. Had to ration soap and shampoo. Asked for ice so we could make a drink but non came.Warm mini fridge so couldn't even enjoy a beer on the balcony. Read entire member review >>
The ship was refurbished right after our Hawaii cruise in 2010. It needed it -- stuffing was coming out of the furniture and the rugs were dirty. Now, in February of 2015, the cabin we had was beautiful. In particular, the veranda was superb. They've coated the floor with some non-slip surface that really works, even when the floor is wet you don't slip. Further, I dropped a glass on the veranda floor and it's didn't break -- it bounced. The veranda furniture -- two lounges, two deck chairs, and two tables -- was the best I've seen. Everything was ship shape. Read entire member review >>
Cabin9181 - Cabin larger than Princess. Thinking more like a mini? Small couch in the room. Unfortunately, ours was awful, when you sat on it, you sank to the bottom. The closet is in the "hallway" and creates congestion between closet and bathroom. Bathroom about same size. Shower larger but difficult to figure out the hot water, you have to push in the button. Light in bathroom stays on all time, I think? Nice to look at bill on TV, seemed less channels than Princess. Also, really lacking in the navigation information shown on the TV on Princess. I really like to know how far we have gone and where we have to go, the seas, the temperature etc. Coming back at night and reading the next days activities along with looking at that channel are my way to end the day. Balcony: Ours had a covered overhang , the pillars were somewhat in the way of photos. Really ike the cement verses rubber floor on Princess, much more comfortable. Chocolate cookie on pillow first formal night, no mints. Hair dryer, need a rubber band to keep it on. Thanks to my Cruise Critic friends for letting me know this tip.Bed was very comfortable, more so than Princess. Read entire member review >>
Very clean, well maintained, it is on deck 9 where there is an overhang, but this room is in between the actual over hang so you do get a little sun, but it's really not an issue. This deck is right underneath the Oceanview cafe -- I only heard a few footsteps or carts over my head, but it was nothing to complain about they were not loud or frequent at all, a very quiet deck, plenty of storage we were three women and had plenty of room to store everything. I they could put in a couple moe outlets that would be cool, but we managed.. nice room.. Read entire member review >>
We had a concierge class cabin on deck 8. It was clean, there was enough space for our clothes, it was fine. We never had flowers or hors d'oevres, but maybe you had to ask for them? We don't know and we don't bother to much. We read at Cruise Critic that cabins on deck 9 had less sun on the balcony because of the overhang. That's why we choose a cabin on deck 8. Well, we also had less sun, this was because of the overhang in the Oceanview Cafe. This only matters when you have a cabin on the aft part of the ship. On the fourth night of the cruise I had a little injury on my foot. There was a little blood involved. This blood came on the sheets. Well, I thought in a 12 night cruise the sheets would be changed every few days but...till the last night we had the same set of sheets (I could see that because of the blood). I wasn't concerned about it but I am a little surprised because I think on a 5 star cruise the sheets should be changed once in a while. We only had one night with a chocolate surprise and two nights with animals (we think, didn't recognize them) made of towels. Although we both had a beverage package, we still had to pay for the water in the room. Hmmm..... Read entire member review >>
A delightful stateroom, but with a slightly obstructed view looking downward. There is a canopy hanging over the suite balcony below, so this slightly impedes your ability to see directly down the side of the ship. A very minor issue, and otherwise a very pleasant location on the aft, port section of the ship. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9110 -- This Concierge Cabin was quiet for the most part. We never heard people in the hallway, but did hear people partying up on the top pool deck a couple of times when our balcony door was open late at night. The balcony itself was covered with a very large overhang, so someone looking for sun will not get it here. Deck 8 might provide more of a view of the sky, but not a significant amount. We really enjoyed this balcony though, and would book it again, but it's being upgraded to an Aqua Class cabin starting May 2013. The nice thing about this location is that it's midship, about 5 cabins or so from the elevators and stairs, making a quick trip to the buffet an uber easy endeavor. Read entire member review >>
Cabin #8185 on the Constellation is an aft balcony with a tremendous balcony but the room is tiny, with a cramped bathroom and NO VIEW from inside - unless you call plexiglass partitions a view.
DEFINATELY NOT WORTH THE EXTRA MONEY - which is a signifcant amount. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9129, C3: VERY quiet room, no room across the corridor, so very private with you opened your door. Hallway VERY quiet as well. Balcony was equally quiet. Never any noise from either room on either side of us OR above.
Would HIGHLY recommend this cabin! Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8148 was spacious and concierge class. Same size as Aqua but hundreds cheaper. Great amenities, flowers, bottle of champagne upon arrival.... Nice category and class. Stay off deck 9 if you want sunny and quiet areas. Deck nine can get a bit noisy on sea days. Read entire member review >>
This was the lowest of the Concierge Class staterooms because of location, but it was great! Only negative was that the circular glass floor areas in Seaside Cafe looked down on verandas on the 9th floor. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9129. Cat. C3 Good storage space, quiet and ok as far as size. Bed needed some help from an added "egg crate" foam pad. Shower was larger than norm. LARGE overhang over Balcony prevented any view of stars at night but did keep Balcony shaded and out of occasional shower. Read entire member review >>
Wonderful location, large balcony, huge closets, we did bring extra plastic hangers, the closet has a lower bar so split short items for extra room. Biggest shower we have ever had, lots of shelf space in the room and plenty of storage for all other items. The location was just a few cabins from the elevator and only one flight up to deck 10 for the sunset cafe and pool. Concierge service was a great upscale touch. Read entire member review >>
The cabin is quite nice. So is the balcony except that there is a window washing or other service gurney locked in place at the edge of the balcony that obstructs, to a certain degree, your view. Read entire member review >>
tremendous noise from above at 1am every night.sounded like a beer barrel rolling across the ceiling.
Balcony covered by overhanging roof.
Cracked tiles on the floor of the shower.
balance great. Read entire member review >>
9148 concierge class, beautiful balcony,plenty space,like being in a hotel room,with beautiful changing views,cabin staff excel,room service 24 hours,before dinner hor deurves ,not great,sorry only complint,had everything needed. Read entire member review >>
We just took it for granted that it was very quiet. Review on other ships complain about a lot of engine noise. Cabin was nicely decorated and was spacious. Lots of cupboard space. Cabin staff kept it tidy and beautifully clean. bathroom is a bit small but quite adequate. Liked small wash line. Shower curtain not a problem. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8069 - this cabin is across from a crew supply closet and a door used by crew. We found it to be noisy in the morning 7-8 a.m. as housekeeping was preparing for their duties. Other than this morning noise, the cabin is in a good location mid-ship with all of the concierge class amenities. Read entire member review >>
Veranda cabin 8148 was adequate size, quiet, and had good amenities. Appreciated the bathrobes and the flowers from the Concierge Club hostess. I previously mentioned the cracked tile on the bathroom vanity and the rust on the veranda. Veranda chairs are not comfortable and there is no foot stool as there is on other Celebrity ships. Read entire member review >>
I always travel alone because I am old school and bring dress cloths etc. all these changes have shoes. I had lots of room in an excellent cabin with...not a balcony but to my surprise a patio. This was a real great room with large flat screen TV...good size shower, closets. Not too thrilled about the comfort of the bed but with some passengers weighing in at 400 lbs. I guess they get a lot of strain. The single rate I paid was just amazing for what I got. Read entire member review >>
We were in a C3 - 8165. The Balcony was extremely small but the room was nice. Nothing special, but more than adequate. We did have flowers in the room and a nice bottle of bubbly on ice. The location of the cabin was ideal for access to everything on the ship! If it had a larger balcony it would have been perfect. Read entire member review >>
8156 Concierge Class C3 - This is a well-located, quiet, comfortable cabin, two levels below the buffet. The balcony is very comfortable for two people. Closet and storage space is adequate. Read entire member review >>
Cabin is a bit small for 3. Deck 9 is right below cafeteria. Noisy in the morning-- sounds like deck chairs and tables being moved. balcony has wide overhand from above, no much sunshine. Read entire member review >>
8149 was an upgraded room with an extra 20 sq ft and was worth every penney. Quiet location, yet close to elevators and stairs. Very minor vibrations, mostly coming in or leaving port. Read entire member review >>
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