This a spacious 170 square-foot stateroom with a generous view of the ocean. You'll appreciate contemporary artwork, a mini bar and a fully-loaded entertainment center along with Constellation's many added amenities.
A good cabin if you don't mind a long walk towards the bow. The window was large and well worth having. It was tight around the entrance of the cabin with the door, the bathroom door and the wardrobe doors all opening onto each other. Read entire member review >>
Looked tired relative to our last cabin on 7. The entertainment system is a shocker. Bathroom had mould in it as exhaust fan did not work and could not be fixed. Large window . Good noise insulation. Very close to stairs and lifts.
We did have some strange insect bites one morning but after thorough investigation by us (and supposedly by house keeping) could not find anything to explain it.
Towels and sheets were often very worn and thin. Only given a single doona for a queen bed on day one???!!!!! Read entire member review >>
Our experience on the ship on this cruise was very similar to the first one of our B2B. As part of our B2B, our belongings were seamlessly moved from Cabin #8036 (2B Unobstructed Balcony) to Cabin #3008 (06 Ocean View) which were near the forward elevators on the starboard side. The layout of both cabins was very similar with a shelf under the window where the balcony door would be. The storage was adequate, but it would be nice to have a few more drawers in the closet. Since there are only two hooks on the walls, we bring magnetic hooks to give us some additional options for hanging clothes and papers. Read entire member review >>
This section of cabins were created from an administrative section of deck 3. Accordingly Cabin 3118 is not the usual ocean view cabin. It is quiet, great location, plenty of closet space, bathroom no complaints, giant circular window with no obstruction. Our cabin stewards were fantastic!! Read entire member review >>
Extremely large Accessible room. Located in the bow of the ship, it's a bit dark and the bathroom is just OK, but at least it's big. Perfect for those needing or wanting extra space. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 2170 has a large OV window with shelf. Lots of drawer and closet space. Shower curtain-would be better with a shower door-water gets all over floor real easy. Lots of storage space in bathroom too. Bags fit under bed-unless it's a huge suitcase. Small sitting area-couch opens to a twin bed. Wouldn't want to share it with 3 people though-too small. Read entire member review >>
Very comfortable cabin for this very smooth Caribbean sailing. We must have had a ship full of extremely considerate passengers because the hall noise was non-existent.
It's configuration was okay although we would prefer the table and couch/chair to be in front of the window instead of having the head of the bed at the window. Plenty of closet and drawer space. The fridge wasn't as cool as I think it should be.
Needs a thorough cleaning as there was stains and crud in the corners of the floor in the toilet/shower. (I think this ship is scheduled for dry dock early next year.) Read entire member review >>
Close to elevators but quiet. Compact size but with enough storage for all our belongings. Only noise that we heard was a distant hum cycling on & off from below while we were at sea. Very quiet deck. Cheerful looking passageways to staterooms. Read entire member review >>
We found this cabin to be the smallest we have ever had on any ship. While we thought it was going to be a quiet location, there was a noise below us on an ongoing basis. It was not constant but did not go away. Bathroom condition was horrid. Broken tile in the floor, rust around the door frames, bad caulking job in the shower. Location of the closet re the shower door worked poorly. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 6110 which is designated a partially obstructed view. We could look down on some lifeboats which didn't bother us at all. It was centrally located and very clean and quiet. No wind or noise to speak of. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 3059. This cabin was located mid deck on deck 3. We had a short walk to the Celebrity Theater and the elevators both aft and mid-ship. It was very convenient to all the ships public rooms. We chose not to have a balcony on this cruise which turned out to be the right decision. All room furnishings were new. The bed was very comfortable, slept like a baby each night. We had plenty of room for all our cloths even though we over packed. Read entire member review >>
I was afraid of having two adults and one baby in a small room, but there seemed to be more than enough space for everything. The space under the bed provided ample storage room for suitcases; the closet had good space for clothing and the pushchair; plenty of drawers to store other clothing. Our stateroom was located on the port side of the ship, which meant that at some ports of call we could see passengers getting off the ship to go into towns. Our stateroom was also ideally located in relation to the lifts at midship. Read entire member review >>
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