AquaClass
AquaClass Verandah staterooms feature floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, a sitting area with sofa, two beds convertible to queen, vanity, bath with shower and Hansgrohe shower panel, television, verandah, and a private mini-bar. AquaClass guests also receive complimentary access to the Persian Garden and Relaxation Room, exclusive access to Blu, an upgraded room service menu, a personal spa concierge, and a daily delivery of bottled water and tea.

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AquaClass (A1) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: June 2019
Our cabin had a nice central location on a high deck with an extra deep balcony at the edge of the central "hump." Ample drawers and closets. Loved the bathroom set up. Some voice and chair noise from the deck above, but it ... Read More
Our cabin had a nice central location on a high deck with an extra deep balcony at the edge of the central "hump." Ample drawers and closets. Loved the bathroom set up. Some voice and chair noise from the deck above, but it didn't bother us. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2019
Avoid this stateroom. It is definitely "50% obstructed view." (the window washing platform was permanently parked in the middle of the view. This room should not be Aqua Class.
Avoid this stateroom. It is definitely "50% obstructed view." (the window washing platform was permanently parked in the middle of the view. This room should not be Aqua Class. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2019
Cabin: 1564, Aqua Class Balcony cabin, Starboard We loved our Aqua Class cabin, it’s located on Penthouse deck 11 near the front/mid of ship, and only 8-9 cabin walks to the front elevators/stairs. It’s location beneath the pool deck ... Read More
Cabin: 1564, Aqua Class Balcony cabin, Starboard We loved our Aqua Class cabin, it’s located on Penthouse deck 11 near the front/mid of ship, and only 8-9 cabin walks to the front elevators/stairs. It’s location beneath the pool deck was worrisome to me as we didn’t want to hear the various noises that can be heard. Our cabin one floor below was somewhere between the whirlpool and Slush, so little to no noise was heard anytime we were in the cabin throughout the day. This could of been due to it being an Alaskan cruise vs a Caribbean one. Storage was ample, however the closet was a tight fit near the sofa to hang items on the right side of it. Thankfully the closet doors slid across instead of opening up. The bathroom was fantastic with storage space to spare. The jet system in the shower is a nice touch. Our steward Mani was the greatest, a kind man that took care of our cabin needs...extra towels, not a problem. The red sofa in the room could of used a cleaning so I did cover it with pool towels during our stay, otherwise Mani kept the room very clean. The balcony was a good size which had 2 lounge chairs with foot rests (foot rests for Aqua guests )& a table. This balcony had a covered ceiling because the cabin is located on the ‘indent’ of the ship with ‘ballasts’ between each cabin. This didn’t effect our view looking straight out and being tucked inwards a bit gave us protection from wind and rain. 8/10 rating Disability Cabin 1524, Aqua Class Balcony, Deck 11,Starboard Our friends needed a disability cabin and this one did not disappoint. It was huge at least 1 1/2x the size of ours with plenty of room for a wheelchair to get around. Located near the front elevators, very convenient, and no surrounding noises. The roll-in bathroom was about as large as a bathroom in a hospital room, which contained a built in shower stool. Hit the button and the door automatically opens. Same with the entry door to the room, tap the key card and your door will open so no need to struggle trying to hold the door open while attempting to push the wheelchair. The spacious open air balcony was the same width as the room so very large also. Our friends absolutely loved this cabin. Read Less
Nature at its best : Cabin 1642
Sail Date: May 2019
Very nice cabin bathroom excellent very clean and roomy. We loved the balcony we had sun part of the day
Very nice cabin bathroom excellent very clean and roomy. We loved the balcony we had sun part of the day Read Less
Sail Date: April 2019
Overall decent condition. The mattresses are not as comfortable as they once were, but still so-so. With drydock coming in 18 months, they'll probably make the change then. Some kind of ash kept appearing in our toilet the first ... Read More
Overall decent condition. The mattresses are not as comfortable as they once were, but still so-so. With drydock coming in 18 months, they'll probably make the change then. Some kind of ash kept appearing in our toilet the first half the cruise, not sure how. Prefer storage on classic M-Class, but was still adequate. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
very noisy cabin from deck furniture moving above (at 5 am at times) and huge vents overhead on deck making it impossible to hear the ocean or even carry on a conversation. Huge disappointment in an A1 "bump" cabin.
very noisy cabin from deck furniture moving above (at 5 am at times) and huge vents overhead on deck making it impossible to hear the ocean or even carry on a conversation. Huge disappointment in an A1 "bump" cabin. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2018
Very nice apart from paint splashed over balcony and chairs and a shower which sounds like a tractor.
Very nice apart from paint splashed over balcony and chairs and a shower which sounds like a tractor. Read Less
Great Transatlantic : Cabin 1516
Sail Date: April 2018
Great cabin. Perfectly cleaned everyday!
Great cabin. Perfectly cleaned everyday! Read Less

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