Bedroom features two beds convertible to queen size, 40 inch LCD TV, vanity, walk in closet, dual access bath with shower/tub combination and washbasin. Additionally, suite veranda features lounge seating.
Wonderful balcony space with this one, at an angle so you're looking forward a little.
Only trickiness is that it's against the main wall leading upwards from the engines, so if there is engine trouble, it gets some vibration. Hopefully our own experience is very rare. (The ship happened to have engine trouble during our voyage). Read entire member review >>
My spouse needs a medical device for sleeping. One phone call pre-embarkation was all it required to have the necessary electrical connection and distilled water in the cabin on embarkation day.
Our luggage was delivered promptly BEFORE muster and we found sufficient space for all of our belongings.in the closets and on the storage shelves. We were unpacked and able to shower and dress for the evening meal while still attending a more or less private meet and mingle before supper.at Sunset Bar.
The living room and balcony were both large enough for comfortable relaxation. The bedroom and bath were separated allowing privacy for private matters. The bed was quite sleepworthy. My spouse was pleased with the jacuzzi tub and used it often. The multi-outlet shower was just what I'd like at home.
The cabin was cleaned and prepared for whatever we wanted before we asked for it. My spouse enjoys playing Mah Jongg and she invited several other ladies to our balcony for afternoon games. Extra chairs were made available as well as a table cloth and extra cups for coffee. Read entire member review >>
Wonderful!! There are NO downsides to this stateroom. The suite is roomy, has a separate bedroom, a HUGE balcony which is oversized because the cabin is on the backside of the "hump." The "hump" protected us from wind and rain and made the cabin useable on all but one day of our 16 night adventure. We had two chairs, two lounges, a table big enough for dinner service and a foot stool. Even had a bit of sun occasionally! The butler, Singh, was excellent and took care of everything we requested. The room was clean and in great condition. Read entire member review >>
We loved our CS...The separate bedroom worked well for us. The furniture was a bit worn and I am glad she is going in for dry dock this month. I don't quite understand the huge chair in the strange location. Does not fit the cabin at all. and we used it to dump things when we entered the cabin. The furniture on the balcony needs to be replaced.
The bed was so comfortable, I slept like a rock every night. Bathroom was well stocked and the room stewards were excellent. (Luis and Emmanuel) Ricky, our butler took good care of us even though we didn't request much..except ice all the time.. Thank you ALL!!! Read entire member review >>
We chose this suite, with the same exact layout as on our cabin 1620 on the Equinox for our Mediterranean cruise. We had liked the cabin’s sitting room with its large L-shaped couch, perfect for stretching out and lounging idylically. The only difference, for this trip, the cabin was on the port side so, when underway, the ocean went the wrong direction. Alex, our butler, was terrific. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in a Celebrity Suite and this was our highlight. A well designed, high end space to escape from it all with seperate lounge area, bathroom (with bath) walk-in storage and ample balcony space. This is probably where Celebrity wins out as you get what you pay for - including an excellent, tireless butler, Luiz. The suite comes with complimentary elite status discount vouchers (laundry and BINGO!) and perks - a sailaway on the helipad, wine tasting and a high tea. Very welcome and Rameco - the Captains Club host a charmer. one minor irritation is wifi shoukd be provided as standard for suite customers. We had the opportunity to view other class cabin spaces and they all seem good areas, imaginatively making the most of the footage available. Read entire member review >>
Great suite, we found it had plenty of storage, very quiet location especially being on the Library floor. Large balcony, never smelt any smoking coming up from deck 5 and no noise from above. Read entire member review >>
Celebrity Suite 1619 was efficiently laid out and pleasant. It could have benefited from more use of mirrors, to make the suite look larger. The balcony was roomy and nicely furnished. Housekeeping was quite good. There was a little vibration, apparently from the engine exhaust stacks, This wasn't a serious problem, but I think next time I'd opt for a suite farther forward. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1615: spacious, one-bedroom style, huge balcony, no noise from above or below, near elevator but cannot hear traffic or bells, closet space and drawers galore, plus storage under beds. Read entire member review >>
Celebrity Suite, not enough draws, walk in closet too small. Air con fauly but fixed. For some reason, as well as the sofa, they had one very very large chair in the lounge that didnt match! Read entire member review >>
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