Concierge Class
Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area with sofa, two beds convertible to queen size, vanity, bath with shower stall and washbasin, 32 inch LCD TV, wireless connection. Additionally, suite veranda features lounge seating. Some cabins may have a trundle bed.

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Concierge Class (C3) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: December 2017
We thoroughly enjoyed the cabin. The steward was good, the layout was well done, and the veranda was a great option. We especially liked the larger, more spacious bathroom design. We did miss, however, the towel animals, but the daily ... Read More
We thoroughly enjoyed the cabin. The steward was good, the layout was well done, and the veranda was a great option. We especially liked the larger, more spacious bathroom design. We did miss, however, the towel animals, but the daily snacks and wine were a welcome addition. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2017
Great cabin. Lots of room and we’ll thought out. Was clean and everything was in top shape. Read More
Great cabin. Lots of room and we’ll thought out. Was clean and everything was in top shape. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Clean and more spacious than expected. A large double wardrobe, drawers and over bed and under bed storage. Nice leather sofa and good size tv which tilted so you could easily see it from bed if you wanted. Nice toiletries which were ... Read More
Clean and more spacious than expected. A large double wardrobe, drawers and over bed and under bed storage. Nice leather sofa and good size tv which tilted so you could easily see it from bed if you wanted. Nice toiletries which were replaced as required, lovely quality bathrobes. Good chairs and stools on balcony. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Perhaps a little tired but for a single person it was more than adequate. For a couple, the space around the bed is a bit restrictive, but the bathroom was a splendid size by comparison to others I have experienced. Read More
Perhaps a little tired but for a single person it was more than adequate. For a couple, the space around the bed is a bit restrictive, but the bathroom was a splendid size by comparison to others I have experienced. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2017
Bed linen seen better days Cabin was quiet Kept clean by our Steward Read More
Bed linen seen better days Cabin was quiet Kept clean by our Steward Read Less
Great cruise. : Cabin 1130
Sail Date: July 2017
Very spacious, comfortable and bright. Slightly lacking in accessible storage pace - although there is a large cupboard over the bed, this is not easy to get to. Read More
Very spacious, comfortable and bright. Slightly lacking in accessible storage pace - although there is a large cupboard over the bed, this is not easy to get to. Read Less
Needs to decide... : Cabin 8268
Sail Date: June 2017
Good cabin size with balcony. Very comfortable bed and pillows. Shower of a good size and pressure. Service good Read More
Good cabin size with balcony. Very comfortable bed and pillows. Shower of a good size and pressure. Service good Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
This cabin is near the front of the ship on the same deck as the bridge, port side. It is in a quiet location with little passing footfall and cabins above and below, but not too far from the forward stairs and lifts. Vision to one side ... Read More
This cabin is near the front of the ship on the same deck as the bridge, port side. It is in a quiet location with little passing footfall and cabins above and below, but not too far from the forward stairs and lifts. Vision to one side from the balcony is slightly obstructed by the bridge wing (the cabin is only the fourth back from the bridge), but this itself provided interesting views of the ship's officers going about their duties when entering and leaving port. For those not reading my full review, here is the cabin section of it copied and pasted: We had a balcony cabin on deck 10 which was well-appointed and roomy (virtually all balcony cabins on Eclipse and the other Solstice-class ships are the same size with similar facilities). There is plenty of hanging space (though you may need to bring some wire coathangers with you to supplement the barely adequate supply). Drawer space is not generous, but large lockers above the bed to some extent make up for this, and you can always use suitcases under the bed as extra drawers. On ex-UK cruises a hospitality tray is provided, with a kettle, teas, coffees, sugar and other sweeteners and coffee creamer. British tea-drinkers will probably want to put some real milk from the buffet in the fridge. There are US and European power sockets, but as usual no UK sockets so remember to bring adapters. The bathroom is mostly well thought-out, with proper shower doors and plenty of storage space, but a washbasin barely big enough for washing hands in. The nightlight in the bathroom is a really nice touch and avoids disturbance of companions on night-time loo visits through tripping over things or putting lights on. The balcony is adequate, and in Concierge and Aqua classes has footrests as well as chairs and a table. We chose the cabin for its position and weren’t really interested in the Concierge-class extras that come with it, like fresh fruit, afternoon canapés and a bathrobe, binoculars and a golf umbrella. Some people might appreciate the wide choice of pillows on offer, though. Our cabin attendant was attentive and friendly. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2017
We had booked a Concierge class cabin on deck 9. Basically a Balcony cabin, but with more amenities, such as fruit, daily canapés, a bottle of sparkling wine, use of bathrobes, and a Concierge on duty to answer questions, or help ... Read More
We had booked a Concierge class cabin on deck 9. Basically a Balcony cabin, but with more amenities, such as fruit, daily canapés, a bottle of sparkling wine, use of bathrobes, and a Concierge on duty to answer questions, or help deal with anything. The jury is out as to whether it was worth the extra money, but we enjoyed the experience. Our cabin steward, Karl, was excellent and looked after us, and the cabin, well. It was a pleasant, roomy cabin, with a large balcony, a sofa, desk, chair and fridge (with an expensive mini-bar that is not included in the drinks package) and safe. It had the best and biggest bathroom I have so far encountered – with a roomy shower and a proper sliding shower screen. No clingy plastic curtain! The only downside ( a comment, not a complaint!) was that storage space is quite small, with the wardrobe a little bit difficult to access beside the bed, and only four drawers available. There are two (slightly difficult-to-reach) lockers above the beds, and we kept some clothes in our cases under the beds. Read Less

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