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Edge Stateroom with Infinite Veranda (E1) Cabin Reviews

Really not impressed with all the hype Celebrity is giving this infinite veranda experience. It was a novel concept but we didn't feel any appreciative size difference. The shade and window controls are both at the balcony and on a ... Read More
Really not impressed with all the hype Celebrity is giving this infinite veranda experience. It was a novel concept but we didn't feel any appreciative size difference. The shade and window controls are both at the balcony and on a panel as you enter the room. It has a predetermined setting - morning, evening, sleep and movie. Be aware - if you hit the morning setting, the shades will also go up automatically. If using the control on the balcony you have to continually press the button to activate the shade and window. Note too that the captain has an override so the window can be locked for bad seas, weather conditions and/or cleaning. You gain some space by leaving the folding doors open between the edge of the room and the balcony itself. Our room class we found there was just enough room on the balcony for the two chairs and table. We chose to leave the folding doors open the entire trip. Note too that when you open the window, the AC in the room automatically turns off and the cabin will get warm. We found plenty of space to store our clothes, etc. The round corner opens to several shelves. Provided is an umbrella and tote bag - NOTE: If you take both or either you will be charged!! So use it and leave it. The bathroom we felt was very spacious. The shower was roomy and gels for lathering, hair conditioning and shampoo is provided There is also a shaving bar but it's situated right under the shower head so if you use any shower gel, it will get washed off. Plenty of safety bars in the shower stall. The on/off knobs for the shower water - the left is the degree, the right for the pressure. Once you set the temperature, it stays there. Again plenty of storage space in the bathroom for your toiletries. Given we were the last ship back before the corona virus hit its stride, we have to absolutely comment the ship crew on how the entire ship was continually disinfected and sanitized. We saw housekeeping staff at least twice a day literally washing hallway walls down and every hand rail to be seen. Crew members were also readily available with hand sanitizers and the buffet entry ways had massive sinks to wash (preferred method). To this point we were to be one of four ships that were suppose to dock at Sint Maarten. We were the ONLY one allowed by local health authorities to actually put into port; the other two (unknown what lines) were turned away. Read Less
Sail Date March 2020
The cabin was fine: clean and comfortable. The exterior Infinity Edge window was covered with sea spray and we could not easily see out. As I stated in my review the banging, clanging, and cracking noises were annoying and woke us ... Read More
The cabin was fine: clean and comfortable. The exterior Infinity Edge window was covered with sea spray and we could not easily see out. As I stated in my review the banging, clanging, and cracking noises were annoying and woke us occasionally through the night. They stopped when in port. Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
Best cabin ever! Larger than a mini-suite on NCL, fantastic decor and large bathroom. Loved the IV. Cruise Critic wouldn't let me add photos (?)
Best cabin ever! Larger than a mini-suite on NCL, fantastic decor and large bathroom. Loved the IV. Cruise Critic wouldn't let me add photos (?) Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
We do not like the concept. Poor location of TV across from the bed. Hard pillows and couch. No table in front of couch. No balcony is poor design.
We do not like the concept. Poor location of TV across from the bed. Hard pillows and couch. No table in front of couch. No balcony is poor design. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
We stayed in veranda stateroom # 7298. It gave a good first impression with relaxed colors of gray and white. A small niche with shelf holds a piece of coral. White bed linens, long beige/gray sofa, beige and white patterned carpet. ... Read More
We stayed in veranda stateroom # 7298. It gave a good first impression with relaxed colors of gray and white. A small niche with shelf holds a piece of coral. White bed linens, long beige/gray sofa, beige and white patterned carpet. Huge TV. 3 big drawers under desk. Sliding table in front of full length mirror can be pushed in to allow full view of the mirror ~ I only knew this from reading another review on Cruise Critic! Lots of wooden hangars in closet. Closet can really only be accessed by one person at a time but not a major problem. I did not miss the storage cabinets over the bed. I always found those awkward to reach anyway. Perhaps my one criticism would be that the Honor Fridge takes up a lot of room for an item we did not use. Maybe other people use the cooler for medications or for their own drinks. Bathroom ~ Bigger in size and the glass doored shower was bigger too. Nice for those times of getting ready for chic night. There is ample storage for items on small shelves on either side of the sink. The sink itself is oversized, not sure why, but it would make washing out your undies a little easier, LOL! There is a drawer beneath the sink that holds the hair dryer that I would never have found if I hadn’t - again - read a review on here. Balcony ~ Our room was a “port-hole” balcony room, NOT an Infinite Veranda room. (See picture.) Personally, we would have been disappointed with an IV room as we enjoy sitting outside in the fresh air to talk and read and take pictures. Some people prefer the IV rooms as they extend the feeling of the stateroom. In our case, we like sitting in the fresh air and an IV room would have felt more like a sunroom addition on a house. Each to his own. There are many more IV rooms on this ship though. There are only a few true balcony rooms and in our case, our room was almost all the way aft near the “sunset balcony” rooms so it was a long walk to the elevators. (By the way, I’m using the word “balcony” and “veranda” interchangeably here. There is no difference, at least in my review.) The “porthole” is huge and simply an architectural feature. The bottom half of the porthole was glass and the top half was open air. A person can lean on the railing to take a picture as opposed to the IV rooms where the window is too high. The other advantage to a balcony room as opposed to an IV room is that a person can be outside on the balcony and the AC can stay on in the stateroom (although you do have to lock the door). With an IV room, if you open the window, it automatically shuts off the AC in the room. The padded, mesh backed chairs located on the balcony are pretty comfortable. Stateroom Service ~ We had one main service attendant Meri who was excellent. Our room was kept impeccably clean and neat. There were 2 days when she had a substitute (for whatever reason) but they each performed their duties just as well as she did with plenty of extra towels left for us. They also filled our ice bucket each day and refilled the bucket around a bottle of champagne that we did not open (but it was ready if we had decided to). Read Less
Sail Date January 2020

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