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Edge Stateroom with Infinite Veranda (E3) Cabin Reviews

>Infinity Veranda Cabin was great! This one happened to have the bed toward the rear, by the veranda, leaving the closet area open and easily accessible. (The room beside us had the bed up front, right next to the closet, providing more ... Read More
>Infinity Veranda Cabin was great! This one happened to have the bed toward the rear, by the veranda, leaving the closet area open and easily accessible. (The room beside us had the bed up front, right next to the closet, providing more space toward the rear for entertaining, but pretty close quarters for getting to clothes.) >Upon entering, bathroom to the right - larger than any non-suite cabins we have seen. Can easily fit 2 people in it. Large shower stall with glass doors, shampoo, conditioner, body bath lotion containers on wall. 2 hooks on wall rather than clothesline. Safety bars present. Sink about 2.5 ft long, but still with plenty of countertop - 3 shelves on either side of large mirrored wall. Hand lotion dispenser and bar soap provided. Large drawer under sink with hairdryer; shelves, as well. ~12" high foot rest shelf against back wall was helpful. Night Light beneath lowest shelf was great addition! >Digital A/C and light control on wall by bathroom. Had all sorts of lighting configurations! Could awaken to gradual lightening in the room, turn everything on nice and bright, the sleep setting gradually lowered/shut off the lights, giving you about a minute to get safely tucked into bed! And the movie setting - never expected that one! Turned on a strip of soft lights along the ceiling and down the side of the closet - all we needed was some popcorn! This also controlled the balcony blinds. Were other regular room light controls by the desk, beds, and veranda, as well. >While the closet was somewhat smaller than most, there is more shelf & actual good sized drawer space than usual. Seems like every nook and cranny opened into another storage area. The safe was inside the closet, atop 3 drawers, but was a bit small - no iPad storage here! Beside the dresser was the refrigerator, which the cabin steward can empty out so you can use it as you need. A phone charging/electrical station sits atop this area (There are 2 charging outlets by one side of the bed, as well). A desktop slides beneath the dresser top if you wish to use the full length mirror in the room. A button on the side of the charging station turns on the very bright light around this mirror. >Beds were hard, but comfortable; couldn't feel the movement of the person beside you. Bedside tables provided even more shelf storage. Sofa was comfortable - probably a sofa-bed, but we didn't really look closely. The top of a round drum-looking stool came off, providing even more storage. >The infinity veranda added about 4 feet to the length of the room. Sliding doors allowed you to close it off to use it as a true balcony. Were 2 comfortable, cushioned patio chairs and a small table, the top being a serving tray. The entire back wall of the room was a glass window. A light blocking blind came down over it. The window could be opened at increments down to halfway. Blind could be rolled down partially or fully, as well. It took about 15-20 seconds for either one to fully close/open. Controls for both were easy to use, but there is a sensor on the window support bar that will stop all activity...like a garage door sensor. (Being left handers, we would rest our right hand on the bar while looking out at the beautiful ocean view and pressing the control button beside us...and nothing would move!) The air conditioner will shut down if the balcony window is open, thus heating up the room, but we had great weather so it wasn't a problem. Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
loved this cabin - what a view, hoped for a bed next to bathroom but got bed next to window - and so glad I did- best bed view ever. Had a small noise issue as something banged inside window surround but was only an issue when window was ... Read More
loved this cabin - what a view, hoped for a bed next to bathroom but got bed next to window - and so glad I did- best bed view ever. Had a small noise issue as something banged inside window surround but was only an issue when window was locked up. As we chose to sleep with window down and nice sound of sea and wind so only had noise when the captain locked the window on us through the night twice due to very wild seas. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
Cabin 6168. Infinite Veranda. Partially obstructed view as Life boat obstructs much of view from lower window. At night bright exterior lights, from the lifeboat outside, shine in the room making it impossible to sleep so blinds need to ... Read More
Cabin 6168. Infinite Veranda. Partially obstructed view as Life boat obstructs much of view from lower window. At night bright exterior lights, from the lifeboat outside, shine in the room making it impossible to sleep so blinds need to be closed making it like a dark dungeon. Therefore, one can never wake to a sunrise or see the moon etc. in this room. Infinite Balcony is like being in a hot house. Not like a true balcony at all. More like a room with ocean view where you are able to open a window. Our air conditioning worked poorly and cut out at times before reaching desired temperature. Max cooling did not keep the room cool . Technician came to cabin twice to try to resolve. With any sun shining through the windows it can get to 25 and not cool down for hours. Open the window and the air con shuts off and immediately the room is hot and humid like a sauna and all the mirrors etc. are covered with fog/moisture.. ”Balcony” area is quite small. Folding doors to balcony are completely opaque so also obstruct view. Bed is by the window away from air con vents so can be warm at night. Rooms alternate bed by window or door. Eg. Cabin 6166 has bed by door - much preferred by us. Bathrooms are very nice. Cabins are nicely decorated but sofa only has one armrest. Although seemingly small at first, closet and other storage in cabins is very functional. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
As with other reviewers, the infinite veranda room was either love it or hate it. My wife and I really loved it. it added room to your cabin. However, I can understand the folks who definitely prefer a traditional balcony. As expected, ... Read More
As with other reviewers, the infinite veranda room was either love it or hate it. My wife and I really loved it. it added room to your cabin. However, I can understand the folks who definitely prefer a traditional balcony. As expected, room was clean and plenty of space for my wife and I. The closet was a bit smaller that we are used to, but all of clothing for the two week cruise fit, albeit a little tight. Was really nice to be able to control lighting, tv and window from cell phone app. FYI The vanity table slides into the chest of draws to allow the use of the full length mirror. We didn't realize this until near the end of the cruise. The most pleasant surprise was the bathroom. Much roomier and more luxurious than any other balcony stateroom we have experienced. Frameless glass enclosed shower instead of a curtain. Actually had room to towel off inside the bathroom, without having to step outside in the hallway! The modern basin of fixtures were really nice. Seemed to have plenty of storage space available, even though we only filled about half of it up with our toiletries. A big thumbs up for the bathroom! TV offered a lot more than previous cruises. The usual navigation channel and several devoted to on board offerings (specialty restaurants, shore excursions, future cruises, etc.) Actually offered several (about 10) first run movies to watch for no charge. The same movies were shown in various venues around the ship thoughout the cruise, mostly in the rooftop garden. Fox News and MSNBC offered as well as HGTV and the Food Channel (couldn't get away from the Pioneer Woman on this trip!) Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
CABIN. We decided to book infinity room based on description on Celebrity site. This is the most non-functional poorly conceived design one can imagine. It is pretty much expensive ocean view cabin. If window is open room temperature ... Read More
CABIN. We decided to book infinity room based on description on Celebrity site. This is the most non-functional poorly conceived design one can imagine. It is pretty much expensive ocean view cabin. If window is open room temperature immediately equalize with one outside. Shutters planned to isolate room from “ opened” balcony do not provide one. In order to close the metal drape to darken the room requires chairs to be moved inside of the cabin. Nightstands are very small ( size of shoebox) with a half of the surface occupied by standing lamp. One of them deemed unusable completely by the room phone. In bathroom long sink eliminate most of the vanity surface. Wardrobe has no room even for cloth, obviously forget about placing suitcase there. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
Cabin was very nice, good location near elevator, although our room steward was marginal. We asked for ice everyday and had to seek her out to get it. We ran out of body wash, toilet paper and tissues. My husband called about 5 pm as we ... Read More
Cabin was very nice, good location near elevator, although our room steward was marginal. We asked for ice everyday and had to seek her out to get it. We ran out of body wash, toilet paper and tissues. My husband called about 5 pm as we were getting ready for dinner and she said she would bring at turn down? Read Less
Sail Date April 2019

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