When you stay in a Celebrity Concierge Class Stateroom on Celebrity Infinity, you will receive these added amenities and more: Welcome champagne, Daily fruit selection, Fresh-cut flowers, Daily hors d'oeuvre, Menu of pillows, Duvets and pillow-top mattresses, Leather key holder, personalized stationery and tote bag, Double-thick Frette bathrobes, Hansgrohe showerhead, VIP invitations to events, Early embarkation and debarkation. Some rooms are accessible.
7212 is a handicapped room. Floor space 50% larger with huge bathroom and faces the rear of the ship. Counter space in bathroom very small so for 2 people the bath really is not practical. The shower is large, but being handicapped accessible, water tends to go everywhere. While the room is large and the deck huge, the location of the sliding door makes it so you cannot see the water from the seating area or from the bed. While I enjoyed the extra space, I would opt for a regular cabin next time. Read entire member review >>
We chose an aft cabin so that we could view sights on both sides of the ship. While the cabin itself was identical to concierge class staterooms on other Millennium class ships, we appreciated the huge balcony with chaise lounges, table and 4 chairs. Very pleasant for breakfast and afternoon reading. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was fine. It was a bit smaller inside than similar class cabins on other ships. The balcony was very large though and we enjoyed it when the weather permitted. The balcony is quite private as there is a service hallway on one side. Unfortunately on our last sea day when the weather was beautiful, the crew decided to paint the rails on the balcony and the paint fumes were quite strong so we could not use the balcony. Read entire member review >>
Lovely bed. Soooo comfy
Old ragged dressing gowns
Everyone else was great
Enjoyed service provided by Alwin
Only issue was. Celebration package was delivered to our room but no one could tell us who it was from. When we go home our family said they included a card but this was not provided Read entire member review >>
What a great cabin this was: relatively spacious, high up, and very well kept (by Rosario). Next time I would pick a port cabin for this trip, though, as the land is nearly all to the east going down. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very good and had lots of storage space and Norman our steward was excellent!
I was disappointed as this is the first cruise with 5 or more sea days that did not have duplicate bridge for sea days!! they had informal bridge posted but at the venue no one from he ship were there, no cards to play with or anything!!!! Read entire member review >>
The room was plenty spacious (by cruise cabin standards) for the two of us. We had a king bed, a large sofa that could have converted to a bed, a generous vanity/desk area, and a balcony with a bistro set (2 chairs and a table). The bathroom/shower was small, but functional.There was plenty of storage and the only minor complaint was that some of the door hardware was in need of repair. It wasn't really troublesome for us, just something that needs to be fixed. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very nice. The stewards were great. We had upgraded to a concierge cabin. We had the mistaken impression that we would have access to the concierge - silly us. When out cruise was done I bet you couldn't find anyone on our level who knew what the name of the concierge was or we he was hiding! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was clean, the bed was comfortable and the porthole allowed us to see outside. Though we did not spend much time in the cabin, we found that there was good space and the toilet shower room was large enough to ensure that at no time did we feel cramped for space. Read entire member review >>
It took a few days for Concierge level cabin amenities (Room Service menu, ship's services information booklet, flowers, robes, etc.) to appear because of the deep cleaning but considering, the cabin was pleasant with a larger than average balcony. Unfortunately, the term Concierge level is misleading as there really is no dedicated concierge and few extra services worth the added price. The benefits of Concierge level seem to be the added cruise credits and better cabin location. Read entire member review >>
We had a balcony room on deck 9. Perfectly nice room - very clean, reasonably spacious, with a very comfortable bed. Bathroom, with shower and toilet, was reasonable size for a ship cabin. The balcony was a bit small, but sufficient for a table and two chairs. The cabin staff kept the room spotlessly clean and tidy throughout the cruise - cleaned/tidied 3/4 times a day. Read entire member review >>
Loved this stateroom! Aft, looking at wake. We chose this specifically for going through the Panama Canal, but my husband spent the entire time until late afternoon in the upper deck 11 Constellation room, staring ahead with the other passengers! The room is larger and lots of space. Attendants were nice; room was always clean no matter when we left each day. It's like they have a buzzer when we leave. The balcony has two lounges, two chairs and a table...room for a small reception. I loved relaxing on the lounge out of sight from the other passengers....the bed was very comfortable and we had asked for a mattress topper, which was provided. Read entire member review >>
The room was OK and the staff were there regularly. We had sufficient storage space. The cruise was billed as upscale but it did not feel that way. There was no real benefit to concierge class. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin and why we won’t book it againI think I mentioned above that we won’t book this particular cabin again. We were in an aft cabin (9162) which is located right below the Sunset Bar. Whenever anyone would decide to rearrange the furniture in the Sunset Bar it sounded like a freight train was being driven on our roof. Now 90% of the time this was tolerable but we had one very ugly incident on the morning of the day we made our Panama Canal transit. Read entire member review >>
We had a concierge class veranda room. The reason we opted for this was to have some extra room for the baby bed and buggy and to have a balcony. I must say concierge was all a waste as we could not benefit from the amenities at all. Boarding priority was not needed as the boarding for everyone was very smooth, we did not buy any excursions from the ship so no need for concierge, there were afternoon snack service to rooms but you have to be at the room at given time and we never were. So YES for the balcony, NO for the concierge class. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7208 was amazing. A huge balcony, no wind, views of both the port and starboard sides, and extra deck furniture. It was a bit noisy as the stateroom attendants parked their equipment outside our rooms, but that wasn't a huge issue. We were glad we were not on a higher deck however, as noise from the bar would have bothered us. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was pleasant and a decent size for a cruise ship. The balcony was small but nice. I wish it was large enough for a lounge chair so you could stretch out. There was a reasonable amount of drawers for a 7 day cruise, but it might be tight for a longer cruise. The location was close to midship and that helped reduce feeling the movement of the ship. It was close to the library and elevators but not so close as to hear people or mechanical noise. The sound proof was adequate with quiet neighbors but you could hear thumping. The curtain in the shower constantly stuck to our legs and the water temperature varied. The concierge class was not much of an advantage and I would not pay for it again. The robes were nice, but not used much. The fresh flowers were very plain (not a bouquet). The daily canapes were repetitive and just average. The "enhanced" room service menu was only for breakfast and not very impressive. Read entire member review >>
Cabins on the Concierge Level were bigger than expected with a nice balcony. The views were spectacular, though the Sky Deck rooms were a bit noisy due to the walkway just being above your head. Lots of banging, noisy walking....other than that it was great. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin off the fantail with a 180 degree view all the time. Stateroom attendants are great. Veranda had a table, 2 chairs, and 2 lounges. Would highly recommend this cabin. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was the after part of the ship, we were on the sky deck - room 9144. This side of the ship was great since we got to see when we docked and could see when people got off the ship. Balcony was really good, however we never sat out there since it was always windy or too cold while we sailed. You don't get sun on this deck since there is an overhang...it would probably better to try to get a room on the 8th floor. The 9th floor and our cabin was in a great location since we only had to walk up a couple of flights to get to the top deck and oceanview cafe (which is where we spent of our time on the ship). Read entire member review >>
We loved this cabin. I learned about it on this site- the aft balcony is huge enough for a party and lovely for room service breakfast. BUT be careful of the cabinet that houses the minibar. It sticks out at an odd angle. As I was passing the corner in choppy seas my foot hit the cabinet and I broke my toe. (Ship's medical staff is very friendly.) Read entire member review >>
STATEROOM 8170: aft balcony cabin. What a wonderful way to see Alaska! The cabin size seemed pretty much standard, but the balcony was huge. It was easily the size of a one-car garage; my first impression was that my Honda Pilot could park there without problem. We could feel more vibration than we have in previous cabins (usually amidships), but we did not find it annoying or intrusive. We found a single cigarette butt that probably dropped down from the smoking section on the top deck, but no ash or other trash. We loved this cabin, and would recommend it highly. Breakfast each morning out there was heaven. Our cabin steward, Ivan, was excellent, and he exceeded our expectations every day. Read entire member review >>
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