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.
Good location on ship near aft elevators on port side. Sliding door to balcony was showing its age---very hard to open/close. Problems with shower water temperature during entire cruise---attendant tried to fix---water pulsed from hot/warm/cold during entire shower. Drain in bathroom lavatory made constant noices (gurgle) found filling sink with water before bed made it quieter. Sofa has seen better days----once seated, hard to get out of the hole you were in from sinking down. Attendant kept cabin clean and tidy. Tried to solve problems. Otherwise very good cabin conditions.
Boarding in San Diego was terrible. Be sure to check if there are two ships that day! San Diego can handle one, but not Celebrity and Disney at the same time. 2 hours from arriving at port to boarding ship. Read entire member review >>
Standard Celebrity concierge room. Truly mid-ship location. Minimal traffic past room. Pull-out couch in this room. Most of one wall is a large panel of mirrors.
The cloth shower curtain tended to stick to one's backside during showers.
If you sleep with a CPAP type machine, note that there is no plug-in near the head of the bed -- you will have to step over the extension cord every trip you make to the bathroom.
The TV is in an odd location - you can see it well from the bed, but not very well from the couch (which is near the sliding glass door to the verandah). TV channels were a bit limited and there is a charge for most movies.
We enjoyed the variety of pillows (and we were able to get a body pillow which was very useful -- in fact, w put it behind our back on the couch during the day and that kept us from sitting so far down and back in the couch).
The daily canapes were pathetic. Both us and our travelling companions asked them to be discontinued. (4 toothpick-type appetizers under a large cover).
A little bit of noise from adjoining cabin (someone had a coughing fit a couple of times), but no cruiseship noise.
Ample storage space -- more than in some cabins.
Verandah was nice - typical two chairs and small table. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very nice. Our cabin steward, Ahmat, was excellent. The veranda fit two chairs and a small table and we got a nice view of the ports and the Panama Canal. Our bed was large and provided very nice support. Our empty luggage fit underneath the bed. There is a good-sized couch and a small desk with chair that were useful. The bathroom featured a small, but efficient shower. The shower had a curtain instead of a door which wanted to cling to you as you showered. A door would be much better. The water in sink and shower was capable of scalding temperatures as mentioned above. Read entire member review >>
Old, tired. Couch (hide-a-bed) was damaged and uncomfortable to sit on. "Upgraded" towels were average Hotel quality at best. Nothing more than i would have expected in the least expensive cabin. "Plush, soft, upgraded" bathrobes were heaver than standard, but were not soft in any stretch of the imagination. Extra items promised for Concierge cabin were not in evidence, e.g., second hair dryer, embossed key holder, embossed note pad. Fruit provide in cabin consisted of 1 apple, 1 pear, and 1 orange, changed daily. We could have gotten more attractive and tasty fruit from the Sea View cafe. Afternoon canapes were ordered and delivered once. They were terrible. All in all, not worth the extra cost of Concierge Class over standard Veranda Class. Read entire member review >>
We were very satisfied with this cabin. We had plenty of room for the two of us. The shelves next to the dressing table were not only great for more storage, they doubled as a drying rack for clothes washed in sink. The balcony has a bigger table which is also at dinner table height so it's possible to enjoy a romantic dinner on the balcony. The cabin was fairly quite, although I did note that when you run the air and the seas are rough, the vents "knock". They did not do this in more calm waters. Read entire member review >>
Very small, just a sofa and desk chair. No stuffed side chair. Terribly small (irregular) balcony. So small, that one of the chair couldn't face outward. Good selection of amenities. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was clean and comfortable. Quiet. I wouldn't call it spacious, but plenty of room for two of us for two weeks, including storage for our summer clothes and winter clothes and my camera gear and computer gear etc etc. Plastic shower curtain, not a glass door, which I know is an issue for some. But we have plastic shower curtains at home so I don't see any problem. Toiletries were ok, they were restocked when needed if not before. Our previous experience was on RCCL Adventure of the Seas. Our cabins there had the bed closer to the door going out to the balcony. On Infinity our cabin was flipped, with the bed closer to the entrance, and the sitting area and desk closer to the balcony. I preferred this layout. Read entire member review >>
This is a very nice cabin, spacious with plenty of storage. Our TA delayed calling in our booking and we were not able to get the cabin on the port side we wanted. The view is better on that side when going from Valpo to BA. The reverse is true when sailing from BA to Valpo. We had a concierge cabin, mostly due to more points and not much more money. The perks would not have been worth any additional money. It is a cold itinerary for the most part and we only went on the balcony once to take pictures at Cape Horn. The canapés that were delivered were not at all good and we stopped ordering them after a few days. Our steward Pamela was excellent. Read entire member review >>
Afternoon appetizers were not worth waiting for. There was good storage. Room was relatively quiet and easy to get to Concierge in the library who was a big help. Our cabin attendants were very food. It was cold on the ocean so we rarely used the veranda. Read entire member review >>
Large stateroom with ample storage. Large wall of mirror makes it feel bigger. Ample hangers in closet. Comfortable bed with four pillows. Roomy shower with excellent removable shower head and excellent shampoo, conditioner, soap and body wash gel. Has larger veranda since it's on the "hump" with nice size round table and two chairs that sit straight and can be adjusted to lean back. Very quiet yet quite close to elevators. Because the Infinity is Millenium class - smaller than Solstice class - you do feel a bit of the rolling. But this cabin is located very well on the ship so that the one morning we had really rough seas and high winds, we again only felt it a bit. Excellent. Read entire member review >>
Well planned, loads of space, comfy big bed, they even provided a kettle and tea/coffee for the room. Balcony needed cleaning of thick salt from recent weather, but otherwise fab. Read entire member review >>
After much investigation we chose a concierge (extras not worth the money) starboard cabin 8046 and we would not have swapped this cabin for any other in its price range , it has an extra large triangular balcony with solid bulkhead wall which cuts down any wind , Deck 9 has both potential deck noise and a large overhang which blocks your view so deck 8 or possibly 7 is the way to go imo . Also at every port the starboard side on this cruise had the better views so we were very happy with our Cabin choice Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was on deck nine and had the pool deck above. Occasionally, we heard chairs moving around, but it was not often. The room seemed a little larger than a standard veranda. The jets in the shower are nice. Some may be bothered by the overhang from deck 10. Read entire member review >>
Nice large closet, pleasant but small veranda, and conveniently located to two sets of elevators, midships and aft, and because of the location just aft of midships, not much subject to pitch.
It was an interconnected room to room 8128, so one can hear conversations in that cabin, and presumably people in that cabin can hear your conversation. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was a concierge 8109 which was reasonably spacious with plenty of storage space. There was a connecting door to the next cabin, and unlike the Eclipse where the connecting doors are in the corridor, this one was in the cabin. We will not book a cabin with a connecting door again, because we could hear noise from the adjoining cabin, such as people talking, the TV etc. Read entire member review >>
Close to aft elevators, which was helpful as we had a mobility-impaired member of our party. You can occasionally be startled by chairs and tables being moved upstairs, as you are directly below the Oceanview Cafe. Read entire member review >>
Good location on the ship - quiet and midway to elevators. Close to the library. Very quiet and confortable. Enjoyed the balcony. The large window kept you from feeling claustrophobic. Bathroom was surprisingly larger than we expected. Lots of closet space. Read entire member review >>
9122. Stateroom attendant was a grump. Probably our only complaint. Make sure to get a room on the starboard side, 75% of the trip has things to see there. Port side only about 30%. Mostly you see open water. Read entire member review >>
We had a Hump balcony that is a triangle facing towards the rear of the ship the views were great and we had enough space for 3 people rm 8045, however rust stains on the wall and railing kind of spoiled the view. Read entire member review >>
We had a C-2 Cabin, #8114. Our DD and her DH had a C-3 Cabin, #8130 Although we paid more for our C-2 Cabin than they did for their C-3 Cabin, they were exactly the same. Ours was just a bit closer to the elevator. The cabin was quiet and we felt that it was in a good location. We also had a great view from our balcony. But I do not see any advantage to paying more for a C-1 or C-2 Cabin when you can get the same for a C-3. One thing that I liked is that the bed was near the door/hallway and the sofa was near the balcony. I really prefer this arrangement. Read entire member review >>
Partially obstructed view which we were not told until we got to our room. Room was quiet and had a lot of storage space. There was no electrical outlet near the bed for my husband's cpap machine, so we had to get an extension cord and string it across the room at night. I almost tripped over it a couple of times in the middle of the night. Bed was very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Tiny bathroom with a slightly sewage smell. Loved the jetted shower, tiny as it was. Enjoyed the fresh flowers, water and tea in the room. Nice balcony - wish the overhang was not so large, as it obstructed views of the magnificent scenery we cruised through. Read entire member review >>
Room 8078 is a very good concierge class room forward of midship. The room is well-designed with adequate storage space. If you have a lot of electrical equipment bring an extension cord to expand the two western plugs on the dresser. The beds are comfortable, the pillow menu, shoe shine and flowers are nice. There is a large and small umbrella. The provided binoculars are toy caliber. We spend a lot of time on the balcony so like the extra room. We had sun a couple of morning hours a day. We replaced the daily canape delivery with the fruit and cheese plate. We appreciated that service desk provided 6 cokes instead of the welcome champagne and moved their drinks out of the fridge for our drinks. For many folks the extra amenities of Concierge level are not worth the extra money. Read entire member review >>
Good balcony; larger than usual triangle shape. Concierge class has some nice extras. Good access to forward elevators. Convenient to Celebrity theater (Deck 5) and Constellation Lounge (Deck 11) using those elevators. Long walks to aft section where dining facilites are located. Read entire member review >>
Not much room to move around...which is why we will not do smaller than sky suites. Husband said shower was like taking a shower in a pup tent. Great location, near elevators and stairs, small balcony. Read entire member review >>
Had an almost-constant 'mystery noise' that sounded like running water through pipes. Most noticeable when room was otherwise quiet. Could not hear a similar noise in the other 3 cabins in our group.
I never took the elevators at all and I found Deck #8 to be fairly 'central' both up/down and fore/aft. Read entire member review >>
Room 8107- This is a concierge class C2 room. It is mid-ship and close to the elevators. Good views from balcony. No noise problems.
In the room, bring an extension cord with additional outlets if you need to plug in more than 2 things right at the desk. There is no night light in the bathroom, but you can unplug the one in the room and plug it into the socket on the hair dryer. It gives off just enough light so that you can see if you have to get up in the night and then you don't have to turn on the lights in the bathroom. The bedside lamps are very dim and don't really give out enough light to read by. Bring a book light if you do a lot of reading in bed. The mattresses are firm, but not hard. I slept well which is unusual since I have trouble many times when away from home.
I had not had a room with a balcony on previous cruises, but even with the marginal weather, I am totally sold on getting a balcony on any future cruise. The floor to ceiling glass door lets so much more light into the room and it is so nice to be able to go outside at any time without having to go up on deck.
If there are 3 of you in a regular room, then it will be cramped when the love seat is folded out into a bed and you can't get to the balcony without climbing over the fold out bed. Read entire member review >>
Nice cabin, roomy. Only drawbacks are the deck overhang from above (sometimes interfering with photo-taking but not a deal-breaker) and the window washing cart is between 9067 and 9069 (also not a deal-breaker). Read entire member review >>
8078 had running water sound at various times through the night above the front door which made it hard to sleep. They could not find the problem because every time they came to check it was not there. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9092 was Excellent but alittle worn and needed alittle upkeep. It was always really clean on a daily basis. Some repairs had to be done while we wee there and they were done almost immediately when we asked for them. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8087- This was a very quiet cabin, we didn't even know we had neighbors, the crew halls were all located further down the hall, we were in the middle of the hall so the elevators were close enough but far enough away that we never heard anything. The balcony was a little smaller than I would have liked but again the view was great, and our neighbors were never out when we were so it was great. We very seldom even felt the ship move so no complaints there. The showers were a bit small, but we never ran out of hot water. There were 3 closet doors with more than enough room for 2 people, the only problem was if the closet doors were open you could not open the bathroom door, and you could not walk down the small hallway in the room. But overall we did not spend much time in our room, but we could have and we would have been fine. Also you are pretty close to a library so if you choose to read a book you would not have far to go. Being on the 8th floor was great because everything was either 2 floors up or 2 floors down so if the elevators happened to be full you could walk the stairs and not break a sweat! I would recommend this room to anyone. Read entire member review >>
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