In these stylish 170-square-feet of living space, you'll have a lovely sitting area, amenities galore and a generous view of the ocean thanks to the floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. Step out onto the veranda to see the view up close and personal. Some rooms are accessible.
Really a very tiny room, although it's called "Deluxe room with balcony". Decor was definitely old - light -colored wall paneling, orange sheers, orange-ish carpeting that was very dirty as evidenced by our white socks!
Bathroom had a mildewy smell which they were never able to eliminate and there was zero water pressure in the shower, also never fixed. The A/C had to run 24/7 to keep the room comfortable and it would have been better to have a thermostat rather than a blue/red dial. The decor of the rooms is quite dated and at first we had a badly-ripped bedskirt which was changed out. There was plenty of storage for everything and the balcony was a pleasant place to linger.
Bed was comfortable and our cabin attendant was helpful and friendly. The location was great as we were not near elevators and things stayed quiet. Read entire member review >>
we chose the cabin because it had a larger sloping balcony but the cabin was very narrow, smaller than other balcony cabins on other ships. The shower was good and normal size bathroom, enough drawers and hanging space Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very clean and well appointed, of course it goes without saying that it was small, but we were too cheap to go the suite route. The bathroom facilites were fine and the bed was comfortable. Not much more to say, other than the extra cost of a balcony was well worth it, in my opinion Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was nice, a perfect size for two people. We really liked the fact that the balcony door stayed open.
The storage was great for a cruise ship; plenty of hangers, some drawers and space under the bed for suitcases.
The bed and bedding was very comfortable, but the best thing about our room was our room steward, George. George has worked for Celebrity for 17 years and really did his job well. He was always making sure we had everything we needed in our cabin, as well as in our kids cabin who had a different steward. Read entire member review >>
The rooms were standard size (170 sqft). The bathrooms were more spacious then most with a large shower for this call of ship compared to the last time I cruised that class. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was adequate for our needs. It had a vanity for the wife, a small couch and table, and a king-size bed. Two drawer night stands were on each side of the bed with reading lamps on each. The bath had the typically large Celebrity shower and hand-held shower head. Two adequate storage shelves were above the sink. The closet area was adequate and several drawers were available in one part. There was a safe for valuables. The balcony had two chairs and a small table. The steward did an excellent job taking care of the cabin. Read entire member review >>
Very beatufiully decorated. Note that there is NO power outlet in the bathroom. Which means you'll need to dry your hair at the desk by the balcony. However, there are 2 outlets at the desk so you might consider bringing a power bar. Read entire member review >>
Everything was just great although when the beds were made into twins, it was a little tight for space between the one bed and the sofa bed. Anything we asked for was provided and the cabin was kept clean and tidy. The cabin steward was always very helpful and smiling. Read entire member review >>
our cabin.... it was well kept up with very clean and everything in its place.... everyday the service to our stateroom was good and Jose our stateroom attendant was very helpful and funny.... only small moan would be the towel could have done with being bath sheets not bath towels.... but on all lovely Read entire member review >>
It was the same as the last time we cruised (on sister ship Millenium) which was comforting as we were able to settle in immediately. We had reviewed many cruise critic.com tips and youtube cruising tips which were fantastic for making the best use of the limited storage space. We actually didn't even have to use all the cupboards as a result of the great tips we found. Read entire member review >>
Spacious cabin with lots of storage space. Good bed, good firm mattress. TV works flawless. Cabin was quiet. Cabinetry was hit and miss. One day the entire dresser door fell off.
Plumbing was bad. Inconsistent temperature in the shower. Vanity mechanism was inoperable. Read entire member review >>
The temperature control in our cabin did not function so we were always very cold and both of us caught colds. On the last night of the cruise we heard loud noises near our room that sounded like repairs being made, and we smelled soldering or welding. The room steward refused to bring us a do-not-disturb doorknob tag, saying he preferred to use "intuition," and consequently he entered a couple of times while we were seeking private moments. Read entire member review >>
Firstly, the ceiling in the stateroom creaked continually. Being light sleepers this was a real pain and despite their best efforts it couldn't be fixed. We were advised that it was because the ship was old. The bathroom and shower could at best be described as third class. The grout on the floor was dirty, floor tiles were cracked and the shower curtain hooks were a health hazzard. I've never seen so much rust on shower hooks and demanded they be immediately changed (which took 2 days). The coffee table in the room was also rusted and the balcony so poorly maintained we hardly used it. It looked like the most recent balcony re-paint was completed on rough seas, paint splashes on the floor and glass balcony, paint peeling away in other parts and dirty smudges on the floor. I was very surprised at Celebrity, more so given their brand of being "Modern luxury". The stateroom door had a one inch gap at the bottom ensuring the room was never in complete darkness and their insistance of vacuuming the corridors after midnight ensured being kept awake. I have photographs which I submitted to Celebrity to ensure no-one else has to put up with what we had to. Read entire member review >>
Slightly small but well laid out, closets by the door were difficult to get around. Closet lay out in Princess is much better.Slightly larger veranda was nice but bad weather stopped us from using it muchShower area was good. Read entire member review >>
This room has the extra large balcony closer to the front of the ship. The balcony faces towards the rear of the ship starboard side just above the life boats so no obstruction. The room is the same size as any other. Smaller than the Solstice class. Good for two but not three. The closet and bathroom doors are across from each other so a little of a pain when getting ready for dinner. Bathroom was fine with long narrow shower and curtain. I have no issues with room and would easily book another as long just 2 people. Flat screen tv .. Mini fridge was not really that cold with no visible temp. adjustment Beds are comfortable. The ship overall seemed to keep the A/C on warm. The rooms A/C was always at max cold. Advantages, close to the Theatre,one floor down to Cafe El Bacio for Morning Cafe. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7175 - We chose this cabin because of the extra large balcony compared to others in this class. All 4 of us shared the same cabin. There was ample room for storing our clothes and suitcases (under the bed). We nested our empty suitcases for extra room. We did not feel cramped in the cabin. Read entire member review >>
We were in 1123 which is an AquaClass stateroom. The room was quite nice with a decent amoun of space. The closet had plenty of room including 6 drawers. We had a nice size desk/vanity that also had cabinet space on either side. We had a sofa and a small table which was great for breakfast in the room. There was a huge tv and a mini-bar below it with more counter space. Our bathroom was great for a cruise! We had counter space and storage on shelves above and also cabinets below. We had a REAL shower stall with a HansGroe rainshower which was wonderful. We had nice, big, soft towels. The only thing lacking is that there is NO outlet in the bathroom. Also, the hairdryer that is provided is very hard to use as you must hold a button in and it's really hard to hold in! Our balcony was big with 2 chairs and a table. The overhang is only over about 1/2 the depth of the balcony so when it is raining...the balcony is soaked....and it rained a lot! We were AFT so we often had to go down to 9 to walk over and then back up to 11. But....we loved our room!! Read entire member review >>
Our room was nice. Lots of storage space. The location, was good near elevator and stairs. Didn't mind being forward as the cruise was never rocky except the first night. We had a great view of Tracy Arm from our balcony. We booked as a category guarantee which was a much better price than picking a cabin so we were pleased with everything.
Next time I'd like to try Aqua Class. Read entire member review >>
We had that little nook by the forward elevators, right where there's a jog in the hallway. Gave us a bit more space to place baggage at the end of the trip. Quiet, even though it was near the elevator. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6053 was very nicely appointed and in very good condition. We most liked the verandah because of its size. It is not aligned perpendicularly to the port side of the ship but is angled aft, is larger than all the others in the same category due to this and provides a nicer view (in our opinion). Well laid out bath but no hair dryer. Night light in bath was very appreciated. TV reception was awful, but we did like the interactive system that allowed us to check our bill and order room service. Close to elevators. This is the only ship we can say we heard noises from other rooms though, especially toilet flushes. Read entire member review >>
We had stateroom #6098. It is very close to the elevators and mid ship. Very quiet location. you look down on the lifeboats which some people like since they are not looking straight down at the ocean. Lots of room for clothing. Read entire member review >>
Not a lot of room to move around, but adequate with a love seat, table, and desk besides the beds and night stands. They did put many hangers in the closet for this longer cruise which I appreciated. The balcony sat 2 people comfortably with a table in between. Read entire member review >>
Room 7120 is a very good room mid-ship on the starboard side. The balcony is well covered by the larger balconies of the Concierge level rooms above it. The metal wall forward provides additional privacy. The aft balcony wall is opaque glass. There were two chairs and a small table. We are very grateful Celebrity does not allow smoking on balconies.
The room is very well designed with adequate closet space and storage for two. Beds, two bed stands, small couch, coffee table, desk and chair, small fridge, TV, two lamps, ice bucket and four glasses. We were comfortable with two people and rarely had to do the shuffle to allow movement. It would be crowded but functional if the suspended bunk is lowered from the ceiling or the single couch bed unfolded.
There are electrical outlets above the desk and one in the bathroom (good for a night light), so an extension cord or outlet strip is handy for phones, computers or other electrical devices. (The two outlets behind the bed are used for the lamps). There is a safe in the closet. (It remembers whatever code you entered each time, not the one you intended to enter, so be careful) :)
The bathroom seems larger than Princess or Royal Caribbean ships we have used. Amenities include soap, q-tip/cotton balls, small bottles of shampoo, conditioner and lotion (preferred by us to the dispensers on other ships). There is a clothesline at the top of the shower. It would be good to weight the shower curtains or add a convex curtain rod to prevent the curtain from crowding the shower.
The pillows and bed were comfortable. It will be interesting to see how they make a very good room even better with upcoming refurbishing of the ship. Our efficient stateroom attendant kept the room meticulously clean with morning cleaning and evening turn down service. Our only concern would be the AC service seemed inadequate on the hottest days of the cruise. Read entire member review >>
A bit worn, good use of space, slightly larger balcony, hallway noise every morning around 4 AM. I would recommend a balcony on the seventh or eighth deck, as those on the ninth deck had supporting braces for the tenth deck interfering with the view. Read entire member review >>
8161 - great balcony (in that it's larger than most around it and hard for others to see into it) but not great balcony in that it doesn't get sun (or at least in South America) until LATE in the day because of the way the casual dining alcoves stick out over the ship). Deck 9 got NO sun on our cruise but being lower (even deck 7) or at the front of the ship guaranteed more sun for a greater part of the day.Room is fine...not as much storage as some ships and the 'queen bed' has a big crack in the middle which we hadn't experienced on other ships before. Read entire member review >>
8032 starbpard-- way too far forward-- not too far from the forward elevators but except for the theatre-- everything is aft!!!! if you have a choice go middle or aft not forward. Otherwise, location is quiet.
Cabin was small, unable to get luggage under the bed, small balcony, not enough shelf space, hair dryer on wall in bathroom. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin 7049 was spacious and has one of the angled balconies where the ship angles out. The location was quiet. Closet space was excellent. The balcony was larger than others in this category. It could use new curtains and bedding. Read entire member review >>
The concierge class on this ship is about 3 feet bigger/longer than the veranda cabin. If you can spend a bit more go for the larger (longer) cabin. Stay away from the elevator area cabins, light shines under your door. Read entire member review >>
Handicap access cabin did not have room to keep the power scooter in it with out blocking the door or the desk chair. Cabin only had a desk chair, and the door could not be opened with a push button. Also passage way was to narrow to manuever a chair in and out of the room. Read entire member review >>
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