In this spacious 191-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.
regular veranda cabin. It was one of those with the life boats just underneath, which sort of sucks, but it wasn't that big a deal. We didn't spend near as much time on the veranda as would would on a Caribbean cruise.
The cabin was the usual M-class cabin, not very large, but big enough to suit its purpose. No problems with plumbing, temperature or any of that. It is a connecting room, so occasionally we heard a little more out of our neighbors than we would have preferred, but that was rare. Read entire member review >>
Our Deck 8 balcony cabin was very small and we had to turn side-ways to walk by the foot of the beds. The beds did not fit together well and even though the cabin attendant tried to fix it, the separation was uncomfortable. The shower pan had mold and mis-fitting tile-like repair and there was a lot of rust. The drapes were too big for the window, were in two sections that did not meet well and the sheers were missing (the hooks were there). We realize you do not need sheers for privacy on Deck 8, but they are wonderful to cut the glare of the bright sun in the early morning. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was clean but the bathroom smelled bad even though it seemed clean. There was plenty of room for all of our stuff. The balcony was great and I'm glad we had one. The bed was really comfortable. Our steward, Gusty, was excellent at taking care of the room. Read entire member review >>
Additional storage compared to newer ships. But can we splurge and put foot rest with the chairs on the balcony. If it's tha's big of a deal charge me another $5.00 as they probably don't cost much more than that Read entire member review >>
Accessible cabin was fine although I don't use a wheelchair so cannot really comment on the suitability of use with one.
Overall nice clean cabin, bathroom not a problem and balcony average size.
Service spot on by cabin steward Vijay and breakfast service fine Read entire member review >>
Cabin a bit on the small side but lots of storage space. TV is by definition a 'flat screen' but that's about it. Programming, when available (not very often) was extremely limited. Read entire member review >>
Deck 9, 9024, 2B, Balcony, forward on starboard side.
Standard cabin, standard balcony, unobstructed. Cabin had enough storage for cloths and luggage fit under the bed. Shower had curtain instead of glass doors. Did have enough storage space in bathroom for our needs. Bathroom provided with soap, body lotion, hair dryer, shampoo and conditioner. Cabin was pretty quiet as above the cabin is the SPA so no noise at night etc. Cabin was well maintained and clean at all times. Had to request ice for the cabin, which is now standard on Celebrity, they say to save water, I suspect now after this cruise is just another cost savings or revenue enhancement. Read entire member review >>
Bathroom cupboard door handles came off in my hand, we'd run out of supplies, I thought Veranda Class/Select offered more than it did, and the ship looked old and run down. I had a partially blocked view I didn't expect. Read entire member review >>
This cabin has adequate closet space and lots of storage. The cabinetry is in warm wood colors, which I find pleasing. Our steward, Erline, was consistently cheerful, and kept our room clean and neat. The cabin was completely quiet (quieter than a more expensive cabin we had on deck 9 on a previous trip). Having been on the Millennium in 2013, I noted that they had put new flooring in the bathroom. Although forward of the most forward elevator lobby, we had no issues with motion on this cruise. Read entire member review >>
The room was fine. We were very happy we had a balcony. We had beautiful weather so we used it morning and night. Pack wisely though, people who bring more than one carry-on and one checked bag per person (with 2 people to a room) might be unhappy with the size of the room. Read entire member review >>
Celebrity has provided an amazing amount of storage space.
Definitely recommend a balcony... Having breakfast on the balcony while enjoying the glacier is a great way to relax. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was of standard size, clean, but in need of some maintenance. The sliding door on to the balcony needed some work done on it to get rid of the rust on the sliding area, so that it could be opened without all the effort that had to be put in to it. For me there was ample space to put all my things, but then again I was travelling on my own. If there was two people in the cabin then maybe little things like coat hangers and shelves in the bathroom would be nice. One thing that was great was the fact that they had a clothes line in the shower and high enough that you did not have to take it down each time that you had a shower. It was great for washing out the smalls. Read entire member review >>
I wa told our cabin had an unobstructed view, however, the lifeboats are on deck 5 and we looked directly down on them. It was so close to our balcony I could almost touch it. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was ok but looking a little tired. Wardrobe door didn't close properly. Balcony flooded when it rained - a blocked drain further up caused this. Balcony railings were rusty. Cabin steward was excellent. Read entire member review >>
Location is good and room is clean and well appointed. Sliding door frame is old and dirty especially on the outside. Minimum noise from steward's storage. No noise from hair salon above. Sky blocked a bit by extension on deck 10. Read entire member review >>
This is a balcony stateroom on deck 9 forward. We found this room, to be very comfortable for 2 people and has ample storage for 2 regular size suitcases of clothing for a 17 day cruise. The bathroom is fair size with a non claustrophobic shower, which we have had on other ships. The room has the standard furnishing including a king size bed & a large chair, but smaller than a love seat. Although there is a hide away ceiling bed & the sofa can be converted into a bed, the room would be a little small for 4 people. The balcony is fair size, about 4' × 12', with 2 chairs & round table.
This room is below the hair dressing area of the spa on deck 10. The room is approximately 18' from the foyer of the stairs & elevators. This room is near the storage room for the room attendants. We found this room to be generally fairly quiet in the evening, except if you are bother by the roaring or breaking of the water, as the ship breaks through the seas. Read entire member review >>
6083... central location close to elevators, stairs and ILounge, but not to close. Never had an issue with hallway noise. Life boats hung just below our stateroom balcony so they blocked our line of site to anything directly below us. Since we didnt go anywhere... it didn't really matter on this cruise. Read entire member review >>
We loved our cabin. Keep in mind that 9005 has a slightly obstructed view towards the bow. We should have take 9009, which my mother-in-law had. She didn't use the balcony as much. Read entire member review >>
We spent a lot of time researching cabins and trying to find a balcony where we werent spending extra for "concierge class" which seemed to not offer much for the money. Ended up on deck 9 near the rear of the boat on the starboard side, despite booking over 6 months out. Only complaint (outside of not being on the port side) was it must have been under the food service area on 10.. later at night heard carts being pushed back and forth over the room. That said, it was otherwise relatively quiet and easy access to one flight of stairs to the dining area on 10. Read entire member review >>
The balcony has an obstructed view from the top. There is a large overhang that comes out and it is difficult to get any photos from your balcony with that overhang in the way. This was not mentioned anywhere in the brochures. The shower was dirty and smelled of mold. It had areas where there were holes made to the enclosure and then covered back up. The shower had low pressure. Read entire member review >>
Balcony floor covered with cork that comes off on your feet or whatever you lay on it. Mirror over bathroom sink rusty and wearing away. Bathroom on a whole old and worn. Shower very roomy for a cruise ship. Not a lot of storage area. Read entire member review >>
Whole family of four felt that cabin size was too small. We all couldn't unpack it felt very claustrophobic.Bathroom, again too small for family of four.Brochure pics deceiving and the title Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda Misleading Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6020. Very comfortable, somewhat larger veranda than others directly above us. Some fairly loud air noise in the passageway outside the room at certain times, other times OK. Read entire member review >>
We had a great cabin - 7178. The balcony is bigger than other rooms in the same category. Thought the bathroom was a very good size. This was right off the elevators in the aft section of the boat so we felt it was convenient to all areas. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was fine. Of course you never have enough room for your clothes and shoes. Our steward kept it all clean all the time. The bed was hard and the pillows flat. I asked for a fluffy pillow and just got another flat one. :( I would def. go Celebrity again but they are not my favorite cruise line. Read entire member review >>
Really liked our room. We've had bigger rooms but we liked the simplicity of this room and it felt very clean. Carpet looked new. The balcony and balcony furniture felt very clean. We noticed nothing broken or missing. Bathroom nicely functional with good storage. Good storage in the closets, bedside furniture, and desk too. We can't say enough good things about the housekeeping service. We had the best stateroom attendants ever. Two very minor room irritations - the hangers are "security" style which is annoying if you like to wash stuff in the sink to hang dry - c'mon Celebrity, 5.5 stars should attract clientele that you can trust with real hangers. Also, this cabin has a door that goes to the next cabin and we found that if we, or the cabin next door, opened the balcony door, we would hear an extremely loud whistling noise. We figured out that putting a towel on the floor at the bottom of the door stopped the noise entirely. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8038 was forward on the port side, and very easy to get to, as the central elevators were very close. Slightly smaller than CCL and / or Cunard Cabins in the past, however plenty of storage space. Nice Balcony area... Read entire member review >>
7023 - typical balcony room on a 10-year old ship. Plenty of storage. Since it's towards the bow of the ship, the visibility lacks some looking forward, but for the price, it was good. Read entire member review >>
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