AquaClass
AquaClass Veranda staterooms feature floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, a sitting area with sofa, two beds convertible to queen, vanity, bath with shower and Hansgrohe shower panel, television, veranda, and a private mini-bar. AquaClass guests also receive complimentary access to the Persian Garden and Relaxation Room, exclusive access to Blu, an upgraded room service menu, a personal spa concierge, and a daily delivery of bottled water and tea.

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AquaClass (A1) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: December 2017
Cabin is smaller in square footage than similar cabins on competitive cruise lines. Pretty much the same size as a standard veranda cabin. Paying a lot more for Blu, and Persian Gardens. Hardly seems worth it. Read More
Cabin is smaller in square footage than similar cabins on competitive cruise lines. Pretty much the same size as a standard veranda cabin. Paying a lot more for Blu, and Persian Gardens. Hardly seems worth it. Read Less
Celebrity Reflection : Cabin 1563
Sail Date: November 2017
Great shower, nice bath products. Plenty of storage space under the bed, in closet, and in cabinets above the bed. Chairs and foot stools on lanai are great for watching the sea and snoozing. Aqua class is comfortable and relaxing with ... Read More
Great shower, nice bath products. Plenty of storage space under the bed, in closet, and in cabinets above the bed. Chairs and foot stools on lanai are great for watching the sea and snoozing. Aqua class is comfortable and relaxing with nice amenities, including access to the Persian Gardens. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2017
Aqua Class (A1) cabin mid ship, port side, deck 12. Very near elevators and Captain's Club Desk. Bed near the bath. This cabin was extremely convenient and quiet with an extra large balcony on the hump. The view was forward and ... Read More
Aqua Class (A1) cabin mid ship, port side, deck 12. Very near elevators and Captain's Club Desk. Bed near the bath. This cabin was extremely convenient and quiet with an extra large balcony on the hump. The view was forward and unobstructed. There was no wind issue. We'd definitely book again. Our stateroom attendant, Ian was one of the best we've had. He always seemed to know as soon as we left and our cabin both morning and evening, and it was magically done before we returned. He got to know our preferences immediately and brought us our favored pillows, extra towels, and fresh ice was always in the ice bucket. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2017
standard cabin - Aqua cabins are no nicer than any other balcony cabin - they're just higher on the ship, so you pay more Read More
standard cabin - Aqua cabins are no nicer than any other balcony cabin - they're just higher on the ship, so you pay more Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Bed by the bath. Nothing out of the ordinary worth noting. Read More
Bed by the bath. Nothing out of the ordinary worth noting. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Cabin Review We had cabin 1553 (deck 11 midship, port side) -- close enough to the forward elevator bank to be convenient, but far enough from the elevators to be shielded from noise. The cabin itself was not quite as large or luxurious ... Read More
Cabin Review We had cabin 1553 (deck 11 midship, port side) -- close enough to the forward elevator bank to be convenient, but far enough from the elevators to be shielded from noise. The cabin itself was not quite as large or luxurious as the one we had on Seabourn -- but the cost of this 14-day cruise was about half that of a 7-day cruise on Seabourn. The bed was very comfortable, and we both slept well after getting used to the motion of the ship. We heard little if any noise from neighboring cabins or the hallway. There are two small problems we noticed in the cabin: 1) there aren't enough hooks to hang things up (we solved that by buying magnetic hooks that attach to most cabin walls); 2) there are no power outlets convenient to the bed (this was an issue because my wife needed to plug in a CPAP machine at night). But our cabin attendant, Genevil, took care of that by taping the extension cord onto the floor, so no one would trip on it. Other than that, the cabin was fine -- and the daily afternoon delivery of a plate of little amuse-bouche was a nice touch. Depending on the ship's orientation relative to the incident swells, there was a fair amount of pitch and/or roll. Roll was detectable even without a view to the outside, but the only way I could tell the ship was pitching was to be on deck and watch the motion of the rail against the horizon. The most roll was on the sea days between Civitavecchia and Barcelona and between Málaga and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The midship location of our cabin mitigated the effect of pitch, but it made no difference in terms of roll. Neither of us suffered from motion sickness, but the rolling motion woke us up repeatedly because we felt like we were going to fall out of bed. However, we got used to it pretty quickly. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2017
The room was very well organized with sufficient space for storage. We asked for additional hangers to make up for the shortage. We did have to ask for the sparking wine (whereas last cruise it was in the room waiting for us. Our ... Read More
The room was very well organized with sufficient space for storage. We asked for additional hangers to make up for the shortage. We did have to ask for the sparking wine (whereas last cruise it was in the room waiting for us. Our attendant Duver was always there to take care of any issues. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
Cabin was very nice. Aqua class gets bottled water and ice tea daily. The shower was amazing and the cabin was a good size for two people. The luggage fits nicely under the bed. More drawer space would be nice but overall a very nice cabin.... Read More
Cabin was very nice. Aqua class gets bottled water and ice tea daily. The shower was amazing and the cabin was a good size for two people. The luggage fits nicely under the bed. More drawer space would be nice but overall a very nice cabin. Read Less

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