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 (A2) Cabin Reviews

I had originally booked a Concierge Class cabin, but asked my travel agent if I could upgrade to Aqua Class instead. Sure enough, I had an Aqua Class cabin on the port side and access to Blu. This class had access to other amenities such ... Read More
I had originally booked a Concierge Class cabin, but asked my travel agent if I could upgrade to Aqua Class instead. Sure enough, I had an Aqua Class cabin on the port side and access to Blu. This class had access to other amenities such as bathrobes, slippers, a pillow menu, a complimentary tote bag, complimentary use of the binoculars and brolly (Brit speak for umbrella) and a weird shower nozzles. What was weird about them? They spouted water at various parts of my anatomy and there was no sheet of directions in the shower enclosure about their use. I noted in my cruise line comment survey that no pillow menu was available in the cabin, and no pitcher of iced tea was replenished daily. I did have afternoon canapes though. The balcony was equipped with two loungers and a table, and the view was partially obstructed by a strut supporting a Deck 14 venue above me--was it the pool or the Ocean View Cafe? I'm glad I didn't smell the horrid odor of cigars or cigarettes from my neighbors, whom I barely saw except in the hallway on or their entry to their Aqua cabin. Would I book Aqua Class again? Maybe if only to get access to a dining room that had better service than the MDR. But the other amenities offered to Aqua Class guests weren't worth the cost, and were basically the same as what guests receive as Concierge Class cabin occupants. Perhaps I ought to book a suite if I really wanted great perks like butler service and another exclusive dining room, but I don't think I can regularly afford suites on my retirement income. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
We were in AQ class forward only because there was a great reduction in prices and we since we wanted AQ, we forfeited our mid ship location. The ship was pretty stable except for one day that was very rought but that effected the entire ... Read More
We were in AQ class forward only because there was a great reduction in prices and we since we wanted AQ, we forfeited our mid ship location. The ship was pretty stable except for one day that was very rought but that effected the entire ship. This location was way too far from the elevator and the complete opposite of the ship where Blu is (forward vs back). Our cabin steward Narciso was new and was outstanding. Regarding AQ and perks. I don't understand why they continue to include canapes (we changed to cheese and crackers - cracker were cheap, awful and stale) and after two days asked for nothing. Canapes sitting in a cabin for hours is not smart. The balcony did have footstools and had enough space for comfort. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
Very nice bed, AC, Veranda, shower. The TV is over the couch and kind of small but we never watched it; if it had been in front of the bed (instead of the large picture) we probably would have.
Very nice bed, AC, Veranda, shower. The TV is over the couch and kind of small but we never watched it; if it had been in front of the bed (instead of the large picture) we probably would have. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019

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