Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. Two beds convertible to queen-size, bathroom with shower/tub combination and washbasin. Living room with sofa queen sleeper and vanity. Mini refrigerator,40" LCD TV, wireless internet access, and veranda features lounge seating.
We were in the aft of the ship. Loved our cabin and didn't feel the ships movement there as we had feared. There was lots of storage and the bathroom was wonderful. Our butler, Orlando, unloaded our mini frig the first day so we could put our own beverages covered by the plan in it! Paz and Orlando added to the wonderful experience. Read entire member review >>
Cabin excellent with large balcony and round window. Service excellent including butler.There is no place for other evaluation so I put it here. The music played all day and most of the night at a very high volume all over the ship. It was difficult to have a calm conversation anywhere on the ship and the choice of music was not for background purposes. Even Michael's Club often had loud music. The hard sell has increased on all the Celebrity ships I have been on whether for photography or for restaurants or shopping which disappoints me a bit. This was my 135 cruise on a variety of cruise ships large and small Read entire member review >>
Our second time in it!
Good lounge. Fab balcony with larger lounger, standard lounger, table with chairs. It can be a bit breezy whilst moving.
Alano the butler was perfect. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was excellent and beautiful. We were surprised when we walked in to find the separate bedroom placed in the middle of the cabin between the bathroom and the beautiful living room. We usually like being able to see the ocean from our bed. There were frosted glass panels separating the bedroom from the living room area, so we did get plenty of light in the room. It turned out to be actually great as once we closed the bedroom door, there was absolutely no noise at all. Read entire member review >>
The cabin itself is lovely. Our butler Allano was wonderful bringing us a carafe of espresso every morning. However, this room may be problematic with construction noise. The sound travels up through the walls and feels like it's right in your bedroom. Before we involved the concierge, they were working well into the night and early in the mornings waking us up/keeping us up. Once it was identified where it was coming from, we worked out a compromise. I would avoid this room. Read entire member review >>
The suite is quiet, with a separate sleeping area, adequate storage, a comfortable seating area and a small verandah. We had one comfortable recliner on the verandah, one cheapie, a small table and two chairs.The bed was comfortable with really good pillows. Unfortunately the ship's motion was reflected not only in the usual creaking sounds, but also in what can be best described as pinging sounds in the ceiling above the bed. These kept us awake one night in rough seas, but a pillow over the head helped.This cabin shares the butler and stewards with the Penthouse (which is two doors down), so service is excellent. Read entire member review >>
A good bedroom with a proper door.The lounge area was fine ---lots of cupboard and drawer space.TVs in bedroom and lounge. The bathroom was okay ----although I prefer to have a separate shower cubicle rather than one over the bath.Outside, there was a table with 4 chairs and there was also a huge lounger. 75% of the balcony is totally private. Good views.Peter our butler and Andrew our steward were really helpful. Read entire member review >>
Excellent Cabin Overall. Being on the hump concerned me, but balcony had excellent views. No noise problems from uppper or lower decks. Loved being in the midships location, close to elevator, but far enough away to avid traffic Read entire member review >>
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