Our stateroom was amazing. Although it was small, it sufficed. Our attendant was amazing and was always there. He greeted us as we commuted to and from our room. He kept everything clean and made sure to visit twice a day. Read entire member review >>
We chose an inside cabin because friends had said they find them ok and as we booked late there wasn't a lot of choice. We won't pick an inside cabin again as we found it difficult to tell if it was even day or night. We didn't find the cabin cramped and yes I know we didn't spend much time in it but we will opt for our usual balcony next time. We have tried inside and it isn't for us. Cabin 1084 also has a pool filter above it and some people have mentioned it is noisy early in the morning. Yes we did hear it but not enough to complain or be moved. Could be an issue for some. Read entire member review >>
Our first time ever in an inside and hopefully our last. Inside was part of our TA's cruise tour package (which included a 10 day, 3000 mile, tour of National Parks in UT WY NV AZ) and to upgrade to OV would have been another $100 a day, each. We prefered to put that towards a couple of special excursions. Cabin size was good, not too cramped but certainly not what one would call spacious. It was well appointed with enough power outlets, nice big TV which swung out from the wall and could be easily adjusted for almost any angle (could even see it from the shower). Large sofa and one desk chair. Bathroom was roomy and modern modular design with curved, double sliding doors for the shower recess which was also roomy. Never had any plumbing problems and never ran out of hotwater. Bed was large and comfy - we are used to a much smaller double bed at home. Plenty of closet space for the two of us but Mrs C had dibs on all the drawers except one, for me. Plenty of space under our bed for suitcases. Read entire member review >>
Inside on Deck 3 midship. I loved the size and design of the stateroom. Plenty of storage facilities. Both American and European power outlets.I missed a clothes line in the bathroom and Celebrity does not provide shower gel (only bar soap and shampoo).The steward, Muhajir, and his assistant did a great job. The room was always clean and tidy, they knew my name (which is difficult to pronounce for English speaking people) from the first day and they would pay attention to those small things that make a cruise special. Read entire member review >>
We stayed inside cabin on deck 7 - aft; I had requesting mid ship (not granted) as I get motion sickness quite easily - not a good place to be the last night at aft. Very noisy whenever the ship docks, I can tell you the exact time when they docked. The room was nice but design space is not well thought out. There is a large couch which takes up a lot of space, I had difficulty fitting my medium size luggage into the closet as the couch was next to the closet. Unable to move the couch - heavy may have been bolted. The closet itself is small. My husband's large size luggage was placed underneath the bed. It could not accommodate mine as lifejackets were also stored there. Not enough shelving units, and inside two of the shelves were warm. I do not know why. Since our tv was wall anchored we had to watch tv on the couch and not in bed. As mentioned before, the room temperature dropped in the middle of the night. Read entire member review >>
Great accessible stateroom with plenty of room and the best accessibility features we have experienced on any cruise ship. The free on-demand TV movies were an added bonus. Read entire member review >>
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