Aqua Class
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Aqua Class (A1) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: January 2018
Cabin was small and tired. Shower wasn't very clean, also very small, water ran everywhere all the time. Balcony wasn't clean at first (cabin steward resolved that). Read More
Cabin was small and tired. Shower wasn't very clean, also very small, water ran everywhere all the time. Balcony wasn't clean at first (cabin steward resolved that). Read Less
First time cruiser : Cabin 1105
Sail Date: January 2018
Cabin was very good and in good shape. Not worn or damaged. I was surprised at what wasn't in the cabin after reading other reviews and seeing YouTube videos though. We got the 3 apples and slippers but, no champagne, no rose, no robes. ... Read More
Cabin was very good and in good shape. Not worn or damaged. I was surprised at what wasn't in the cabin after reading other reviews and seeing YouTube videos though. We got the 3 apples and slippers but, no champagne, no rose, no robes. Eventually we got the champagne but having to ask for it later really destroyed the experience. Also there was nothing to tell us what came with our class like the spa and eating at Blu. It's like they assumed you knew everything already. I really felt lost as a new cruiser and felt Celebrity really let us down there. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
The Aqua Class experience was so nice, I'd prefer this or better on future Celebrity cruises. We had expedited embarkation, free tea, pillow choices, very nice bathrobes and slippers, a complimentary bottle of wine, fruit choices, access ... Read More
The Aqua Class experience was so nice, I'd prefer this or better on future Celebrity cruises. We had expedited embarkation, free tea, pillow choices, very nice bathrobes and slippers, a complimentary bottle of wine, fruit choices, access to Blu, binoculars and an umbrella, and access to the thermal rooms in the spa area, which were very nice, but I don't think anyone was policing who could use these and were open to the ship. They were mostly empty in any case. There were some unfortunately uneven choices for canapes delivered every day to our room. These are a great idea when properly executed; but on some days, we'd be served couscous, hummus, or an olive tapenade with no utensils or any bread or crackers to eat them with. This made no sense to me. Because they had difficulty filling the ship with the hurricane out of Puerto Rico, we got our cabin upgraded to an A1 on deck 11. I preferred this over the A2s with the overhang on deck 9. Our balcony was the biggest we've had compared to spa cabins on Carnival and a standard balcony on Princess. One nice perk was the full sized, dining height teak table between the two reclining chairs. The bed was comfortable, there was adequate storage (not including the stacked drawers in the closet which were too small), and the bathroom was kept full with shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, bar soap, and lip balm. I also liked that our shower had an actual door on it, rather than a flimsy curtain. I missed a bathroom electrical plug. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
Love this aft cabin - always our first choice. The balcony is very large with a bit of an overhang to protect 1/2 from rain. Two chairs, table and one lounger. A little noise during the day from the Rooftop Terrace if there is a movie ... Read More
Love this aft cabin - always our first choice. The balcony is very large with a bit of an overhang to protect 1/2 from rain. Two chairs, table and one lounger. A little noise during the day from the Rooftop Terrace if there is a movie or concert playing, but it never bothered us. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
Cabin: We were Aqua class and had a cabin on the 11th deck, toward the aft section of the ship. These cabins have no overhang, so if it's raining, the veranda isn't of much use. And if you "shun the sun', also not the best. You ... Read More
Cabin: We were Aqua class and had a cabin on the 11th deck, toward the aft section of the ship. These cabins have no overhang, so if it's raining, the veranda isn't of much use. And if you "shun the sun', also not the best. You also get a lot of motion in that area, so not a good choice if you are susceptible to sea sickness. The cabin was pretty normal, decent mattress, plenty of storage, etc, etc. My only complaint was water pressure in the shower. It was abysmal, which isn't surprising seeing as you are on the top deck with cabins. Aqua class showers have jets that shoot the water sideway, which were useless as there wasn't enough pressure. The water pretty much drained out of the shower head. We had friends in the next cabin and they had the same issue. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
Good sized balcony cabin - Aqua Class Not as much storage as NCL and Princess balcony cabins, but plenty for 2 people Huge shower and cool multi jet spray Good sized balcony, although shame about the overhang. I would go with deck 7 ... Read More
Good sized balcony cabin - Aqua Class Not as much storage as NCL and Princess balcony cabins, but plenty for 2 people Huge shower and cool multi jet spray Good sized balcony, although shame about the overhang. I would go with deck 7 balcony or lower if I sailed again on this class ship Read Less
Summit is Super! : Cabin 1124
Sail Date: December 2017
The place looked brand new with an older sofa. Not big but well designed. Read More
The place looked brand new with an older sofa. Not big but well designed. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2017
This aft facing cabin features a great view and large deck, overlooking the aft bar area which was never a hindrance to our enjoyment. While its end location does diminish some of the privacy other balconies might enjoy, people were ... Read More
This aft facing cabin features a great view and large deck, overlooking the aft bar area which was never a hindrance to our enjoyment. While its end location does diminish some of the privacy other balconies might enjoy, people were often surprised down below when we wished them a good morning, showing that we was them more than they did us. The cabin overall is similar to other balcony accommodations, with the minor 'feature' of heated mirrors in the bathroom. While the steam free mirror saved us a towel stroke, the heat generated behind the mirror turned the bathroom sauna like if you didn't leave the door ajar. The door was sticky, there were rust spots on the outside and needed maintenance across the cabin. We did hear the ship was going into dry dock in 2018 for a full refurbishment (down to to the shell) which is much needed. Read Less

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