We had an inside room and i was pleasantly surprised with the bunk bed, it was not cramped and even had a night light. we separated the beds and used the coffee table as an end table and it opened up the room. Read entire member review >>
Nice sized interior cabin. Trying to keep it nicely. Looks like it was updated recently. Plenty of storage space and great service from cabin stewards. A few funky things: no electrical outlets in the bathroom. A/C and heat a bit hard to control. Most everything else satisfactory. Read entire member review >>
Being on deck 2, we got on and off at port very easily, and were convenient to deck 3 (main foyer, guest services, etc.) and deck 4 (theatre and restaurants) as well as being midship, handy to elevators. Plenty of storage space, a nice shower, relatively comfy bed and a small sofa bed that acted as a mini-loveseat with a table and desk. As in most cabins, we were glad we brought an extension cord, but really, a decent inside cabin with a good tv that provided views of the outside to check weather conditions before heading out. One thing that was 'missing' were the usual towel animals - not a big deal to us, but some might have been disappointed. We enjoyed our home away from home (and those nightly chocolates!) Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was clean and neat with plenty of storage but the carpets, bedding, etc are looking a bit warn as is the bathroom. What I like about the M Class ship staterooms is the layout and the storage more than enough for 2 people for 7 night cruise. We were more forward but that was fine. It was a good location. Read entire member review >>
We always opt for an inside stateroom, opting to spend the extra money on excursions since we're only in our stateroom to sleep and shower. Our stateroom was quite large for an inside room. It was very clean and well-maintained. I was really impressed with our room. Read entire member review >>
Celebrity Summit inside state room 7058- average size not too far from elevators. It's the front of the ship the entertainment in the front of ship and food in the back of ship. Quiet location and no foul smells. Read entire member review >>
The beds were large and comfortable,the closet could have been a little bigger but i am not complaining it was big enough,the balcony was nice and the table featured a 2 nice chairs,i heard a bit of noise from nehiboring rooms,but overall it wasn't that bad,from the overview i really enjoyed my Celebrity Cruising experience! Read entire member review >>
Cabin 3049 - Inside Category 10 (170 Square Feet)
This cabin had good storage space. It was easy to organize our clothes and supplies for the next 14 days. Just inside the cabin door was a 2 door closet that was about 4 feet wide and was used for long hanging clothes, shoes and a top shelf for additional storage there we found 2 nice (slightly worn) white Celebrity waffle robes.
Next to that was another closet that contained a top shelf for the life vests, the safe and 5 drawers on the bottom.
In the corner at the end of the closet area was an angled area that contained a top shelf, a TV with a remote, a shelf that held 2 wine glasses and information directory and below was a small refrigerator that contained a good variety of "pay-for" drinks and snacks.
Next to that was a dresser/desk that had a small drawer on each side, a chair and a waste can. On the desk was our copy of Celebrity Today and our Captain's Club coupons, schedule and guide. There was also an electrical outlet. There was a stainless steel/chrome tray with glasses, a filled ice bucket, and carafe. Nice touch.
The opposite area also has a wide chair and a small round glass table.
At the far end of the cabin are 2 twin beds. We had requested in our online profile that the beds be split as this gives us plenty of walking room and they can actually be used like couches.
Between the beds were 2 nightstands with a light on each one and the phone. The nightstands had 2 drawers each for more storage. Behind the bed was a large wall mirror with a framed picture in the center.
The hallway also had a full length mirror for that "final check". Fly up?
The bathroom or HEAD was better and bigger than on most ships for an inside cabin. It also had plenty of space to store items above and below. There was a hide-away trash holder, tissue dispenser, doors that had shelves and above counter storage of 2 shelves and 4 glass holders for personal items.
The shower was extra large with the standard removable nozzle. The shower curtain was cloth and there was a corner held to hold soap and shampoo. The water was always hot and we never ran out.
Towels and wash cloths were plentiful with the exception of once when during the morning cleaning they initially had only one wash cloth and the attendant apologized and told us he would get the second one to us as soon as he received more wash clothes. This also happened once with the floor mat. It should be noted that they were in place by the time we needed them.
The soap, conditioner, and shampoo were specially made for Celebrity and the soap sure smelled good. There was also a container with cotton balls and Q-tips.
While we were there they installed a nightlight in the bathroom that was sensor activated. This was a great welcomed idea.
The cabin was always spotless and we never wanted for anything. There was some slight wear due to the ships age but it was nothing to complain about. Read entire member review >>
Tiny cabin, but just as we expected. Laid out well for the size. Wonderful stateroom attendant, Stanley. Our room was always clean and filled properly. The tiles in the shower were falling apart. We were on deck 3 and the room was always quiet and calm, no rocking. Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin 3102. Narrow, but roomy enough. Spacious closet. Lots of storage nooks and crannies. A/C ran a little warm,lowest setting still didn't provide a "cool" temperature. Great location on deck. No noise, very quiet. Could hear casino out in hallway, but not once inside stateroom. Read entire member review >>
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