This a spacious 170 square-foot stateroom with a generous view of the ocean. You'll appreciate contemporary artwork, a mini bar and a fully-loaded entertainment center along with Summit's many added amenities.
The Balcony Rooms were outdated,Ours had old stained tile in the bathroom. A sink so old it was crackling. chipped furnishing. See my photos for proof. The beds are cots with one mattress. We had Two cabins that were for three people. Two cots and a fold out couch. We were told 3 beds. Who wants to sleep on a fold out couch for 7 nights at the rate we paid. Read entire member review >>
This room is in a great location. Very close to stairs & elevator but with enough separation that you don't have any foot traffic noise. Fairly centrally located so easy to get to anywhere on the ship quickly. Low noise. I didn't hear any noise from neighbors. Only small complaint would be on port days there must be something the ship deploys when navigating to the port that was a bit noisy fairly early in the morning. Definitely not a deal breaker though. Loved the room & loved our stateroom attendant! Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was nice enjoyed being able to see outside and watched sailaway from the comfort of our room and were able to get natural light in. Cabin is near open space so the stewards would set their stuff up right in front of our door so early in the am i could hear them getting ready to clean the rooms...and about 9 out of 10 times we came out of our room their cart was right in front of our door. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very quiet. There was a lot of storage, including closet space, cabinets with shelves and drawers. Our stateroom stewards, Joseph and Seon, were excellent. They were very friendly and knew our names by the end of the first day. They were always around and more than happy to help in any way that they could. Read entire member review >>
nice large corner room at the end of the hallway, literally saw 3 people in the halls in that corner of the ship the entire cruise. if you want a nice quiet area and a forward facing room right at the front of the ship, this one was nice! Read entire member review >>
Cabin had a lot of storage, was small like a college dorm room but we are rarely in our room. One area I would like to see improvement was the smells in the cabin, we barely spent 7 hours a day total in the cabin, but there was a musty smell that got worse as cruise progressed and a strong chemical smell in bathroom that also got worse as week progressed. Read entire member review >>
The room was very clean and arranged as requested. The steward and his assistant knew us by name the first day of the cruise. The room was made up three times a day and special requests were taken care of immediately. Room service was super! Read entire member review >>
My wife had never cruised before and this was my third time. Neither one of us had any complaints about the room. Yes, they are smaller but we are pretty active and were rarely in the room except for sleeping and changing into swim suits or dining wear. I will say that compared to other ships I've sailed on there wasn't as much storage but at the same time we had adequate space and didn't run out of it. Our main complaint was the bathroom storage where we wish there was more shelving or an opening mirror where the soap bottles and other items could be placed. This is where the ship shows it's age as the newer ships all have more "useable" storage. Our cabin was turned down every night by our stateroom attendant Fidelis and we saw him every day. He made sure that everything was going ok and it's always nice when you have a stateroom attendant that is personable. There were and are others that will slink away into the dark confines of the ship and you never see them, which shouldn't happen. Lighting was more than adequate in the rooms. We rarely had more than two lights turned on otherwise it was way to bright. You can tell that the ship is getting older in the bathrooms and it is getting to a point where Celebrity may need to dry dock and at least re-finish them because you can tell they are getting worn. Read entire member review >>
Great location central to all stairs and elevators. If I wasn't such a salt I would complain about the water stains on the port window. After being on a 438' US Naval Warship, I know I was lucky that it was so clean. Ocean=Salt Salt+Water=Streaks, it is an inevitability. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was not our first choice due to the location, but we took it because of limited availability (on us for not booking sooner!). It turned out to be a great location as the elevators are close by and an easy and fast trip to the pool deck above. My take on cabin location is that all room locations have their benefits. Being at the end of the hall, the cabin was also quiet and free of passengers coming and going (not really a problem otherwise). We never heard any unusual noises or experienced any problem whatsoever. I would recommend it. Read entire member review >>
Convenient location, very clean. Water pressure in the sink was very low, DH needed to go to the spa bathroom to shave. Water pressure in the shower was fine. If you are not an early riser you will be woken up when the gangplank which is right below you is lowered. On the other hand, you don't need a wake up call! Read entire member review >>
Ill keep this part short. Yes the stateroom is smaller then a hotel room. Yes the bathroom is small. Yes you will probably have to hold on in the shower if you use it while at sea. There is tons of storage in the room and the balcony is the perfect size. Put your suitcases under the bed. Bed is comfy enough. Hopefully you spend more time outside of the room then inside. Read entire member review >>
The room was very spacious, the bed turned 90 degrees to open the space by the window. Gone was the large chest of drawers and occasional chairs we’d experienced on other ships. We still had plenty of storage for clothes and whatnot. There was a small settee that concealed a single-sized folding bed. The room was in good repair. The bath standard issue. No odor issues or noise. Convenient to elevators, gangway on deck one. Read entire member review >>
Nice stateroom, we normally have balcony but on this ship we opted for ocean view as it was such a big difference in price - we love the balcony but it wasn't worth the extra. It was a nice room, all fittings were fine - very similar to all the other Celebrity ships and it has been so long since we cruised with anyone else it is hard to make a comparison. Nice and quiet, we opt for aft so close to all the things we like. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 2118- outside cabin with a window. Fine for 2 people. Bathroom is standard- small. Closets- fine for 2. Enough storage space for 2 people. Could be more room to walk in the room but on level 2- that is what you get for the price.
You dont spend much time in the room anyway, so it is not much of an issue. Read entire member review >>
Very quite. Little sea motion. Room, toilet, and closet sizes were ok. Easy walk to elevators - both front and mid ship. Missed not having a balcony a little but this was not a trip where I would use it very much. Read entire member review >>
A generic cabin encased in mock-wood melamine. The washroom was dated and in need of cleaning. Cupboards were annoying with doors that blocked access to other areas and were awkward when packing and unpacking. The balcony was dirty (sandy) with dried flakes of white paint and splashes of white paint on the indoor-outdoor carpeting. Carpeting and tv are newer. Read entire member review >>
Good location midway between two lifts on the 7th deck so bang in the centre for getting up to the pool or down to the restaurants! Very quite room with the lifeboats on the deck below us affording us great views for sunsets and coming into/exiting ports. Loads of storage for clothes, nice little dressing table next to the balcony, good hairdryer (very important) and nice comfy chairs and little table on the balcony. Could not fault the service,could not believe how quickly our room was made up! Our only complaint is that our bags did not get to our stateroom until 7.00 p.m., we understand they were last to board as they had been picked up from our hotel that morning and the trucks with the hotel bags are last on board. Read entire member review >>
There were sufficient closet and drawer space for two people. After day three, there was a horrible stench outside the cabin. It smelled like sewage backed up close by. This location was right by Guess Relations. Overall, the location was quiet despite being one door away from Guess Relations. Great location because it was so close to Guess Relations. Read entire member review >>
We had a balcony stateroom 7118. It was very quiet - there was no noise from the public areas on deck 10, the hallways were quiet. I think we were at a point where there wasn't a lot of foot traffic past the room. It was small, which is to be expected. I brought about 15 of my own hangers since they have the hangers that attach to a permanent ring on the closet rod. A pain to remove and replace. We were on the right (starboard) side. Sometimes we had a view of port, other times of another cruise ship at dock (which was pretty when leaving port). Our kids had inside staterooms 7054 & 7058 (adjoining) which were basically the same as ours without the balcony. Read entire member review >>
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