One point that needs to be mentioned here is that I was on this ship 9 years ago. At that point, I filled out a survey to let Celebrity know that the sliding doors to the balcony needed handles on the outside so that you could open and close (latch / unlatch) the doors from the outside. This recommendation was not heeded over the last nine years, but I think it is important to mention again. Nine years ago, I was literally locked out on my balcony by the room steward and had to knock loudly on the glass for the steward to come back to unlock the sliding glass door to let me back in. As far as the room itself, we were in a sky suite (250 square feet) which felt ‘smallish’ and not much larger than a regular balcony room. The bathroom had a bathtub with high sides which needed to be climbed into. Luckily our bathtub walls had handles to help us get into and out of the tub itself. Other suites did not have these handles. There was ample storage space. The beds were comfortable. I did make use of the pillow menu which is more of a request (memory foam pillows) rather than a menu of choices from a visual listing. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was nice but not as big as I thought it would be but there was plenty of room. The balcony had somewhat of a restricted view because life boats were just below us. All in all the cabin was nice and conveniently located mid-ship. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was in a perfect location, midship slightly aft, on deck 6. Our butler, Anand, and cabin stewards, Muriel and Rydan, were attentive, going out of their way to please.
The cabin is slightly larger than regular cabins with a bigger closet and more storage space. The veranda was a good size, angled due to location, a bit bigger than standard balcony.
Only complaint would be the tub/shower. The tub is very high, would be difficult for anyone with leg, knee issues to climb into and out of. Also a tall person, over 6 feet would not be able to stand up straight in the tub. I did miss the great shower panel in the Aqua cabin. I assume the higher suites would have the better shower panel.
We are definitely spoiled. It will be difficult to go back to Aqua Class, which we have always loved. Read entire member review >>
Nicely furnished aft suite. Wonderful bathroom with shower stall and bath and twin sinks.
Verandah has 2 recliners and table and chairs. The room has only a single opening door to the verandah rather than the usual sliding glass doors. This can make the room appear a little dark although there are advantages in hot climates or stormy weather. IPod player, and illuminated mirror plus points. Electric blinds and curtains. Storage a little limited. Read entire member review >>
Only complaint we stayed in a Sky Suite 6146 and if you book that suite be prepared for closet space as there is not much plus the door only makes the room dark it needs a window or two also. Read entire member review >>
This cabin is one of two cabins on board with a huge bathroom. It has both a bathtub and big stall shower. It is all marble and next to the penthouse. Since it is used as a spare bedroom for those guest who are in the penthouse should they desire to book it, it is very special. However, the closet is smaller then the regular S1's, but IMO worth it as we had more then enough storage space. The furniture needs to be refinished and the carpet and upholstered furniture needs to be refinshed. The ship was in dry dock, but only some public spaces and the penthouses and royal suites were redone. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom was ample (Cabin 6127). Boasting a large bathroom, walk-in closet, sitting area, make up area, a comfortable sofa with a table and chair, a beautiful balcony and a/c sufficient in keeping the cabin very cool. The cabin attendants were amazing. Our cabin was spotless, always maintained, turn-down service like clockwork, fresh towels, fresh flowers, fresh fruit, fresh champagne EVERY day. As suite guests we enjoyed a private butler during our stay. Chip was kind, attentive and truly a professional. We were truly cared for every moment. Read entire member review >>
We had the Sky Suite with all the Perks included WiFi, Premium Beverages anything and everything all included, ALL gratuities, and 375.00 onboard credit. This covered everything even out excursion. GREAT coffee choices and the wine choices was outstanding. Read entire member review >>
We had a mini suite that was nice. We have had better and we had one that was worse. The butler made our cruise more memorable. The closet was a fair size, but the hangers were terrible. They were the kind where you had to fit the knob in the little slot so it took 2 hands to hang something up. The shower head was not high enough, but the water pressure was OK and we always had hot water. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin good location, plenty of room in closet. Bathroom is a really good size, however if you are short or have difficulty getting around think twice about the bathtub. It is very high and may cause problems for people with mobility issues.
Butler service is great. Our butler Jose was the best!
Location was quite and convenient. Read entire member review >>
We had a Sky Suite (accessible) in a perfect location near the elevator, not too busy, but a little noisy when those in the hallway were talking loudly coming back from the bars late at night. The room had plenty of storage and was really comfortable to be in. Read entire member review >>
The cabin exceeded our expectations. The service provided by our butler was the best we have experienced. He tailored his service to meet our personality. The room was spacious, if you can call a cabin on a ship spacious. The cabin was quiet, the view from the balcony was nice. Read entire member review >>
CabinFor our second week on the Summit we moved to SS cabin 6145, next to the Penthouse. We made plenty of jokes about the “downgrade.” I will say that it was delightful cabin. The bathroom was roomy and better than the RS, although it did not have a jacuzzi in the bathtub or on the balcony. The room is not sound proof, you can hear the neighbors at breakfast and playing the piano. The balcony is a nice size but is not private from the family cabin on deck seven. The lights on the balcony have a brass cover so the light does not go above the balcony and it is a nice light, not a spotlight light. This was a relief really after the week before and the bright spotlight in our bedroom. The curtains completely black out light, if you need it to. There is a limitation to hang items in closet, however. It was a beautifully appointed cabin and I would book it again. Read entire member review >>
Very nice room; bathroom is amazing as described; except that the door needs to be shut because it will swing due to ship's motion. Great service from the butler (didn't see him much but he came for tea and appetizers every day, as well as dropping off morning coffee if ordered). No problems with ship motion except on last night when ship's speed was higher, and glasses on high shelve were rattling a bit. There is noise from next door's penthouse suite through connecting door, as guest's child was practicing piano at 5 am one day; but I knocked on the door and it stopped; never had piano practice again until after 7:30 am! Read entire member review >>
This room has the biggest bathroom that I've seen on a ship with a tub and a shower and double sinks - you can look on YouTube for a video. It has a nicely sized balcony, but cabins above and around you can see down into the balcony, so be aware! I can't figure out why the mini refrigerators are never cold, but this one was no exception, it just cools things a bit, but doesn't really keep them cold. The beds were comfortable, the closets a bit on the small side, and no outlets in the bathroom. This suite can be adjoining to the penthouse suite in the back. Read entire member review >>
this cabin is only 1 of 2 on the whole ship. it is a spare bedroom for the aft penthouse. it is very spacious with a huge bathroom which has a tilled shower and soaking tub, a double vanity , 2 mirrors with storage behind them. and plenty of space to walk around each other. you have a foyer walking in with the closet on the right with plenty of room the put your things in for a 2 week cruise. it has a safe, drawers enough for 2 people and storage under the bed for your luggage, a king bed, a armiore with a tv,refrigerator, and more self's. it has a sleeper sofa, chair and small table with a large desk and chair with even more drawers that my wife took over. the balcony was very large and has a table with 3 chair. great for having your butler serve you breakfast or dinner on. it also has 2 full size loungers on ti with plenty of room to walk around. this room is also large than any other S1 on the ship being the spare for the penthouse. all the appointments in t he cabin were nice. with a pillow menu, nice sheets and a nice medium soft mattress. i sell mattress and we know quality, it was a decent mattress must better then any other ship we have been on, but no i wouldn't buy 1 as they offer them for sell, and as far as having a butler he was great , must better then some of the reviews we have read. he made our reservations, served us breakfast, made sure our cabin was perfect 2-3 times a day, and completed every request fast. Read entire member review >>
This sky suite is roomy and wide. There is some noise from the jogging track in the early morning and also from music at night, but it was bearable. Neighboring passengers smoked on their balconies; ugh. The beds were hard and the pillows worse. The bathroom was small and the tub was very unpleasant to step up into, and downright dangerous to step down out of. The single sink is tiny and there is very little storage in the bathroom. The balcony was adequate with lovely views of the ocean and port, with two chairs and a large wooden table. The AC was not working very well at all; glad we brought a fan. Dark wood paneling throughout makes the room very dark and dismal. Would not book this suite again due to the AC problem and noise. "Refrigerator" is really just a cooler and does not keep things cool. The closet was fairly large with drawers also for a good amount of storage. Read entire member review >>
We were in a Sky Suite S1 8117 situated mid ship a couple of doors away from the mid ship glass lifts. We never heard the lifts or had any noise issues form neighbours or people passing by. The bed was very comfortable with very good quality bed linen and pillows. There was a walk in wardrobe and a safe. The bathroom was a reasonable size (for a ship) but we would have preferred either just a shower or a separate shower and tub as I have a few mobility issues and the side of the tub was very high to get over and then the height of the ceiling would be a bit low for anyone over 6ft tall. Everything was very clean. The balcony was a fair size but had no loungers or foot stools. After asking our butler for footstools - he said they were only supplied in bigger suites but did get us some smaller ones which I put a pillow on and it did the job fine. Lots of cupboards and drawers so no issues with storage and our cases fitted under the bed. Read entire member review >>
We were in two cabins, first 9127 of Aqua Class, and then 6127 in a Sky Suite. The Aqua class cabin was small and seemed smaller than the Concierge class cabin we had last year on the Silhouette. The hallway is so narrow it is unpleasant. Bathroom is new and upgraded, shower heads excellent, glass door, but it is really small. Closet is small, too. Balcony only about 40 sq. ft., not the 54 sq. ft. that is stated on the website. There is a large overhang on the balcony because you are below the Oceanview cafe and solarium, so you never get any sun on the balcony. If you look straight out, your view is unobstructed, but looking up, you will not see much of the sky. I wouldn't really recommend this particular cabin, especially since Aqua Class is costly. Because of problems with inaccurate representation of the cabin, i.e., no footstools, we were switched to the Sky Suite, 6127. The "real" king-size bed faces the balcony and ocean, which is a terrific plus. Nice balcony of a regular size with footstools. Location more aft, but near the elevators. If you look down from your balcony, here, however, you can see people walking out to Deck 5. It didn't really bother us, though. There is what is almost a small walk-in closet. Bathroom is large orange-colored marble tiles with a tub. Looks luxurious, but hard to step in and out of because the tub is quite high. Read entire member review >>
6100 Sky suite was clean, closet more than adequate, bathroom too small (get rid of the tub and too high of a step), balcony - too small compared to competition, Deck 6 view slightly compromised with life boats being so close.Shuffleboard is located directly below on deck 4 - lots of "clacking" when the game is being played and you're sitting on your balcony Read entire member review >>
It's ready for the rehab in January! The room was a nice size, the table outside on the balcony was very worn. The bathtub was about 6" above the floor, quite a step up and over the side. To slip and fall out of it could have been very bad. The room immediately behind ours had a much better, larger balcony, and it was the same category (S1 Sky Suite) as ours.
Nice, big, lighted closet with shoe racks! Fresh flowers on the day we arrived in Bermuda provided by our butler. Read entire member review >>
6102 Not a lot of privacy as it butts up to a full glass suite which jutes out and our balcony could be viewed from the above floor as well as the floor next to us. Carpeting needs replacement. Good closet space. Lots of room. Deep tub and a screwy show system. Refrigerator not very cold. Everything else is fine. Read entire member review >>
Initally I was surprised at having our view blocked by liferafts in additiion to being directly across from crew space. Seems like this room is not positioned up to par w/other suites. As we knew they were full, we didn't ask for change. Room was spacious and comfortable. We loved having a bathtub after long day at beach. Read entire member review >>
Sky Suite: The suite 8117 is spacious and has plenty of closet storage for our clothes (have two bathrobes and two umbrellas). It is the second suite on the left from the mid elevator toward the front of the ship. I like the location; we got the nice view of all the islands ports. The bathroom has a bathtub w/shower, plenty of towels and toiletries. The carpet need replacement but they are clean and the bed is firmer than what I used too but I actually sleep through the night. I think you can ask for a bed topper if want it. The bathroom has plenty of room for me but I am petite. I think the shower is a little shorter for my 6'0 husband. The balcony has room for two people to sit, relax or watch the island view. The only time I heard noice is when I am near the door or in the bathroom. We were able to have good night sleeps. The only thing I noticed that in the morning, the staff has the cart for laundry in fron of our cabin but that does not bother us at all. Read entire member review >>
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