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Celebrity Edge Review

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Edge Mediterranean Cruise Family Review

Review for Celebrity Edge to the Western Mediterranean
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2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jul 2019
Cabin: Edge Veranda Stateroom
Traveled with children

We had a wonderful time on this cruise, but there are some things we feel Celebrity could improve upon. We are a couple (early 50s) with a teenager. Here is our take on the experience:

-The itinerary: Amazing! Rome, Naples, Livorno/Florence, Monaco, Cannes, Majorca and Barcelona.

-The cabins: We had two connecting Infinite Veranda cabins. The cabins were light and comfortable. The connecting rooms made it possible for our teen son to have space and his own bed. He is very tall, so the trundle would not have worked. I caution families that crowding into one of these cabins can be done but would be extremely tight. The extra "bed" is a day bed with a trundle. The connecting door is in the wall between the two cabins, but if you have younger children, you would have to either have one of the adults in with them or bring something to prop open the door(s) in between the two cabins, as they shut automatically and were hard to open.

Cabin Review

Edge Veranda Stateroom

Cabin E1

We had two connecting cabins, 7184 and 7186. See review for details.

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