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  1. Hi, Yes I did book with W Suite and end up with an accessible.

    Not impress with that as I had a S2 and he suggested that I should

    take a chance of getting better.

    No bathtub, lower sink and high toilet is not an improvement for me.

    Too late now I have to live with my mistake.

  2. Hi ,

    I have booked a Guaranty Suite on Celebrity Constellation.

    I was assigned a Accessible Suite.

    Could someone tell me if it is a good thing.

    It has a larger shower, a sink very

    low and a higher toilet.

    I didn't expect to be assigned an Accessible suite if not

    in need of one. Is this an upgrade????

  3. Does Celebrity enforce boarding times? This will be my first time cruising and I have a boarding time of 12pm. I was thinking of showing up at 11:00am. Do you think I'll be able to board? I'm Concierge level if that makes a difference.

     

    You don't have the Penthouse , a Suite or Aqua BUT you have a TIME

    What is it that you don't understand.

  4. Does Celebrity enforce boarding times? This will be my first time cruising and I have a boarding time of 12pm. I was thinking of showing up at 11:00am. Do you think I'll be able to board? I'm Concierge level if that makes a difference.

     

    You don't have the penthouse or a suite or Aqua. BUT you have a TIME

  5. I have a question, I am cruising in 39 days. I have an oceanview room but I am thinking I would like to upgrade to a balcony room. Should I call and see if there are any upgrades available in advance or would it be more cost effective to wait until I check in on the ship to see if they have amy unbooked balcony rooms that might get at a discounted rate?

     

    Hi The cruise is sold out as of yesterday. Nothing left and we will see you

    on board. I also think that We are in the same excursion. See you soon.

  6. I did 2 cruises alone.. My first time was Alaska, 2 years ago. My husband was

    called away for work, 3 days before the cruise.

    I had 2 choices: stay home or walk to the pier and embark that Century Cruise Ship.... so I did. I had a great time, meet a lot of nice people and was

    out and about for the 7 days of the cruise.

    The second time was just about the same story...husband called away for

    work... I booked a cruise from L.A. to Vancouver (7 days) flew to L.A. and

    cruise back home.

    Like the other posting says: if you can manage your luggage and you look like

    you are at ease, you will have a good time, Go for it and enjoy.

  7. My comment was:

    In Murano - toddlers in high chair - 2 others running around and

    screaming, under 5 or 6 years old. (actually the staff were uncomfortable)

     

    Those 2 young couples with these Infants or children or kids had a sense

    of entitlement that put a few guest uneasy.

     

    This have nothing to do with school breaks, even those little one

    wanted to go. The problem was the parents.

  8. My comment was:

    In Murano - toddlers in high chair - 2 others running around and

    screaming, under 5 or 6 years old. (actually the staff were uncomfortable)

     

    Those 2 young couples with these Infants or children or kids had a sense

    of entitlement that put a few guest uneasy.

     

    This have nothing to do with school breaks, even those little one

    wanted to go. The problem was the parents.

  9. Just cruised with Celebrity last week. Eclipse

    Wanted a nice dinner at Murano and we were next to a family with 3

    kids (toddler in high chair) and the other running around and screaming.

    Suppose to be 12 years and older to be in Murano.

    We couldn't have a conversation and enjoy our dinner.

    Very surprised that they don't enforce the rule that they have.

    Kids should not be in restaurant or theater at night time.

    I have children and grandchildren, I love kids but don't impose them

    to others.

  10. Just cruised with Celebrity last week. Eclipse

    Wanted a nice dinner at Murano and we were next to a family with 3

    kids (toddler in high chair) and the other running around and screaming.

    Suppose to be 12 years old to be in Murano.

    We couldn't have a conversation and enjoy our dinner.

    Very surprised that they don't enforce the rule that they have.

    Kids should not be in restaurant or theater at night time.

    I have children and grandchildren, I love kids but don't impose them

    to others.

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