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About swoonx

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  1. I always use the "single device" package with multiple devices (by switching the device). You really just need a multi device package, if you are multiple people that want to be online at the same time. And let me say that the internet on Eclipse worked excellent. The connection and speed was good and constant. For me it worked better than the cruises before on other S-class ships.
  2. Never heard something like this. If you have your booking reference, you can check-in online without your travel agent.
  3. I always pick Concierge Class if possible even most people don't see the big benefits. But in your situation I would prefer staying in one cabin for both cruises. Yes, the stateroom attendant helps you making the cabin change as smooth as possible, but you still have some work with a cabin change. Maybe you should consider upgrading both legs?
  4. For the regular check-in location check this thread: Probably Celebrity will go back to that pier?!
  5. Yes, you (=your stateroom attendant) can do this. But I think this is possible for all balcony cabins (on S class ships) because all the separations can be folded.
  6. In my opinion the embarkation in BA is a torture because you have to wait for multiple times for a longer time (seated waiting for security screening if not Suite/Zenith, a very long line for the check-in if not Concierge/Suite/Zenith, quite long lines for the border control, bus transfer to the ship). But the disembarkation in BA worked quite efficient.
  7. The prices went up because of the high demand. Remember the years of the economic crisis (2009+) where there was a reduced demand and cruising was very cheap. Personally I wouldn't pay >400 USD per night for a simple veranda cabin on Celebrity and prefer a different vacation for that price. But many people don't care 🙂
  8. That change is an overall change for all cruises. Actually I think the people will drink less because it doesn't feel like "unused drinks" anymore if you don't have the old maximum of 3 drinks.
  9. Well, actually nothing changed here. But on my last cruise they didn't check the cards anymore when ordering drinks in the sky lounge. Very similar to the earlier days. So probably the non-elite guests could(!) have drinks for free - I don't say they should.
  10. Yes. The only downside is that they will not give you multiple drinks at the same time anymore. For example some people used to order 3 Heineken (2 closed ones) and took them to the room.
  11. I'm back from the cruise and absolutely loved the cabin. Yes, there was an extra door and small corridor. The cabin was very private and silent.
  12. Thanks @K12Guy and @wrk2cruise. Both descriptions sound different, but maybe I ask the most important question: Do you hear the persons in the cabin next to you or is the experience like in every "regular" cabin? I love the silence and also don't want to bother anyone while being on conference calls 😄 PS: In "regular" cabins I had one negative experience with a person in another cabin coughing very loud the whole night. On all other cruises I never heard anyone.
  13. Thank you @jagoffee for your response! So the "connecting doors" in the corners look similar to this? I just want to make sure I have no door inside(!) my room connecting to another cabin. Thanks again!
  14. Hi everyone, I booked an aft cabin on Eclipse (1200) which is next to a suite on the corner. Do those cabins also have an outside connecting door? (The other cabins on aft have outside connecting doors, but I'm worried because of the deck plan layout if this is the same for my case.) Thank you! Sebastian
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