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Millenium

 

CABIN #:9129

DECK #:9

CLASS: AQUA CLASS

AREA: MID SHIP

BED NEAR:MIDDLE

QUIET?:YES

BALCONY VIEW:PORT SIDE - OVERHANG FROM OCEANVIEW CAFE

BALCONY SIZE:STANDARD

WIND A PROBLEM?:NO

SOOT A PROBLEM?:NO

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:NO ISSUE WITH THIS CABIN, OVERHANG WAS NICE AS IT KEPT CABIN SHADED DURING PANAMA CANAL TRIP. ONE DECK BELOW POOL DECK WHICH MADE EASY ACCESS TO MIDSHIP STAIRS OR ELEVATOR

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Celebrity Summit

Cabin # 3099

Deck # 3

Class: Oceanview

Area: Mid-ship, forward, port side

Quiet: Very

Comments: This was a very good location. DH especially apprectiated being on a lower deck, since we didn't feel the motion as much when the seas were choppy. It's supposed to sleep 3, but I'm not sure how a third person would fit.

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Ship: Summit

 

Cabin: 7166

 

Desk: 7

 

Class: 1A or 2A

 

Bed: Near bathroom or door

 

Quiet: Very quiet-never heard neighors TV, etc.

 

Balcony: Extra large & on angle

 

Comments: Very close to rear elevators, close to internet & library

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Millennium

 

CABIN #: 8172

DECK #: 8

CLASS: Concierge (C1)

AREA: aft

BED NEAR: middle

QUIET?: relatively (see comments below)

BALCONY VIEW: 180-degrees of where you've been; gentle sound of your wake churning

BALCONY SIZE: ENORMOUS for non-suite; half-covered by translucent, waterproof canvas

WIND A PROBLEM?: not really

SOOT A PROBLEM?: didn't notice any

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: This information was from Fall 2010 and may not be current after refit. Only a couple decks below the Oceanview Bar, but we couldn't hear any noise. Occasional cigarette smoke from the bar. The pitching was very pronounced in rough seas (last night of northbound Alaska itinerary; open Pacific). That night, the engine noise was also more pronounced (rhythmic growling, rather than the gentle hum of smooth seas sailing). This did not really keep me awake, but I am not prone to motion sickness and I got a little queasy just lying in bed.

Edited by HickoryShampoo

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After a little thought in how to make this thread more useful, I decided against collating all comments into a table. The thread is searchable and so finding a stateroom number is easy.

 

What is less easy is finding adjacent or nearby rooms where your exact room is not yet available.

 

My solution was to collate the staterooms vs ships and list the post numbers within this thread where the room report is found.

 

I think this adds the most value with least overhead and duplication of the information within the thread.

 

The file is attached, which I will maintain

 

Mark

M Class Stateroom Matrix 2013 Oct 25.pdf

Edited by helpthejuggler

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CABIN #: 8074

DECK #: 8

CLASS: C2

AREA: mid-ship

BED NEAR: bathroom

QUIET?: yes

BALCONY VIEW: good

BALCONY SIZE: normal as concierge class

WIND A PROBLEM?: no

SOOT A PROBLEM?: no

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: housekeeper chart outside the door but I couldn't hear any noise

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This is for the Summit:

 

CABIN #: 6146

DECK #: Penthouse (Deck 6)

CLASS: Sky Suite

AREA: Starboard Aft

BED NEAR: Is in the middle of the room facing the balcony door which as a swinging door and not a slider

QUIET?: Yes

BALCONY VIEW: Unobstructed

BALCONY SIZE: Large, nice size table and two chairs

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: This suite connects to the penthouse and you can occassionally hear noise from that suite. The bathroom is amazing (large). The balcony has a canvas cover, however, there is an escape ladder and, thus, there is a hole you can look up through (or down) to the upper deck where the outdoor bar/dining is located.

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Millennium

 

CABIN #: 8098

DECK #: 8

CLASS: Concierge

AREA: midship, just forward of the elevators

QUIET?: very

BALCONY VIEW: Beautiful!

BALCONY SIZE: Adequate; no footstools

WIND A PROBLEM?: no

SOOT A PROBLEM?: no

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: Very convenient location; a little short on storage space, but manageable [and we probably took too much!]; night light in the bathroom [what a concept!]

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SHIP: Infinity

CABIN #: 9020

DECK #: 9

CLASS: 2B

AREA: Forward, no through way.

QUIET?: Very quiet

BALCONY VIEW: Spars from overhang, not a problem.

BALCONY SIZE: Standard

WIND A PROBLEM?: Balcony door is warped

SOOT A PROBLEM?: N/A

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: Great location near lifts, overhang good for bad weather sailing and to avoid too much sun. Balcony door does not close without fastening a small latch which required good finger grip and strength.

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Summit

 

CABIN #: 7198

DECK #: 7

CLASS: C3

AREA: Aft - Starboard

BED NEAR: Bathroom

QUIET?: Very, only the sunset veranda guest pass that way

BALCONY VIEW: Unobstructed but verandas below are covered by canvas

BALCONY SIZE: Standard CC

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:Very nice. Great location near aft elevators

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CABIN #: 8046 on Summit

DECK #: 8

CLASS: CC

AREA: Mid ship (though borders Forward, almost even with forward elevators)

BED NEAR: Bath

QUIET?: Yes - occasional noise other side of bed wall as a closet was out there in the hall for stewards.

BALCONY VIEW: Unobstructed though on angle so to see forward you have to lean; Not an issue for us though.

BALCONY SIZE: XL

WIND A PROBLEM?: No; If we opened the verandah door on some days and didn't close it right away there was a crazy loud wind in the cabin (but since you aren't supposed to leave it open, not an issue overall)

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS - Close to forward elevators. Bathroom had a horrible mold/mildew smell which was never rectified. Made using the bathroom less than pleasant but we kept the door shut and it seemed to stay in there. Ample storage in cabin. It did feel far to get to some locations, mostly buffet and MDR, but since I have no mobility issues it was fine.

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CABIN #: 8144

DECK #: 8

CLASS: standard veranda

AREA:

BED NEAR: bath

QUIET?: yes

BALCONY VIEW: side

BALCONY SIZE: standard

WIND A PROBLEM?:no

SOOT A PROBLEM?:no

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:

right off aft elevators, very easy to acess buffet above

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CABIN #: 8166

DECK #: 8

CLASS: FV

AREA: Aft; this is a corner FV on the starboard side; the rear of the balcony faces the stern

BED NEAR: This is a two-room cabin; the master bed is in the front room, near the bath, separated by a sliding screen from the other room, which has two sofa beds

QUIET?: Yes

BALCONY VIEW: The view is pretty near 270 degrees, as you have the starboard side view and the full aft view

BALCONY SIZE: It's not a balcony, it's a private deck. It is HUGE.

WIND A PROBLEM?: Not really; depending on the weather and the ship's direction, you could sometimes feel the wind coming from the side. It was not a problem for us.

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No.

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: This is a corner FV, sold only to a family of five when the itinerary is first released, but sometimes released for general sale (to two people) when Celebrity realizes it won't get five in this stateroom for the sailing. (We were on a TA.) I can't imagine having five people in there with one bathroom (I suppose it could be do-able with little kids), but for two people it was extraordinary. Two closets, lots of drawer space. It's really a two-room suite but without the suite price (or perks), and the "balcony" can't be beat.

 

The one negative was that the shower tile and bathroom floor were not in good shape -- visible mold and years of ground-in dirt. It was pretty disgusting, actually. The grout had outlived its useful life and really needed to be replaced. (This was Oct. 2013.) I reported it, and I hope Celebrity does what needs to be done.

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Constellation, Autumn 2012

CABIN #: 8102

DECK #: 8

CLASS: Concierge

AREA: Starboard, midships, next to suites

BED NEAR: n/a

QUIET?: Yes

BALCONY VIEW: Restricted, the suites restrict view aft, and there was a washing gantry of some sorts in front of the next cabin. Direct view into suite if blinds in suite are open.

BALCONY SIZE: Very small, as it tapers towards the suite, difficult to get past table, was not as described as such in our brochure

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: Past passengers belongings left in cabin, cracked tile in shower, holes in the bed sheets. Balcony flooded and unusable for 2 days after the suite windows was cleaned.

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CABIN..9101

DECK..9

CLASS. .A2

BED NEAR..BATHROOM

QUIET.. YES AND NO.

BALCONY VIEW.. GOOD

BALCONY SIZE .. NORMAL

WIND..NO

SOOT..NO.

 

COMMENTS..

re noise 3 nights they have parties on deck 10 yes you can hear it. Its not that loud and you are so tired from the day it didn't keep us awake.

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Ship : Constellation

Cabin #: 1130

Deck #: 11

Class: aqua

Area: aft

Bed near: Bath

Quiet?: mostly

Balcony view: Aft above Sunset Bar

Balcony size: large

Wind a problem?:no

Soot a problem?: no

Problems/comments: larger than average balcony part covered part open ( just right for us) with view of some tables on the deck of sunset bar. the rear elevator services the rooms on deck 11, elevator brings you straight down to Blu and Cellarmasters on deck 5 or rendezvous lounge on deck 4. Not as convenient to aqua spa and steam rooms. I would book again.

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CELEBRITY SUMMIT, saildate: 16 Nov 2013 (so, after refurb!)

 

CABIN #: 1122

DECK #: 11

CLASS: Aquaclass

AREA: Aft - above Oceanview Cafe

BED NEAR: Bathroom

 

QUIET?: YES! No noise from sundeck above nor from Oceanview Cafe below

BALCONY VIEW: No covered balcony, since it it is the highest deck with cabins. NO problems with people from the sundeck above (deck 12) looking onto your balcony, since the railing on deck 12 is placed a bit more inward, giving the balconies below on deck 11 their privacy.

 

BALCONY SIZE: Normal, however cabin's 1114 - 1116 - 1118 -1120

and cabin's 1115 - 1117 - 1119 - 1123 had a slightly bigger balcony, because these balconies are on the glass bulge-parts of the Oceanview Cafe below.

 

WIND A PROBLEM?: No, however, it is quite an 'open' balcony

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

 

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:

 

This is a complete new deck with complete new cabins which were added during the 2012 "Solsticization" (refurb).

Although the cabins were in the exact style-layout as the older original Millenium-class cabins, the cabins on deck 11 are actually bright-shiny-new with some Solstice-class furnishings!

Except for the cabins on the far aft side of deck 11 (noise from the Sunset bar below), I would definitely book one of these cabins again! :)

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Family Veranda Starboard -stern

Infinity

CABIN #: 9156

DECK #: 9

CLASS: Family Balcony

AREA: 271 sq ft

BED NEAR: Bathroom

QUIET?: Yes

BALCONY VIEW: Perfect view of the wake and the Partial Eclipse of the sun on 3rd November.

BALCONY SIZE: 242 sq ft

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:

On Infinity, balcony is partially covered with canvas, but one section was broken.Rather noisy from bar above ( the outside section of Ocean View cafe) There was movement of chairs early morning.

One bed settee in the lounge section could do with being replaced and was uncomfortable to sit on. There were 2 TV screens, but one remote, so you had to be careful where you pointed it, otherwise both turned on.

I was not happy during 'THE STORM' October 27th '13, I didn't like the moment up and down the bed! Also something needed to be wedged in the open balcony door, to prevent it moving. Our next door neighbours got locked out on their balcony, due to side ways movement of the ship, they gave me there key, which they fortunately had with them, to release them back into their room.

That apart, it was a delight to be in a roomy cabin. Plenty of hanging and drawer space for 2 people!

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CABIN #: 8115

DECK #: 8

CLASS: Concegiere

AREA: Midship

BED NEAR: Barhroom

QUIET?: Yes

BALCONY VIEW: Obstructed

BALCONY SIZE: normal M class size

WIND A PROBLEM?:

SOOT A PROBLEM?:NA

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:

Permanent parking place of a window washing "machine" on the right side of the veranda. Obstructed view looking forward.

Very close to elevators/library midship.

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Ship: Summit

Cabin: 9133

Deck: 9

Class: A2

Bed: Near bathroom or door

Quiet: Very quiet, only AC is loud

Balcony: great shade and cover, overhang does recline above the cabin, so there is still a good view .

 

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Comments: Great location. Only one negative: Bathroom looks tired: stains and mold.

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Has anyone sailed in cabin 1118 on Ininity?

We need Aqua Class as friends booked it. Want quieter cabin with some shade. Any thoughts?

Thanks

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Aqua spa cabin 9054

Overhang but it did not hinder view straight out, kept sun off windows in late afternoon

 

Only problem came from running track two floors up. If the runner was heavy or heavy footed you could faintly hear the footsteps.

 

Bed closer to cabin door not verandah door.

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SHIP: Summit

CABIN #: 3112

DECK #: Plaza

CLASS: OV (6)

AREA: Midship

BED NEAR: forward wall

QUIET?: Yes (except for a banging noise in two ports during the day, never at night)

BALCONY VIEW: No balcony. Large window

BALCONY SIZE: N/A

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: This is one of the new cabins added during Solticization. The door is perpendicular to the hull and give the cabin a few extra feet of space. Great location.

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CABIN #: 1101

DECK #: 11

CLASS: Aqua

AREA: Most forward of new Aft Cabins

BED NEAR: bath

QUIET?: Y - see comments

BALCONY VIEW: Non obstructed - divider can be removed to balcony next door.

BALCONY SIZE: Standard

WIND A PROBLEM?: It was on the wine immersion cruise, but more of a cruise location than a cabin problem.

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: Last room on deck 11. The door to the deck is right outside the cabin. It was very windy between Le Havre and Harwich so the door did slam occasionally. A lot of folks wandering around trying to figure out where they were. Had a few looky loos peak around the balcony divider to see what was there.

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