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We just booked an Infinite Verandah room for March 31, 2019. We are currently on the starboard side and considering changing over to the port because of the magic carpet. I'm wondering if it will be a big deal with it moving up and down or not. Our cabin is not in the path of it though, according to the agent.

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Does anyone have info on the beds. Website says 99% of cabins have king size beds. Are these real king size beds or two beds put together?

 

Seems very restrictive if they are solely have the one bed. Some do have sofa beds or an upper but not many.

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Does anyone have info on the beds. Website says 99% of cabins have king size beds. Are these real king size beds or two beds put together?

 

Seems very restrictive if they are solely have the one bed. Some do have sofa beds or an upper but not many.

 

I would think it is two beds put together to make a king, or separated for two passengers. Cant imagine it would be one king size bed only.

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Thoroughly confused by this post. Thank goodness most of the "activities" you have listed appear to be on board. They don't belong on a Celebrity ship in my opinion.

There is however, the largest outdoor pool at sea and a very prominent jogging track

 

As for the :features':

The following are confirmed either by the deck plans or by the person we booked with and then confirmed again via online chat regarding the Edge:

 

Casino

Solarium is adult only

Spa & Persian Gardens will be there

Movie Screen on Roof Garden

Show Lounge/Theatre

Salon

Fitness Center

Teen lounge/fun factory

 

Ok..glad they are all there!

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Did you miss the warning on that page?

We are currently adding this ship to the database. Not all information shown is complete.

Actually I must have..but saw it when I went back to look at the stateroom I booked...spa and gym are essentials for us.

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Booked an A1 February 10, 2019, on the starboard side. Looks to be far enough away from the Magic Carpet to not have any obstruction. I will look forward to watching the Magic Carpet from my balcony, actually.

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Booked an A1 February 10, 2019, on the starboard side. Looks to be far enough away from the Magic Carpet to not have any obstruction. I will look forward to watching the Magic Carpet from my balcony, actually.

 

 

Which cabin? One of the 10216 18 20 22?

Thats what we have booked for a B2B in April.

As MC stops at 14, it is two decks away plus it not above but 10+ rooms next to it.

Guess we are fine :-)

 

 

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Booked an A1 February 10, 2019, on the starboard side. Looks to be far enough away from the Magic Carpet to not have any obstruction. I will look forward to watching the Magic Carpet from my balcony, actually.

 

 

We just booked the Jan 13 2019....Aqua starboard side....

 

 

 

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The lack of rock walls etc are definitely our draw to Celeb but a ship without a spa, gym or theatre just seemed wierd to me....so I am glad they will fill in the info later on,

 

.Not sure what site the link went to but it helped us decide to book AQ today.,Got a nice location and our ,Celeb Cruise Planner was very helpful

 

 

It will have the spa, gym and theater. They are just not releasing where it will be located and what it will look like to build anticipation and excitement. Information will be released quarterly until it sails.

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B2B, aft corner S1 port side, March 10/17, 2019. Hopefully there will be a table in front of the sofa. Rendering pix has no table in cabin.

 

Really hoping the ship will not port year round the first year in the Caribbean and will do Transatlantics/Euro cruises.

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Jumped on the bandwagon today. A1 port side on Feb 24. Agent asked if I wanted bed together or separate, which means that it is 2 beds that are put together to make up the king. He said that there were only 5 left in that category before I booked.

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We booked today for the 12/16 cruise. :D

 

 

Booked an AQ1 for $2099 + $104.42 tax per person. We are on the Port side hump.

 

Receiving the following perks for the stateroom:

Classic Beverage Package

$300 OBC from my TA

An extra $100 OBC from TA for booking during a promo week sale.

Plus, another $50 OBC for being Loyalty members to this TA.

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