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1A vs CC vs AQ

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We have a great slant 1A cabin for all portions of a B2B.  My husband now sees that the CC is only a few more dollars for first leg.  I say keep what we have because of cabin location and CC benefits aren’t worth it.  Plus we’d have to change rooms.  Only way I see changing is if price of AQ comes down and then we would would get AQ dining and Persian Garden.   Am I wrong in thinking Celebrity designated the CC and AQ cabins because they were in less desirable locations.  Thoughts.  

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You are not wrong...the locations are not as good.

 

moving rooms is a pain

 

Do you need the extra Captain’s Club points?

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Cabin location depends on the individual ship. CC have some of the best balcony locations there are on M class ships. The Aqua class aft cabins on M class ships are also highly thought of. It's probably best that you read the stickied threads on this forum to get a good idea. 

On S class ships, some aqua class cabins do have poor location.

Changing room isn't a big deal. You can do it easily in 20 minutes. Your stateroom attendant will move your cases and clothing etc so it's not that big a job. 

Sometimes in rare circumstances CC and AQ cabins can just be a few dollars more. In exceptional circumstances the same as a regular balcony. If there isn't a big difference in price I'd say go for it and enjoy Blu etc. 

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I have moved cabins several times in my cruising life. It is not a big deal, but I wouldn't go from a 1A to a CC if I had to change cabins. Maybe for AQ just a few dollars to get Blu. We have stayed in both AQ and CC in the past. I would not pay a penny more for a CC. This is S class.

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Keep the slant 1A - much better than a C2 or C3 on your S-Class ship; I would even keep the slant 1A over an aft C1 since your slant balcony is larger than that of an aft C1 on S-Class.

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