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Any way to tell by deck plans? Specifically 9192 on Equinox....thanks in advance..

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Balcony. Beds by the bath and beds by the balcony alternate on the S Class ships. The cabins on the either side have squares on the deck plan which means they have sofa beds by the balcony and their regular beds are by the bath. In 9192, the bed is by the balcony.

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6 minutes ago, cruzzzinma said:

he cabins on the either side have squares on the deck plan which means they have sofa beds by the balcony and their regular beds are by the bath.

 

Just to elaborate, the square or triangle icon in the cabin on the deck plan means there's a sofa bed and/or upper birth.  Those are always by the balcony, so when you see those icons, the main bed is by the bath.  

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1 hour ago, PTC DAWG said:

Any way to tell by deck plans? Specifically 9192 on Equinox....thanks in advance..

There is a forum on s class cabins at top of Celebrity forum that should answer your question or call Celebrity directly and they can tell you. We happen to like bed by closet, it is a little tight but we prefer that vs walking around bed to access balcony. So it’s a personal preference.

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4 hours ago, cruzzzinma said:

Balcony. Beds by the bath and beds by the balcony alternate on the S Class ships. The cabins on the either side have squares on the deck plan which means they have sofa beds by the balcony and their regular beds are by the bath. In 9192, the bed is by the balcony.

Thanks for the confirmation, that was my thinking...

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