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What are the Perks for booking a Suite?


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For a suite you get preferential times for your tender tickets, afternoon tea in your cabin, butler service, fresh flowers, fruit basket, preferential embarkation lines and a special place to wait for disembarking. To be honest, I think Celebrity took some of their less desirable cabins, in terms of size and location, and call them Concierge Class. Yes, you do get a couple of extra things (no butler), but at least for me, you're paying a premium for a cabin that might not be in the greatest location and are quite small in size. CC's aren't considered suites, BTW.

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Please help. Also what is the Concier Class?


You can go to Celebrity.com >the drop down menu>ships>choose the ship you are looking at then go to>staterooms>click on CC class, (concierge class) it wil tell you all about the "perks" Hope this helps.

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IMHO, whether or not CC is worth it depends on the pricing. Since each sailing's pricing is diffferent, you need to look closely. For our Christmas cruise CC was $300 per person more than a 2A balcony cabin. We did not feel it was worth THAT much. I priced another cruise this week on a Century class ship and the CC was $67 per person more than a balcony cabin. That is a no brainer...the flowers alone would probably run minimum $30 - $40 if purchased on your own.

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Kitty9 mentioned some of the perks for Suites on Celebrity. There are more, such as a different breakfast menu for suites, more space, more closet room, larger verandas with real padded loungers, etc. Sky suites on deck 12 on c-class vessels have large verandas.


We always book a Royal Suite, and the large bathroom with jaccuzi tub, separate shower, etc., a separate bedroom are big pluses. Plus we have a dining area with a table for four as well as a large sitting area. We just got off of Infinity, and had a hot tub on our veranda [not used because it was a September cruise to Alaska]. We also had two huge flat screen TVs.


Then of course, there is the butler service which has always enhanced our cruise experience. On our last two cruises, both this year, our butlers were the best yet - Stanley on Mercury [now on Infinity] and John Morales.

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