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Forgive me if the answer is somewhere in the archives. My "search" didn't locate the info.

 

We are looking at booking the Baltic in '10 on the new Eclipse. We have only one "X" cruise under our belt (the Constellation), so cabin selection is not that familiar to us.

 

Would someone kindly explain the differences between a Concierge class cabin vs a regular cabin (most likely a 1A category).

 

And when selecting a cabin, we hope to get midship on the hump, or perhaps one of the cabins on the angle if we are lucky enough to get one. Are these balconies totally covered?

 

Thanks!:)

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On the new Solstice class ships, there is not any difference between a regular balcony cabin and a concierge class cabin as far as size and balcony. The difference comes in with the amenities or as Celebrity calls them Indulgences that come with Concierge class and the new Aqua Class. Also, you receive an extra Captain's Club credit for a Concierge or Aqua Class cabin. Also, there is a thread that is has info about specific cabins on the Solstice - you might want to look up some cabin numbers that look good to you. If you read Mysticks1 post on the last page, she has a link to a spreadsheet she made regarding the cabins where cruisers have shared info.

http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=911018

 

 

Concierge Class

Stateroom: 194 sq. ft.

Veranda: 54 sq. ft.

 

Features:• Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors

• Sitting area with sofa

• Two beds convertible to queen-size

• Vanity

• 32" LCD TV

• Wireless internet access*

• Veranda

• Some staterooms may have a trundle bed

* For a nominal fee

 

Concierge Class Indulgences:

• Welcome champagne

• Daily fruit selection

• Fresh-cut flowers

• Daily hors d'oeuvres

• Pillow Menu - Conformance, Body,Goose, and Isotonic®

• Duvets and pillow-top mattresses

• Leather key holder, personalized stationery and a tote bag

• Frette bathrobes

• Hansgrohe® showerhead

• VIP invitations to events

• Early embarkation and debarkation

• Early embarkation and debarkation

• Dining and seating preference

• Preference on shore excursions

• Express luggage delivery

• Shoeshine service

 

Regular verandah (1A to 2C, category 07 and Sunset Verandahs)

Stateroom: 194 sq. ft.

Veranda: 54 sq. ft.

 

Features:• Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors

• Two beds convertible to queen-size

• Sitting area with sofa

• Vanity

• 32" LCD TV

• Wireless internet access*

• Veranda**

• Some staterooms may have a trundle bed

*For a nominal fee

 

** *All Category 07 and Category 2C staterooms have a veranda with an obstructed view.

 

The S-class also has a category called Aqua Class:

Stateroom: 194 sq. ft.

Veranda: 54 sq. ft.

 

A brand new class of staterooms on Celebrity SolsticeSM, AquaClassSM brings a tranquil, relaxing atmosphere into your stateroom, while providing unlimited access to many of the AquaSpa® amenities.

 

Features:

• Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors

• Sitting area with sofa

• Two beds convertible to queen-size

• Vanity

• Hansgrohe shower panel

• 32" LCD TV

• Wireless internet access*

• Veranda

* For a nominal fee

 

AquaClass Indulgences:

• Welcome champagne

• Daily fruit selection

• Fresh-cut flowers

• Daily hors d'oeuvres

• Unlimited access to the AquaSpa relaxation room and the Persian Garden

• Complimentary daily bottled water and iced tea

• Special programming and wellness classes

• Menu of pillows-Conformance, Body, Goose, and Isotonic®

• Duvets and pillow-top mattresses

• Leather key holder, personalized stationery and a tote bag, Frette bathrobes

• Hansgrohe® showerhead

• VIP invitations to events

• Early embarkation and debarkation

• Dining and seating preference

• Preference on shore excursions

• Express luggage delivery

• Shoeshine service

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