Aqua Class
Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, Sitting area with sofa, Two beds convertible to queen-size, Vanity, Hansgrohe shower panel, 32 inch LCD TV, wireless internet access and veranda.

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Aqua Class (A1) Cabin Reviews

Transpacific Cruise : Cabin 1138
Sail Date: May 2017
This is a great cabin. It overlooks the out the outdoor seating of Ocenview Cafe; so, sitting on the balcony in a bathrobe is not really an option. However, since the temperature was relatively cool during the crossing, very view people ... Read More
This is a great cabin. It overlooks the out the outdoor seating of Ocenview Cafe; so, sitting on the balcony in a bathrobe is not really an option. However, since the temperature was relatively cool during the crossing, very view people were outdoors. It was quiet. Our room attendant was excellent. I actually like the closet configuration on this ship better than on the Solstice class ships. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2017
Very good size, location, service (Singh was excellent), comfort. No complaints apart fro the Cinema.
Very good size, location, service (Singh was excellent), comfort. No complaints apart fro the Cinema. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
Lovely bright and airy cabin with large balcony. Very quiet. The shower had a glass door, which is so much better to a shower curtain. The cabin location was very near to the back stairs leading to the bar at the back of the ship. We was ... Read More
Lovely bright and airy cabin with large balcony. Very quiet. The shower had a glass door, which is so much better to a shower curtain. The cabin location was very near to the back stairs leading to the bar at the back of the ship. We was very convenient. Read Less
Ankgor Wat Amazing : Cabin 8035
Sail Date: February 2017
Balcony cabin port side front, very close to lifts which was handy. It didnt get much sun in afternoon which was nice as well after a day on deck
Balcony cabin port side front, very close to lifts which was handy. It didnt get much sun in afternoon which was nice as well after a day on deck Read Less
Sail Date: December 2016
Very small cabin. Although it seemed like a lot of storage space the space were so small you could only put 2 pieces of clothing in the 6 drawers provided. You had to close the door to the left to open the one to the right. The balcony ... Read More
Very small cabin. Although it seemed like a lot of storage space the space were so small you could only put 2 pieces of clothing in the 6 drawers provided. You had to close the door to the left to open the one to the right. The balcony was the worst as the door was beyond hard to open. Once out there the door would then slide open the whole time while at sea very disappointed with it. The worst part of the cabin was the sea pass card this is the first time I have had a problem and you can not keep saying it was the cell phone deactivating the card. I went through 6 key pass cards waiting 20 minutes each time to get a new one along with other people in line. Disappointed with the refilling of supplies in bathroom. On solstice last year the lotions etc were replenished each time used but this time not at all and you can only get this brand from them which is very good. Read Less
Celebrity Let Down : Cabin 9072
Sail Date: October 2016
Was clean and well services. appearance of room and furniture very worn and outdated
Was clean and well services. appearance of room and furniture very worn and outdated Read Less
Port Intensive Cruise : Cabin 1110
Sail Date: October 2016
We were in a Deck 11 Aqua Class cabin. The balconies on Deck 11 do not have a roof. The weather on this cruise was not particularly favorable with many rainy days. This made the balcony a useless amenity since it had no cover. There were a ... Read More
We were in a Deck 11 Aqua Class cabin. The balconies on Deck 11 do not have a roof. The weather on this cruise was not particularly favorable with many rainy days. This made the balcony a useless amenity since it had no cover. There were a couple of sea days with pleasant weather, but without a roof cover, the balcony was way too hot to use. We had friends in a Deck 9 Aqua Class cabin which had the advantage of Deck 10’s huge protective overhang over their balcony. Note-to-self-for future-cruises: never book a balcony room without a roof. Although we had previously sailed on Millennium, we did not remember the compact (i.e. miniscule) size of the bathrooms. We have been on airplanes with larger bathrooms than the Millennium’s. On a positive note, there was plenty of storage space, the heated mirror was a nice amenity and there was always plenty of hot water in the shower. The layout of the cabin was very efficient. Lots of storage space and available cubbies once we removed all the misc. advertising materials, posters, company brochures, etc. and stored them for the balance of the cruise under one of the life jackets in the closet. All of our luggage fit nicely under the beds. There was plenty of drawer and closet space for this 2 week cruise. The configuration of the closet rod and the hangers was of dubious design (very small hooks on the hangers that constantly got caught on the square-shaped closet rod.) The A/C worked, more-or-less efficiently. We did call for an A/C technician at least every third day because of a persistent and apparently endemic A/C system malfunction. (The unit would unexpectedly go into “heat” mode on its own.) On a positive note, the heater worked really well. Unfortunately, we really needed A/C on this warm weather cruise and not heat. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2016
Clean, comfortable and with a superior shower. The cabin attendant was excellent.
Clean, comfortable and with a superior shower. The cabin attendant was excellent. Read Less

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