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The Edge is simply beautiful! We were in SkySuite 10104. The Sky Suites was well appointed: Ceiling to floor windows with a small patio with 2 chairs and a small table; the bed was very comfortable with loads of extra pillows--it faced the patio; there was plenty of drawers (including 3 in the bathroom under the sink), a large closet with hangers and a wardrobe area with a safe, and ceiling to floor drawers; there was a small but usable desk with a charging "box" for iphones and plugins; there was a small frig that was filled each day by our Butler Dino with water, soda and whatever else we requested; the main room also had a chaise-style lounger and a small table (unfortunately, the table is low and not easy to eat on, but it was fine. The table on the patio is too small to take a dining tray at all; it is really only good for cocktails. The draperies (blackout) are controlled by a wall panel. Very nice, the panel also controls the temp. and lights in the room. The bathroom is the best we have ever experienced! It has a full bathtub with a very powerful adjustable shower fixture. This has a glass door and shower curtain for privacy. The toilet in located behind a frosted glass door. The vanity area has been moved here too: a hairdryer, vanity mirror and small stool are also provided. The towels were top quality and we had 4 per stateroom. In addition, the robes and slippers were high quality. Our cabin steward was very attentive and friendly--our room was always clean. A neat feature: the bathroom mirror over the sink slides open into the room, letting in more light and view to the patio. The ship is filled with art--some modern, some traditional but all interesting. The room had a "book" highlighting some of the best, its name, artist and where to see it. There is even an area of the hull left "open" so you can get a glimpse of the hull and "skeleton" of the ship. The ship is magnificent and not like any other we have sailed. Food: the restaurants, grill and Oceanview Buffet were similar to other Celebrity's we have been on. We enjoyed the Luminae several nights and for our final day breakfast--superb service and food here. We did not get a chance to dine at Blu this trip, but it looks very nice too. We did have a chance to eat at several of the specialty dining locations: Eden (food and service were very good, but the "actors" and why and what they are there for is unclear--it was lost on us.); Magic Carpet (we were so excited about this, and were REALLY disappointed. It was cold, windy, the food arrived cold and the waiters were "surely". They do provide warmed blankets, but for the $95 extra, we wouldn't do it again. If you are planning to eat here, I recommend to go to the first seating or just experience it with a drink. It has a very nice bar and great views over the ocean.) La petite Chef: This is very cute and the food was good. We did not have time to do the steak house or Raw on 5: both looked very nice. Shows: We think they need some work here. The theater at every show was the emptiest we have ever experienced--maybe 40% full. The only show we really enjoyed, was called Incanto (4 opera-style singers who toured with Andrea Bocelli.) The Martini Bar and The Club were very popular--they did the Silent Disco two nights! Load of fun. One evening we went to the Eden show. It was interesting, but hard to follow. It really needs some work--a narrative or something. The talent is good and try very hard--interpretative dancing mostly with audience participation. We only attended a show 4 of the 7 nights. The Retreat is fabulous! Only challenge for us was it is not adult only. There were many small children running around during the day. At night, it was virtually empty. There are tons of unique and fun chairs to try out around the area. The Concierge services here are very professional. Wine and soft drinks were available all day and sometimes some crackers and small bites. The Tenders were the nicest we have ever been on too. Fold-down leather-type padded seating. The side elevator made for easy off and on. That feature is a "keeper"! We were less concerned about the ports than experiencing the ship. The only ports we had not been to before were Cannes and Palma de Mallorca. At both port we used Withlocals--great tour guides. Overall, we loved the ship and would definitely sail on it again. Next time, probably a longer cruise would allow us to experience more of its amenities.

Loved our cruise on the Edge

Celebrity Edge Cruise Review by Dallas Gal

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The Edge is simply beautiful! We were in SkySuite 10104. The Sky Suites was well appointed: Ceiling to floor windows with a small patio with 2 chairs and a small table; the bed was very comfortable with loads of extra pillows--it faced the patio; there was plenty of drawers (including 3 in the bathroom under the sink), a large closet with hangers and a wardrobe area with a safe, and ceiling to floor drawers; there was a small but usable desk with a charging "box" for iphones and plugins; there was a small frig that was filled each day by our Butler Dino with water, soda and whatever else we requested; the main room also had a chaise-style lounger and a small table (unfortunately, the table is low and not easy to eat on, but it was fine. The table on the patio is too small to take a dining tray at all; it is really only good for cocktails. The draperies (blackout) are controlled by a wall panel. Very nice, the panel also controls the temp. and lights in the room.

The bathroom is the best we have ever experienced! It has a full bathtub with a very powerful adjustable shower fixture. This has a glass door and shower curtain for privacy. The toilet in located behind a frosted glass door. The vanity area has been moved here too: a hairdryer, vanity mirror and small stool are also provided. The towels were top quality and we had 4 per stateroom. In addition, the robes and slippers were high quality. Our cabin steward was very attentive and friendly--our room was always clean. A neat feature: the bathroom mirror over the sink slides open into the room, letting in more light and view to the patio.

The ship is filled with art--some modern, some traditional but all interesting. The room had a "book" highlighting some of the best, its name, artist and where to see it. There is even an area of the hull left "open" so you can get a glimpse of the hull and "skeleton" of the ship. The ship is magnificent and not like any other we have sailed.

Food: the restaurants, grill and Oceanview Buffet were similar to other Celebrity's we have been on. We enjoyed the Luminae several nights and for our final day breakfast--superb service and food here. We did not get a chance to dine at Blu this trip, but it looks very nice too. We did have a chance to eat at several of the specialty dining locations: Eden (food and service were very good, but the "actors" and why and what they are there for is unclear--it was lost on us.); Magic Carpet (we were so excited about this, and were REALLY disappointed. It was cold, windy, the food arrived cold and the waiters were "surely". They do provide warmed blankets, but for the $95 extra, we wouldn't do it again. If you are planning to eat here, I recommend to go to the first seating or just experience it with a drink. It has a very nice bar and great views over the ocean.) La petite Chef: This is very cute and the food was good. We did not have time to do the steak house or Raw on 5: both looked very nice.

Shows: We think they need some work here. The theater at every show was the emptiest we have ever experienced--maybe 40% full. The only show we really enjoyed, was called Incanto (4 opera-style singers who toured with Andrea Bocelli.) The Martini Bar and The Club were very popular--they did the Silent Disco two nights! Load of fun. One evening we went to the Eden show. It was interesting, but hard to follow. It really needs some work--a narrative or something. The talent is good and try very hard--interpretative dancing mostly with audience participation. We only attended a show 4 of the 7 nights.

The Retreat is fabulous! Only challenge for us was it is not adult only. There were many small children running around during the day. At night, it was virtually empty. There are tons of unique and fun chairs to try out around the area. The Concierge services here are very professional. Wine and soft drinks were available all day and sometimes some crackers and small bites.

The Tenders were the nicest we have ever been on too. Fold-down leather-type padded seating. The side elevator made for easy off and on. That feature is a "keeper"!

We were less concerned about the ports than experiencing the ship. The only ports we had not been to before were Cannes and Palma de Mallorca. At both port we used Withlocals--great tour guides.

Overall, we loved the ship and would definitely sail on it again. Next time, probably a longer cruise would allow us to experience more of its amenities.
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Sky Suite
Cabin S2 10104
The Sky Suites was well appointed: Ceiling to floor windows with a small patio with 2 chairs and a small table; the bed was very comfortable with loads of extra pillows--it faced the patio; there was plenty of drawers (including 3 in the bathroom under the sink), a large closet with hangers and a wardrobe area with a safe, and ceiling to floor drawers; there was a small but usable desk with a charging "box" for iphones and plugins; there was a small frig that was filled each day by our Butler Dino with water, soda and whatever else we requested; the main room also had a chaise-style lounger and a small table (unfortunately, the table is low and not easy to eat on, but it was fine. The table on the patio is too small to take a dining tray at all; it is really only good for cocktails. The draperies (blackout) are controlled by a wall panel. Very nice, the panel also controls the temp. and lights in the room.

The bathroom is the best we have ever experienced! It has a full bathtub with a very powerful adjustable shower fixture. This has a glass door and shower curtain for privacy. The toilet in located behind a frosted glass door. The vanity area has been moved here too: a hairdryer, vanity mirror and small stool are also provided. The towels were top quality and we had 4 per stateroom. In addition, the robes and slippers were high quality. Our cabin steward was very attentive and friendly--our room was always clean. A neat feature: the bathroom mirror over the sink slides open into the room, letting in more light and view to the patio.
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