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Ship: Constellation

CABIN #: 1137

DECK #: 11

CLASS: Inside

QUIET?: Yes

BALCONY VIEW: n/a

BALCONY SIZE: n/a

WIND A PROBLEM?: n/a

SOOT A PROBLEM?:n/a

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:No problems. Very quiet at the very back, very top of the ship. This was one of the few inside cabins added with all the aqua class cabins on deck 11. Loved it as it was a very short walk (one cabin length) to the open air just above the sunset bar. Did not hear any noise from oceanview cafe below or basketball court above.

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Constellation

Cabin #: 9127

Deck #: 9

Class: AQ

Area: Aft Port side

Bed near: Bathroom

Quiet?: Yes

Balcony view: Straight out and back. Forward view obstructed by elevator bank.

Balcony size: standard, small: 2 chairs, 1 small table

Wind a problem?: no

Soot a problem?: no

Problems/comments: None. Mirrored wall makes cabin feel bigger than it is. Bathroom seemed smaller to me with shower having glass door. No water problems on the floor. Individual reading lamps on each bedside table. Close to elevators without any noise. AQ perks were nice but not necessary for us. Did not like the special shower head.

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SHIP: Constellation

CABIN #: 9065

DECK #: 9

CLASS: Aqua

AREA: Midship

BED: Near bathroom

QUIET?: Mostly

VIEW: Unobstructed

BALCONY SIZE: Normal

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: There was a stewards' closet directly across from the cabin. Noise each morning from about 7:30-8:00. Tough if you're a light sleeper and like to sleep late. No water problems with shower.

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I've seen this info in several posts and thought it would be useful to post it here:

 

Each of the following cabins on the Millennium Class ships (Millennium, Infinity, Constellation, Summit) has some particular benefit over its peers of the same class -- most often an oversized veranda, sometimes larger cabin or nicer decor. Not all of these differences are accurately reflected in any known deck plans.

 

SS-6131,6132,6145,6146

 

CC-9043,9038,9201,9164,9162,9160

CC-8045,8046,8185,8176,8172,8170

CC-7203,7212,7208,7206

CC-6135,6136,6143,6144

 

2A-2B-8161,8146,9173,9138 (corrected 2/17/14)

2B-2A-7049,7080,7163,7166,7171,7173,7175,7177,7174,7176, 7178,7180 (corrected 2/17/14)

2C- 6016,6018,6020,6021,6022,6023,6024,6025,6026,6027, 6029,6030,6031,6033,6035,6053,6048

 

Thank you for all those that contributed for compiling the info above.

 

Mods, this might be most useful if it's listed on the front page.

Edited by Host Walt
Inserting corrections

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2A-8161,8146,9173,9138

2B-7049,7080,7163,7166,7171,7173,7175,7177,7174,7176, 7178,7180

Thanks for posting this, but I think you have your 2A's and 2B's confused. All of those 2B cabins on deck 7 are 2A's, and the 2A deck 8 cabins are actually 2B's. I just booked 7176 on Summit and was confused when I saw you list it as a 2B, since I paid for a 2B and got the free upgrade to 2A.

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Thanks for posting this, but I think you have your 2A's and 2B's confused. All of those 2B cabins on deck 7 are 2A's, and the 2A deck 8 cabins are actually 2B's. I just booked 7176 on Summit and was confused when I saw you list it as a 2B, since I paid for a 2B and got the free upgrade to 2A.

 

I simply posted the info from other threads - I can't vouch for the validity of the info but I think you have that right that the 2A and 2B listings are backwards.

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Thanks for posting this, but I think you have your 2A's and 2B's confused. All of those 2B cabins on deck 7 are 2A's, and the 2A deck 8 cabins are actually 2B's. I just booked 7176 on Summit and was confused when I saw you list it as a 2B, since I paid for a 2B and got the free upgrade to 2A.

 

Post #80 has been corrected.

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Ship: Constellation

CABIN #: 8048

DECK #: 8

CLASS: Concierge C2

AREA: Forward

BED NEAR: Bathroom

QUIET?: no. too close to elevator

BALCONY VIEW: Obstructed. Window washing platform on right.

BALCONY SIZE: Standard

WIND A PROBLEM?: No. First balcony inside the hump so it is protected.

SOOT A PROBLEM?:No. Forward location

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:Not listed as obstructed but the cabin directly aft, 8050 is but the window washing platform is parked between 8050 and 8048 so you cant look aft without seeing the platform.

 

Ship: Constellation

CABIN #: 7076

DECK #: 7

CLASS: 2C

AREA: Forward

BED NEAR: Bathroom

QUIET?: no. too close to elevator. lots of people talking in hallway.

BALCONY VIEW: look down on lifeboats but view is standard balcony room view.

BALCONY SIZE: Standard

WIND A PROBLEM?: No. Inside the hump so it is protected.

SOOT A PROBLEM?:No. Forward location

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:This room had a loud air conditioning sound. You could hear it running when it kicked in. Not bothersome to me but to some it might be.

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Ship: Summit

CABIN #: 7078

DECK #: 7 (Vista)

CLASS: 2C

AREA: Forward

BED NEAR: Bathroom

QUIET?: For the most part

BALCONY VIEW: Excellent

BALCONY SIZE: Standard

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: Main issue with cabin is that it is an adjoining room. That created noise both from the adjoining cabin's occupants (talking, TV, etc..) but also they left balcony door open one night which created a wind tunnel affect. We called guest services and they took care of it immediately.

 

Pros: Location means no obstruction of view.

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Ship: Summit

CABIN #: 9088

DECK #: 9

CLASS:AQ 2

AREA: mid

BED NEAR: Bathroom

QUIET?: can hear chairs moving on deck 10 and heavy walkers from 7am on

BALCONY VIEW: overhang obscures view of the sky

BALCONY SIZE: Standard

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: we like to star gaze at night. this is impossible from this cabin. if you like shade during the day, you will like this cabin.

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Ship: Summit

 

CABIN #: 8043

DECK #: 8

CLASS: 2B

AREA: Forward, just aft of forward elevators

BED NEAR: Bathroom

QUIET?: Yes

BALCONY VIEW: Excellent. Room is just before indent, so you don't look down

onto lifeboats

BALCONY SIZE: Normal

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: Loved the room, no complaints. Close to forward elevators, bit of a walk to MDR, so beware if you have mobility problems.

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Ship: Constellation

 

CABIN #: 8014

DECK #: 8

CLASS: 2B

AREA: Forward

BED NEAR: Bath

QUIET?: VERY

BALCONY VIEW: Beautiful - No obstructions

BALCONY SIZE: Standard

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:

Booked a GTY and got this room. Very happy. First cruise, so nothing to compare it with, but we loved it. Great views of ports, very little motion, very quiet.

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SHIP: Infinity

CABIN #: 9127

DECK #: 9

CLASS: A2

AREA: Midship

BED NEAR: Bathroom

QUIET?: most of the time

BALCONY SIZE: same as most all the A2/C2/C3 cabins

WIND A PROBLEM?: no

SOOT A PROBLEM?: no

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: Everything works, but would not book this cabin again due to it being partially under a service area for the buffet (same as 9106) and you hear the occasional cart being rolled across the floor. I would book 9129 or 9108 with reduced noise.

Edited by ghstudio

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9137 Constellation

Bathroom on left side as one enters the room.

This puts sink's tap next to the shower, a configuration we prefer.

On M class ships standard cabin configuration has always had the bed next to the bathroom.

Cabin between mid and aft elevators, very convenient to the ocean view cafe and aft bar.

Noise at times from overhead traffic in buffet.

This would not be a cabin that we would pick again for that reason.

 

As we walk forward near cabin 9043 there is a very loud noise from the pool pumps, heard ten cabins away.. an area we would avoid as well. Deck 8 seems a better choice all around except for the lack of AQ.

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Ship: Summit

 

CABIN #: 9138

DECK #: 9

CLASS: 2B

AREA: Aft, right by aft elevators

BED NEAR: Bathroom

QUIET?: Yes

BALCONY VIEW: OK, cannot look down because of lifeboats, and overhang above

BALCONY SIZE: Little larger since it's on the back indent

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: Room was fine and in a good location. Stairs come up to the buffet in the middle of it. Close to aft bar. Dining room is in the aft also so close to that. Ship is not that big so walking from one end to the other never took long.

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Ship: Constellation

 

CABIN: 1116

Deck 11

Class: Aqua Spa

Bed Location: Near Bathroom

Quiet: Yes

Balcony View-excellent-sticks out farther any of the other Aqua cabins on the floor

No Wind of Soot Problems

 

Problem for all Aqua spa cabins on 11: the sliding glass door to the verandah cannot be locked from the outside. So if you are sitting out there in any sort of swell the door will slide open or closed, repeatedly, on its own.

Edited by Bfson

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CABIN #: 6206

DECK #: 6

CLASS: 2-D

AREA: Center

BED NEAR: door

QUIET?: Very

BALCONY VIEW: obstructed

BALCONY SIZE: average

WIND A PROBLEM?: no

SOOT A PROBLEM?: no

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: Great location to stairway and elevators. But not happy about lifeboat blocking my view. On the M-Class ships, the lifeboat is below the level of the deck so no obstruction while sitting down. I would not book this class again.

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CABIN #: 9106

DECK #: 9

CLASS: Aqua spa

AREA:middle

BED NEAR: bath

QUIET?: very quiet considering we were directly below the buffet

BALCONY VIEW: great view. I liked the overhang - kept out the intense sun but we did have a great view when docking

BALCONY SIZE: 54 sq ft

WIND A PROBLEM?:no

SOOT A PROBLEM?:no not at all

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: nice room. very clean. would consider it a perfect spot because of the closeness to the stairs and directly below deck 10

Edited by wallysdtr

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CABIN #: 1217

DECK #: 10

CLASS: C2

AREA: Mid

BED NEAR: Bathroom

QUIET?: Yes

BALCONY VIEW: Good

BALCONY SIZE: Average

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: Bathroom nightlight only worked one night. Toilet did not flush one day. Fixed very quickly.

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CABIN #: 9071

DECK #: 9

CLASS: Aqua

AREA: Mid Ship

BED NEAR: Bath

QUIET?: Usually

BALCONY VIEW: Large Overhang, but not really a problem

BALCONY SIZE: Average for M Class

WIND A PROBLEM?:No

SOOT A PROBLEM?:No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:No noise from overhead, but crew door across the hall was noisy at times, especially 7-7:30 am

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CONSTELLATION

 

CABIN #: 6145

DECK #: Penthouse

CLASS: Sky Suite

AREA: AFT

BED NEAR: Bathroom - Unlike a standard stateroom, the bed is on the wall facing the outside wall/balcony door. Bathroom was huge, unlike the standard SS's (see photos)

QUIET?: Fairly. Could hear piano being played in the connecting PH, and also heard a child having a temper tantrum, but this was during the day and did not bother us. ;)

BALCONY VIEW: Beautiful of the port side.

BALCONY SIZE: Very large (see photo)

WIND A PROBLEM?: Not really

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: The closet door slide instead of opening out. One side has shelves with a safe on one. The other side is for hanging clothes. Neither is large and the door made it awkward to get to things. There were also automatic lights in the closet - one for each side. If the doors were not closed just so, the light would stay on. The doors also had a habit of sliding when there was ship movement. I woke up one night to a light glaring in my eyes. The door had come open in the middle of the night.

Not enough electrical outlets for U.S appliances. Plenty for European! Take some 2 prong adaptors to use with small electronics such as cell phones and iPads or convertible current appliances.

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