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SHIP: Equinox 

CABIN #: 1403

DECK #: 10

CLASS: S1, Sky Suite

AREA:  Port side, aft corner 

BED NEAR: 

QUIET?: Yes

BALCONY VIEW:  Very good. Window washing equipment is not really an issue. 

BALCONY SIZE:  Large

WIND A PROBLEM?:  No

SOOT A PROBLEM?:  Minor

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:   Small-ish bathroom. Right side of the bed has a support pole right next to it. Nice sitting area.  Large round window in addition to the balcony. 

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Ship - Silhouette

Cabin # - 1614 

Deck # - 11

Class - Royal Suite

Area - Starboard, middle of the hump

Bed near- N/A separate bedroom

Quiet: Yes, on occasion around 6AM could hear scraping from chairs being moved above, but only heard because we were up early that day, not enough to wake even a light sleeper(which I am)

Balcony View- Outstanding - great views in every direction

Balcony SIze-  Huge, double balcony

Wind a problem? - It was a cool windy TA sailing so yes, it could be.  Balconies on back side of the hump ideal for a TA in our opinion

Soot a problem? - No

Problem/Comments -  Wonderful suite, close to elevators, would love to have it again sometime!

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SHIP: Eclipse

CABIN #: 6101

DECK #: 6

CLASS: 2B

AREA: Starboard Forward

BED NEAR: Bath

QUIET?: Mostly

BALCONY VIEW: Slight obstruction

BALCONY SIZE: Normal

WIND A PROBLEM?: no

SOOT A PROBLEM?: no

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: Lots of noise when docking or leaving a port; otherwise very quiet. The obstruction is minimal, at the base of the balcony -- a white ledge that juts out a few feet from the balcony.

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SHIP:  Solstice

CABIN #: 12-249

DECK #:10

CLASS:C2

AREA: rear midship

BED NEAR: Balcony

QUIET?:  Yes extremely quite(except for rude people above dragging and banging deck chairs early in the morning)

BALCONY VIEW: Excellent 

BALCONY SIZE: Large on and angle  Reclining chairs and ottomans and table,

WIND A PROBLEM?:  No wind problem

SOOT A PROBLEM?:  No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:   Close to elevators. 

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SHIP:  Solstice

CABIN #: 1508

DECK #: 11

CLASS: Aqua

AREA:  Forward

BED NEAR:  Door

QUIET?:  Yes

BALCONY VIEW:  Nice view.  You can see into the bridge and back to the wake.

BALCONY SIZE:  Standard

WIND A PROBLEM?:  No

SOOT A PROBLEM?:  N/A

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:  This is a pretty good cabin if you don't mind walking a bit from the elevators.  It's near the 'hidden staircase' to the spa.  There is very little foot traffic and no noticeable noise from above despite being directly below the gym.

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SHIP:                                     Eclipse

CABIN #:                               1017

DECK #:                                 10

CLASS:                                   Concierge

AREA:                                     Forward

BED NEAR:                             Balcony

QUIET?:                                   Yes

BALCONY VIEW:                    Nice ship wake view, forward view obstructed by bridge.

BALCONY SIZE:                     Standard

WIND A PROBLEM?:              No

SOOT A PROBLEM?:              No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:     None

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SHIP:                                     Eclipse

CABIN #:                               9126

DECK #:                                 9

CLASS:                                   1B

AREA:                                     Forward

BED NEAR:                             Bath

QUIET?:                                   Yes

BALCONY VIEW:                    forward view close to, but not obstructed by bridge.

BALCONY SIZE:                     Standard

WIND A PROBLEM?:              No

SOOT A PROBLEM?:              No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:     Long walk to restaurants

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SHIP:  Solstice

CABIN #: 9221

DECK #: 9

CLASS: unsure

AREA:  Midship

BED NEAR:  Bathroom

QUIET?:  Yes, no noise from anywhere

BALCONY VIEW:  Very Nice unobstructed view

BALCONY SIZE:  Standard

WIND A PROBLEM?:  No

SOOT A PROBLEM?:  N/A

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:  Very handy to main elevators / stairs

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SHIP:  Solstice

CABIN #: 7356

DECK #: 7

CLASS: SS1

AREA:  aft

BED NEAR:  Balcony

QUIET?:  Yes, except for the aft vibration noise

BALCONY VIEW:  Excellent to the starboard and aft

BALCONY SIZE:  Large corner aft

WIND A PROBLEM?:  No

SOOT A PROBLEM?:  Not noticed 

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: 2 poles in the room. By the bed and bathroom.

Have also been one deck up and prefered that cabin, only 1 pole and less noticeable vibration. The walk to mid ship was about 190 steps (I am 5’4)

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SHIP:                                     Reflection

CABIN #:                               1132

DECK #:                                 10

CLASS:                                   C2 -- Concierge

AREA:                                     Mid ship

BED NEAR:                             Balcony

QUIET?:                                   Yes

BALCONY VIEW:                    All the aft.

BALCONY SIZE:                     BIG

WIND A PROBLEM?:              No

SOOT A PROBLEM?:              No

COMMENTS:                          Quiet, and very near the elevators. Excellent location. I'd book it again if I could afford it....

 

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Wow! Love the huge hump balconies on Celebrity. 

 

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Ship -  Equinox

Deck -  7

Cabin # - 7287

Class – 2B

Starboard or Port Side -  Port

Bed near?(balcony or bath) – Balcony

Quiet Cabin (With comments on problems. Note if connecting. ) –  Yes

 

Balcony View - Give comments on view, noting if location of any obstructions was an issue. – No obstructions

Balcony Size? Normal or oversized for class? -  Normal

 

Was wind a problem?  - No

 

If an aft cabin, was soot a problem?  - No

 

Any specific problems with this cabin? - It was great

 

Any other comments?  - Did not get upgraded carpet or bath in Revolution, but not an issue at all.  Decent walk to elevators, but made it quiet.  Great amount of storage and nothing was worn or dated.  Did get new RFID locks.  Would do this cabin again!

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SHIP: Eclipse

CABIN #: 8261

DECK #: 8

CLASS: 1A

AREA: midship near aft elevators

BED NEAR: balcony

QUIET?: yes

BALCONY VIEW: not obstructed. Can see straight down to water

BALCONY SIZE: normal

WIND A PROBLEM?:no

SOOT A PROBLEM?:no

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS:This is right near the entrance to the elevator area. As long as the glass doors separating the room hallway from the elevator area are closed. The room is very quiet. Great location to get everywhere

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SHIP: Solstice

CABIN #: 7108

DECK #: 7

CLASS: FV (Family Verandah)

AREA: Very front of ship

BED NEAR: separate bedroom, near the front window

QUIET?: Most of the time.  VERY noisy at docking and when anchor goes up/down (normally in the very early morning).  Was also VERY noisy when preparing for and helicopter came in for medivac right infront of the room

BALCONY VIEW: balcony is partially obstructed by overhang and looks to the side of the ship (there are also 2 large windows that over look the front of the ship)

BALCONY SIZE: small 

WIND A PROBLEM?: no

SOOT A PROBLEM?: no

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: The noise in the early morning was VERY loud.  This was the only issue and is tolerable, because the size of the room with 2 separate bedrooms makes up for it

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SHIP: Solstice

CABIN #: 7260

DECK #: 7

CLASS: Deluxe Veranda (1A)

AREA: Starboard side, front edge of the midship hump

BED NEAR: Bath

QUIET?: YES! Super quiet

BALCONY VIEW: Unobstructed, clear view of the sea. Looking down, you can see some lifeboat equipment and the sea. The angled balcony on the hump means that you are looking towards the front of the ship and can easily see the bridge, and the view past the bridge towards the front. This also gives you a view of deck 5 with the lifeboats mounted alongside.

BALCONY SIZE: HUGE! Its Trapezium shaped, with the angle giving you extra room. Its big enough that we had 3 chairs, as well as a deck chair and a table, and yet had enough room for a toddler to run around.

WIND A PROBLEM?: Sometimes. The balcony is exposed to the wind coming from the bow, and a strong breeze can make things chilly. But not bad enough to keep you off the balcony.

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: The cabin is close to the elevators, yet we never heard any elevator noises, due to glass doors between the elevator lobby and the cabin area. The balcony is super large, compared to most cabins in this category, which was a welcome benefit! The bathroom does not have a clothesline, which was sort of a bummer. turns out no baths on this ship have clotheslines.

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SHIP: Solstice

CABIN #: 6239

DECK #: 6

CLASS: Deluxe Veranda (1A)

AREA: Port side, back edge of the midship hump

BED NEAR: Balcony

QUIET?: YES! Super quiet

BALCONY VIEW: Excellent view of the sea and everything to the sides.Balcony is angled and also gives a nice view along the side of the ship to the stern. Lifeboats immediately below, on deck 5, so can't see the sea right below, but thats not a problem at all.

BALCONY SIZE: Okay, comfortable enough to accommodate a table and two chairs. Did not feel as if it was crowded, even when there were 4 people standing at the rail

WIND A PROBLEM?: Not at all. given the orientation of the balcony (angled inwards, looking to the stern), it is actually shielded from any wind blowing from the bow

SOOT A PROBLEM?: No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: Had booked this as a guarantee cabin so was not able to actually "select" this cabin. But given a choice, we would have loved to be able to select this.

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On 2/24/2019 at 12:43 PM, cheeseheads4ever said:

Im looking for information on Sillouette balcony room #8325. Ive tryed looking but no luck.

Any help would be appreciated..

@cheeseheads4ever Did you ever find info about 8325? Have you sailed since then? 

We will be in that cabin in november, so I was hoping to find a review. Thanks! :)

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1 hour ago, scrustyrock said:

Please how is cabin 9215.

What ship?

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SHIP: Reflection

CABIN #: Accessible 2196

DECK #: 12

CLASS:  Sky Suite 

AREA:  Right side (starboard I think thats it) 

BED NEAR: NA

QUIET?: NOT EVEN FOR ONE SECOND!

BALCONY VIEW: Unobstructed

BALCONY SIZE: HUGE, at least 3 regular size ones together, with a ramp

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: NO

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS: This suite was huge, which was great. However, it was directly below ocean view cafe. In a spot where there is a lip on the floor, in between an in and an out crew to kitchen doors. There was NON stop noise 24/7. We always bring a sound machine, but even that didnt help. I read one other review saying they heard slight noise, so I thought I'd be ok. But it was the worst we've ever dealt with. We barely slept a full night the entire 12 night cruise. 

I'd never stay in this room again. 

I'll attach pictures of what was directly above the cabin. And photos of the room. 

 

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New Format for S-Class Spreadsheet.

 

WHAT’S NEW? 

  • New table format for submitting your review.
  • Streamlined responses to make the search and sort functions more effective. 
  • Additional columns for (a) links to pictures, and (b) information regarding the date of cruise and “revolution” comments.
  • Links-References Tab

Cabin reports posted on this thread will be added to the spreadsheet and can be searched online or downloaded to Excel for further review and research. The date of the spreadsheet reflects the last update.

 

Click here to Access the Spreadsheet.

 

Instructions on how to search the spreadsheet can be found through this Instruction Link.

 

Please copy the below table, paste it into your post, and complete the right column. Please use the standardized responses suggested in the left column when possible and explain the answers in the Problems/Comments section.

 

Please upload photos within your post to avoid broken links and I will add the Post # link to the spreadsheet. 

 

Thank you for your contribution!

 

SHIP NAME

 

CABIN #

 

DECK # (3-14)

 

CATEGORY: 7-12, 1A-1C, 2A-2D, A1-A2, C1-C3, CS, FV, PS, RF, RS, S1-S2, SG, SV

 

LOCATION ON SHIP: 
Port (left), Starboard (right), Bow (front), Stern (back) or Inside
and
Forward, Midship (between the forward and aft elevators), or Aft
(For example: Port-Midship, Bow-Forward or Inside-Aft)

 

 

 

 

BED NEAR
(Bath, Balcony, Window, N/A)

 

QUIET? (Yes/No/Usually)

 

BALCONY VIEW (Good, Great, Obstructed?)

 

BALCONY SIZE 
(Standard, Oversized, Other)

 

WIND A PROBLEM?
(Yes/No/Sometimes)

 

SOOT A PROBLEM?
(Yes/No/Sometimes)

 

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS (Explain all Noise (including crew door issues), Wind and Soot Problems here, plus all comments and information regarding things like connecting or accessible cabins)

 

PICTURES (Attach pictures in your review)

 

DATE OF CRUISE AND "REVOLUTION" COMMENTS

 

 

 

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Sincere thanks to the following for starting and continuing the efforts to provide such a wonderful research tool over the last 10 years:

 

Mysticks1 (Donna)

Librarylady19 (Sandi)

Cruzzzinma (Carolyn)

 

I hope I size up.  Please keep the reviews coming!

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SHIP NAME

 Solstice

CABIN #

 1241

DECK # (3-14)

 10

CATEGORY: 7-12, 1A-1C, 2A-2D, A1-A2, C1-C3, CS, FV, PS, RF, RS, S1-S2, SG, SV

 RS

LOCATION ON SHIP: 
Port (left), Starboard (right), Bow (front), Stern (back) or Inside
and
Forward, Midship (between the forward and aft elevators), or Aft
(For example: Port-Midship, Bow-Forward or Inside-Aft)

 

 Midship, Port side

 

 

BED NEAR
(Bath, Balcony, Window, N/A)

 N/A

QUIET? (Yes/No/Usually)

 Usually.  Generally no noise from above or below, but like any cabin on the ship, you can hear your neighbors.  You can also hear the dinging of the elevator just outside the stateroom, which can be a bit irritating.

BALCONY VIEW (Good, Great, Obstructed?)

 Full

BALCONY SIZE 
(Standard, Oversized, Other)

 Large, with hot tub, lounger with foot rest, and table with two chairs

WIND A PROBLEM?
(Yes/No/Sometimes)

 No

SOOT A PROBLEM?
(Yes/No/Sometimes)

 No

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS (Explain all Noise (including crew door issues), Wind and Soot Problems here, plus all comments and information regarding things like connecting or accessible cabins)

 No problems.  Beautiful cabin.  Separate living room with pull-out large couch and love seat, four-seat dining table, kitchenette with sink, separate WC (i.e., 1.5 baths).  Gigantic TVs in both living room and bedroom.  Bathroom is so large as to be almost wasted space, but lovely,.  Double sinks.  Very high step up into the tub, but with separate shower.  Extreme dearth of electrical outlets, and no USB outlets.  Lighting is also fairly poor.  Tons and tons of storage space.

PICTURES (Attach pictures in your review)

 

DATE OF CRUISE AND "REVOLUTION" COMMENTS

 August 30, 2019 cruise.  

 

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SHIP: Reflection

CABIN #: 1504

DECK #: 11

CLASS:  A2

AREA:  Starboard forward

BED NEAR: Bath

QUIET?: Cabin is below gym. We were woken up every day at 5:45 am to scraping noises. Presumably, equipmement is being moved to get ready for 6:00 a.m. opening. During the day, there are loud thuds as people drop the weight stacks. Bring earplugs if you stay in this area.

BALCONY VIEW: Mostly unobstructed. Bridge wing is visible on left. Does not interfere with view.

BALCONY SIZE: Standard. Has recliner chairs with footstools. Very nice

WIND A PROBLEM?: No

SOOT A PROBLEM?: NO

PROBLEMS/COMMENTS

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