Anyone stay in these Premium Balcony rooms before, please let me know if they're noisy room since they're at the aft. How's the space, we using it as a quad. We going in 5-31-2002 to Alaska, any good? Would like to have as much info as possible.
We're staying in Renissance Harborside Hotel in Vancouver, any good? Got a real good price on Priceline.com, so we'll deal with it.
Thanks you all in advance. Frankie
We just returned from a Millennium cruise, sister ship. Our cabins were 9136 & 9138. Balcony. Very accessible to the Ocean Cafe & Grill. Up the stairs one flight and to the right. Kinda far to go to the main dining room and atrium area, though. But, hey, that's how I don't gain weight on a cruise. I take the stairs whenever possible. This is a big ship. You can burn up some calories just walking back and forth.
Not a noisy room at all. As a matter of fact, it was quiet. Did not hear our neighbors or anything from above us in the ocean cafe. We were concerned about that, but it was okay. Enjoyed the balcony.
I don't know about using it as a quad. We had two single guys in the room. Once they seperated the beds, there wasn't a lot of room to move around. Maybe 2 adults and 2 kids would be okay. I just wish the cabin would have been set up like the Carnival and RCI ships. They can put each of the single beds against a wall. I can prop my back up against the wall when sleeping so that when the boat starts rocking and rolling, I won't fall out of the bed! The single beds were SMALL! I'm not that big, but I felt that if I roll over, I'll fall out... Kind of minor gripe, but I will make note of it to Celebrity. Maybe if enough passengers comment on this, Celebrity might change in the future.