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Old March 11th, 2005, 04:10 PM
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I noticed that there are a couple of FV staterooms still available for a $200.00 upgrade pp. for my particular cruise. Do the FV staterooms receive the same perks as the Concierge Class?

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Old March 11th, 2005, 04:12 PM
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Oops! I forgot to say that this is for the Summit.
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Default Re: FV vs. CC?

SoCalGal,
Sorry to say tht the FV do not have the same perks as Concierge. Just a larger and divided stateroom. Unless Celebrity recently changed policy, which is doubtful.
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Oh darn. Well, guess we'll just have to make do with the CC stateroom that we have booked..... Only 9 more LONG weeks before we sail!!! (I still haven't figured out how to insert countdown clock in my message).

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Old March 12th, 2005, 01:17 PM
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I'd give up every perk of a CC for an FV..no question!!
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For a short cruise, we can be happy in either an AFT CC, or a FV. However, there's no way we'd ever trade a standard CC cabin for an FV.

Here are some pictures of one of the "inner" FV cabins. The veranda on the aft CC cabins is the same:

http://community.webshots.com/user/ecandersonii
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Thanks Chris.

Your photos were very helpful. We like to lie in bed and look out the slider, seems like you can't do that in the FV. Plus it looks like you're looking through a tunnel. I have noticed that when we stand at the rail aft of the Waterfall grill we can look down on some of these FV balconies. Not much privacy. I guess unless we need the extra space we're better off in the CC. Thanks again!

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Hi SoCalGal,

You are so going to like the CC cabin. We were in 9125 to Hawaii when it was still a Cat 1-A. It is a little bigger than the standard cabin and the veranda is about 4x10 ft. Your time to go to Alaska is perfect too. We went @ that time and very few other ships were there, making it very easy and leisurely to get around those small port towns. My review is on this site.
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