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chipmeister September 29th, 2010 05:38 AM

Yet More Solstice Questions
 
Alright, here we go again: Leaving this Sunday and doing some cleanup in the information department.

1) We are in a Concierge class veranda. Anyone know if these cabins have the shampoo and/or body wash dispenser in the shower, ala Royal Caribbean?

2) From another thread,and this was news to me, is it correct that we are allowed to bring 2 bottles of wine on board? I'm reading bits and pieces from various posts that don't seem too clear and i wanted to see what you folks who been on board say. I know the Celebrity website says yes but a few posts kinda made it seem like it was no.

3)This one is for a travelling companion. Do the concierge cabins have a different room service menu than the standard verandas.

Gotta get back to packing. Thanks.

Chip

cruise47 September 29th, 2010 12:10 PM

Question 2 & 3 the answer is yes to both question.

Question # 1 CC has shampoo & lotion bottles like in a hotel; but no body wash dispenser.

chipmeister September 30th, 2010 05:57 PM

Thanks for the info.

seacookie October 2nd, 2010 12:12 PM

Have been on a dozen Celebrity ships. All have shampoo and soap in staterooms, some in dispensers in the shower. I don't know about the wine. Try looking on the Celebrity website.

flyball October 5th, 2010 12:33 AM

Although it does say on the website that you can only bring 2 bottles of wine per cabin, I was told by a couple of fellow passengers that they had brought up to 4-5 bottles in luggage and and even through checkin during embarkation without any problems.

dkjretired October 5th, 2010 05:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by flyball (Post 1321127)
Although it does say on the website that you can only bring 2 bottles of wine per cabin, I was told by a couple of fellow passengers that they had brought up to 4-5 bottles in luggage and and even through checkin during embarkation without any problems.

That is a crapshoot and you are taking a chance. Many have reported back that they have had items confiscated from their packed luggage...


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