Grand Celebration cabins and suites

Grand Celebration staterooms review, floor plans, photos


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Terrace Suite

Max passengers:5
Staterooms number:14
Cabin size:Terrace (305 ft2 / 28 m2), Deluxe Terrace (345 ft2 / 32 m2), Grand Terrace (425 ft2 / 40 m2)
Balcony size:included
Location (on decks):forward on Deck 11-Venus
Type (categories):(T-Terrace, DT-Deluxe Terrace, GT-Grand Terrace) Suite with Balcony

Terrace Suites are located 4 decks apart from other staterooms. These are the ship's top-luxury cabins - lavishly furnished and offering premium amenities, such as private balcony, deep spa tub, flat TV with DVD player, mini-bar, priority services (embarkation / disembarkation).

  • Cabin layouts differ by category, but all suites are similarly decorated - with light wood walling, contemporary nightstand lamps, mirrors, vanity table with desk chair.
  • A frosted glass wall separates the sleeping / living areas. Each suite has a double sofabed (pull-out coach), small table with chairs, large walk-in closet, mini-fridge (noncomplementary, stocked with bottled water, soda, spirits).
  • Fruit basket is provided as Welcome Aboard gift upon arrival.
  • Each suite has all 7 power outlets (5 European, 2 USA / 1 is "shavers only" in the bathroom).
  • The Suite bathroom features dim lighting, rather deep jetted bathtub (with shower head), partial-glass walled shower. Premium bath products are provided (no wall-mounted dispensers).
  • Suite balconies are large, each furnished with 2 mesh loungers and 1 small table.

Oceanview Cabin

Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:
Cabin size:180 ft2 / 17 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):4-Regulus, 5-Moon, 6-Universe, 7-Earth
Type (categories):Oceanview / Outside Staterooms

Oceanview / outside cabins are with large windows (non-opening) and curtains. Some ("family cabins") accommodate up to 4 passengers via Pullman / rollaway beds.

Interior Cabin

Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:
Cabin size:170 ft2 / 16 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):4-Regulus, 5-Moon, 6-Universe, 7-Earth
Type (categories):Interior / Inside Staterooms

Interior / inside cabins are without windows. Some (family staterooms) accommodate up to 4 passengers via Pullman / rollaway beds.

Grand Celebration cabins review

MS Grand Celebration ship has a total of 751 cabins. While there are no "family cabins" or any connecting staterooms, the ship has quad cabins (inside and outside) for up to 4 people and Terrace Suites accommodating up to 5 people.

There are 18 wheelchair-accessible cabins, of which 2 Terrace Suites. The ship has all 14 cabins with balconies - all in the Terrace Suite categories. Of the 14 suites, 4 are with a lifeboat-obstructed view.

The ship has no standard balcony cabins. Of all staterooms, 61% are outside/ocean view.

Access to staterooms is via plastic cards. Another card is used for making onboard purchases. Room service is 24-hour and provided complimentarily. Also complimentary are bath products in each cabin's bathroom (soap, shampoo) as well as the towels. Each cabin offers as standard amenities:

  • electronic safe (in the closet), hairdryer, phone, flat TV
  • 1 double bed (queen size/convertible to 2 twins)
  • above-bed reading lamps, wooden nightstands
  • Quad cabins additionally have rollaway beds or fold-down / Pullman beds.
  • power outlets (115V and 220V)
  • mirrored vanity table with desk chair
  • wardrobe (closet with hangers, ample storage space)
  • en-suite bathroom (mirrored single-sink vanity, WC, shower stall with wall-mounted dispensers/shampoo and body wash).

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