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Celebrity Millennium Class Verandah Cabin Walk Thru
This is a quick walk thru of Verandah staterooms for the Celebrity cruise ship Millennium class. Class names such as Millennium class defines similar ships within the Celebrity fleet. Scroll down to view photos and descriptions for the Verandah category.
Shop carefully. Some balconies are different shapes (more space). Other balconies will look down on the top of lifeboats.
This is the typical layout of a balcony cabin. The bathroom is to the left in this picture and the closet area is to the right.
This is a view in the other direction. There is a full glass sliding door leading out to the balcony. There is a small sofa and coffee table to the right and a desk area to the left.
This is a view of the small sofa.
Balconies are divided by partitions. Notice that the glass is not totally private.
Shop carefully and you may find a good deal. Some balconies are extra large.
This one extends out to the edge of the ship. But keep in mind that the end of the balcony can be viewed by the decks above.
The beds in a balcony cabin can be separated into two twin size beds.
This is a close up of the desk area and some of the storage.
This is a picture of the outlets on the desk.
This is the bathroom of a balcony cabin. Notice the storage under the sink.
There are also shelves above the sink.
The shower has a adjustable shower head.
The closet will have plenty of space to hang clothes.
The closet also has drawers and shelves. On one of the shelves will be a small personal room safe to store valuables.
There is more storage above the TV area.
Each cabin has its own climate controls.
The bed will have two night stands with lights.
This is a picture of a bed sofa opened up and made into a bed.
Some balconies will have a large overhang from the deck above which will shade the balcony.
The cabin will have a mini-fridge that is stocked with items you can purchase.
There is a line in the shower you can extend to use to dry wet clothing.
A few of the balconies will be more enclosed in a metal hull. This will obstruct the view from the cabin slightly.
Other cabins though will sit back into the ship further and will have steel beams that will be more obstructive.
Those cabins will be able to view down on the balconies of the cabins on the deck below.
This is a good view of the outlets in the cabin.