The infinity has several classes of suites. All suites include personal butler service, priority check-in, debarkation and tender, access to the Suites-only Michael’s Club Lounge and Luminae dining room, and ipod docking stations.
At 1432 square feet, the penthouse suite is bigger than my house, which would pretty much fit on the 1098 foot veranda. This suite has all the comforts of home and then some. It comes with a baby grand piano, full-sized refrigerator, and the option of in-suite meals and afternoon tea served in the suite’s very own dining room as well as unlimited access to the ship’s specialty restaurants.
The 538 square foot Royal Suite comes with many of the same amenities as the penthouse suite including private whirlpool tubs both in the bathroom and on the veranda as well as complimentary in-suite cappuccino, espresso and internet.
The 467 square foot Celebrity suites come with many of the privileges of the bigger suites like a bottle of wine and daily fresh fruit platters. Guests in these suites get one or two complimentary dinners in the ship’s specialty restaurants depending the length of the cruise.
The 251 square foot Sky Suites may not have as much space as the Celebrity suites, but they come with about the same amenities. Some Sky Suites are accessible with roll-in showers rather than tubs.
195 square foot Aqua Class staterooms have private verandas, free access to the Persian Garden aromatherapy in the spa, extra bathroom amenities, priority check-in, and their own restaurant, Blu, which serves lighter and healthier food than the regular cruise ship fare.
191 foot Concierge Class staterooms also have priority check in. These rooms include concierge service, seating time preferences for the dining room and specialty restaurants, expanded room service menu, and afternoon savories delivered to the room. Accessible Concierge Class rooms are 334 square feet and equipped with roll-in showers.
Veranda Staterooms come in three styles – Family, accessible, and regular. The 271 foot family cabin has a 242 square foot balcony and a divider between the bedroom and living room areas. The 272 foot accessible veranda cabins have roll-in showers and a 38 square foot balcony. The regular veranda rooms are 170 square feet with a 38 square foot balcony.
Ocean View staterooms have 170 square feet of space and a view of the sea. Accessible ocean view cabins are 381 square feet with roll-in showers.
Inside rooms are pretty spacious. At 170 square feet these have just as much room as the regular ocean view or veranda cabins. Accessible inside rooms are 240 square feet with roll-in showers. Some staterooms have drop-down bunks in the ceiling which are lowered when more than 2 guests share a room. Cribs are available on request.
The stateroom stewards came by to introduce themselves on the first day and when they said if there is anything you need just ask they meant it because a request for more hangers had them at my door within minutes.
The doors and walls in the cabin are magnetic. Room amenities include shampoo, conditioner, hand lotion, soap, shower cap, and a box labeled essential vanity pack with a couple packets containing a couple cotton balls and q-tips and a tiny nail file.
The closet has a set of pull-down bars for a second hanging space, one on each side so either one or both people can have double rows to hang their things if desired.
We received a surprise email shortly before the cruise saying that the upper decks boarded first and the lower ones didn’t get on until close to the end of boarding time. As this was our first cruise with Celebrity I don’t know if this is their general practice or if it was specific to that cruise or that port.
Staterooms on other cruise ships: Arcadia, Breeze, Breeze odd cabins, Divina, Ecstasy, Legend, Liberty, Pearl, Ruby Princess, Splendor, Veendam, Westerdam, Wilderness Adventurer
For a complete list of blogs about cabins see My Cruise Stories Ships and Cabins page.
Fascinating. Thanks for posting.
As you know, Celebrity now has only two classes of ships. Although I haven’t been on Infinity (we were on Constellation), this is my favorite class. One question – how did you get to see all the rooms? … and my holiday party is in progress this weekend, so make sure you get your gift bag!
There’s 3 ship classes if you count the Xpedition. On the Infinity we were allowed to tag along with a group of travel agents that were touring the ship on boarding day. The inside room photos with and without the bunk weren’t part of the tour. That was our room. We noticed it had bunks so we asked our steward to put one down one day for the photo.
Thanks for the FYI … and cheers to you finding out that you could get the tour!
The penthouse is a nice room but what would you do with a full sized fridge on a cruise ship? Even if your eating in the room who’s saving their left overs when the ship is making so much good food?
I’m not really sure what they would use it for. Cold drinks perhaps.