- 2022 Southern Caribbean on Celebrity Edge – Outdoor Venues Review
- 2022 Southern Caribbean on Celebrity Edge – Cabins / Suites Review
- 2022 Southern Caribbean on Celebrity Edge – Entertainment Review
- 2022 Southern Caribbean on Celebrity Edge – Dining Review
- 2022 Southern Caribbean on Celebrity Edge – Ship Review
I’ll get in to more details in each of the sub heading segments of this review but I have to say that our twenty days on the edge were some of the best days we have ever had on a Celebrity cruise. Everything was first rate from the room, to the food, the entertainment, to the décor, to the service, and even the wine selection. This was a fantastic cruise.
We had two different cabins over the 20 days. For the first 10 day segment we were in an Regular Infinite veranda. The Second two weeks were were in an Aqua Class veranda. The cabins are identical in size and layout but Aqua class comes with a few more amenities, most notably the Blu dining room experience, and in the room, cans of water, a yoga mat, plush robes, and a fancier shower head. We loved having the extra in room space and the panoramic window on the Infinite Veranda, but didn’t like that on a hot day when the whole room heated up when the window was open. By closing the bi-fold door the AC is supposed to come back on in the room, but this didn’t really seem to work. On a cooler day we loved having the whole room open to the veranda. I loved sitting at my desk and listening to the ocean. We loved the largest Celebrity Cruises bath rooms for standard cabins in the Edge class cabins. There was more room for storage and it didn’t feel confining.
The ship itself is a work of art! Every space is more impressive than the next. The Edge was the first of its kind for Celebrity, and they have since made a few minor revisions and improvements to the design of this class of ship, but the “OG” still holds its own. We loved so much of the architectural and design element. The ship also boasts an impressive collection of art, most notable, the sculptures positioned in various places around the ship.