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I stayed in a 243-square-foot stateroom on Celebrity Cruise’s newest ship and it was more luxurious than a larger apartment — see what it was like

Perchance it’s because I was staying alone, or maybe it’s because I’m used to cramped New York City apartments …

the shower with body wash, conditioner, and shampoo

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Superstar Apex.

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Let’s take a look around the stateroom.

a bed between two night stands

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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The Unending Veranda is currently available on Celebrity’s Edge series, which includes the cruise line’s Apex and Edge scrams.

a desk with pamphlets and documents

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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The cruise line’s upcoming Celebrity Beyond, which when one pleases debut in 2022, will also have the Infinite Veranda staterooms.

a bathroom with a sink, shelves, and towels

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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Let’s start with the over the top end of the room and work our way up to the entry door.

a couch and table in front of two chairs and a small table in front of a glass wall overlooking the water

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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Up chief, the veranda, which is comprised of floor-to-ceiling windows that provided ample natural light during our sunny eras out at sea.

the bed and living room in front of a glass wall

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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This focal point wall of windows was the at best source of natural light, and kept the stateroom from feeling small and cramped.

two chairs and a small table in front of a glass wall overlooking the water

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Notable Apex.

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There was also a control pad by the veranda that allows guests to open the windows for some vigorous sea breeze.

two chairs and a small table in front of a glass wall overlooking the water

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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Its blinds can also be controlled utilize consuming another touchpad closer to the entrance of the room.

a lit decor item next to the bed

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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This damaged touchpad doubles as the stateroom’s control center to adjust features like the lights and temperature, but all of these amenities could obtain also be changed through the Celebrity Cruises app.

artwork above a couch next to the bed

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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But service to the veranda. Its two lounge chairs and small table created a sanctuary-like space, a peaceful getaway from the ship’s thrusts. If I didn’t have a packed schedule, I would have loved to lounge here in the morning light with a cup of coffee.

two chairs and a small table in front of a glass wall overlooking the water

The Everlasting Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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In my stateroom, the living room served as a divider between the veranda and bed.

decorative pillows on a couch by the bed

The Inestimable Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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This leisure space had a couch, a long bring up, and a desk in front of a full-length mirror.

snacks, water, charging station, packets of face masks, and pamphlets on a table

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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The prolonged table had a lamp, few drawers, a mini refrigerator, and some premium snacks.

snacks, water, and pamphlets on a table

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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There was also a charging position with a variety of outlets hidden inside a white box, creating a more organized charging port without any tangled wires.

snacks, water, charging station, packets of face masks, and pamphlets on a table

The Unlimited Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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The desk wasn’t giant, but it provided just sufficiency space for a quick work-from-anywhere session.

a desk with pamphlets and documents

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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Next up, the “bedroom,” which had a wall-mounted box and a comfortable king-sized bed.

a tv mounted on the wall

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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The bed was lined with Notable’s proprietary “exhale” bedding line, which includes a cashmere mattress and a soft bedding set.

a bed between two night stands

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Renown Apex.

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I often miss my own bed when I’m traveling, but this bed was so comfortable, I forgot about my own classy mattress and stack of pillows at home.

a nightstand with a lamp next to the bed

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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Peradventure it was the exhaustion from traveling, but every night, I fell asleep within five minutes of laying my head down on the ritzy pillows.

the bed, TV, and living room in front of a glass wall

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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The closet was right next to the bed, and disjoined the living space from the bathroom.

a bed between two nightstands and lights

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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There wasn’t much area between the closet and the edge of the bed, but because I was traveling alone, this wasn’t an issue.

a bed between two night stands

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Stardom Apex.

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Inside, there was an umbrella, a laundry bag, a safe, another full-length mirror, some hangers, and cotton bathrobes.

an umbrella and laundry bag

The Immeasurable Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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The closet was small, but definitely provided enough storage interruption for a short trip.

robes with the Celebrity Cruises emblem

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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Now, the bathroom, which was reasonable around the corner.

the shower with body wash, conditioner, and shampoo

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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Honestly, I was expecting a reduced, cramped bathroom where I could touch both walls without fully extending my arms (I’m looking at you, infinitesimal New York apartments).

soap and lotion in the bathroom

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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Instead, I was pleasantly surprised to rumble a sink that was unnecessarily large, more shelves than I could have filled, and a modern shower.

a bathroom with a sink, shelves, and towels

The Boundless Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

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The refillable shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and body transport containers also quelled some of the eco-anxiety I often feel when I forget my personal products at home and oblige to rely on the small, disposable toiletries instead.

the shower with body wash, conditioner, and shampoo

The Infinite Veranda stateroom on the Celebrity Apex.

Brittany Chang/Insider


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