I am lucky enough to have stayed in one of these cabins on board the Celebration with my disabled brother. Basically, they are on deck 7 - number 100 - 104 - where most of the suites are and are very spacious. The wet room/shower has a seat for the diabled person to sit on whilst showering and the sink is a little bit lower for wheel chair users as is all of the drawer and cupboard space. The only draw back is the wardrobes, they are normal sized and would be awkward for a wheel chair user to reach the life jackets which are on the top shelf inside. the plus factor is that the cabin has a double bed - not so nice if you are 2 men sharing - but apart from that, there is plenty of space to move around inside the cabin and you get a great view from the cabin windows as you are directly under the bridge.
I would suggest you contact Thomson's direct. Normal cabins are very small in comparison to the larger liners, ie RCI, Ocean Village and even island. If you check thomson brochure for room size you should get an idea.
We are thinking of going on the Celebration in November and wondering which ports are 'tenders' and which are not? as my husband is disabled and how easy is it to get to excursions by taxi as coaches are unsuitable.
New to cruises.
My wife (who is wheelchair bound) and me stayed in disabled cabin no. 100. It was bigger than some we have stayed in & is a better deal than most other cabins. It has a large unrestricted view forewards (large window) & is not Looked into, there is no walkway outside on this deck. we had a wonderful time & check every year for a suitable itinery. The only drawback was to enter the well adapted bathroom the doorway was very near the corner of the bed & the ramp was quite steep so she could not get in unnaided (inconvenient at night) But with a strong pusher (me)it was fine. Hope this helps & you will have a great time on a very helpful ship. Regards Pete from Accy.