An average experience
5 Night Western Caribbean (Miami Roundtrip)
Sail Date: February 14, 2009
Ship: Celebrity Century
Cabin Type: Inside
Traveled As: Family (young children)
Reviewed: 9 years ago
Review SummaryThe ship was clean, cheery, and energetic. We booked three cabins. In order to accomodate the total number of people in our group, we needed all three cabins to sleep 4 people (two in upper bunks and two in lower bunks. Two cabins were fine, but the third cabin was only capable of sleeping two people. The hotel staff suggested and placed a roll away bed in this cabin. The roll away bed simply would not work because two of the occupants of the cabin are in there late 70's and would have to climb over the roll away in order to get in and out of bed. Upon speaking with housekeeping, engineering, and guest relations we were told, "Oh, well. There is nothing we can do. The ship is full." So, my 14 year old nephew was forced to sleep on the floor of another cabin and my 12 and 10 year old nephew and niece were forced to share a upper bunk.
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Pros: the food, food servers, pool side activities, the ship's ammenities were great
Cons: Nobody would take ownership of the one problem we encountered on the ship.
Recommends Celebrity Century? No.
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