A mixed bag but overall a great time
Celebrity Century Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western
Sail Date: December 02, 2010
Ship: Celebrity Century
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Singles/Friends
Reviewed: 6 years ago
Review SummaryA friend and I took the cruise as a "girl's get-a-way" for a couple of days. We booked a concierge class room and were very pleased with the accommodations although the deck furniture (on our balcony and out on the pool deck) was looking a bit shabby. We dined in the buffet for b-fast and lunch and ate in the formal dining room every evening. Service and food was good in both places. The shows at night were about what you'd expect for a cruise ship - simple but the cast was talented and fun to watch. The guests on the cruise did tend to be an older crowd so folks looking for a party or modern pop music may be disappointed on this ship. Overall a fun, relaxing long weekend.
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Don't Miss: Paradise beach is a short cab ride from port. Rent a beach chair and get bar service and perfect beach.
Pros: Accomodating staff, good food, clean, lots of entertainment options for a small ship
Cons: It was an older, smaller ship so it didn't have some of the bells and whistles of some of the new large boats. Only real complaint would be that I thought it catered to a crowd that was a little older than my age group (40)