Celebrity Constellation Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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4-6 cruises


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5 out of 5

A Fabulous Cruise

Sail Date: March 01, 2009

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Oceanview

The Celebrity Constellation was, by far, the best cruise ship we've sailed. It's a classy vs glitzy vessel. Its layout is passenger friendly with great signage to help you get around and there are many conveniently located elevators and restrooms. The buffet at Seaside Cafe is by far the best we've ever had with a variety of choices, all very gourmet and personalized, e.g., a chef at the stir fry, pasta, breakfast stations. The staff was excellent, available everywhere to assist with every need and request. The dining room was very tasteful...foodwise and and decorwise. This cruise, The 11 Day Ultimate Caribbean" carried a full passenger load yet one never felt rushed, pushed, crowded or had difficulty finding seating in special spots on the ship. The casino was great fun with a lively staff that engaged people to mix with each other and just have fun. The only negative thing I would mention is for wine drinkers it can be a little pricey as the wine, by the glass, is expensive. Other than that, I'd say book it and have a wonderful time.

Pros: The Layout of the Ship

Cons: Hmm, let me think. The ports weren't that exciting

Recommends Celebrity Constellation? Yes!

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