Celebrity Equinox Cruise Review to Caribbean - Southern

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5 out of 5

Exceptionnal cruise

Sail Date: April 01, 2011

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

We recently sailed on the Equinox for the 1st time, and all I can say is "Wow!". We had no idea what to expect. Restaurants, a fantastic pool area and a nightclub made this 1st cruise exceptionnal. We really like Celebrity Equinox's style, service, and innovative ships, and the new Enchantment did not disappoint. Dining choices were really excellent. We didn't have to wait all week to get one reservation at the Murano who was excellent 5 servies, the service was even better. The buffet really isn't a "buffet" anymore, now it's like a cool marketplace/food court with many more choices, stations you can approach from all sides (so no endless line!). Very wide-open and airy feeling, a huge step up from the typical ship buffet. We loved all the nightlife options. The shows were great. Felt like a totally different night out, every single night. The multi-color splash pool and suspension bridge are amazing, but the best new element has to be the Blu restaurant. Overall we have to say the ship was really impressive, the staff was amazing

Pros: Everthing

Cons: Nothing

Recommends Celebrity Equinox? Yes!

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