Celebrity Infinity Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

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4 out of 5

Great experience

Sail Date: July 01, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Room Type: Oceanview

This is our second time on celebrity on this same fleet, the ship was identical and we we disappointed at first, but after a couple days it was an advantage for us because we knew the ship. We used most of the ammenities because we knew they were there. I personally used the gym a lot, I signed up on day one because I knew the classes are quickly overbooked. The spa is great, all treatments are wonderful. Most of all we used the funfactory, we travelled with our 18 month old daughter, there were diapers, wipies, and personal babysitting available at no cost. Babysitting in a cabin was available for only 8 dlls an hour, we used that a couple of nights to go out to the casino and a late dinner. The girls babysitting were great! We felt really confident about leaving our daughter with them. She immediately fell in love with them.

Pros: Our favorite is that there was a funfactory for the kids and personal babysitting if required for only 8 dlls per hour.

Cons: The pool water should be warmed places like Alaskan cruises. it is impossible to use the pools during this cruise.

Recommends Celebrity Infinity? Yes!

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