Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

Contributor Level: Deck Hand

Experience
2-3 cruises

Review
1

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4 out of 5

A wonderful cruise, very relaxing!

Sail Date: December 17, 2006

Reviewed: 9 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

Overall the ship was wonderful. Very few complaints, the advertised sports bar was no longer in use. The buffet was always congested and there were times no food was available in this area. The entertainment was average at best. The comedians were so bad many people walked out during the shows.

Pros: The food in main restaurant and the Olympic was extraordinary, the service was great.

Cons: Ocean Grill buffet average, the sports bar no longer exist it's just wasted space.

Recommends Celebrity Millennium? Yes!

Entertainment
Bingo seemed pricey at $30 per card for the amount of payoff. Sometimes while you were in line to purchase game cards you were interupting other activities going on. It seemed as though it wasn't organized. The shows were disappointing, sometimes even boring.
Ship Quality
Ship was very nice and easy to navigate. No complaints.
Food and Dining
The main dining room was great. The food was always good. The Olympic was over the top quality and service. Would not recommend the buffet.
Cabin / Stateroom
We had a concierge class room and were very happy with it. The room was very quiet and clean. One woman we spoke to won a sky suite at bingo and commented to us that she was happier with the concierge room and service.
Service and Staff
Very friendly and always helpful.
Casa De Campo, Dominican Republic
Although we enjoyed the architecture there really was nothing else worth seeing. I'd love to see this port omitted from the itinerary.
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
Shopping of course is great. Paradise Point has a fabulous view, however you can get there by vehicle a lot cheaper than the $18 per person fare on the sky ride.
Don't Miss: Downtown shopping if looking for jewelry. Paradise Point for the view.
Nassau, Bahamas
A long walk from the dock, 6 ships having to go through one small building to exit dock area and return to ship. After seeing this port twice we do not care to return.
Don't Miss: Tortuga Rum Cake factory, and Senor Frogs restaurant for the partying crowd.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Bacardi/City tour was very rushed, but enjoyable. The city tour was interesting especially Fort San Cristabol. The downtown area reminded us of New Orleans. We found the locals to be very friendly and really enjoyed the experence and would have liked to have been able to spend more time here.
Don't Miss: Don Q's rum retail store, local prefer this rum over the bacardi. (They have free samples) Not easy to find this rum in the states.


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