Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

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5 out of 5

An outstanding week with Celebrity

Sail Date: January 14, 2007

Reviewed: 9 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Balcony

I was initially amazed at the logistics of accomodating 2000 people within a few hours and never having to stand in line more than a minute in the check in process.

The staff clearly understands excellent service. We were asked numerous times by most staff if there was anything else they could do to make our travel a little better. When we requested a service (change double beds to twins, a steak to go with the lobster, a second dessert, bringing more chairs around a deck table etc) they were quick to provide it and with a smile on their face.

All the staff was friendly with a "good morning" greeting and a smile. And they engaged in friendly conversation when appropriate.

Pros: Great service, great staff, great food

Cons: ice machine was occasionally empty

Recommends Celebrity Millennium? Yes!

Ship Quality
Food and Dining
The dinner waiters (Singh and Everton) provided exceptional service. Each course was served quickly and with a friendly.

The food was great -- lots of variety, but also some old favorites to pick from if you don't feel adverturesome.

Great burgers too.

Once I was working on my laptop computer doing email and enjoying a cup of coffee. Unsoliticted, a waiter went out of his way to ask if I needed a fresh cup of hot coffee. What great service!!!
Cabin / Stateroom
We had an exterior stateroom and it was very comfortable. The rooms were always clean and fresh towels were always ready. Sidney and his assistant were always there when we had a special request.
Service and Staff
Everybody on our ship understands quality service. Friendly and willing to do any thing extra to make your trip more enjoable.
Entertainment
Therater, magician, comedian, lots of bands, volleyball, shuffleboard, pool, hot tub, exercise room, paddle tennis......I had to take lots of naps to keep up with the kids.
Casa De Campo, Dominican Republic
We took the electric bike tour -- it was fun and we were able to experience a real village in Dom Rep.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Took a walking tour of old San Juan and El Morro.
Don't Miss: See the butterfly people shop in the downtown area
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
Hired a "safari" taxi to give us a two hour tour. Went to Magan's bay up to the banana daquiri factory. The most beatiful port of all. We also did some scuba and underwater scooters, which were a good time.
Don't Miss: take the bus tour to see the vistas from the top of the hills.
Nassau, Bahamas
Rode motor scooters for two hours.


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