Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

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4 out of 5

We loved the May 5 Alaskan Cruise!

Sail Date: May 05, 2008

Reviewed: 8 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

The Millenium was beautiful when we were last onboard but it is tired and in need of updates. Fortunately it was kept clean and it did not impact our time onboard very much.

Pros: The staff were fabulous, food very good, ports of call common to area.

Cons: The Millennium is getting tired and needs renovation.

Recommends Celebrity Millennium? Yes!

Ship Quality
Cabin / Stateroom
Food and Dining
Noticed menu changes--food always good, but didn't like having really special meals offered on same night. The specialty restaurant was great, as always.
Service and Staff
Especially enjoyed the naturalist (Enright) and attorney lectures.
Ketchikan, Alaska
Did a tour special not associated with Celebrity and this first part was awful (called "Best of Alaska). Booked through link from cruises.com.
Seattle, Washington
Beautiful city. Had a space needle tour that with enjoyable tour driver but handled very poorly at the site by venue personnel. We only had 1 hour 15 minutes and after 45 minutes we were still in line to go up elevator to top of needle. Had no time to do anythine else.
Juneau, Alaska
Better tour. Had fun time with beer at Red Dog Saloon.
Victoria, British Columbia
Empress Hotel and Butchart Gardens are two must-sees.
Skagway, Alaska
Had a good time driving up through mountain range to Canadian border. Lovely views.
Sitka, Alaska
Too tourity. Didn't know the original Russian Orthodox church had burned down in the 60's.
Vancouver (Canada Place), British Columbia
Beautiful city but beware of seedy areas near Chinatown, which is very nice. Had delicious lunch at Chill Winston (don't walk any further tho as area gets bad).
Astoria, Oregon

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