Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review to Caribbean - Southern
Ship: Celebrity Millennium
Cabin Type: Inside
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 7 years ago
Review SummaryCruise didn't start out on a positive note. We pre-paid transfers with Celebrity and received no bus vouchers. No pre-cruise booklet or luggage tags sent by Celebrity, either. Requested a table for 2 - got a table for six and was basically told - sorry! At mandatory evacuation drill, Millinieum employee named Maxine at the theatre was very rude and confrontational.
I went to bed that night thinking we had made a mistake, but decided to give them a second chance.
I absolutely loved the quality time I spent with my husband on the cruise since it was our 25th anniversary. We had a lot of fun in the ports and I loved the itinerary, but the ship was, well.....boring.
Pool closed and covered by 8:00 pm. Not enough activities on board at night. Shows were ho-hum. No buffet at night - just stir-fry and italian - forces everyone into the sit down meal. Riviera Grill closed at 5:30 p.m. Ship and decor are starting to show age.
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Pros: Easy on/off process
Cons: Not a fun ship - entertainment, food, parties geared to over 70+ age group.