Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review

Review: 1
Helpful Vote: 1

Overall Rating:

5 out of 5
Ship: Celebrity Millennium
Reviewed: 8 years ago

My family and I thoroughly enjoyed our trip during Spring break, 2001. It was my husband's first cruise & we are already planning our next one. My only criticism was that there were not enough age-related activities for my 14-year-old son. It seemed there was enough to do for the youngsters and plenty to do for those over 18. I wish there were more pools. Well enough complaints. The service was just unbelievable. The food was spectacular! Nanand was our waiter and had the best personality. The bartender (from Bali) at the Martini bar always had a smile on and oh those martinis! One of the bartenders (he knows who) was simply the best and always seemed to find us. The cruise director and his staff were courteous and helpful. Oh, did I mention that my husband, Andy, was crowned the King of the Millennium! Everything was just spotless. The ship itself was beautiful and the stores were reasonably priced. We enjoyed the art auctions. Embarking and disembarking went so smoothly, orderly - they should give lessons to the airlines. There were never lines for food. Entertainment was good. The Aqua Spa was the best in the world; it was so relaxing. I would definitely recommend Celebrity to anyone who is thinking about taking a vacation. It truly was the best vacation ever!Karen, Andy & Justin

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