I've read the negative reviews and sit here scratching my head trying to understand how our experience was so different. This was our fourth cruise, two were on Carnival and once on the Grand Princess. After cruising with Celebrity I would not even consider Carnival again, however we did find the Grand Princess to be more elegant but everything else about the Millennium was superior to it. The food lived up to Celebrity's reputation, service was wonderful, the shows were excellent. We especially liked the lack of constant announcements, much quieter and more relaxing to not always have announcements blaring. My husband is in a wheelchair and we found everything on this wonderful ship to be accessible, the cabin was huge! Something else that I liked was that before we could be assigned a wheelchair cabin they required a letter from my husband's doctor verifying that he was truly handicapped. This was a good way to insure these cabins go to those who really need them. And wonderfully accessible, all of the crew was helpful in embarking and disembarking. In fact, as soon as we came into the building to board someone came over to us and took us directly to the head of the lines for instant checkin. The same person escorted us all the way to the gangway and at that point a crew member took over and escorted us to our cabin. I can find no fault with any part of this cruise, other than it was too short!
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