Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

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3 out of 5

An okay cruise

Sail Date: January 14, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Balcony

The Millenium was nice, nothing unusual about it. It is my understanding that it will go into drydock in April for much needed refurbishment. The food was very good in both the dining room and buffet areas. Unfortunately we did not have time to go to the specialty restaurant, but everyone we spoke to said it was fantastic. The hydrotherapy pool was a great experience, but only on in port days! We had great weather, so of course there weren't enough lounge chairs for the sunspots. We chose the late (8:30) seating for dinner. That was fine except some nights the show was at 7p.m., before dinner which left not much to do after dinner. The TV in the room was a joke. They had CNN, but a two hour taped version that kept repeating, the same was true with the other stations; of course they did have pay-per-view movies. We had a balcony cabin which was nice, room not very large and the shower was a little dated. The staff was very friendly and accommodating; especially, the ice cream servers!

Pros: The food and guest chef

Cons: Not much daily entertainment and in room television was nothing to speak of

Recommends Celebrity Millennium? Yes!

Nassau, Bahamas
I guess you just can't miss the straw market and Atlantis at Paradise Island
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
We love to visit St. Thomas and take the ferry to St. John. This is a favorite for the whole family, as we all like the beach.
Don't Miss: St. John
San Juan, Puerto Rico
The weather was a little overcast, so we went to town late. We ended up taking the ferry to the Bacardi factory and it was well worth the trip. Did a little shopping.
Don't Miss: The fort and Bacardi factory tour
Casa De Campo, Dominican Republic
We had been there before and had no desire to leave the ship.
Don't Miss: Caso De Campo resort, but if you missed it that would be okay
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
We love to visit St. Thomas and take the ferry to St. John. This is a favorite for the whole family, as we all like the beach.
Don't Miss: St. John
San Juan, Puerto Rico
The weather was a little overcast, so we went to town late. We ended up taking the ferry to the Bacardi factory and it was well worth the trip. Did a little shopping.
Don't Miss: The fort and Bacardi factory tour
Casa De Campo, Dominican Republic
We had been there before and had no desire to leave the ship.
Don't Miss: Caso De Campo resort, but if you missed it that would be okay
Nassau, Bahamas
I guess you just can't miss the straw market and Atlantis at Paradise Island


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