Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

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2 out of 5

Concierge class????

Sail Date: January 01, 2007

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Balcony

We were very excited about the concierge class and booked two adjointing rooms. The benefits were supposed to be amazing, pillow menu, prefered boarding and departures ect. Not only was it difficult to find options as far as pillows go, the rooms are smalller than most cruise lines. We brought a 2 year old and instead of subjecting everyone to her in the dining room we choose to do room service. They advertise dining room menus in the state room. The truth is only after 7:30. a two year old is not going to wait till 7:30. There is no buffet as an alternative, only a grill that has 3 items to choose from. That gets really old after 7 days. They advertise as a culinary series, but served turkey breast at the lunch buffet three times. Best meal of the cruise was in port in San Juan. Very disappointing cruise, most expensive ever.

Pros: Ports of call

Cons: lack of dining options, variety, quality

Recommends Celebrity Millennium? No.

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