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Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western
Sail Date: March 10, 2012
Cabin Type: Inside
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 5 years ago
Review SummaryThis ship is beautiful! it was very elegant and had pieces of art scattered everywhere around the ship! The staff was great, especially our dinner staff, they were so friendly, and by the second evening remembered to bring extra bread baskets to our hungry table haha. It was great having the staff waiting with cold towels and drinks on the way back to the ship after the days of walking in the heat. The staff paid attention to little details that made all the difference. Our ports of call were Falmouth, Jamaica and Georgetown, Grand Cayman, which is one of my all times favorite ports. There is so much to see in Grand Cayman, but we decided to get a tour from the port rather than one of the ship's shore excursions, and it ended up being so much cheaper. The only things that bothered us were the added fees that were tacked on to 90% of the activities (as a college student on a budget, I refuse to pay $30 to play bingo), and how hard they pushed for pictures. There was too much picture-taking going on and the pictures were pricy ($19.95 per picture). however the photography staff was very professional, and we did get some great formal pictures to give our families out of it.
Food and Dining
Service and Staff
Cabin / Stateroom
Pros: great food, nice ports of call
Cons: added fees on lots of activities, lack of activities for younger crowd.