Outstanding cruise and we cruise a lot!
Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review to Caribbean
Sail Date: March 24, 2012
Ship: Celebrity Millennium
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 5 years ago
Review SummaryWe recently sailed on the Celebrity Millennium for the first time and it was outstanding. We live 45 mins from the port of Miami so we cruise at least 2 times per year. We pre-paid our gratuities so we had open dining times, which is great when you have no shedule. Prior to this cruise we had always gone on NCL, Carnival, and Royal Caribbean. The ship does not have an art auction, which we always attend, but we really enjoyed the adult therapy spa and the movie theatre on deck 3. We enjoyed learning different dances and the instructors were very patient with us. Also, we were very impressed as this was our anniversary cruise and each day we either received champain or notes left at our cabin from the ships staff. The only thing I was not crazy about was the brunch on the 4th morning of the cruise. This may have been because there was a group of 800 women (supposed to be christians) that were selfish, pushy, gready, and rude. Obviously not all of them were this way, but there were enough of them that were, that it gives those of us that are Christians a bad name. Some of these women would almost run you over on their way to the food and they would push right by you to the front of the line and or elevator. They had black shirts that said "Radical" and something else, but I wonder if it said "Radical for the Buffet." This is nothing the cruise line can control, but in the future I will check to see if there are any large groups like that already booked on a specific trip, and avoid them.
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Pros: Great entertainment, adult therapy spa, and outstanding food.
Cons: There was a large group of rude women (not the fault of the cruise line).