Celebrity Millennium Tips

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LOLO
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Sep 18, 2014

Hot tubs were warmer under the enclosed area and the pool there was great-very relaxing. We enjoyed sitting at the level 10 bar watching the sunset.

daisyduff
Contributor Level: Purser
Aug 19, 2014

Splurge for dinner at The Olympic.

blackwell4
Contributor Level: Purser
Aug 14, 2014

Get the Eggs Benedict, Shrimp Cocktail, and Cheesecake. Don't rely on the ship's computers; they're over-priced and unreliable. LIVE as much as you can on your balcony and soak up that scenery.

Gzhao
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Aug 07, 2014

The waffles and dinner are the best parts of the day while the fitness center has a gorgeous view.

mamcccpr
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Sep 18, 2014

Bistro on Five is a little specialtyplace that had wonderful Paninis. Well worth the 7.00 pp. Only two other people in there for lunch and the food was great. If you buy anything made of plants ie (fireweed jelly) or animal products (ox hair scarves) etc or salmon - pack it in your checked luggage

mksommers
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Sep 05, 2014

ask for early seating for dinner so you can go to show and still make it to hot tub and pool. Also, get the beverage package because charging every drink is expensive

sturmro
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Jul 23, 2014

The Aqua Cafe serves very good lean-cusine lunch :-) The Sauna at the Men's changing room is great (have been told that the one at the Women's changing room is also great) with a very nice oecanview :-) Try the "Olympic" restaurant, it is definitely worth the extra charge!!

gbottoms
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Jul 17, 2014

I would recommend the dining room for dinner every night. It had wonderful food and was the perfect ending to a busy day. The service was superb and the atmosphere was relaxing. There was a new menu each night with great dishes and marvelous desserts!

Spensersmom
Contributor Level: Purser
Jun 08, 2017

Take advantage of the first night discount at Tuscan Grille and eat there instead of the main dining room which had a 30 minute wait to get a pager to wait another 30 minutes to get in for a 9:00 dinner! Second night just as bad, then it eased up. Also, take the Inside Access tour of the ship!

pairodox
Contributor Level: Purser
Jun 07, 2016

If you go on this Alaskan cruise, make sure you go to the Cosmos lounge on deck 11. The views from there are spectacular.

iankaus
Contributor Level: Captain
Feb 03, 2016

The Martini Bar is the hot venue of an evening, while Cafe al Bacio is very popular through the day. If you can't find a deck chair immediately beside the pool, go up one level where it is easy to find many that still overlook the pool.

TeutonicVicar
Contributor Level: Purser
Sep 12, 2015

Not the nice and upscale Cruise Line you had gone on in the past. Celebrity has fallen victim to corporate greed and a "rest on your laurels" philosophy. Pass on Celebrity if you know what is good for you!

ervinzhao
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Aug 07, 2014

For example: Go to the Lido deck for breakfast. They had the shortest lines!

tinytubes
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Jul 20, 2014

The buffet was best for breakfast but we loved the service and food for dinner in the dining room.

BajaBob
Contributor Level: Purser
Jul 17, 2014

Book your own tours

vicki99914998
Contributor Level: Purser
Sep 19, 2017

Take advantage of all they have to offer..Everyone is there to make the best and most of your trip. Ask and you most likely will receive.

Marly66432260
Contributor Level: Purser
Sep 15, 2017

The Celebrity Millennium is a nice ship and size is perfect. Staff is great and all needs are met. Choose room carefully if noise is a factor.

Morall
Contributor Level: Purser
Sep 08, 2017

The staff was not up to par. Usually they are upbeat. Not on this ship.

Cruiser19513747
Contributor Level: Purser
Sep 05, 2017

I don't think there is anything that I could caution on, and the trip was memorable.

kenannc
Contributor Level: Purser
Sep 01, 2017

Go at least aqua class if you can.


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