Celebrity Solstice Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

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5 out of 5

Fantastic voyage

Sail Date: May 15, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

The cruise was absolutely fantastic.  The stateroom was beautiful.  We were greeted with a bottle of champagne on ice and some light snacks along with some fresh fruit.  I would highly recommend upgrading to a balcony cabin for this cruise.  We had the late dinner seating which wasn't what we wanted but it was okay - food was great and the head waiter Nico was fantastic.  He had our drinks ready for us every night.  The ports were fantastic - had beautiful weather and enjoyed each port of call more than the next.  I highly recommend going on the whale watching excursion - we saw more than a dozen humpback whales in Juneau and a few put on quite a show for us by jumping out of the water and one even came right up to the boat.  The glaciers were amazing - make sure you have plenty of memory in your camera - well worth taking every picture you can.  The staff on the ship was very nice and waited on your every need.  I really can't say anything bad about the entire experience.

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If you want to see everything get a room with a balcony - well worth the upgrade.

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