We were very surprised to see that our cabin was one of maybe 4 on the entire ship that had only a 3/4-size balcony. The room beside us was a suite on part of the 'pushout' on the opposite side of the ship from the Elevators and the last section of our balcony railing was angled in which made it almost impossible for to manourver past the table to the 2nd chair. A bit of a surprise. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very nice. It was always clean and ready for us when we came back from dinner. We stayed in a concierge class cabin and were suppose to get a pillow menu, but we did not receive one. Our bottle of champagne was not in our room and we had to ask for that, also. Apparently, you have to ask for them. Read entire member review >>
This was a port-side cabin on our southbound cruise. It had a balcony. While it was smaller than a typical hotel room, it was very comfortable. There was a lot of closet and drawer storage space. We were also able to slide our suitcases beneath our beds. There was a desk with a mirror, and a sofa and small coffee table. The only electrical outlet in the cabin was located by the desk. This is where we plugged in our curling irons, blow dryer, camera battery chargers, and device plugs. While this was the only place to plug everything in, it wasn't a major inconvenience. There was also a small two-drawer nightstand and lamp on each side of the bed. We opted to have the bed made into two separate twin beds for our cruise. They were very comfortable The bathroom was small, but had good storage space for our toiletries. We really enjoyed having a balcony -- we would often go out to view the scenery or to open the sliding door to enjoy the wonderful ocean breezes. It was raining the afternoon we sailed near the Hubbard Glacier. It was nice to be able to stand on the balcony and take pictures there. The curtains blocked out the midnight sun that is common at this time of year. Overall, I thought the cabin was very comfortable. I've read a lot of reviews related to the Millennium, and many criticize it for being an older ship. They were doing some refurbishing while we were on board, but this did not cause any inconvenience. Our room had an interactive television which allowed us to keep up with how much credit we left in our shipboard accounts. There was also a channel which allowed us to see where we were and the view from the front of the ship, three news channels, a channel devoted to information about that day's destination, and some other basic programming to view. There were also movies that could be viewed for a small price. Since our main purpose was to travel between incredible locations in Alaska, we didn't really care about premium movies. Shyam was our room attendant, and he did an excellent job! We would definitely choose this cabin again.
(Note: I'm not sure if my cabin was C1, C2, or C3). Read entire member review >>
These cabins are old and tired and badly needing a refurb - the toilet seat didn't even match the rest of the sanitary wear and the shower curtain (yes indeed) badly needed replaced.
Every drawer and door creaked and the couch was broken - the floor to the balcony was badly stained and rough on your feet. Read entire member review >>
Excellent. Comfy bed. Good power for the shower. Excellent storage: multiple hangers in closet, room under bed for suitcases, hooks on wall, drawers, desk area, comfy couch. Spotless. Quiet. We enjoy the concierge class: champagne and fruit at embarkation. Daily canapés each afternoon. Turndown in evening.
But what most people don't realize, is concierge class also has better location on board ship. Read entire member review >>
Nice cabin, quiet and convenient. Concierge level seemed no different than a standard cabin with a verandah. The only reason for us choosing Concierge was; we liked the location of the room and subsequently paid more for location. Location, location, location! Read entire member review >>
Very clean, but torn valance and cigarette burns on sink in bathroom. Cabin staff were very, very friendly and helpful! Grey masking tape had been put round connecting door for the 2 week cruise and although promised several time to gave it removed, nothing had happened, very disappointing. Read entire member review >>
cabin 8064 was a good location near the front and fairly quiet. Nicely furnished and newer TV. Floor of balcony would end up in cabin ( loose material ) but steward kept it cleaned up. Daily snacks and fruit were a nice touch. Read entire member review >>
Although this cabin in listed as "Partially Obstructed" the obstruction is actually for the cabin next door. We didn't have any issue with the obstruction and we'd book this cabin again Read entire member review >>
You really could not falter the cabin or the cabin service the balcony was not obscured and so you always had a great view at all times, cases were stored under the bed of which was only a problem if you had a bad back.
There is ample storage space, the bathroom had a full size shower and was very clean. Read entire member review >>
Roomy 191 Sq. Ft. C2 Concierge midship, great access to all ship sections. Room could use a little updating. Mattress somewhat older, pillows, soft and great.Very good storage. Tight balcony Read entire member review >>
#8107 was a great mid-ship cabin. Located just steps away from the outside elevators it was always easy to find! Being port side, it was, on this itinerary, always port side! Not too much noise from the hall and no inside cabins across from it. Read entire member review >>
Celebrity Concierge Class Stateroom. Room was very reasonable size with larger than usual balcony due to the location. A lttle noisy in the morning as we were that last room before a corner where they set up their cleaning buggies. Read entire member review >>
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