Inside Cabin was as expected on Deck 9 in the middle of the ship as booked , but levels of cleanliness, and service failed to meet expectations We even had to tel the steward that the one light bulb over the dressing table was not working which should been picked up during pre- boarding inspection. Read entire member review >>
Ok, I understand you have to limit your expectations on inside cabins, but we have stayed in inside cabins before and this was by far the smallest we have ever slept in. We were traveling as a party of three, and when the pullout couch was made into a bed, it was impossible to reach the bathroom without literally crawling on top of the person who was sleeping. Try doing this at night in the dark. Shame on Celebrity for not making that inconvenience known before someone chooses to rent that cabin. Another reason Celebrity is off limits in the future. Read entire member review >>
Loved our cabin, it was a quiet and peaceful haven that was close to many parts of the ship that we gravitated towards such as the Main Theatre, Main Dining Room and Guest Relations. Read entire member review >>
Great Cabin, great attendant Charlie he was the best. He took great care of us. I doubt there is a bad room aboard Millennium. Once we figured out that is was an easy walk from the back elevators we didnt have to take the long walk down the hallway. The beds were great, the shower was fine. We always had ice, we always had whatever we desired. We never felt cramped. Read entire member review >>
Room 2072: Our cabin was very quiet -- nice and bright -- and I thought it was great, considering it was the cheapest room on the boat. There is plenty of storage space, both in the room and in the bathroom, and probably a dozen (or more) hangers in the closet. The bed pillows are a little flat, but if you ask your room steward, you can get additional pillows. Also, the bed itself was just ok--not heaven, but not torture. :o)
Also, note that you can't plug anything in in the bathroom (except a shaver), and the hairdryer on the ship was, well, odd. So I took my travel hair dryer and curling iron over to the desk area and used the plugs there (there are 2). Lighting in the bathroom was great for applying makeup and there are two little shelves and cabinets under the sink you can use. Read entire member review >>
cabin 7038 celebrity millennium ,, nice quiet, large cabin for the money. inside off an interior hallway means less noise. also with no windows or balcony doors, the sun cant heat up this room and strain the AC like most oceanview or balcony staterooms,,,stays plenty cool.. not really close to elevators or stairs, but closer than some Read entire member review >>
I was in Cabin #2021, a Category 12 interior stateroom. The room is pretty far forward on the port side. Other than the fact that it was a long walk upstairs to the buffet (I always took the stairs), the location was fine. The bed was soft and comfortable and the room itself was inviting. It felt much bigger than it really was. The closet had plenty of hangers for one; if there were two people in the room I would suggest bringing some extra hangers. My TV had not yet been upgraded to a flat-screen TV, but it offered enough channels to keep me happy. The room had otherwise gone through a nice refurbishment. The bathroom had soap, shampoo, conditioner, and lotion provided. There is no door on the shower, only a curtain. Overall, the room was quiet and I had no problems sleeping; surprisingly, it wasn't pitch black at night due to light creeping in from underneath the doorway. Despite its low deck location, I was able to feel a LOT of rocking during rough seas since it is so far forward. Read entire member review >>
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