This spacious 170-square-foot stateroom provides a generous view of the ocean. You'll appreciate contemporary artwork, a mini-bar and a fully loaded entertainment center along with Millennium's many added amenities.
Our cabin was 8003 which was an extended ocean view with the area that would have been a balcony area inside the cabin. We estimated that it was 220-230 square foot instead of the usual 170 square foot. There was a leather sofa and a large leather chair. There was a large round window with a view of the ocean sitting on the sofa or at the desk.. It was near the front of the ship right next to crew cabins near the bridge. We did not have any noise from the forward crew area but our neighbors in the next cabin aft were very noisy. We liked this spacious cabin and our service was good. There is a cloth shower curtain in the standard size bathroom. The hair dryer was a movable plug in type that had to be used at the desk. There was plenty of drawer space. There is not a good room darkening curtain and light came in around the curtain on the large window but we built a barrier in the window shelf with seat cushions and pillows that worked to make the room dark. There was plenty of room and a small table high enough for room service dining. We did not miss having a balcony on this cruise because it was cold and windy out during the crossing. Read entire member review >>
See above. Comfortable and quiet but far too warm. Honestly, if I had to do it over, I would choose inside for this itinerary. The midnight sun, which the shades could not completely block out, made sleeping difficult, even if it was pretty. Read entire member review >>
As an ocean view bin it was more than adequate. We loved the location and our room stewardess was terrific. Bed was extremely comfortable and there was enough storage room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was roomy but noisy as half way through the cruise we were awoken in the early hours of the morning on three different occasions by excessive noise from a kitchen preparation area for a specialty restaurant on deck 3 right above our cabin. Read entire member review >>
I am so glad that we had this stateroom. It depends on the itinerary as to what type of room we book, since this was transpacific I knew we would not find a balcony useful due to weather and we didn't want to be in an inside cabin for a month. This room more than fit the bill, 3120 is in an area that was once a conference center. The rooms were created on a refurbishment; therefore our room had a gigantic floor to ceiling window. Take a look at the round windows in the dining room, that is how large our window was. It took up the whole outside wall! Being on the third floor it was close to everything including the glass elevators and the back elevators. Read entire member review >>
We would have preferred an inside cabin. Our ocean view did not have block out curtains and we had to put cushions at the door to stop light entering. Early in the morning the room was light due to the sun rising. Inside cabins are reasonably dark when you shut the door and you can have a sleep at any time of the day.
Our cabin was well set out and quite roomy, it was about a foot wider than that of our friend who had a balcony on 9. There was only one spot with power points, next to the desk. The bath room was well set out with a shower much bigger than most ships.
As usual, there was no suitable place to hang your towels, only a couple of tiny rails and some hooks on the door. The night light was terrific. Read entire member review >>
Our Cabin Steward, Renato, was there to greet us when we arrived at embarkation. He greeted us with a big smile and a handshake, making us feel like we were special guests in his home. Our cabin was immaculate and larger than expected. Our Oceanview window was large with a leather love seat and coffee table to enjoy the view. Renalto kept our room clean and organized with special towel animals, chocolates and ship news decorating our bed. The last evening, he made sure we had water and fresh fruit to enjoy during our early morning walk off. We were very pleased with our cabin's location. There was a crew door next to ours and, although we saw crew coming & going, we never heard them. Read entire member review >>
Cabin has all usual things that you could possibly need, and we met our 2 stateroom attendants early who were only too happy to help us with everything and very friendly; there was no shower gel in out stateroom on first day, but mentioned to them in passing, next time in cabin, there were 5 bottles sitting waiting. If walking down corridor and they were there, they always had a friendly conversation in passing, and would go out of way to open door for us. Read entire member review >>
Cabin clean and tidy although the shower curtain rings were rusted through. Quiet cabin. Good location for us. Plenty of storage space Looked light and airy, though the window was filthy. Read entire member review >>
The room was a typical small cruise cabin. They had the beds pushed together and at the foot of the bed there was such a small space that I bruised my leg on the bedframe that was sticking out.
Closet space is good.
Good location Read entire member review >>
Second deck- lowest deck for paying customers. Mid-ship. Quiet cabin with no irritating mechanical noises emanating from machinery they don't tell you about when you book the room. Very little cabin motion. Good view out of generous window. Read entire member review >>
Large porthole, comfortable room. Only one chair due to the fact it is a connecting room. Last room on the hall next to the crew door. Crew is not always as quiet at night as one might like: you could hear doors banging occasionally as well as an outside line that was slapping the side for several hours. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was in great shape. The accent pieces were a little discolored (too many washes I suppose). I was impressed with the shower stall, it was bigger than I'm used to. Read entire member review >>
Once aboard we headed to our stateroom, Celebrity advised us they would not be ready for another 2 hours but when we got there our room was clean & our luggage had arrived. My wife quickly took a nap since she was recovering from a bad bought of hay fever she had gotten while we were in England before the cruise. Our room was 9000; ocean-view stateroom, on Sky Deck. The room was very large since our room was one of the few ocean-view on the deck, and apparently where the balcony was normally located we had an additional small pull-out couch and storage space. Closet & storage space was ample for all our luggage (which is a lot for a 2 week cruise). My wife was very impressed with the two vanity mirrors in the room. Our room also had a full couch which was very nice. The bathroom was a nice size for the size of room we had. The stateroom's TV & ordering system was easy to use and figure out. We used the TV a few times to order room service & breakfast during the trip. Room service was always delivered quickly and nearly always on time. Both our primary & secondary stateroom attendants were very polite and friendly throughout the cruise. Clean towels and other items were always in good supply. Since we were honeymooning, I had booked honeymoon package. The items were always promptly delivered on time for every night we were to receive them. The only issue we had with our room during the cruise is was located near a crew entrance for the bridge area. A few times during the cruise my wife & I were awoken by crew members coming & going through the door. Read entire member review >>
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