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.
One of the oceanviews added during a recent yard period. It was in very good condition and had a huge window since it formerly had been part of the conference area. Our room steward, Armando, always greeted us when he saw us and took care of our every need in the room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was tired and dated but clean enough. En-suite tiled floor had cracked tiles and had signs of previous poor repair with grubby sealant but functional. Biggest problem was our cabin being above the Crew Bar and had constant noise issues. So do not pick 6007. Read entire member review >>
No issues with this cabin, although we prefer balconies for the extra space, including the illusion of extra space that the balcony glass doors give you. The bathroom wall with the vanity was slightly shorter than most due to what appeared to be a post or something in the corner, but this was no big deal. There are inside cabins throughout the hallway which resulted in more passenger door slamming during certain times of day (particularly morning) but overall for an OV cabin this is in a good location and was in decent condition. Read entire member review >>
We had cabin #3116 for the May 12th sailing. GREAT cabin. It is a Cat6 OV that was installed back in the 2012 refurb, so it is basically new and had a little more wiggle room between the front of the bed and the cabin wall – we did NOT have to turn sideways to pass between the bed and the cabin wall. There is maybe an extra 20 square feet or so there. It also has a VERY large window. The area used to be where the old theatre was and a pleasant reading area prior to the new cabins being installed. The windows are the size of the Main Dining Room windows, about 5 feet in diameter (compared to normal OV windows of about 4 feet). Being on deck 3 was also very convenient to get to the restaurants, all venues on deck 4 and 5, and when going/returning ashore. Needless to say, we loved this room. All cabins from #3112 to 3144 are like this cabin. Read entire member review >>
We loved our cabin, comfy bed and pillows, cosy room, nice window seat, enough room for us in every way. Fairly quiet. Good bathroom. Great staff. We enjoyed the walk to dinner every evening, or the lift to deck 10 for lunch. We were grateful for everything. We liked the location of our cabin. Thank you Celebrity cruises for taking care of us with the guarantee cabin. We would not hesitate in doing it again if we cannot get balcony cabin. Read entire member review >>
It was acceptable. There was enough room, storage, and bathroom was fine. It was a quiet room but being in the bow, it was a long walk to the main restaurants and lounge areas. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 3140- One of the new ones. Great Cabin, no noise from anywhere, Elton took wonderful care of us. Extra Large window, the drawers were the only draw back. They were to shallow. Close to the Elevator. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was right off the Grand Foyer and the staff directed us there. We were in 3065, which is an Oceanview Stateroom. It had a large porthole for a window and a flat-screen LCD TV. The room was decorated tastefully. The size seemed pretty standard. I had a balcony on the Summit over the summer and definitely missed it! We had no problem with storage and the room was in good condition. Read entire member review >>
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