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.
The cabin was clean and excellently maintained by the assigned cabin steward. The bathroom was of a reasonable size but the tiling in the shower needs removing and replacing. Read entire member review >>
Room 3140 is one of the newer cabins which was added in the conference center area during the dry-dock in 2012. We absolutely LOVED the room. It was directly across from the aft elevators so just a quick jaunt up to the outdoor promenade area on deck 4, the dining room on deck 4 and 5, and the Oceanview Café on deck 10, and a short walk down the hall to the Guest Services desks. Despite its proximity to the elevator, we never heard a thing. The aft elevators also seemed to be the quickest!
The room still appeared to be brand new and was in fabulous condition. First off, it was very large. There was plenty of floor space to walk around the room. We loved the huge mirrored panels along the wall across from the bed. And most noteworthy was the HUGE window which reached from our knees to the ceiling. We kept our curtains open almost 24/7 and always had beautiful views. There was adequate storage for 2 people (both of us are heavy packers!). The shower was larger than is typical on cruise ships, and the washroom was a decent size.
Overall we LOVED the room, the location, and the window and we would book this cabin or any of the others in this hallway again in a flash! Read entire member review >>
We were concerned about being on such a low deck (2), but it was fine - we were well placed for the theatre and getting to all areas of the ship from our cabin was easy. Had adjoining rooms with family, so could hear them talking - would not choose that option again. Very little ship's noise - either had quiet engines or we were far enough from them not to hear! Read entire member review >>
Overall, very, very nice. Far away enough from the elevators to keep noise down. We had a slightly obstructed view out on our balcony, but not enough to keep us from enjoying it. Beds were comfortable and plenty of pillows. The people from the cruise before ours broke the glass table and one of the nightstands (kids...), and we got the nightstand replaced within the hour (we chose not to get that table because we've always found it gets in the way). Bathroom was spotless and toiletries were abundant. Shower had plenty of room, though I hated that damned curtain wrapping around my legs; get some anchors on that thing. Could have used more outlets - we have learned to bring our own power strips and extension cords. Need power in the bathroom. And Celebrity should make a note on where the hair dryer is now located; that led us on a merry chase for a while. The TV service has improved a bit, but still needs a little work. Read entire member review >>
This cabin is located forward on the Port side and generally a quiet room from ships noise. It has 2 bunk beds to drop down however these were not used.
The corridor is a through route to only a few more cabins.
Cabins are looking a little worse for wear although we are led to believe they are due to be upgraded. i.e scuff marks, Chairs need re-covering Shower Grout replaced. Read entire member review >>
not very big no space around bed, settee too small to sit two persons
cases under beds get damaged no other place to put them
Draw and hanging space small but adequate
Shower facilities reasonable
Balcony rails rusty and small space
Obstructed view Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was a typical standard cabin. Small bathroom and a little space to move around. Once you've experienced a suite, there's no turning back. The bed was comfy and the sheets good feeling. Read entire member review >>
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