Celebrity Infinity Cruise Review by IamKelly: Alaska on Celebrity Infinity
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Alaska on Celebrity Infinity
We sailed out of Seattle on June 22, 2012 on Celebrity Infinity, on a 7 night cruise to Alaska with 4 port stopovers. It was our 40 th anniversary gift to ourselves, an " out of the box " adventure for 2 experienced city kids.
The ship and cruise line exceeded our expectations in every respect. The ship layout is well defined and organized. The food is excellent and varied from gourmet to burgers and pizza in at least 10 or 12 venues. The entertainment is superior every night . . 3 Broadway quality Productions, Comedy Show, Magician and Illusionist, late night dance parties, 6 to 8 venues with a series of rotating musical groups from guitar to jazz combo to classical trio to acapella groups . . each day and night was full of opportunities. The Service is first class, period, and friendly and eager to please. There is a big outdoor pool and jacuzzi area, and an adjacent indoor one too . . PLUS a great Spa and Persian Gardens area with Saunas, Steam Rooms, and full Spa More facilities, workout gym, etc.
We booked an Aqua Class Cabin with balcony, well worth it, and our semi-private dining room was Blu . . we loved it ! Cabin was roomy with a LOT of storage ( suitcases and all bags fit under the beds ). Balcony seems like a must . . adds to perceived and real open feeling, and is great to sit outside and relax in comfort. Whale Watching and White Pass Rail Trips were great. Weather wes lousy but who cares, it is ALASKA ! Rugged, wild, expansive, rains a lot, low clouds and foggy . . seemed perfect. Less
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Cabin review: Celebrity Infinity 9137
Aqua Class cabin 9137. Roomy, nice layout, plenty of storage, sitting area, balcony was nice and added a LOT to open feeling, was very enjoyable to sit on balcony and just chill out. Only minor flaw is the overhang to support the 10 th floor dining room extensions . . they partially block your view upward from the balcony and keep you in the shade. This was no issue for the entire cruise HOWEVER it did restrict our views of the upper parts of Tracy Arm Fiord Cliffs and Fiord Walls, so we went on top deck and were fine. It is a minor point, but it is a real one.