Celebrity Has Lost Its Edge: Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review by scanner51
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Celebrity Has Lost Its Edge
Destination: Panama Canal & Central America
Embarkation: San Diego
We booked cabin 1141 because we wanted the larger balcony and a good view of the canal gates . We weren't prepared for the barrage of cigarette smoke from the deck below. We rarely walked on the balcony for that reason.
The service and food in Blu was by far the best on the trip.Staff there were friendly and introduced themselves More and made you feel welcome daily. Service in Metropolitan has declined a bit. Overall food quality and presentation has dropped a notch. The Olympic high tea was a real treat but dinner was ok. In the old days every one's dish arrives at once under cloche and were served together. Not this time. Qzine was interesting. I think our server made the meal exciting and the novel approach to ordering was cute.
Some things were better than usual. Our room attendant Danilo was the best of any of our cruises. Rich was great as the cruise director. The casino had some fun slots and never seemed overly crowded. The Aqua class rooms have great showers but bathrooms are small.
On this cruise a lot of the port trips seemed repetitive. We did the zip lining in Costa Rica. More of a cow pasture than canopy tour but fun none the less. Ancient Antigua in Guatemala was interesting as well as old Cartagena Colombia.We were prepared for walking but caught off guard by the humidity.
Our group of four enjoyed the trip but we've seen better by Celebrity. We will probably travel with them again but not next year. We were going to take the Millennium in Asia but I think we will look at something else Less
Cabin review: 1141
Has one of the larger balconies that overlooks the restaurant deck below. Its on the port side and we constantly had the smell of cigarette smoke on our balcony.
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