Celebrity Infinity Cruise Review by maroonone: Great trip to Antarctica
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Great trip to Antarctica
Overall a marvellous trip. Buenos Aires check-in was swift and efficient an onboard within 30 minutes of arrival. Entertained in Michaels Club until cabin was ready with the offer of lunch if desired. Cabins were all ready by about 1330 although luggage was not delivered until much later. The overall suite experience throughout the cruise was exceptional and we believe certainly value for money. The Michaels Club staff, butler and cabin attendants all did a good job and a couple of minor issues were quickly addressed and followed up.
The cruise itinerary was altered due to weather but the Captain and crew delivered what was probably the best available alternatives. The Falklands Islands visit was marred for some as another ship had already taken possession of most of the available tours but the Celebrity team secured as many spots as possible. The sights of the Falklands, Paradise Bay and Elephant Island were magic.
All the crew were good with most excellent. Dined More in Qsine twice because the first time was so good. The Captain and crew did a great job of keeping us informed as the itinerary had to be changed three times due to weather and operational issues. As a first time Celebrity cruiser (2 more booked this year) I will be delighted if the future cruises are of the same standard Less
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