Second Sail on Equinox: Celebrity Equinox Cruise Review by dirhr27
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Second Sail on Equinox
Destination: Europe - Eastern Mediterranean
Accommodations: Can't say enough positive about Daniel, our cabin steward, so professional, great sense of humor and met our every need. We stayed in Aqua Class and the room was spacious and you soon understand that is was designed by women, every bit of space was utilized and there was plenty of room for two people. The bathroom was big and the shower stall even had a foot bar to shave the legs. Bottles of water arrived daily and fresh fruit and flowers were always present in our room. Even afternoon appetizers were available upon request. Loved the bedding and the bathrobes.
Food: We were a little anxious about the restaurant "BLU" but after the first meal, we were sold. The service was 5 star, the staff so very attentive and the food was to die for. Lots of fruits and vegetables but you could request a baked potato if you wished. Desserts were so More different and wonderful. Loved it, loved it !!!!!! We also dined at the Tuscan Grille and Murano. Both were outstanding but we did notice there were lots of empty seats and attributed that to the increased price to dine there. The brunch they served in the main dining room was a perfect way to spend a day at sea and there was something for everyone; so very well done.
Entertainment: Maybe we're not too hard to please but we loved every single night production. It included comedy, celtic music, soloists, broadway shows and magic.
It was easy on and easy off the ship for us and that was much appreciated, they really have that down. We sailed this ship to the Caribbean last Nov and loved it so much we decided to take this cruise to the Greek Islands. Less
Cabin review: AQ1542
1542 Spacious room for 2 plenty of drawers/closet space very quiet (hair salon above us) Close to elevator In front of ship so long walk to aft Great views from balcony
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