"We chose this cruise based on the land tour option (that option gets 2 stars, as it was a shoddy haphazard attempt to piece together a land tour that fell way short…I will write a separate review… but know this… Princess & Holland America have the land tour down pat!Some had no food options on Mondays and the buses, tour director (only one for 2 bus loads) are contracted out to Premiere Tours, the feeling was they did the bare minimum to provide lodging and service… although, it could’ve just been our tour director Heather, who did not want to hear anything negative (such as 2 mobility impaired parties not wanting to be in a room only accessible by 2 flights of stairs)...."Read More
1-10 of 168 Celebrity Millennium Outside Cabin Cruise Reviews
We chose Celebrity because of friends who have sailed with them before and highly recommended this cruise line.
Let me preface this by saying that we've been on many cruises with other cruise lines and we were really anticipating going on a Celebrity ship for the first time.
To begin, our balcony room was tiny. We barely had enough space to maneuver around the room. Secondly, the food in ...
We chose this cruise based on the land tour option (that option gets 2 stars, as it was a shoddy haphazard attempt to piece together a land tour that fell way short…I will write a separate review… but know this… Princess & Holland America have the land tour down pat!)
Now onto the Millenium review:
The good… food…. Excellent creative meal options..e.g., Poached Lobster Tail in a Champagne ...
This was a two week Christmas and New Years cruise Singapore to Hong Kong. We were excited to see the Millennium after her last major refurbishment in Feb. I last sailed on Millennium in 2001 and the ship was hardly recognisable. The changes were gorgeous! We were in an extra large ocean view cabin 9000. Prior to the renovation this cabin had two small sofas, after the redo just one and a ...
1) Background Info
We chose this cruise for the itinerary and timing as this was a major-milestone birthday celebration.
2) Travel to Port / Embarkation
"Our flight out of our originating city was delayed so we missed our connecting flight. We had pre-arranged and pre-paid for an airport transfer to the cruise port through Celebrity. Since we arrived so late, we missed the last ...
An easy way to see quite a lot of Japan. We had 3 nights in Tokyo prior to the cruise at the Royal park Canvas in Ginza. Lovely new hotel within walking distance of the fish markets and lots of restaurants.
Embarkation and disembarkation at Yokohama was probably the most efficient I have ever experienced. Unfortunately the immigration procedures on board re entering Japan at Hakodate after ...
First time traveling with Celebrity Cruises and first time traveling to Japan.
The ship is newly remodeled and they did an excellent job. It's a smaller ship so I found it easy to navigate.
- 10th floor: spa and buffet
- 4th floor: casino, theater and main dining
Easiest embarkation process EVER! We had checked-in online and had our Celebrity ...
I am very late giving this ship/cruise a review. I’m planning another cruise and remember now how important these reviews are when deciding what ship/cruise to take.
This was my first Celebrity cruise. I’ve been on all the others except for HAL. We expected Celebrity to be a bit more upscale than Princess, NCL, and RC. It was about the same, but that was okay. The crowd was a little ...
We have always wanted to see something of Alaska, so we thought, what better way than a cruise? Our choice of cruise line was based upon itinerary, ship reviews and cost. We wanted a 7-day cruise that went up to Anchorage, that visited the Hubbard Glacier and that appeared to be good value for the money. We are budget conscious travelers!
Let me say at the outset that the Celebrity ...
We chose this cruise for the itinerary and price (first time cruisers!). The ship has just been redone in early 2019 and all the furnishings are new, clean, and comfortable. No problems at all with our cabin (other than the weird smoke thing which I mentioned below.)
Dining: We mostly ate in the Oceanview Cafe (buffet) for breakfast and lunch and the Metropolitan (main dining room) for dinner. ...
We took this cruise as a gentle way to go home to Canada from Japan. (We had done an around Japan cruise with Windstar beforehand)
It was very enjoyable, food great, staff lovely, entertainment good. There were alot of sea days together but we got a routine of trivias, podium talks, hot tubs and eating in the day as the weather was too cold to be out on deck much or in the swimming pool. The ...