1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2018
I needed to get out of town for a couple of days and this cruise was the perfect opportunity to enjoy a couple of nights of spoiled adventure. I chose the Royal Suite, however, I was upgraded to the Penthouse suite the night before the ... Read More
I needed to get out of town for a couple of days and this cruise was the perfect opportunity to enjoy a couple of nights of spoiled adventure. I chose the Royal Suite, however, I was upgraded to the Penthouse suite the night before the cruise. Amazing! The room was absolutely everything I could hope for. Lots of space and room to relax, the balcony was 1000 square feet with a bath tub. We docked in Nassau, however, we stayed on the ship and ordered room service and enjoyed the automatic player on the piano. The scenery and atmosphere of the room was absolutely perfect. The cabins steward and the butler were right on top of things and they really treated us special. The shoreside team had all our goodies waiting for us when we arrived. The butler came and got us from Michaels club when our room was ready, a very nice touch! The ship was clean and well laid out. There wasn't a lot of time to do everything, but, the stand up comedy was funny, the casino was busy and the music was excellent. Tuscan Grille was one of the best dinners of my life, the steak was amazing! Qsuine was pretty good, but I wish I would have went to Luminae instead. Luminae for breakfast was simply stunning. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2017
I had an assignment (traveling alone as a single) to cover the Caribbean Islands - Celebrity Summit departing from San Juan, had a comprehensive itinerary which suited my needs. Being able to secure an ocean-view cabin at a very low ... Read More
I had an assignment (traveling alone as a single) to cover the Caribbean Islands - Celebrity Summit departing from San Juan, had a comprehensive itinerary which suited my needs. Being able to secure an ocean-view cabin at a very low price, certainly didn't hurt my feelings either! This is an older ship of the Celebrity line, but well maintained. The crew are a delight, especially the wait staff in the various restaurants. They go out of their way to make you comfortable, feel welcome and try to anticipate your every culinary need with each meal. The food is not necessarily the best available onboard - you have to cough up more dollars to eat in the specialty restaurants which I am not about to do. What is served in the Cosmopolitan restaurant and the Ocean View Café is adequate, but not much more. On three separate evening occasions, I had to return two steak and one veal dinner, the meal was tough, old and tasteless. The chef did come to my table to confer with me on my preferences, but the damage to the reputation of the kitchen was already done. My cabin steward was also another outstanding employee...he kept the cabin spotless and nothing was too much trouble. Shore excursions were plentiful but far too expensive, however, halfway thru the first cruise (I was doing a B2B), I was able to purchase land tours for the next segment at 20% of the published price. Wifi is extremely expensive (percentage discounts available depending on your tier status) and the signal is great, but only in public areas of the ship. In the cabin, where I needed it the most, it SUCKED. Considering what Celebrity charges for Wifi, this is simply not acceptable, as routers place on each deck or even in each cabin, would be very inexpensive to do. Yes I would consider cruising with Celebrity again but I still feel improvements in some areas are necessary. I will applaud for Celebrity for one specific item: complimentary airport/ship/airport transfers and an immediate refund to my credit card, for the amount I had prepaid for these. Kudos for this! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2017
This particular line and ship came highly recommended because of the size of the ship, the Summit, and the itinerary to Bermuda. I'd never been to Bermuda before and loved the idea of being docked at King's Wharf for 2 1/2 days ... Read More
This particular line and ship came highly recommended because of the size of the ship, the Summit, and the itinerary to Bermuda. I'd never been to Bermuda before and loved the idea of being docked at King's Wharf for 2 1/2 days to explore. The trip was a birthday gift to myself, and I opted for the Concierge Level cabin. The room was roomy, perfect, and I loved having the balcony that I used often in the afternoons! I enjoyed the options in the Ocean View...very extensive and varied. Getting a reservation for the MDR was chaotic, but the food and service was excellent. I do think the menu could have been a bit more inventive. The ship is well maintained but definitely showing signs of wear and age. I quickly gave up on EVER getting a lounge chair near the pool or on the pool deckl; it was always crowded, messy with water and wet towels, tote bags, and too-loud music. I did manage to find other quiet places to chill! Disembarkation was one of the longest and disorganized I've ever experienced after any cruise. My luggage was placed in the wrong area despite the color coded/numbered tags. It was 20 minutes before it could be located by port officers. It was otherwise an enjoyable first Celebrity Cruise. Already thinking/planning the next one! Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2016
I was invited on this cruise with a co-worker, so I could not say no. Bermuda has always been a destination I've wanted to go to and it did not disappoint. The port at Cape Liberty was easy to get to and very well organized. You drive ... Read More
I was invited on this cruise with a co-worker, so I could not say no. Bermuda has always been a destination I've wanted to go to and it did not disappoint. The port at Cape Liberty was easy to get to and very well organized. You drive up, porter takes your bags, you pull up to the indoor parking garage and voila! You go up an escalator to check in - all very quick and easy. The people on the ship were very friendly and aim to please. Our cabin attendant, Maria, was especially mindful of every request we made. (Concierge Class cabin). The casino manager, Craig, and slots manager, Adam were so outgoing and friendly - they joined me for my golf game, which I was initially going alone. They made my week! The beaches and attractions were easy to get to by ferry & bus. Wednesday night they have "Harbour Nights" in Hamilton. They close the main street and have dancing and street vendors out. Probably a good time to get some souvenirs. Horseshoe Bay Beach is a must! People say it's too crowded, but we discovered that the umbrella and chair rentals stopped at the lifeguard station, so we just laid our towels on the other side which was less populated. It wasn't too bad a walk to go check out Jobsons Cove and Warwick Long Bay as well. Beware that the under tow at Warwick is very strong and almost caused my friend to drown! Two helpful men along the beach had to help her out of the water. Crystal & Fantasy caves are very interesting to see, but pricey ($22 for 1 cave/$30 for 2) and the tour is very short. Gibb's Lighthouse is a bit of a hike up a hill then 187 steps to the top, so make sure you have proper footwear and energy to do this. The view from the lighthouse is phenomenal. We also took the ferry to St. Georges. Fort St. Catherine is there which we visited with a very handsome and super friendly shuttle driver, Patrick. We went on to Tobacco Bay beach after that. This is the place to bring kids. Super safe and protected from the large waves. Great music, restaurant, rentals and wifi. We also stopped at the Frog & Onion Pub at the Dockyard which had great snacks, much cheaper drinks than the ship and again free wifi. I bought 2 Bermuda Rum Cakes which are famous. They are expensive, but travel well (as we drove from Cape Liberty to Toronto) and they are delicious! Overall the ship and the island were a very memorable experience for me. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2013
We left the Hotel Verdanza, San Juan at 10:30 a.m. and had no trouble boarding. We were Concierge class and we were on board in 25 minutes. Even our friends who were not concierge class got on in the same amount of time. This was ... Read More
We left the Hotel Verdanza, San Juan at 10:30 a.m. and had no trouble boarding. We were Concierge class and we were on board in 25 minutes. Even our friends who were not concierge class got on in the same amount of time. This was terrific. Within the hour we were sitting in the buffet having lunch We went up to the Ocean View buffet for a terrific lunch and of course the view was spectacular. The buffet wasn't fully open as it was 11:30 am but whatever was opened was enough for us to have a great lunch. We then went to our stateroom at 1:30 and met our Stewards. Our room wasn't quite ready for us and he said that it would be done later in the day. What I don't understand is how a regular balcony stateroom can be ready before our Concierge Class room! We had to ask for the shampoo products etc. Rooms were smaller than RCL and not so comfortable. We hardly ever saw the stewards, and when we did they were very friendly, but they did clean up and eventually the next day we got our rose (flowers), champagne, fruit and tiny canapes. The robes were terrific and I used them every single day. We were in a balcony which had an obstructed view. We were on deck 7-aft (not port side) and when you looked out from your balcony we saw this long awning, so you didn't get to see the water. I still loved standing out there and just gazing out on the water. We missed seeing the boat come in, in the morning and leave in the evening because of where our cabin was situated, but still saw some great sights from the balcony. We then explored the ship and it was beautiful and we were very excited to start our journey. What we enjoyed was that we did not have to walk through smoke filled rooms when you went through the Casino. We enjoyed our breakfasts, and late afternoon snacks in the Buffet and there was lots of variety and lots of choices It was delightful to come back from our excursions and have a cool drink and a snack and relax till we had to go and get ready for dinner or whatever we were doing. We had dinner on Level 4 in the main dining room every night, which was the most terrific experience. The food was amazing, even the steak, our waitress Verencia and assistant Rahon were fantastic and they brought everything we had requested on the 1st day, every day. We never had to ask. We had some dietary restrictions and they never forgot. We couldn't have asked for better service. A truly great experience! The entertainment was also 1st class. The cruise director, Lisa Robert was amazing and had a voice to boot. She reminded me of a blond Lisa Minnelli. She kept us entertained as well as the execution of the terrific shows. Each one better than the next. The ports were terrific and saw some lovely sights, even though it rained on some days, we were still able to see the sights, go to the beaches etc. We didn't use the ship's excursions as we were a very large group and our group leader arranged our excursions for her group. I loved getting the cold hand towels and drinks when we returned to the ship. It was great that you were able to go to the buffet later in the evening and grab a snack and meet some of your friends. The pool area was very spacious although people did save seats so sometimes we had a hard time getting chairs. So all in all a terrific cruise, with terrific people and I would definitely travel Celebrity again. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2012
The reputation of Celebrity Cruise lines had me at high expectations, but the Summit falls short in many areas, mainly in the food, and ambiance. In my past experience, I've had an extremely pleasant experience on a Princess cruise ... Read More
The reputation of Celebrity Cruise lines had me at high expectations, but the Summit falls short in many areas, mainly in the food, and ambiance. In my past experience, I've had an extremely pleasant experience on a Princess cruise that took me to the Eastern Caribbean and I basically chose this particular cruise due to the ports that the Summit was stopping in the Souther Caribbean (St. Croix, St. Kitts, Dominca, Grenada and St. Thomas). In the simple areas such as food, ambiance, and website that these were areas to work on. Food - Cruises are known for having great food and excelling in the dining experience. My friend and I are foodies and currently live in DC where we can basically walk out and grab a fabulous bite to eat. The food was completely dissapointing and were both appalled that the food in the dining room (we had done anytime dining) was usually salty, covered in a brown sauce, and was nothing to write home about. Aside from the food, our first time in the dining room on formal night we were in there for about 2.5 hours - basically they sat all 8 tables of 2 to our waitress at one time which slammed the service. Another annoying point was the beverage taker would only show in the beginning of service and if you wanted anything else you basically had to chase someone down in the restuarant. On nights we ate later in the night we had much more attentive service, but in the past I've never had a problem. I would like to point out that the fruit and vegetables did not seem fresh at all as the 5 fruits they offered and the salads from the salad bar seemed limp and grayish. My friend and I had one wonderful meal on the boat (we ate at both specialty restuarants at Qsine and Normandie) and it was at Normandie, but then again this was on the last night and there was an empty restaurant. The food in Qsine is impressive and presentation is super amazing, but at times our dishes we ordered were just overcooked or felt like they were cold and then sitting under a heat lamp for awhile. I would like to point out the highlight of the boat, was most definitely the Martini bar, Coffee and Gelato stands - all of course extra. Overall, the food was very dissapointing on the celebrity Summit. Ambiance - the Summit is a remodeled boat. Often we have had people at our table (we would choose to sit in any configuration) and many of the people we have met were impressed with the new renovations on the boat and how they did not recognize the ship at times. But as a first time guest, the interiors were nice, but much maintenance was being done on a regular basis. I cannot say there was a time where I did not see someone painting the exterior of the boat - I completely understand that the sea water is harsh, but I can tell a lot of maintenance is used on a daily basis. In my review of ambiance, I would like to mention my cabin. I had an interior room on the 8 deck, my friend and I did not spend too much time in there was we were always on the top deck or on the side decks on level 4, but I must say I was appalled that there was a hole in the wall of my shower next to the shower dial. While the bathroom did look dated, I would say the rest of the cabin was quite comfortable and had a good layout for such small quarters. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2011
We had a wonderful vacation onboard the Celebrity Summit with myself and two children (9yo and 7yo). For context, we are well traveled including various trips to popular cities with lots of activities including expecting above average ... Read More
We had a wonderful vacation onboard the Celebrity Summit with myself and two children (9yo and 7yo). For context, we are well traveled including various trips to popular cities with lots of activities including expecting above average accommodations and service. Hands down... the Celebrity Summit team delivered on all fronts. Ill summarize the highlights below by service, activities, food, accommodations and child programs. Service was impeccable The service from the Celebrity Summit team's guest services, bars, restaurants, pool stewards, room stewards, exercise areas, medical staff, internet/IT staff, room service, on/off board staff, port staff and the officers, show-team and others was exceptional. To highlight a few: The room stewards quickly recognized we departed and changed/cleaned the room and even set up my children's stuffed animals and pajamas... how nice :-). The dining service was so attentive they recognized we wanted to make a show and depart early and accommodated a great evening by enabling us to depart in 60minutes. The entire team accommodated the additional day at sea due to the impending hurricane too... from everyone's perspective it was not recognized that we were out another day at sea unplanned. Activities were engaging and available. Each day great programs of activities were proposed in a schedule; truly not all could be done and you had many options depending on your level of engagement and interest. During the day, you could go to the pool for fun and music and games, go to another pool to relax and chill or decide to hide on the front/back deck where there were no-one else but a few people. This was truly surprising that with all the people they said they were accommodating you could actually be outside on the deck with a quiet and serene spot. Moreover, indoor activities were abundant from wii / kinect to line dancing and paper airplanes. Evenings continued with great dinners, great Broadway caliber shows and excellent four to five types of music and dancing to enjoy. Truly amazing options! The shows were great too... I went with the kids to all and they were all excellent. We've also done Broadway and these were top notch. On shore, we chose the private beach, swimming with the dolphins and then ferry and walk to Hamilton. Two of these were with shore excursions which were well organized, well orchestrated (i.e. they set up chairs for 3-on the beach for us... how nice ? ) and reasonably priced too. The ferry trip we did on our own but the ship staff provided great guidance and recommendations. Food was stellar and abundant The food was stellar! Evening dining was phenomenal and different every night; wow! The buffets for breakfast, lunch, and dinner... wait... it was like all day eating and all good... so hard to divide by which was breakfast, lunch and dinner. Looking back I recall three areas I did not get to try but wanted too but ate all the other areas already. The specialty dining room (normande), although we did not go b/c of the kids below 12, was great from everyone I heard! Next time, Ill plan to get the kids the childcare program and ask to be seated with a group... I definitely will want to try it next time. On top of being abundant... it was all excellent... and when asking other "frequent cruisers" they said the food was excellent too in comparison! Accommodations were roomy... Yes, I did say roomy but we did splurge for a Family View Suite (#9199). The rooms were clean, fresh, well maintained and modern. We split the bed into two for the kids then the room had a separate sliding door for two couches which turned into beds too. On top of that, the room had a balcony that was the size of the entire room...looking out the back of the ship! I would totally do this room again next time! Well done and I'm glad I got family view suite! Childcare programs were outstanding The program, activities, staff, planned events, special service and accommodations were outstanding. I was traveling with my 9yo son and 7yo daughter who loved the program and I loved the program for them loving the program. I joined the VIP kids club so I could pop them in / out for me to go to the gym or take an afternoon break or evening drink. By mid-week we were scheduling in time for them to go to the child program activity on top of the other events happening on the ship. Also, as a VIP they kids had a private meet the captain / bridge tour and also private meet the cast tour too. The great child program really made a great trip by all. In addition, given it was august there were kids on the boat but when I even was able to take "kid kid-breaks" by finding adult only pools and areas on the ship to decompress. Lastly, great ship, team, trip and vacation! Well done! Read Less
Sail Date: March 2010
After my first and second Celebrity cruises I never thought I'd see myself giving a Celebrity ship anything less than 4 to 5 stars. Unfortunately, that day has come. My wife and I have been on many of the major cruises, but our ... Read More
After my first and second Celebrity cruises I never thought I'd see myself giving a Celebrity ship anything less than 4 to 5 stars. Unfortunately, that day has come. My wife and I have been on many of the major cruises, but our first was on the Celebrity Galaxy in 1997. That cruise seemed to set the standard for us in cruising. We tried other cruise lines, but the two key factors that differentiate cruises for us are the service/staff and the food. Our view is that pretty much everything else besides the service and food is the same between cruise lines. Same activities, same ports, same tours, etc. The service and attitude of the staff on Summit seemed to be right on par with what I expect from Celebrity. Very friendly! Everyone you make eye contact with while passing gives you a greeting. Another BIG PLUS I find on Celebrity compared to other cruise lines is the quick clean-up of public eating areas. As you finish with use of trays, plates, cups, etc. someone is almost immediately there to take them away. Not only does this keep areas clean, it also allows the next people to find a seat quicker. I have been on many other cruises where this is a HUGE problem. This said about the service, I must get to the food issue. If you did not have a chance to sail on Celebrity in the 90's or early 2000's then you will probably have no idea of the difference in food I am talking about. Quite simply, I found the quality of the food and presentation severely lacking compared past cruises on Celebrity. Main Dining Room The food selections in the main dining room were uninspiring and very bland. I had never had such a hard time deciding what to eat from a cruise menu. Unfortunately, this was not because of all the appetizing selections, but rather the multitude of selections that just didn't appeal to me. In fact, one night I couldn't even find something that sounded appealing so I decided to go to the informal dining. The portions being provided are ridiculously small now too. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise though due to the food taste and quality. Buffets/Alternate Dining A disturbing trend that I found was the type of food being served in these areas. In my opinion it appeared that most of the buffets served some form of international/foreign dish rather than good old American meat and potato type meals. I travel and eat all over the world so I eat most anything, but it seemed to me that while Italian, Indian and Asian seemed to be the day-to-day buffet, the only American food was hamburgers, hotdogs and pizza. In summary, I don't know if these food issues have more to due with the economy, attempts to stay competitive or both. One additional factor that has to be considered is the departure of Michel Roux. I personally think the loss of the chef, Michel Roux, is a big part of this problem. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2009
Background information on me, early 40'ish yr old woman sailing solo, this was my third cruise having previously had a good time on RCI's Majesty of the Seas and an absolutely horrible time on the Caribbean Princess last year. ... Read More
Background information on me, early 40'ish yr old woman sailing solo, this was my third cruise having previously had a good time on RCI's Majesty of the Seas and an absolutely horrible time on the Caribbean Princess last year. Any worries I had before this trip were blown out of the water! Ship - Spotless and well laid out. Helpful signage everywhere and if a staff member saw you looking they always offered to direct you to where you were going. Cabin and balcony was about the same size as other lines but much more nicely appointed than either RCI or Princess. Shower was quite a bit bigger than Princess as well. Lotion and shampoo dispensers are a nice touch. Cabin steward was very efficient and I hardly ever saw him. While I never thought I would say this, I loved the towel animals. How they make towels into what he did is beyond me, birds, turtles, monkeys hanging from the curtains, flowers etc. Buffet/Pool Grill Food - While I am generally not a fan of buffets, I have to say this was one of the better ones. The pizza, omelettes and little sandwiches in the afternoon were great. Burgers, wings and fries out by the pool were always good too. The only thing that was a tad annoying is that it never seemed like what was open when was consistent. Not a big deal in any case. I hardly went hungry during the day. Dining room and food- Very nicely laid out and I never encountered the "soft spots" in the floor that so many have posted about here. Service was uniformly excellent across the board from day one. Wait staff remembered preferences which was appreciated. Dinners were really good to great every night with a good variety to choose from every night. Great wine selection and service. Prices were about comparable to home. Only negative was that the waiter would always bring a dessert whether I wanted it or not and got all pouty when I wouldn't eat much of it. Champagne/Martini Bar/Poolside drink service - The first and last night offered "flights" in the Champagne/Martini bar which was great. A little taste of six different drinks. Drink service at the pool was fine, appreciated that they were not constantly pushing something or other all day long. Workshops on Board - Participated in both the Food and Wine Comparative pairing and the Riedel Wine glass workshops. Both were excellent with great wines and were really well done. Nightclub/Music in general - Revelations night club was generally pretty crowded although I thought the various "games" could have been conducted earlier in the evening leaving more time to crank the tunes instead of playing the Newlywed game at 11:00 at night. While the ages on the boat appeared to be 20's to 70's the music was really skewed to the Elvis/Beach Blanket Bingo and Moonlight Serenade eras all over the ship with the exception of the first night or two in Revelations. I like a pretty wide range of music but would have much preferred to have more current stuff in more places. Excursions - Did the High Hopes, High Ropes tour in Dominica, loved it! But you have to be in pretty decent shape or it might not be so much fun. Went on the Whale and Dolphin spotting tour in Grenada and unfortunately did not see a single fish. Boat was pretty small and seas ended up being a bit rough. Also went on the tour that goes to the Butterfly Farm and Aloe production facility and the Natural Bridge which was good as well. Great pictures from that one! Disembarkation - Pretty painless and no problems with the luggage thankfully. Cabbed it back to the airport. All in all this was a great trip! Can't say enough good things about it. Would not hesitate for a second to book again on this same agenda or another Celebrity cruise. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2008
What a fabulous cruise! And a great port-of-call itinerary! Leaving San Juan, ship goes to Philipsburg, St Maarten; Roseau, Dominica; St. George's Grenada; Kralendijk, Bonaire; Oranjestad, Aruba and last day at sea. The cruise ... Read More
What a fabulous cruise! And a great port-of-call itinerary! Leaving San Juan, ship goes to Philipsburg, St Maarten; Roseau, Dominica; St. George's Grenada; Kralendijk, Bonaire; Oranjestad, Aruba and last day at sea. The cruise and crew were outstanding! The check in on Saturday was long. Between 1 ½ - 2 hrs before I set foot on the ship. So patience is a very must. I got to the pier about 1:30 p.m., about 20 min from the airport. One tiny disappointment. I wanted to go to the singles get-together (wished it was the second night) but missed it. I didn't read the itinerary thoroughly plus being the first night after a long day coming from Toronto, squeezing a quick walk around Old San Juan with what little daylight I had left then coming back to unpacked, and also at 10:15 that night it was mandatory to participate in the lifeboat drill (well, I'm sure not everyone did but for your benefit you should!). I was beat. I only chose two excursions to the islands I've never been before (Dominica, Bonaire) and both were good. I skipped the shows in the evening except a comedian and a magician/comedian. The entertainment staff were good, however, I just found it was the same rig a ma roll like on other ships, more Americanized. It would be nice to see more international flare. There was entertainment at night, whether it is a small band playing at Rendezvous Lounge before dinner, the main show in Celebrity Theater, or piano player in Michaels Club, something by the pool about 10:30, or the late nite disco. Kelby, from Cape Town, served a great martini every night. I let him choose what to make. I opted out going to the Martini Room as I'd rather sit outside. Being from Canada I get enough cold plus I don't like air conditioning and relish to sit outside all the time. Plus the aft deck 10 was never too windy to sit outside. Kelby's martinis were roughly 3 dollars cheaper since they were served in plastic glass which I didn't care. The dinner and waiters at the the Cosmopolitan restaurant were good. My dinner companions were ok (there were 3). Two of them couldn't speak English and I sadly can't speak Spanish plus it's just not that but I didn't feel any clicking. I heard one couple had a table with some single people I wished I had something like that as everyone clicked the first night. But the only thing the couple did enjoy was their dinner and wasn't fussy on the cruise itself. Can't win 'em all, eh? The buffets at the Watergrill Cafe were good. Sometimes I ate at the Aqua Cafe for breakfast with a more liter flare (fruits, different breads, cereal, yoghurt). You had to hit the Watergrill Cafe at a right time to avoid line up. But what does one expect with over 2,200 guests aboard a 91,000 ton ship. At the Watergrill Cafe, they also have Asian breakfast. One afternoon I had Vietnamese noodles, yummy!!!!!!!! To work off the food, they have excellent gym facilities in front of the ship. I made quick workout on the weights. I wanted to get outside, so I decided to walk around the ship on the top deck rather than use the trend mill. The chairs by the pool had nice cushions on. But I opted to sit elsewhere to get away from the noise (especially when music started or band playing) and found a perfect breezy spot in front of the ship. The cabin stewards were fantastic. I mentioned the safe wasn't working and he had it fixed when I came back from my quick jaunt to Old San Juan. I didn't even notice a tile loose in my shower but got a knock on the door if they could come in and fix it. I got a window cabin but never asked for it. It was nice though to wake up to light. Sadly it was time to disembark. That was done with ease. You are given a color tag to be place on your luggage plus a letter stating the time and place to meet in the morning. Bags must be out last night by 11 p.m. so make sure you have clothing needed for disembarkation next day plus DO NOT PACK passport, air tickets, medicines needed and anything other important items. I enjoyed the Celebrity cruise and I'm thinking would like to try maybe Galaxy that has a little longer cruise. 7 days is just not enough! But for me what holiday is? Read Less
Celebrity Summit Ratings
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Cabins 5.0 0.0
Dining 4.0 0.0
Entertainment 4.0 0.0
Public Rooms 4.5 0.0
Fitness Recreation 4.5 0.0
Family 4.0 0.0
Shore Excursion 4.0 0.0
Enrichment 3.5 0.0
Service 4.5 0.0
Value For Money 4.0 0.0
Rates 4.0 0.0

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