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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Hong Kong
  • Day 2
    Hong Kong
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    Manila
  • Day 5
    Boracay
  • Day 6
    Puerto Princesa
  • Day 7
    Cruising
  • Day 8
    Cruising
  • Day 9
    Da Nang
  • Day 10
    Cruising
  • Day 11
    Nha Trang
  • Day 12
    Phu My
  • Day 13
    Cruising
  • Day 14
    Singapore
  • Day 15
    Singapore

Celebrity Millennium

Celebrity Millennium - Celebrity Cruises

Pros

Beautiful, easy-to-navigate midsize ship sails enticing itineraries with a knowledgeable, happy crew

Cons

Staterooms could use a refresh; they lack modern features like USB ports near the bed

Bottom Line

Terrific value aboard a pretty ship with excellent free and for-fee dining venues


Cruise Reviews

6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
We departed out of Vancouver. Embarkation was fast and smooth. We were on the ship within 30 minutes of the line opening. Once onboard were we able to explore the ship before our 11:30am concierge lunch in MDR. Overall the ship was ... Read More
We departed out of Vancouver. Embarkation was fast and smooth. We were on the ship within 30 minutes of the line opening. Once onboard were we able to explore the ship before our 11:30am concierge lunch in MDR. Overall the ship was clean and we loved the recent renovations that were done in dry dock. The crew were constantly cleaning throughout the entire cruise. We tried 2 of the specialty dining locations. Tuscan Grill was exceptional. Everything we ordered was delicious and the service was fantastic. We did not enjoy Qsine. The food was odd and the servers left me feeling stalked during service. The main dining room food and service was good. Most days we had breakfast in our stateroom which made for a perfect start to the day The cafe onboard was my favorite little spot. The servers there remembered us and our order. We also had a great time at the Martini Bar. I did get a hot stone massage onboard. I loved it and would recommend the service. Some would say the prices are high but it is a cruise so indulge a little. Some other parts of the cruise we enjoyed were the art gallery/art auctions, a few of the shows, bingo, trivia and the live music. The staff for the onboard shops were fantastic. We did have excursions booked each day we went in port. Ketchikan - Wilderness Exploration cruise and crab feast. The crab was delicious. We saw tons of wildlife on the cruise portion. Icy Strait Point - private whale watching tour with “Hoonah Whaling Tours”. Perfect time. I can’t say enough positive things about this little family owned business. Juneau - Dog Mushing camp was one of our favorites. We also did gold panning and salmon bake. These excursions did not disappoint. Skagway - 6.5 hour excursion to Kroschel Wildlife Center in Haines, Alaska. 4 hours of this was travel to and from location. The wildlife center was fantastic and we really enjoyed meeting all the animals and the staff at the center. Zimba our tour bus operator made our day with his personal journey story. After the cruise we did the Denali land tour. Be warned as we were not given clear information until the morning of disembarkation of the full day bus ride from Seward to Denali. Then the following day you are back on a bus for a day with a short train ride. We hope they change this for future tours to have more travel on the train instead of bus. Saving grace was the beautiful scenery. Overall we were not disappointed with our first cruise and would definitely sail with Celebrity again. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2019
We’d been led to believe Celebrity was a premiere cruise line and chose this Alaska trip with a great itinerary to get a feel for the cruise line. The Good Things: lovely balcony cabin with very nice shower room. Comfortable bed. ... Read More
We’d been led to believe Celebrity was a premiere cruise line and chose this Alaska trip with a great itinerary to get a feel for the cruise line. The Good Things: lovely balcony cabin with very nice shower room. Comfortable bed. Great room steward. Some very good external entertainment. Good CLA staff. Food in main dining room was very good and also in Oceanview Cafe. Tuscan Grill was excellent. The Not So Good Things: Service I’m the MDR. First night it took a while for our waiter to arrive and he seemed harassed and didn’t introduce himself or talk about the menu. It also took the wine waiter 40 minutes to get to our table. Second night they tried harder and wine service was good but our waiter never smiled and seemed in a huge rush each time. We only went once more to the MDR and when our hot starters were served cold it took over 20 minutes to get replacements. We were also constantly interrupted by assistant waiters asking if everything was ok. Although the food was great in the buffet we felt there were not enough staff clearing tables. We always seemed to be surrounded by tables which needed clearing and cleaning. The Cafe al Bacio was good but kept running out of supplies. We also felt there should have been more signage around the ship and more rubbish bins. Overall we didn’t think the difference between our usual cruise line, RCI, and Celebrity was particularly marked. It would probably only be an interesting itinerary that would make us choose Celebrity again. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
My husband and I cruised Celebrity over 20 years ago and we wanted to cruise Alaska. We chose Celebrity and the Millennium for the one-way itinerary and the long stays in particular Ports. This decision really paid off for our ... Read More
My husband and I cruised Celebrity over 20 years ago and we wanted to cruise Alaska. We chose Celebrity and the Millennium for the one-way itinerary and the long stays in particular Ports. This decision really paid off for our excursions. We live in Seattle and took Amtrak to Vancouver the day before the cruise. Our stay was at The Wedgwood Hotel and it was lovely. We had high tea at The Fairmont on the day of arrival and dinner in Bacchus , The Wedgwood's restaurant, it was amazing. The day of embarkation we chose to have lunch at the hotel and embark around 1:30. I feel that was a good choice as our lunch at The Wedgwood was peaceful and delicious. The Millennium's new decor is lovely and fits both our tastes well. All of the staff we encountered were friendly and efficient outside of customer relations, they did not seem engaged. Our room steward, Natasha, was especially outstanding. The food was a pleasant surprise. I had read negative reviews and was concerned but we found most all of the food in the main dining room quite good. We were assigned a nice table for two at the window. Per the cruise critic suggestions we always asked our server for recommendations and this worked well for all nights except one. I cannot speak to the specialty restaurants as we did not eat there. The wine sommelier was excellent and really provided some amazing wines to accompany our dinners. We do not like buffets so avoided that hectic experience. Walking through the buffet we noticed huge amounts of food being wasted and that is just a shame. Our excursion in Ketchikan was booked on our own for the crab feast at George Inlet. At Juneau we took the excursion to Tracy Arm/ Sawyer Glacier with Adventure Bound. It was a long day but no one should miss this. We saw two glaciers and seals, bears at the shore and calving, we got very close to the glaciers. Icy Strait Point whale watch was booked with Hoonah Whale Tours with only six people to our very small boat. We saw amazing breaching and bubble net feeding. Skagway was the train and we booked this through the ship as the price was the same. We finished our cruise with a Kenai Fjords tour with Major Marine tours followed by the train to Anchorage. We booked our tickets with Major Marine tours on our own and noticed that the cruise bookings were sat in the middle of the boat and we were sat at the window with their assigned seating. I highly recommend this one-way cruise with Millennium. Read Less
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