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Celebrity Infinity Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1591 reviews
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Enjoyable Infinity Alaskan cruise

Review for Celebrity Infinity to Alaska
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6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: May 2015
Cabin: Deluxe Ocean View with Balcony 2B

Overall we had a wonderful time and enjoyed sailing on Infinity. The high points were the service, the ship excursions and the awesome itinerary. We had wonderful weather and I'm sure that help ensure good spirits throughout the trip. We would recommend this trip to anyone, despite my few rants below -- Details:

I had heard horror stories about embarkation in San Francisco. We arrived right around the earliest embarkation time and other than needing a bit more (or maybe a bit less) organization with the baggage, (why would you have to stand in line to drop off bags, there is only one ship!) it was smooth and efficient.

Our balcony stateroom towards the front of the ship was quiet and comfortable although the air handling in the room seemed a bit stuffy. We just opened the veranda when we we were in port.

Cabin Review

Deluxe Ocean View with Balcony 2B

Cabin 2B

The cabin upholstery needs an update but I love the Celebrity staterooms. Plenty of room for storage in the bathrooms, plenty of hangars and hooks, the balcony furniture seemed to be upgraded a bit -- they were nice, clean and comfortable.

Port Reviews

San Francisco

Had a great couple of days in San Francisco. Got a transportation pass for one day and rode the Cable Cars, buses and trollies all over. Loved the Legion of Honor (art museum). We did high style dining at Quisine (excellent -- expensive but excellent), and just walked the other districts until our feet fell off --even walked down Lombard St. We had done Muir Woods, Alcatraz and a harbor cruise prior and would recommend those activities as well. Don't miss the (free) Cable Car museum!


We rented a car and drove into the Yukon and Emerald Lake. It took about 6 hours and we saw lovely scenery, a bear, toured on the suspension bridge / nature park, had some soup in Carcross, White Pass was spectacular. Gave me an appreciation of the country. We then toured town which was very nice.


Loved the walking tour we took in Ketchican -- the Heritage center (finally, a good insight into the lives of and reasons for all of those wonderful Fist Nation crafts), out through Creek Street to the totem museum and back to town. Shipped home lots of salmon! Hope it gets here in time for my "grill party"! Oh -- we did Dolly's House and loved it. The house is as she lived there in 1914. Great collection of old things and neat surprises due to prohibition and her occupation!

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