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Celebrity Constellation Review

4.5 / 5.0
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1741 reviews
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Very nice cruise, but missing something.

Review for Celebrity Constellation to the Western Caribbean
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Tahiti Mike
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Dec 2015
Cabin: Concierge Class 1

I have many reviews on this ship before taking the cruise but there is nothing like taking it yourself for a real view. I have taken the Allure of the Seas and it is a totally different experience. the Allure is like a shopping mall and fun park. The Constellation is more older couples that just want to hang out in the little lounges and have a quite evening. Getting the baggage to the room was a disgrace. They had one poor little guy carrying all the bags. That is being a cheapo. I guess for this it is great. Not a lot happening activity wise. The entertainment was good by the ships cast. They had a magician one night was had good illusions but he thought he was a comedian and sounded like a dumb high school kid whenever he talked.

The food was great in the buffet during lunch. Dinner was another story. They waited till the food was gone and then took forever to replace it instead of anticipating before it is all gone.

The rooms to me were better than the Allure. Slightly bigger and definitely more storage room for clothes. Drawers. In the Allure, we had to put the suitcases on the couch. The TV had a great selection of channels and the bed was very comfortable.

Cabin Review

Concierge Class 1

Cabin C1

We had a balcony Concierge room and it was great. Our room was bigger than the Allure. Lots of storage space. Very clean and modern. No problems at all. Balcony was large. One of the best staterooms I have had. The cabin attendant was very nice but nothing compared to the lady we had on the Allure. Just seemed like an average cruise in an average class. Not bad but not something to be remembered.

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