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Celebrity Millennium Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Luxury on the Millenium - Think Not

Review for Celebrity Millennium to Hawaii
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First Time Cruiser • Age 20s

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Sail Date: Apr 2009
Cabin: Inside Stateroom 10

Overall:This was our 16th cruise on a major Cruise Line.  First for the good stuff:   The Ports of Call were excellent. The not so good:  During the second leg of our Sydney to Honolulu cruise we were forced to change cabins and loose half our day in Auckland. We actually believe the staff in Sydney that we would have one statement for the entire cruise to Honolulu.  The ship Millennium is definitely showing her age with worn carpets and furniture in the staterooms and the mirrors in the bath turning black around the edges.  The Food was mediocre in the main dining room with less than mediocre service provided by our waiter and his assistant.  The food at the 10th deck buffet was awful.  The onboard entertainment was marginal at best, and an exact repeat of the previous 14 days.  The shore excursions were usurious, at least 4 times the same tours purchased on land. 

Embarkation:This was the second leg of a 28 day cruise.

Public RoomsNothing special one way or the other.  Showing their age.

Cabin Review

Inside Stateroom 10

Cabin 10

Old worn cabin, with crew noise

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