Constellation Transatlantic: Celebrity Constellation Cruise Review by 4zpup
Overall Member Rating
As far as the ship was concerned, the food was outstanding, the service outstanding, the ship was clean, and we absolutely enjoyed Perry Grant each night after the main show. The entertainment for the most part was very good but there were a few nights where the main entertainment was filler, if you get my drift. So we More always went back to Perry Grant and we assured of a fabulous show with him as well as great music. Couple 69 danced and Joyce, as always, was there. He also had a number of other groupies and although he repeats his jokes (he yelled about Cruise Critics.com one night) he is always a hoot. We got his DVD but it does not do justice to his in person talent.
Anyway, the downside to the Constellation we thought was that the rooms are a bit dowdy. They need new carpet and the storage space is pretty minimal. Bathrooms are nice and the cabin service is excellent. We had a Ocean View with balacony but used the balcony infrequently on this cruise. Room service was excellent and very punctual. They really tried to pull out all the stops for this group of passengers as we have been on other cruises on Princess and Holland where the service was terrible. No so on this cruise. They knew they had an audience with some means and they intended to make us happy.
Another downside I thought were daily activities. There were not as many activities as we had experienced on other lines like Princess. This could have been because the pool area was too cold to use so everything had to be inside. I accidentally happend upon the Bridge Tour and that was excellent. If you can get a Bridge Tour I highly recommend it. No other cruise that I know of has allowed a Bridge Tour. We met with the Captain several times and he was very personable. I thought the stores were low on merchandise but they did have some sea day sales. The transatlantic crossing from Scotland to Iceland is not for the faint of heart. The seas were rocking and rolling and while I found that really cool, others on board were not as amused as I was. The crossing from Iceland to Canada, at times, was also a tad bumpy. There were some general updates but the info was few and far between. Also we had no CNN or other news contact via TV and the internet was really slow and quite expensive. So be prepared to be cut off from the outside world.
In any event, I would highly recommend the Constellation, she is a beautiful and fine vessel and she is going into dry dock next year, I believe for a makeover. In many public areas, however, it looked like she had had a makeover recently since that carpet looked great. Less
Cabin review: 6093
We had cabin number 6093. In general it was a fine cabin. However, I just wish it had better carpet. The carpet was well worn and looked a tad dirty. If you could ignore that, the remainder of the room was great and the location was superior since we were steps away from the entertainment floors and the elevators. Direct access to the buffet lines upstairs as well. The bathroom was in great condition, clean, and well maintained. We heard no noise from other cabins at all. Excellent views off the veranda but the life boats are directly below if that is of a concern. They did in anyway block our views, however. The PC training room was nearby for those that wish to partake of PC classes or use the internet. That was a nice convenience.
Port and Shore Excursions
Read Cruise Critic’s Celebrity Constellation Review >>
Sirena Transatlantic cruise - ...
Change is not always a good th...
Second time on Sirena
Venice to Rome, Rome to Barcel...
Great Itinerary, Lovely Ship