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Celebrity Constellation Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Celebrity Constellation to New England and Canada

Review for Celebrity Constellation to Canada & New England
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First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Oct 2009
Cabin: Inside Stateroom 11

Celebrity Constellation and Seven New England and Atlantic Canadian Ports

Celebrity Constellation October 16 - October 30, 2009 New England and Atlantic Canada

Executive Summary We visited Boston, Massachusetts; Portland, Maine; Halifax, Nova Scotia; Quebec City, Quebec; Charlottetown, P.E.I.; Sydney, Nova Scotia; and Saint John, New Brunswick aboard Celebrity's Constellation. While the weather was not as nice as we had hoped, we were still very active at each port exploring the area and enjoying the local seafood. We were impressed with the ship and crew of Celebrity Constellation, and would like to return to these ports when the weather is nicer.

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Inside Stateroom 11

Cabin 11

We were in cabin 2028, an interior category 11 cabin with 170 square feet. We were located near the forward stairwell in the center of the ship, on the Continental Deck - 2. Our interior cabin on this deck was accessed from the Starboard hallway. The cabin was extremely well laid out. Lots of drawers and enough room in the closets for our clothes. The bathroom has lots of room, storage, and a shower. There is a large mirror covering the entire far wall which helps create the illusion of extra spaciousness. Our cabin also had a desk and loveseat-sized couch/hide-a-bed. Hangers and robes were provided. Hint: you can secure additional wire hangers from your cabin attendant. The desk featured a number of informational brochures including Friday's event newsletter "Celebrity Today". Being Cruise Critic members, we received an invite to the following day's gathering. Our stateroom attendant did a wonderful job throughout our cruise. Of note, we found the inside cabins really easy to sleep in. Since there is no window, the room stays dark --- making it really easy to sleep late or take a nap any time of day.

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