Chosen for winter sun. Ports uninspiring. Indian visas were a complete, and very expensive, debacle that Celebrity needs to get a grip on - their advice differed from person to person. Unusually, some of the crew were indifferent, at best, and plain rude at worst. Most crew were great but there were more than a few dissenters. 8th cruise with Celebrity and will definitely not be on a Millennium class ship again - our 3rd time on one and they are all very tired and getting shabby. Not Celebrity's finest cruise offering. Tuscan Grill was excellent every time (esp the serving staff and the Somelier). Qsine was good once and terrible twice. Getting a sunbed around the pool was a daily disaster - staff did nothing about beds being 'booked by towel' and when some people 'booked' 2 beds each. When challenged the guilty passengers merely shouted at anyone who dared touch their towel/magazine....never seen this on a Celebrity boat before. Usually the pool crew apply a strict 'use it or lose it' policy on sunbeds. Some people rose at 5am to book beds! The whole itinerary for this cruise needs review and the ship needs replaced or properly updated.
Balcony huge. Cabin equipment, furniture, bathroom/shower area, linens all tired and well worn. Cabin boy superb