Room 7195. Overall we had a great time with one exception that was addressed.
This room has an adjoining door to the room next door, and it provided no barrier to the noise next door. The two guys next door were loud when they came in late (around 1:30, and up early (5:00 - 5:30). We were getting 3-4 hours of sleep for the first 3 nights. We had brought it to both guest relations' and the concierge's attention, and both said they would message our neighbors. After the third night our concierge arranged for a transfer to a room a few doors down without an adjoining door, and we slept like babies.
I really compliment how our concierge addressed the issue, it saved the cruise for us! But I would recommend avoiding an adjoining room on the Millennium (unless of course you are with family/friends). For example, the TV is next to the door, and it literally sounded like it was our TV. Unless your neighbors are church mice, you are going to hear every word they speak.
The room was well kept and comfortable. The adjoining door is so thin that we could hear the people next door as if they were standing in our room. Unless you want an adjoining room to be with family/friends you should avoid.
Only reviewing the debarkation and walk to our transfer, which was easy.
We arrived a few days ahead of our cruise and enjoyed our time in Vancouver. We visited Victoria and Whistler on our own and would highly recommend both.
The totem poles were the highlight for us.
Good shopping options