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Celebrity Solstice Review

5.0 / 5.0
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Review for Celebrity Solstice to Australia & New Zealand
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6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Nov 2018
Cabin: Royal Suite

just wanted to provide some feed back from my perspective.

The first cruise we did was on P&O and we were thrilled to be going on our first ever totally child free holiday. After having 7 children now all grown up it was so nice to be away just the two of us.

The ship was ok but the air con in the room did not work and was not fixed. It was so bad the pillow chocolates melted. It was only a 4 night cruise and we were never moved. (I felt sorry for the honeymoon couple next door who also had no air con) We were also in a cabin with no balcony. The entertainment was a bit thin and the food was ok, the ship seemed to feel every wave though and even though I was not sick I was looking for a sun lounge at the back of the ship to combat the feeling. The staff were really nice.

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Royal Suite

Stayed in Aft suite and the royal suite as well as the balcony suites .. Amazing!!! all of them

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