This is my fourth Celebrity Cruise and my first on the M-class. The ship’s renovation gave the entire ship a fresh look. Cabin bathrooms have been redesigned and seem roomier. The drawers in the cabin are larger for more practical clothes storage. Although the desk area was smaller, there was more countertop space above the drawers and near the closet. The only criticism is that a small table is needed in front of the chair. The full size sofa is replaced with a wide chair. The beds and new mattresses were comfortable. I really like the new store/shopping arrangement, although nearly all the stores are “high end.” I think the new arrangement of food stations in the Oceanview Cafe is awkward, as the kitchen is now in the center of the room and one has to walk around it to get from one side to the other to find all the stations. I found the ice cream station 2 days before the end of the 14 day cruise. The crew service was the best I’ve ever had on any cruise. The crew seemed happy, always had a smile to share, was willing to help and our cabin steward Naresh in Aqua class was outstanding! The food on Blu was very good and the QSine menu and food were excellent! We had some excellent entertainment. The enrichment activities were okay, although we did have some interesting Behind the Podium speakers for those interested in foods, science and sea life, or Buddhism. Overall, I look forward to sailing on the Millennium again.
The revolutionized cabin has a fresh look. The new bathroom arrangement seems roomier. I did miss not having a coffee table or other small table in the cabin, and I missed having a sofa. It has been replaced by a wider than average upholstered chair—no ottoman. The new mattresses are comfortable and drawers are larger. Blu’s Service, staff and food are excellent. Unfortunately, the location of Aqua class cabins are located under the Oceanview Cafe and pool areas on this ship. I heard carts moving from early in the morning until late at night. This cabin is a distance from the Spa area,