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This was our first time on Celebrity Summit. We had been on Carnival and Royal Caribbean previously. Four of us shared a Celebrity Suite room 6104 . This was our second time getting a suite and once you do it, it is hard to go back to a regular room. From the moment we got on the ship, we were treated royally. We got priority embarkation and were escorted through the process then up to the Retreat Lounge(for suite guests). They had small bites and an assortment of beverages. When are room was ready, they escorted us up to it. We went to several of the shows, a magician, comic and Paul McCartney live - tribute band. They were all really good. We also went to a movie on deck one night which was fun. Oceanview Cafe - was very good. Nice assortment of food. The pizza is all the way in the back and took a couple days to figure out where it was. It was okay - not great. The Grill outside - we enjoyed burgers and fries several days - good. Al Bracio(spelll) is on the 5th floor mid ship and is a specialty coffee shop with desserts. The coffees are an additional charge but the deserts are free. We went every day after dinner and got a specialty desert. They were delicious. My husband one day got gelato across from Al Bracio and he said it was very good. It was $4 for two scoops. We ate every night in the Luminae - we can eat from their menu or pull from the main dining room menu. The Luminae menu is more gourmet. Some of the items were not to our liking and others were. I am a vegetarian and had some trouble eating there some nights. Our server each night was Eliza and she was wonderful. We also had Ashad who was also great. After the first day, we had breakfast there which was also amazing. They have great pancakes, crepes and waffles with compotes. We had breakfast once in our room which was fun but it wasn't quite warm enough. Most days we had to eat lunch off the ship. St. Thomas - we only went in for a short while to do a little shopping and then went back to the ship. We had been to St. Thomas three other times and we decided that we wanted to spend the day on the ship. From what we saw, they were still recovering. St. Kitts - we went to Carambola Beach by Taxi - spent 4 hours there. Had to pay for chairs and umbrellas. We had reserved them in advance. The beach is lovely and there is some additional water sports there if your are interested. They have a bar and a restaurant. No one ever cam out and offered us a drink, we went up to the bar and got them. We had lunch their, pizza and burgers which was good. Our taxis driver came back at an assigned time and he took us for a tour around the island which we really enjoyed. We came back and did a little shopping by the ship. Antigua - we went on a ship excursion for the day. This was our least favorite day. It was the Scenic Antigua and Beach tour. We started with a trip to Shirley's Height which is some of the most scenic views I have ever seen. Then we went to the Dockyard. We actually went in and sat at a restaurant and waited( several of us have some walking problems and this was easier). I hear people enjoyed the tour through the dockyard. Last thing was 90 minutes spent at a beach. There are so many nice beaches we could have gone to, this wasn't one of them. It was Fort something. The actual beach - sand and water was beautiful but the equipment was warn down and so were the buildings with it. There were vendors which were a little annoying. I think the tour vendor had a connection to the lady who ran this beach resort... The island has natural beauty but it has many areas of run down houses. I wouldn't go back here. St. Lucia. - our first visit here and right now our favorite island. We had a wonderful day spent at the Rendezevous Resort ($105) per person. For that amount it is all you can eat and drink. The buildings, pools and beach are breathtaking. Lush and green. We sat at the pool and had great service. They had a little lazy river, which wasn't to much of a lazy river but it was beautiful. They have a buffet which was very delicious. It had a nice assortment of food and it was all you could eat. We didn't stay there long enough, unfortunately because we wanted to take a small tour and do some shopping. The taxi driver took us to places where we were inundated to aggressive vendors. We went back and they had a nice assortment of shops. Would highly recommend the Rendezevous. Barbados - this previously had been my favorite island but not any more. It was extremely crowded ( four cruise ships at port) It felt like I was a cow in a herd. We went to Harbor LIghts beach which was very nice. They had good accomodations, nice restaurant, bar. The beach was nice and there was all kinds of water sports going on. The drive through town to the beach, the downtown building infrastructure did not look well kept up. We shopped by port - quite a few shops. We had access to the Retreat deck on the 12th floor. It was very nice. Cabanas and comfy lounges. Hot tub but no pool. The attendants were very helpful. Alexandra was awesome. Drinks and food were there. They would bring you treats every so often. One time they brought us fruit kabobs. In the afternoon, they brought us ice cream and Rose" . I would definitely go on Summit again, next time I think I would go up to a Royal Suite. Disembarkation was as smooth as embarkation.

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Celebrity Summit Cruise Review by AnneMDe

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This was our first time on Celebrity Summit. We had been on Carnival and Royal Caribbean previously. Four of us shared a Celebrity Suite room 6104 . This was our second time getting a suite and once you do it, it is hard to go back to a regular room.

From the moment we got on the ship, we were treated royally. We got priority embarkation and were escorted through the process then up to the Retreat Lounge(for suite guests). They had small bites and an assortment of beverages. When are room was ready, they escorted us up to it.

We went to several of the shows, a magician, comic and Paul McCartney live - tribute band. They were all really good. We also went to a movie on deck one night which was fun.

Oceanview Cafe - was very good. Nice assortment of food. The pizza is all the way in the back and took a couple days to figure out where it was. It was okay - not great.

The Grill outside - we enjoyed burgers and fries several days - good.

Al Bracio(spelll) is on the 5th floor mid ship and is a specialty coffee shop with desserts.

The coffees are an additional charge but the deserts are free. We went every day after dinner and got a specialty desert. They were delicious.

My husband one day got gelato across from Al Bracio and he said it was very good. It was $4 for two scoops.

We ate every night in the Luminae - we can eat from their menu or pull from the main dining room menu. The Luminae menu is more gourmet. Some of the items were not to our liking and others were. I am a vegetarian and had some trouble eating there some nights. Our server each night was Eliza and she was wonderful. We also had Ashad who was also great. After the first day, we had breakfast there which was also amazing. They have great pancakes, crepes and waffles with compotes. We had breakfast once in our room which was fun but it wasn't quite warm enough. Most days we had to eat lunch off the ship.

St. Thomas - we only went in for a short while to do a little shopping and then went back to the ship. We had been to St. Thomas three other times and we decided that we wanted to spend the day on the ship. From what we saw, they were still recovering.

St. Kitts - we went to Carambola Beach by Taxi - spent 4 hours there. Had to pay for chairs and umbrellas. We had reserved them in advance. The beach is lovely and there is some additional water sports there if your are interested. They have a bar and a restaurant. No one ever cam out and offered us a drink, we went up to the bar and got them. We had lunch their, pizza and burgers which was good. Our taxis driver came back at an assigned time and he took us for a tour around the island which we really enjoyed. We came back and did a little shopping by the ship.

Antigua - we went on a ship excursion for the day. This was our least favorite day. It was the Scenic Antigua and Beach tour. We started with a trip to Shirley's Height which is some of the most scenic views I have ever seen. Then we went to the Dockyard. We actually went in and sat at a restaurant and waited( several of us have some walking problems and this was easier). I hear people enjoyed the tour through the dockyard.

Last thing was 90 minutes spent at a beach. There are so many nice beaches we could have gone to, this wasn't one of them. It was Fort something. The actual beach - sand and water was beautiful but the equipment was warn down and so were the buildings with it. There were vendors which were a little annoying. I think the tour vendor had a connection to the lady who ran this beach resort... The island has natural beauty but it has many areas of run down houses. I wouldn't go back here.

St. Lucia. - our first visit here and right now our favorite island. We had a wonderful day spent at the Rendezevous Resort ($105) per person. For that amount it is all you can eat and drink. The buildings, pools and beach are breathtaking. Lush and green. We sat at the pool and had great service. They had a little lazy river, which wasn't to much of a lazy river but it was beautiful. They have a buffet which was very delicious. It had a nice assortment of food and it was all you could eat. We didn't stay there long enough, unfortunately because we wanted to take a small tour and do some shopping. The taxi driver took us to places where we were inundated to aggressive vendors. We went back and they had a nice assortment of shops. Would highly recommend the Rendezevous.

Barbados - this previously had been my favorite island but not any more. It was extremely crowded ( four cruise ships at port) It felt like I was a cow in a herd.

We went to Harbor LIghts beach which was very nice. They had good accomodations, nice restaurant, bar. The beach was nice and there was all kinds of water sports going on. The drive through town to the beach, the downtown building infrastructure did not look well kept up. We shopped by port - quite a few shops.

We had access to the Retreat deck on the 12th floor. It was very nice. Cabanas and comfy lounges. Hot tub but no pool. The attendants were very helpful. Alexandra was awesome. Drinks and food were there. They would bring you treats every so often.

One time they brought us fruit kabobs. In the afternoon, they brought us ice cream and Rose" .

I would definitely go on Summit again, next time I think I would go up to a Royal Suite.

Disembarkation was as smooth as embarkation.
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Celebrity Suite
Cabin CS 6104
The room was beautiful. It was listed as for up to 4 people. It was a little small for the 4 of us. Two of us slept in one room and the other two in a roll out couch in the living room. The couch is actually only full size. They brought in a cot. This had to stay in the room and folded up every morning which was a little unsightly. The bathroom is in the bedroom so it made the people sleeping in the living room have to come in and out. It had a table for 4, a desk, a couch and a chair. There was a fridge, safe and when we arrived a bottle of champagne on ice.

The room service (Heffi) was perfect. Our room was well attended. Our butler was Carlos and he was very nice and as helpful as possible but it seemed he was spread a little thin. Luckily we didn't have any big difficulties.
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