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Celebrity Millennium Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Some thoughts about the TransPacific Cruise

Review for Celebrity Millennium to Transpacific
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10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Apr 2019
Cabin: Aqua Class

While the overall cruise was very enjoyable, since we were with friends, we have for the first time, being Elite members, have found some issues with the food and/or the prep. This was the first time we sailed in Aqua Class, and while the smaller dining room is nice & Blu, gave us access to two menus (Blu and Main), we do not feel the extra cost of Aqua class was merited. There were some instances where the entrees lacked flavor and were overcooked. One of our travelling companions made the remark that the crepe suzettes dessert tasted like "hockey pucks."

Early on, we expressed our disappointment to Guest Relations. Subsequently the Head Chef came to our table and explained that the food comes frozen from the US. and that may alter the freshness factor and taste. Having been on numerous Celebrity cruises, Europe, Caribbean and the TransAtlantic, this was quite a unique explanation.

On a positive note, service in Blu was excellent and the wait staff were always willing to exchange any food that was not to your liking. The Blu hostess was also extremely accommodating.

Cabin Review

Aqua Class

Cabin A2

Get rid of those terrible hors d'oeuvres. How about Cheese and Crackers. Instead of a bucket of ice tea, how about free bottled water !!!

Again cabin attendant did a great job.

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