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Celebrity Millennium Review

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You can't beat the service!

Review for Celebrity Millennium to Alaska
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jlatels
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Aug 2019
Cabin: Sky Suite 2
Traveled with children

My husband and I previously cruised to Bermuda and Alaska, and had such a horrible experience the second time (on Norwegian) that we didn't do it again for 15 years. I'm glad we have it another shot, because the Celebrity Millennium was wonderful, especially post-revolution.

We stayed in the Sky Suite and the service was impeccable. Ramir, our butler, Elvie, our stateroom attendant, and everyone at Luminae and the Retreat Lounges were always there with a smile.

My child loved the Camp and begged to go there every chance he got. The nightly entertainment was okay, save for the one Russian acrobatic team which was really spectacular. The service at Luminae was amazing, and the good was very good but nothing memorable stuck out. We had our sommelier choose wines for us every night and he did a marvelous job.

Cabin Review

Sky Suite 2

Cabin S2

The room itself was beautiful post-revolution. My only two complaints about it were that 1) the right side of the curtain came slightly off the top, which I was surprised to see after a renovation but it didn't affect the light in the room and only the aesthetics. 2) I thought that the showers had been replaced with glass doors but ours only had a curtain, no biggie. The design of the bathroom was slightly weird in that the bath products were behind the door instead of in the shower, and the toilet paper was under the sink so that you had to lean across to get toilet paper. No deal breakers but just things I didn't expect after a renovation.

The view was slightly obstructed by the lifeboats, but I think I preferred staying in between two floors of staterooms for the quite factor.

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