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Celebrity Constellation Review

4.5 / 5.0
1,800 reviews

Panama Canal: Trip of a Lifetime!

Review for the Panama Canal & Central America Cruise on Celebrity Constellation
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Mar 2010

We stayed onboard the Constellation to do back-to-back cruises. The first cruise was a private charter from San Diego to Hawaii for 16 glorious days. I don't like to fly, so when I saw that the Constellation was going through the canal to Miami after our charter cruise, I asked my husband if we could go. He said, yes, and we called our local travel agent to book the second cruise. We were lucky enough to have the same cabin on both cruises, so we did not even need to pack up at the end of the first cruise. This meant we were on the ship for 29 nights.

We were a little worried that we might not like the cabin since it was only on deck 3 and right next to the Guest Relations desk and offices. If we didn't like it, we were going to be stuck there a long time. It was also our first experience with Celebrity cruise line. We needn't have worried at all. The location of the cabin turned out to be a big PLUS. It was very convenient to everything and very quiet. We never heard people out in the lobby at all, and there was not as much traffic through our corridor as we expected.

The cabin was spacious, beautifully appointed, with lots of storage space for the two of us. We had LOTS of clothes and bags since we were on a 42 day trip, including 30 cruising days. Still, we did not feel crowded in this Oceanview stateroom. The Celebrity Constellation's bathroom was also extremely nice, with a very large shower. This was a pleasant surprise. Some other cruise lines, even in balcony cabins, have much smaller bathrooms.

Cabin Review

Our cabin was 3108. It was an oceanview cabin; the first one on the starboard side from the lobby area where the guest relations desk is. We loved it. We found it to be full of storage space with a large bathroom and shower. It was quiet. We were not bothered by noises from the lobby. The only exception was on port days. Sometimes people exited or entered the ship from our side on this deck. We could hear the little electronic beep as people were swiped in. Most of the time we were not in the cabin long enough for this to be a problem. I would definitely book this room again.

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