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Celebrity Edge Review

4.5 / 5.0
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636 reviews
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An unforgettable TA

Review for Celebrity Edge to Transatlantic
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6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2019

Here is our feedback from our Celebrity Edge Aquaclass Transatlantic Nov 1 - 17th. In all honesty we had a magnificent cruise. Our AQ infinity stateroom was perfect for us and the extra space on a 15 night cruise was really appreciated. We loved the bathroom and the spacious shower (although there was some flooding on a few days, Guest Relations are aware and gave us $200FCC to say sorry). The Spa is lovely as far as it goes but unlike other new cruise ships it doesn't have a large jacuzzi/plunge pool that we were hoping to find. The salt room is a mystery still and we don't know what it is supposed to do. The float chairs are hanging in an area that folks walk through so no benefit there. The gorgeous design is great but functionally, they'll probably have to rethink this area. Some of you expressed a lot of disappointment in BLU restaurant. Our experience was the exact opposite and once again we had such good times, food and service there. We're foodies and so we know a bit about good and bad food. The only time we sent food back was because we'd tried something new to us and it wasn't to our liking - that doesn't make it bad food. As usual we made a lot of effort to engage with the servers and the Maitre'D, this meant that within 3 days we knew where we wanted to sit and who we wanted to serve us. BINGO. Our friends from USA joined us most nights and they were as thrilled with their dining experience as we were. Just to put some perspective on this, read on. We also knew some others who were in suite class and so used Luminae. After about a week we suddenly saw them leaving BLU as we had just sat down and ordered. We said hello and were told by them that the standard of food and service in Luminae was not good and they had much better meals and service in BLU. They weren't the only ones, each night thereafter and also at breakfast, suite guests were queuing for tables in BLU. Our sommelier was an absolute character, she sometimes sang Thai love songs as she poured our wine, and we're pretty sure we had some wines that were above our Classic Drink Package once or twice. Did we pay extra cash tips? Yes, we always do in the restaurants and the bars - the return on strategically handing a few $$s to the right people works wonders - don't judge us for this, each must do what they think best. If those few $$s made the difference between a wonderful experience and not, it was a few bucks well spent. Please keep any negative judgments to your self. For further context, we made a second cruise whilst in Florida on a different cruise line, no names, the experience was supposed to be a first class suite ship within a ship treat. What a mistake that was, it only confirmed that we should stick with Celebrity and Azamara, and this is what we intend to do all through 2020 and 2021. Whoopee, how lucky to have the choice eh? Happy cruising folks! :-)

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