Celebrity Solstice Review

4.5 / 5.0
2,237 reviews

A sea of mediocrity

Review for Alaska Cruise on Celebrity Solstice
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Long Beach Mate
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Sep 2022

Boring, there just wasn't enough to do on board for someone who is active; It felt like we had checked into as assisted living community. While the staff were lovely, efficient and helpful the ship was tired and the food was incredibly average. We ate in the specialty restaurants Le Petite Chef, Tuscan Grill and Murano and only the Tuscan Grill was worth the extra cost. The main dining room was better than the cafe which was absolutely awful; most notable were the desserts which were the worst and bizarre items I've ever seen offered. (Maybe they should just make a good chocolate cake.) In the gym many of the cardio machines were inoperable and the layout of equipment was poor. There were some good shows in the theater (Broadway Review) and some real sad ones like the magic show. We arrived so late in Victoria (5:30pm) it was hard to appreciate it, perhaps they should rethink the route.

Cabin Review

The cabin while clean felt dated, only two working plugs and they were no where near the nightstands. The tv should articulate toward the bed. The lights on each side of the bed should dim. Our deck furniture was worn.

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