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Celebrity Solstice Review

5.0 / 5.0
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Review for Celebrity Solstice to the Mexican Riviera
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marlowe
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2022
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My husband and I have taken similar cruises to Mexico a number of times, but this cruise was really special. One of the many reasons was that the ship was only about one third full which made our experience really wonderful.

We had a suite so our embarkation was effortless. Our suite wasn’t the biggest, but it had a good sized balcony and a nice sized living room and bedroom. The only drawback was one of the smallest, if not the smallest bathroom on a cruise ship suite we have ever had. It was so small for two people that I wonder if it wasn’t also too small for one person.

There was barely any counter space and the cramped toilet and space was frustrating. The bath and shower combo was okay, although I must say that the rain shower head was awesome. So this small bathroom was the only flaw in an otherwise nice suite. We won’t ever reserve this suite again because of that.

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Really nice suite, not the largest, but very comfortable. Nice sized balcony and a good walk-in closet. One big, big flaw was the very small bathroom. Too small even for one person with no counter space or place to put items.

The shower bath combo was okay, but the rain shower head was absolutely wonderful. Also one tiny electrical outlet that was supposed to be for shavers that I wanted to use for an electric toothbrush and water pic, but wasn’t possible.

We won’t ever reserve this type of suite again because of the bathroom.

Port Reviews

Cabo San Lucas

The only thing that we want to do on Cabo is to go to the restaurant called The Office that is right on the beach under bright blue umbrellas.

You take a small boat across the bay and get off the boat onto the sand on the shore right in front of the restaurant.

You sit with your feet in the sand and eat some of the best Mexican food ever.

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