Celebrity Millennium Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Lovely cruise just not 5* in my opinion

Review for Asia Cruise on Celebrity Millennium
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jan 2024

We chose this cruise because having travelled extensively both by land and sea through Asia we hadn’t touched on Indonesia other than Borneo and the itinerary appealed to us.

Embarkation was quick and efficient and we were able to access our stateroom immediately. The ship was lovely and very easy to negotiate our way around it. Public areas had lots of seating and were all aesthetically pleasing. A real plus for us was that the casino was none smoking and although we don’t really gamble we do walk though it and it was great to be able to breathe freely. Shops onboard were interesting and not too expensive making it a lovely experience to shop or browse. We didn’t actually make the theatre so can’t comment on the shows. There were ample sun beds although it was evident that the Celebrity faithful managed to get the same beds in exactly the same place daily and even though the policy was that leaving the bed for more than 30 minutes would mean a crew member would remove your items this never happened. In fairness it wasn’t necessary as there was always space even if it meant not always where you would prefer. We had no such issue however some passengers voiced their frustration to us. There were never free places in the solarium until late in the day.

Our stateroom was spacious and comfortable with everything we needed including ample storage and clothes hangers. The shower was a decent size enabling us to move within it without banging against the walls and the shower gels and hair products were good quality. The hairdryer wasn’t particularly strong and didn’t have a nozzle which is always useful when trying to style your hair. Another plus were dressing gowns and slippers because having cruised with P&O in October in a balcony cabin dressing gowns were only included in suits and above.

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