Celebrity Constellation Review

4.5 / 5.0
1,831 reviews

Good cruise but not up to Celebrity standards.

Review for the Western Caribbean Cruise on Celebrity Constellation
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Mr. McBeevee
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Mar 2024
Cabin: Prime Inside

This was our fourth cruise with Celebrity in the past year. We knew before leaving that the Constellation had not been Revolutionized but still had high hopes. The ship is in good shape in almost all areas. The solarium pool area has many rust spots around the pool and overhead and broken windows overhead. The aft windows in San Marco dining room were horrendous. They looked like they had not been cleaned or maintained in many months. The service in San Marco was very spotty. We were unable to get a table with anytime dining the first night. On the final night our waiter never came to the table, only the assistant waiter. The food in the buffet was average at best and very redundant. Breakfast in San Marco was excellent. Our housekeeper was phenomenal. The entertainment was the best we have had on a cruise. The cruise director and staff were great. The itinerary was great. Daniel Johnson's Hangout in Roatan was the best excursion ever. We booked directly with Daniel and saved lots of money.

Cabin Review

Prime Inside

Small but adequate. Very well maintained.

Port Reviews

Belize City

Daniel Johnson's Hideout (sloths and monkees) was the best.

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