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Celebrity Millennium Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1669 reviews
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Millennium - Eastern Mediterranean

Review for Celebrity Millennium to the Eastern Mediterranean
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ian moody
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Sail Date: Oct 2004

I am just back from my first cruise with Celebrity Cruises on the Millennium for 2 weeks in the Med., here is my review of the cruise...

Myself and two friends, early, mid and late 20s joined Millennium in Barcelona on 24/10 after flying into the city on 23rd and staying at the Grand Marina hotel. (Really loved the hotel and was within sight of the cruise ship berth. We arrived at the terminal at 11:30 a.m. and joined a very short queue to check in. Within ten minutes we were issued with our sea pass card, which was account, ID and door key. We then boarded the ship. We were greeted in the atrium with a glass of champagne and escorted to our cabin, Sky Suite 6101. Our suite was all ready and very impressive. Shortly after our butler, Arles came along to say hello. Throughout the holiday he was totally brilliant.

Now it was time to explore the ship. We were very impressed with the ship's facilities and found that a lunch buffet was already being served in the Ocean Cafe. This sure beats sitting in a waiting room to board the ship and arriving for afternoon tea.

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