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Celebrity Millennium Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Relaxing getaway on the Millennium

Review for Celebrity Millennium to the Eastern Caribbean
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Buttercup229
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Oct 2011
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Traveled with children

This was a last minute girls trip with my best friend and her 12 year old daughter. I cruise once a year with my Husband and my friend and her Husband and 2 children cruise about 2-3 times per year on many cruise lines.

We had a nice relaxing time. Celebrity "Millennium" is a little more upscale compared to Royal Caribbean although they are the same parent company. The ship was very pretty. Like a nice modern, boutique hotel. Not a lot of

decorative tile, sparkles, etc. A lot of quite dark, lounge type areas, soft live music.

Cabin Review

Cabin 03

3026 was a perfect cabin for a single person traveling alone. Plenty of closet and storage space. As usual the shower curtain smelled like a cruise ship shower curtain. The remote control in my room never worked properly and there was dust under the TV. Overall, it was completely fine for 4 nights.

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