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Miami Celebrity Constellation Cruise Reviews

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Celebrity Eclipse

Review for Celebrity Constellation to Caribbean - All

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Gem Lover
First Time Cruiser

I love cruising and have gone on Princess,& Royal Caribbean, but Celebrity is my favorite. Celebrity offers a higher level of service. The crew was friendly and seemed happy to be working for the company. We had a balcony cabin on deck 9. Our room steward, Yogi and his assistant were excellent. Our cabin was immaculate and whenever we requested something, it was done and we never had to ask ...
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Sail Date: March 2016

Cabin Type: Concierge Class 2


Celebrity; Never Again

Review for Celebrity Constellation to Caribbean - Western

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Stuartfl
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

From the moment we boarded we knew there would be trouble, spring breakers running around drinking in the pools and causing disturbances all around. We went to our Aqua Class cabin and it was not clean at all, stains on the couch, dirt on the floor, a musty odor and the balcony was not cleaned from the previous guests. We called guest services asked for the supervisor because we wanted to get off ...
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Sail Date: March 2015

Cabin Type: Aqua Class Balcony


Romantic Pampering

Review for Celebrity Constellation to Transatlantic

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PedroPedro
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

Working and raising a family kept us from cruising for over thirty years. Finally retired, and we've already cruised twice this year, hopefully more to come! Here's a comparison of the first two pleasure filled journeys, seen through our inexperienced eyes: MSC Poesia -- January 19th from Fort Lauderdale, a seven night western Caribbean cruise. We invited along our ten amazing grandchildren ...
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Sail Date: May 2013

Cabin Type: Celebrity Suite


PRETTY GOOD CRUISE EXPERIENCE

Review for Celebrity Constellation to Transatlantic

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Annalise
10+ Cruises

Since Crystal has changed its policies and its service has diminished, we decided to try other cruiselines. We prefer transatlantic because we like the relaxing days at sea, so we opted for Celebrity. We were not disappointed. EMBARKATION: As easy as its gets if you print out boarding passes on computer. We just showed all the necessary documentation and within 15 minutes, we were ascending the ...
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Sail Date: May 2013


Back-to-Back and Loving It!!!

Review for Celebrity Constellation to Transatlantic

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mompoole
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Often times I wonder if we are traveling with the same folks. We love this ship, yet other travelers have only ugly remarks. Cruising is often very subjective. What pleases us does not please others. Perhaps our standards are not so high. I think of it this way: When I am at home, how's the cooking? Who's making my bed? Cleaning the bathroom? Forget it!!! So, that being said, let me tell you about ...
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Sail Date: May 2013


Advice for Foodies

Review for Celebrity Constellation to Transatlantic

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global wanderer
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

This was our first Transatlantic, and our first Celebrity. Overall, I would say it is a notch below Oceania, but one up on HAL and two on Princess. FOOD Food is important to us, so the following comments would not apply to those who enjoy a "pile it high burger dinner". The main dining room - very disappointing. Very low food quality, which excellent service could not compensate for. As ...
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Sail Date: May 2013


Not up to Celebrity Standards

Review for Celebrity Constellation to Caribbean - Western

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drcollie
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

After cruising with Celebrity on the Equinox in the Mediterranean last August, we decided to use them again as we had a great time on that ship. The Constellation is not the Equinox, however. You can see the age of the ship everywhere, with rust stains from the pools to the all parts of the exterior, and the missing varnish on most the exterior woodwork as well as the un-appealing soiled deck ...
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Sail Date: April 2013


First time cruiser not sure what to make of it

Review for Celebrity Constellation to Caribbean - Western

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trolleys
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

Before going on the special Top Chef cruise we read the reviews here to get an idea of what to expect. Almost everything was different on this cruise from what we had expected. It was my first cruise and her second. It's very likely that no other Celebrity cruise will be like this, so this is probably a one-off. I'll relate the stuff we liked and didn't like about the ...
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Sail Date: April 2013

Cabin Type: Deluxe Ocean View with Balcony 2A


Lured by the Top Chef Theme; Disappointed by the Service

Review for Celebrity Constellation to Mexican Riviera

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ccmcc
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

We are unseasoned at cruising, so consider these comments with that perspective. Our previous cruise experience was limited to a 50-passenger trip though the Greek isles on the Sea Cloud -- a wholly different experience than that offered by a "traditional ocean liner." But we had been looking for the right opportunity to dip our toes in the water of large passenger ship cruising, and the Top Chef ...
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Sail Date: April 2013


Strictly for the geriatric

Review for Celebrity Constellation to Caribbean - Western

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POPDISPLAY
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

Had a pleasant enough cruise. Embarkation took less than 10 minutes. The "suite" was no more than a standard balcony room with 40 extra square feet and a bath tub. Tall cruisers beware- the tubs are elevated such that a 6ft person will be within an inch or 2 of the ceiling. I had to duck down low to get my head under the shower. Further, stepping down to the main bathroom floor, from the tub, is a ...
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Sail Date: April 2013

Cabin Type: Sky Suite 2


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