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Sail Date: March 2015
Embarkation was about 5 minutes, arriving at the Port at 11:30am. Cabins were not ready till after 1 pm. Greeted with the Mimosa and many smiling faces. Had lunch at the Mast Grill, and waited for the room to be ready. Mast Grill ... Read More
Embarkation was about 5 minutes, arriving at the Port at 11:30am. Cabins were not ready till after 1 pm. Greeted with the Mimosa and many smiling faces. Had lunch at the Mast Grill, and waited for the room to be ready. Mast Grill has excellent hamburgers and fries and was my choice for lunch for most of my cruise. Sky Suite 2150 all the way AFT on the 12th Deck, pool Deck... Amazing amount of drawer and closet space. Small bathroom with a tub with a high step over! Waterfall Shower. Balcony, 2 reclining chairs(not lounges) private and it got decent sun. Soot twice, but cleaned quickly. Butler was good, but if you utilize one read the list of things he does, because he will not offer that information. High tea brought to the room was nice, and the breakfast on the balcony was lovely. Food: So much better than my cruise on the Reflection 2 years ago. Luminae Diningroom for Suites only, was not live yet, and had the same menu as the MDR, but it was great! The Diningroom itself is lovely, elegant, relaxing and the service I had was impeccable! Mast Grill : Good Hamburgers and Fries Ocean view Cafe: Decent food overall... Spa Cafe : great place for healthy food. Bistro on 5 now $10.00 charge and the menu change very disappointing! Room Service: biggest disappointment of all, very limited menu and now better items cost $$ Entertainment: really good shows, very diverse entertainment, CD Richard Spacey good! Noticed serious cutback from 8-9 Activity Staff to 3-4... Activities were fun, and Officers got involved with some of the activities. I was never bored! I did miss the lectures they have had in the past though. I would definitely cruise on the Silhouette again without hesitation! Read Less
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Sail Date: March 2015
My family of 5 (parents and 3 kids ages 28, 25, 22) went on the Celebrity Summit and are all huge fans of cruises. We each have gone on over 20 cruises and this was one of the best experiences we had. We stayed in the family suite, room ... Read More
My family of 5 (parents and 3 kids ages 28, 25, 22) went on the Celebrity Summit and are all huge fans of cruises. We each have gone on over 20 cruises and this was one of the best experiences we had. We stayed in the family suite, room 8181, which is probably intended for parents and 3 children, but we made do just fine! There was plenty of room for storage and the balcony is to die for! Plus it's a great location to get anywhere on the ship. The food was excellent, the ports were great (as always in the Caribbean), the shows and entertainment were phenomenal (especially the dancers - what talent and hard work!), but the best part was the staff! The Captain's Club lounge every night had the best waitstaff and staff that made our vacation wonderful. They got us involved in the many fun game shows and activities and made memories for a lifetime! Our cruise director and his staff were a blast and extremely entertaining 24/7 - I don't know how they all keep going with their energy and enthusiasm! Some of the best activities we did were the trivia games, Dancing with the Stripes, theme parties, Top Chef at Sea, the galley tour, backstage tour with the singers and dancers (they were wonderful1) and The Newlywed not so newlywed game show. Most evenings we ate in the main dining room for late seating. It did get very late to eat though and the buffet was just as good for dinner. None of us ate at the specialty dining restaurants, but heard positive reviews on them. The gym is smaller than on most ships, and no outside access from it which was a bit frustrating. Although it was never very crowded! We for sure will continue sailing with Celebrity in the future, and can only hope for such a great experience again! Read Less
Sail Date: March 2015
We are long-time Celebrity cruisers, and we know what we like about the line. The most outstanding thing to us about Celebrity is that they set a high bar for performance, and they always deliver. Not that they are always perfect - they ... Read More
We are long-time Celebrity cruisers, and we know what we like about the line. The most outstanding thing to us about Celebrity is that they set a high bar for performance, and they always deliver. Not that they are always perfect - they are human. But when something goes wrong, they move heaven and earth to make it right. We had a couple of minor problems on our last cruise (back to back Constellation in January), but the responsible folks took steps to right the situation, and constantly checked back with us to ensure that we were happy. THAT'S customer service. On this Silhouette cruise, every jot and tittle was perfect to the nth degree. Boarding was rapid and pain-free. The days at sea were relaxing. Even the weather cooperated! This cruise was so wonderful, we even recall the names and duties of so many with whom we interacted. The cruise had many high points, but perhaps the best was the constant variety of really fine music. The jazz group "Blue Velvet" not only had a huge repertoire, they were extremely talented musicians - and their vocalist really could knock out the tunes! They had an acoustic guitarist named Bear Stevens who knew lots of songs of many varieties, and could present many different genres in his own fine style. Very romantic for after dinner. Jeff and his orchestra were also super - very together, and clearly loved their work. Theater musical tributes included the 4 Seasons, Jeff Hughes as Elton John - SUPER job and he did several other gigs as well, and a Motown tribute band 3 guys who had those great old tunes spot on. There was a dude named Steelon who played a single steel pan and made it sound like the 150 person Peoples Revolutionary Steel Band (of the unlamented Peoples Socialist Republic of Granada). The ongoing star of the Eclipse musical firmament is, of course, the redoubtable Perry Grant. Perry has been wowing passengers for years with his wonderful instrumental and vocal talents, mixed with a slightly racy line of patter that keeps everybody laughing. As the reader can tell, good music is one of our favorite parts of any cruise, and this one met - nay, surpassed our fondest hopes! The Cruise Activities Staff - Sam and Maarten - were really good. They represent the cruise line the way any company would wish for its employees with maximum public interaction. To cite a trivial matter, they ran the Trivia games with a firm but friendly hand, resolving disputes in a way that left people smiling. Unfortunately for Celebrity, Sam is leaving for the bliss of wedded domesticity. While we wish her well, she will be missed by passengers and crew alike. Our stateroom attendant Julio and his assistant Rakesh were as good as we have ever had on Celebrity, as were our waiter Maynor and his helper Israel. This is not a light compliment - the best of the best is what we are saying! Indeed, this applies to all on the ship, from Vinay - the bartender in the Sky Lounge, to the many servers like Milka, Shomara, and Carlos. The less noticed among the crew - like cleaners and those with rest room duty - were always cheerful and smiling, with a good word. This is a happy ship! The food is well prepared and tasty. It is the same 14 day menu as it always is in the main dining room. Fortunately, there is enough variety to keep even the most frequent Celebrity cruiser happy. The specialty restaurants are all a cut above what we have seen when we have made the mistake of cruising ob other lines. Our favorite is Qsine - the small offerings are so unique and prepared with such care that we return time after time. That sums up why we return to Celebrity time after time - care, attention to detail, and the feeling that one is a unique and beloved family member returning home from time away. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2015
This was my third Celebrity Cruise so I knew what to expect. But the Eclipse exceeded our expectations again! I don't know how they will top this cruise on my next Celebrity cruise! The 2015 ratings are absolutely justified. It has ... Read More
This was my third Celebrity Cruise so I knew what to expect. But the Eclipse exceeded our expectations again! I don't know how they will top this cruise on my next Celebrity cruise! The 2015 ratings are absolutely justified. It has all been said re the ship, cabins, food, public spaces, shore excursions. This time we splurged on a junior suite as we were celebrating our 10th anniversary of our relationship on this wonderful ship. Dominic, our butler, was fantastic. The junior suite, called a Sky Suite, was at the back of the ship on the sixth deck was not a crazy amount more than a regular stateroom with a balcony. We enjoyed an oversized balcony with a good sized table for wonderful breakfasts served by Dominic. It was heaven. Being at the back of the ship was beneficial for seeing the beauty of the Carribbean, especially when going in and coming out of the ports of the beautiful islands. I enjoyed the glass-blowing demos on the 14th deck, the spa and the incredible beauty of the centre staircase and lobby. All of the shore excursions were good and I particularly enjoyed the American Cup Regatta. Also, it was great fun to ride a horse on the beaches and go into the water on horseback. While I am not new to cruises, this has been my best experience so far and it will be hard to beat. I will remember it for the rest of my life with fond memories. Celebrity really knows how to do it right and it is no wonder they get so many awards. Read Less
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