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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    Singapore
  • Day 2
    Singapore
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    Kota Kinabalu
  • Day 5
    Cruising
  • Day 6
    Boracay
  • Day 7
    Manila
  • Day 8
    Cruising
  • Day 9
    Hong Kong
  • Day 10
    Hong Kong
  • Day 11
    Cruising
  • Day 12
    Nha Trang
  • Day 13
    Phu My
  • Day 14
    Cruising
  • Day 15
    Singapore

Celebrity Millennium

Celebrity Millennium - Celebrity Cruises

Pros

Beautiful, easy-to-navigate midsize ship sails enticing itineraries with a knowledgeable, happy crew

Cons

Staterooms could use a refresh; they lack modern features like USB ports near the bed

Bottom Line

Terrific value aboard a pretty ship with excellent free and for-fee dining venues


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: August 2019
We chose this as we had never done a B.I. cruise. The weather was pretty good overall as we only used an umbrella once. The ship was good but the crew was great! We ate in Blu and wee very surprised at the quality of the food and the ... Read More
We chose this as we had never done a B.I. cruise. The weather was pretty good overall as we only used an umbrella once. The ship was good but the crew was great! We ate in Blu and wee very surprised at the quality of the food and the outstanding service. We have eaten in other Blu restaurants that were not nearly as good. The cabins are dreadfully small but they are functional. The overall entertainment was average. When the DJ gets more people to show than the live acts there is a problem. One nice touch was a sign in every elevator showing the disembarkation deck at every port. I have been waiting for this change for 20 years. Finally! However, some of the ports had ridiculous 2 and 3 deck slopes to get off. This was a definite weak spot for this cruise especially for handicap folks. A real challenge. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2019
We did the cruise and the land tour following the cruise. We loved the cruise...everything was top notch. We had a couple of small issues with our room, but the room steward, Sejaz quickly resolved them for us. Room was comfortable and ... Read More
We did the cruise and the land tour following the cruise. We loved the cruise...everything was top notch. We had a couple of small issues with our room, but the room steward, Sejaz quickly resolved them for us. Room was comfortable and well laid out. The food outstanding and the entertainment was great. We had a fabulous time! For excursions, we highly recommend the helicopter/2 hour glacier trek in Juneau and the whale watch excursion in Icy Strait Point. Hubbard Glacier was breathtaking. We did sign up for the Persian Garden as an additional add on since we were not staying in an Aqua class room. Unfortunately that was a little disappointing without the individual loungers in the relaxation room which is what we have had on other ships... it’s now a communal sofa/waiting area. My husband wasn’t happy with the steam room, which wasn’t hot enough for him and the hot tubs were not hot enough for him as well. In hind sight, we shouldn’t have spent the money on the Persian Garden, we didn’t use it nearly enough to justify the extra cost. The land tour was good, but wasn’t as good as the cruise... Our tour group was plagued with the flu running its way through the group and by the third day it got me and my husband. That put a bit of a damper on the tour, but even with that we had a great time. Denali and Talkeetna were the highlights of the land portion of the tour. It was the trip of a lifetime for us! Read Less
Sail Date: August 2019
We took the northernglacier cruise,cabin 2034 with window,, with stops in Icy Point, Juneau,Skagway,and Ketchikan and a 8A cruise tour that included 1 night in Anchorage and in Talkeetna and 2 nights in Denali NP. The cruise tour cost ... Read More
We took the northernglacier cruise,cabin 2034 with window,, with stops in Icy Point, Juneau,Skagway,and Ketchikan and a 8A cruise tour that included 1 night in Anchorage and in Talkeetna and 2 nights in Denali NP. The cruise tour cost more than double the cruise cost. A veranda is fairly useless as the weather typically is rainy and too cold-very low 60s. Food service was excellent but anytime dining did nt work well. We were advanced reserved for 7pm but onboard we were told on many days that was not available. Thanks to a manager from a past cruise most of the 7 pm slot at table 323 were restored. Sirlloin steak anytime optin levares muchto be desired and if you liked dessert cheesecake it was only available inthe main dining and not at Bacio. We booked 2 excursions, Icy Point whaling where we were guaranteed whales and saw humpbck and orcas, and Skagway where we again(15 years before) rode the rr. Very little in Icy Point other than shops at the terminal, townitself is 2 blocks long withnothing really to visit. In Juneau we booked M&M tours glacier express, $42 pp, RT to Mendenhall Glacier VC and walked to the glacier viewpoint, also saw bears feeding in the fenced off area by the bus drop-off. Other ports are 3-4 blocks long by 2 blocks deep with typical old time saloon and t-shirts and tanzanite galore-much more commercialized than 15 years ago. For past cruisers (11) on board entertainment can be repetitive as with the violinist and the beatles tribute group. The comedians this time around were quite good and the acrobats were excellent. Substantive programs continuet o be lacking- a scientist speaker was very dull and by the 2nd leccture played to almost an empty house/ Weather was unusually clear unlike the rainyforecst shown prior to our cruise and cruise tour. Cruisetour: Talkeetna is a quaint 3 block main street with a nice Forest Service film and exhibit anda short lake trail by the Forest Service. Hotel shuttle has limited hours so you are captive to the expensive hotel restaurants unless you want to rely on the single taxi. The beds at Talkeetna were soft and left much to be desire. Denali Park Village had motel units that were complained about by mos tof the 40 with us-we were fortunately in a cabin by the river, hoever the maid service was abysmal and the cabin was not fully cleaned for 2 days. Hotel shuttle can take you to NP Vis Center. If youdo nothing else,take the included 7-8 hour modified schoolbus Tundra Wilderness Tour witha narrated driver and viewing camera for distant animals which is not available onthe park bus which goes the length of the 92 mile road. The 12- hr Kantishna excursion which goes the fullroad was not worth it per our driver. We saw bears and caribou on an amazingly clear day (think jrain) andspecks of all sheep on the top of the mountains. Denali is not your typical NP andis really gared totheactive backcountry hiker. Wetook the moderate Mckline trailconnecting to theTripleLakesTrail to Rily campground, about 3 m RT and passing over a small suspension bridge. Fairbanks was our return flight destination. Sophie's Station Suites is a 2* hotel with 1970s decor and soft beds, and a shuttle that will bring u downtown-also take the city Red Line from the dowtnownTransit Center, free for seniors, from downtown to hotel,a free 20 minute ride. A Safeway and Fred Meyer grocery stores are a 5 minute walk-- a nice fried chicken dinner with sweet potatoe fries from Safeway. The included excrusion to the Univ Alaska Museum of the North and the hokey Disccovery3 steamboat trip were interesting. Fairbanks downtown is 4 bloks long by 2 blocks wide-vidsitthesmallcommunity museumintheco-op builiding and the NP Morris Thomshon Cultural center,and eat a few blocks up from the park at Noodles Thai and Salty.s across the streetwhich had great omellettes util 2pm and nice sandwiches. Both are far less touristed and are better than the other restaurants. Read Less
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